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please help!!!!are these sentences correct? ?

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Answer #1 | 27/12 2013 17:23
A is correct B says you eat for six hours at a time for 18 total hours, which is surely not what you mean. A yes B. yes both are correct. the irst is simple past tense; the second is past perfect, indicating completed action.
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Answer #2 | 27/12 2013 17:12
Are these correct? A. I have eaten 3 times in the last 6 hours. (Correct, 3 times over 6 hours) B. I have eaten 3 times for 6 hours. (I have on 3 occasions sat through a 12 course 6 hour meal) Are the sentences A and B the same?? A. He should have played really well to win the match yesterday. Does it mean I expect he played really well yesterday. (yes it does, but I would use, “He must have played really well . . . “) B. It's 1 pm. He should have had lunch. does it mean I expect he has had lunch. (yes. Better might be, “He should have had lunch by now.” C. If they didn't support me I wouldn't be here. D. If they hadn't supported me I wouldn't be here. Which one is correct between C and D and how? (They both work. D is more formal.)
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Answer #3 | 27/12 2013 16:12
For the first, A is correct. B-- not so much. For the next "A," it means you believe that he SHOULD have played well, but it is unknown if you expect that he did... For the next "B," it can mean either or. You could be saying it as if you expected that he had already eaten lunch. As for "C" and "D," "D" is more correct, because it uses better grammar than "C."

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