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    Hello everybody. Here is the second part of my translation of Star Heritage. I post it as a whole, so that you can point the places where I have made mistakes. Once I know where they are, I'll try to fix them. You should take into consideration ...
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    Over the last four hours I jotted half a page of one line story ideas, none of which warranted a second line, the bottom half of the page had descended into a doodle of a tiny man giving the middle finger to a giant eagle with razor sharp ...
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    Hello, I wish to improve my grammar skills and as a result of it, is being more self-conscious in how I write sentences. One of the issues I have in writing is using present and past tense. From what I have gathered, a paragraph should be written ...
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    In writing can you start the first paragraph in present tense to tell your facts then switch to past tense in the body to tell your story?
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    Please give me with examples when we use past continuous tense and past perfect tense. Please give me a small paragraph for my easy understanding.
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    Dear,sir Following are two short passages, and the question lies in them. Then the unexpected happened. I had no thought in reaching the natural heights that a human structure would be present. Normally, I would have avoided any such structure as I ...
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    I would like to know if the past tenses are used correctly in this paragraph: 'This time Oliver had a secret weapon! He received an invitation to a smart party in a country chateau , and many stars were going to be there.Isabella wasn't able to resist.'
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    Hi, Please take a look at the two paragraphs I've pasted below. They appear near the start of an essay about my fascination with ants. I'm not sure about the tenses in the second paragraph. I start with the past tense and proceed using the present. ...
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    Hi Teachers, This is a paragraph of a story: Ten minutes later he was outside the house. He stopped and listened. “Strange!” he thought. “I can’t hear anything, not even a radio or a television, but there must be someone in there! There’s a light ...
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