I've come across the following sentence
I know that you can do
past tense verbs + こと but I've never seen
te-form verbs + たこと. So what does it mean using te-form in this case?
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たこと is nonsensical. It is not a word that I know of. (タコとエビ makes sense but consists of three words. Just a facetious aside)
叫んでいたことを知っていたよ -> 叫んでたことを知ってたよ