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posted by ramesh reddy .
please correct this sentence
while I was arranging books in order, I ran across some old books which I thought had lost.

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Willow
Well, "which I thought had lost" at the end of the sentence should be "which I thought I had lost."
Unless that was a typo, I don't see any other things that need to be corrected.
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