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How to say it in a right way and why? 1. In your advertisement, you had mentioned that you wanted to know about... 2. In your advertisement, you mentioned that you want to know about...

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marked as duplicate by Roger Sinasohn, Jason Bassford, tchrist Sep 9 '18 at 16:33

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  • Why do you think something is wrong here? – tchrist Sep 9 '18 at 15:10
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Most likely, the person who mentioned their wish/desire, really had it at the moment of mentioning it, at least not after that moment. So it would be natural for the tenses to coincide:

In your advertisement, you mentioned that you wanted to know about...

Or in case of some active advertisement:

In your advertisement, you mention that you want to know about...

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