What the correct way to say or write for ..that's what I need or that's what I needed?

asked Jan 25 '13 at 03:01 janti supardi New member

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"That's what I need" suggests that you haven't received it yet. "That's what I needed" suggests that you have received it already. Both are correct depending on the context. (by Tolley)

link comment answered Jan 27 '13 at 20:34 Amal Ben Mahfoudh New member

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