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Hello: I am not sure if it's grammatically correct say "I wanted to apply for a school as soon as I had settled down here". Or maybe it's better to say "I wanted to apply for a school as soon as I settled down here"? Thank you for your help in advance!

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I searched the Internet and found the following sentences:

  1. I wanted to go back as soon as I left.

  2. I wanted to sleep as soon as I got home

  3. I wanted to create comics as soon as a I learned humans were behind them

  4. As soon as I had break points I wanted to take them.

  5. As soon as it had finished, I wanted to hear it again.

Only number 5 has a different structure, so I would go with:

I wanted to apply for a school as soon as I settled down here.

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    Thank you so much for your explanations!
    – Maurice
    Apr 1 at 3:23

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