It’s a shame you didn’t come to London with us last summer, As you — it before, it —- a wonderful holiday for you.
A. hadn’t seen / would have been
B. have seen / would have
When vs. While Relative Pronoun Run-on Sentences Nouns - Word Form-IONAdverbs of frequencyAdjective ending with ED & INGVerbs: Action, Linking, and HelpingPrepositions of TimeBe Going To vs. Will
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