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(a) He is wearing the shoes that are torn.
(b) The shoes he wears are / had / has torn.
(c) He wears torn shoes.
(d) The shoes had / has / are / were torn.
Vincent TeoCan I say,Hi Vincent,
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Can you write the correct one? It's quite confused. It seems like lots of answers.
A small further comment.
I wouldn't say we commonly speak of shoes being 'torn'. Shoes, at least where I live, are usually quite strong and unlikely to tear.
We often say 'There is a hole in my shoe', meaning that there is a hole in the sole of my shoe, usually due to excesive wear.
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