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(1) Although I haven't seen him for years, I still remember how he looked from when he was younger.

(2) Although I haven't seen him for years, I still remember how he looked from the time he was younger.

(3) Although I haven't seen him for years, I still remember how he looked when he was younger.

(4) Although I haven't seen him for years, I still remember his younger face.

Which sentence is correct?

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  • These are all OK, and all mean the same thing.
    – BadZen
    Commented Aug 5, 2023 at 13:51

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Although I haven't seen him for years, I still remember how he looked when he was younger. is correct

although I would have written

Although I haven't seen him for years, I still remember what he looked like when he was younger.

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