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Message de diodio posté le 08-03-2009 à 14:33:09 (S | E | F)
I was wondering whether the following sentence
"I've had enough of wishing I have found you." or "I've had enough of wishing I had found you"?
Which one is correct? I intended to say that I couldn't find her and
Modifié par TravisKidd le 08-03-2009 18:13
Réponse: A phrase de TravisKidd, postée le 08-03-2009 à 16:59:57 (S | E)
Can you provide some context? Neither of your propositions, frankly, makes much sense.
Maybe "I've had enough of not being able to find you" would work, but without the context I'm not sure.
Réponse: A phrase de diodio, postée le 08-03-2009 à 17:41:54 (S | E)
mm i dont really have one but it's not like that. its about a girl who cant reach her love because the boy doesn't want to or something like that. I hope i made myself clear lol
Réponse: A phrase de TravisKidd, postée le 08-03-2009 à 18:00:48 (S | E)
OK ... then I think "I'm sick and tired of trying to get through to you" is the sentence you're looking for.