I would like to ask whether this sentence is grammatically correct or not:
I asked her many questions that I had before.
I think it sounds better if I say "I asked her many questions that I have had before".
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I think the first question we need to ask is this: Do you mean, "I asked her many questions that I had asked her in the past" or do you mean, "I have had many questions in the past and I asked her these questions now?"
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