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When past perfect is just perfect

Q: In one of her essays, a college professor has the following sentence: “I replied that I wouldn’t answer questions until I’d had time to consider the charges.” Why is the past perfect used after the word “until”? I believe the simple past would suffice. A: We think the professor’s choice of words was appropriate.... ? Read More: When past perfect is just perfect
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