The owner of this equipment has cleared the meeting room, last week.

The meeting room was cleared from the unnecessary equipment by the owner, last week.

closed as off-topic by Lawrence, Jason Bassford, Cascabel, Chappo, JJJ May 18 at 17:17

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  • You need give a better description of what the actual circumstances were in order for us to make a choice. As it is, these two sentences give different information about what happened (and neither is particularly clear English). – KillingTime May 16 at 6:13
  • Can you give me an example? – user348558 May 16 at 7:12
  • what would you say? – user348558 May 16 at 7:34

'Last week' plus present perfect is incorrect it should be the previous week or the week before. The second sentence is correct BUT not very nice because it is in passive voice. In my opinion the first sentence would be better with the appropriate preposition of time.

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