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Can I say "Even though my friend does not like traveling, she introduced me a very useful travel App when I had a headache to find one."? Or should I say "Even though my friend did not like traveling, she introduced me a very useful travel App when I had a headache to find one."

Background:my friend always does not like traveling, but last time she introduced a travel App to me.

How to express this meaning as a native English speaker?

  • Yes, your sentence is fine. The description 'does not like travelling' is true of your friend at all times, not just the day when she showed you the app. – Kate Bunting Jul 28 at 16:30
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    "[...] she introduced me to a very useful app when finding one was giving me a headache" – Lambie Jul 28 at 16:34

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