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comment Past perfect in past tense narrative: When to use and when not to?
Thanks a lot! I never thought of that. (Good thing I asked. I thought I was the only writer in the world who had this problem.)
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comment How to make a list enjoyable to read?
@Dean Corso I'm sure other people agree with you. But there's a reason why he's listed as one of the greatest comedians ever: google.com.tw/… And yes, he's was all what you mentioned. And he turned it into comedy. Which is genius, in my opinion.
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comment Should I use “could be” or “could have been” in past-tense narration?
Thanks. So "could X be ..." is a question that can be made in both present and past tense narration? (To express possibility.)
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