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What is the difference between 1) Yesterday my son fell out of a tree. Luckily, he wasn’t badly hurt, so I didn’t have to take him to the hospital. and 2) Yesterday my son fell out of a tree. Luckily, he wasn’t badly hurt, so I could take him to the hospital. ?Feel free to just provide example sentences.

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