J'ai passe ou je passais

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J'ai passe ou je passais

The first sentence uses J'ai passe' for "I have passed."  To me, this should be je passais (imparfait).  The writer is not describing a unique instance of an event in the past but rather he is making a general description of his actions in the past.  He is describing multiple instances.


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J'ai passe ou je passais

The first sentence uses J'ai passe' for "I have passed."  To me, this should be je passais (imparfait).  The writer is not describing a unique instance of an event in the past but rather he is making a general description of his actions in the past.  He is describing multiple instances.


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