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My basic confusion is that I can't understand which form of verb should I use to complete the sentence? I always confused in that.

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  • Welcome to EL&U. Can you please edit your question to make it clearer what you want your sentence to mean? When it happened, whether it was happening for some time, and so on. – Rupert Morrish Apr 18 '18 at 20:47
  • But I posted question as it is as given in my grammar book. – Simran Pawar Apr 25 '18 at 9:01
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Having done my work, I went to see him.

It mean in simple form that I went to see him after I had done my work.

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