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Posted by on Wednesday, March 25, 2009 at 8:27am.

1. I am your student from last year.
2. I was your student from last year.
3. I am your student last year.
4. I was your student last year.
5. I am your student of last year.
(Which ones are correct?)

  • English - , Wednesday, March 25, 2009 at 8:43am

    1. I am your student from last year. Somewhat OK

    2. I was your student from last year. No; remove "from" and it'll be fine.

    3. I am your student last year. No. The verb is in present tense, so "last year" doesn't make sense.

    4. I was your student last year. This one's the best!!

    5. I am your student of last year. It's OK, but #4 is perfect!
    (Which ones are correct?)

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