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2. The doctor said I am in good health.

3. The doctor said I was in good health.

(Are both OK? What is the difference between them?)

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    I explained this earlier.

    I am in good health. = That means right NOW. I don't know what my health WAS (in the past), nor do I know what it WILL be (in the future.

    I was in good health. That was "then" and may not be true now. It is past tense.

    Sra

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