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I believe the below statements are correct, please provide your inputs if I am wrong.

  1. Having done the work, I went to home.

  2. Having done the work, I will go home.

  3. Having done the work, I am going home.

  4. Having done the work, I go home.

In the above sentences only tense is changed but my question is that ‘Having done’ can be used in all those tenses right?

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✘ 1. Having done the work, I went to home.

✓ . Having done the work, I went home.

✓ 2. Having done the work, I will go home.

✓ 3. Having done the work, I am going home.

✘ 4. Having done the work, I go home.

Past:

✓ I went home.

✓ I was home.

✓ I have gone home.

Present:

I am going home.

I will go home.

I am home.

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(Also, don't forget that the word "I" is always capitalized!)

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When one action happens before another action, you can use having (done) for the first action.

Having found a hotel, they looked for somewhere to have dinner. Having finished our work, we went home.

We could also say After –ing.

After finishing our work, we went home.

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