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comment Is the usage 'was to have done' correct
Thanks for the detailed answer. At a semantic level, I don't see the construct is trying to convey a sense of perfection, so 'to turn them down on the tour, which was to include ...' sounds more natural. Contrast to for example 'The tour, which was to have included the testing labs was canceled midway'.
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