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Is it grammatically correct to say

I remember that there were two memorable times when I have helped people

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I would like to talk about my experience when I was pursuing my master degree

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    Hmmm.  I believe ''was pursuing'' is not present continuous. – Scott Dec 25 '18 at 5:27
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I remember that there were two memorable times when I have helped people

You are talking about the past - there were two times. So, you'd better say it like this:

I remember that there were two memorable times when I helped people.

As for the second sentence, it's OK. But "was pursuing" is the past continuous tense, not present.

  • Thx a lot. Is it also OK to say: I remember that there were two memorable times that I helped people in? – Msheeab Dec 27 '18 at 2:01
  • @Msheeab you are welcome! Since you are talking not about a place but time, use "when". And if the sentence were about a place, I'd recommend "where". – Enguroo Dec 27 '18 at 3:36

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