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Hallo

As far as I know, the English do not use Perfect Tense with the verb die.

What if, if we have die in such kind of sentence where we need to put Future Perfect Tense?

Please, put the verb die in correct tense form.

E.g. By the end of the week 2 hundred people (die) from different deseases.

Thanks in advance

Regards

Nata
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Hi,

As far as I know, the English do not use Perfect Tense with the verb die.

Who told you that? There's no reason you can't.

eg I have bad news. Tom has died.

eg In the last month, 20 people in Toronto have died from this disease.

What if, if we have die in such kind of sentence where we need to put Future Perfect Tense?

Please, put the verb die in correct tense form.

E.g. By the end of the week 2 hundred people (die) from different deseases.

eg By the end of this week, 200 more people in Toronto will have died from this disease.

Clive
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Hi,

Thanks a lot. This told me my lecturer, who is a teacher already 10 years. Anyways, I do agree with you. I will share this with her too, and ask her from where she got it

Thanks again Emotion: smile

Natalli
Hi,

Be careful with your word order.Emotion: smile

This told me my lecturer

My lecturer told me this.

Clive
Good afternoon

Oh, thank you a lot:)

Nata
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