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19 dic 2018

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I'm watching a game playthrough,and the main protagonist has just kind of teleported to some other location. He then immediately said "It's as if I had been transported somewhere else." My question is why did he say "HAD been" when it has just happened. Usually when you are done taking a shower or something like that you say "I've just taken a shower", not "I had just taken a shower" because it's happened recently,right? So why does he use "had" and not "have"? Like it hasn't even been a minute.

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I'm watching a game playthrough,and the main protagonist has just kind of teleported to some other location. He then immediately said "It's as if I had been transported somewhere else." My question is why did he say "HAD been" when it has just happened. Usually when you are done taking a shower or something like that you say "I've just taken a shower", not "I had just taken a shower" because it's happened recently,right? So why does he use "had" and not "have"? Like it hasn't even been a minute.
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