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Could you tell me which sentence(s) are correct?
a) I had overslept once before.
b) I overslept once before.
c) I have oversept one before.
This is the sentence I am uttering now, so I suppose that c) with Present Perfect is the one correct/preffered.
Am I right?
C seems the best answer to your question; though in some contexts, B might also be possible. Careful with the spelling:
c) I have overslept once before.
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