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Can you please check these sentences?
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When I was "little" (young is better) could play the guitar quite well.
Can you say "yesterday evening" in British English (instead of last evening?)
He insisted that he hedn't broken the vase.
He insisted on not having broken the vase (?)

  • English -

    hadn't instead of hadn't
    sent 3

  • English -

    When I was "little" I could p lay


    not hedn't but h adn't


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