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"Hadn't it" or "had it not been" #1 (permalink) Sat Feb 27, 2010 11:25 am   "Hadn't it" or "had it not been"
 

How will you rewrite this sentence in the same meaning?
' If you hadn't helped, we would have failed '

" Had it not been for your helped, we would have failed"
or
" Hadn't it been for your help, we would have failed"

I think both of them are correct. how about you?
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"Hadn't it" or "had it not been" #2 (permalink) Sat Feb 27, 2010 12:58 pm   "Hadn't it" or "had it not been"
 

" Had it not been for your HELP, we would have failed"

Is the only logical alternative.
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"Hadn't it" or "had it not been" #3 (permalink) Wed Mar 17, 2010 9:41 am   "Hadn't it" or "had it not been"
 

Tung a wrote:
How will you rewrite this sentence in the same meaning?
' If you hadn't helped, we would have failed '

" Had it not been for your helped, we would have failed"
or
" Hadn't it been for your help, we would have failed"

I think both of them are correct. how about you?
Francoise
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"Hadn't it" or "had it not been" #4 (permalink) Wed Mar 17, 2010 9:53 am   "Hadn't it" or "had it not been"
 

If you hadnt helped ,we would have failed

" Had it not been for your helped ,we would have failed"
or
"Hadnt it been for your help,we would have failed"

For me i think both of them is correct.
Francoise
I'm new here and I like it ;-)


Joined: 09 Mar 2010
Posts: 19

"Hadn't it" or "had it not been" #5 (permalink) Wed Mar 17, 2010 9:54 am   "Hadn't it" or "had it not been"
 

If you hadnt helped ,we would have failed

" Had it not been for your helped ,we would have failed"
or
"Hadnt it been for your help,we would have failed"

For me i think both of them are correct.
Francoise
I'm new here and I like it ;-)


Joined: 09 Mar 2010
Posts: 19

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