Question of the Day: SAT II French
Choose the grammatically correct sentence.
J'ai allé en France quand j'étais dix-huit ans.
J'ai été en France quand j'ai eu dix-huit ans.
Je suis allé(e) en France quand j'étais dix-huit ans.
Je suis allé(e) en France quand j'avais dix-huit ans.
J'étais en France quand j'ai été dix-huit ans.
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