What is the correct sentence?
We didn’t do many things before the trip.
We haven’t done many things before the trip.
- LaurieLv 72 months agoFavourite answer
The first is correct.
The second is messy, because we “haven’t” means “up to now”. But then you add “before the trip”... which must have already occurred or you wouldn’t yet be able to evaluate. If the trip has not yet occurred, it would be “we haven’t yet done many things to prepare for the trip... or something like that.
- 2 months ago
The first sentence.