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Present Perfect Tense

My district hasn't a good drainage system for most pipes that were beneath the streets have approximately be closed.

Passive Tense (Present Perfect Tense)

A good drainage system hasn't been equipped in my district for most pipes that were beneath the streets have approximately be closed.

Future Continuous Tense

By the time a person is get used to sweat under the hot weather, he will be getting a serious headache.

Passive Tense (Future Continuous Tense)

By the time that under the hot weather is gotten used to sweat by a person, he will be getting a serious headache.
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Hi,

Present Perfect Tense

My district hasn't a good drainage system for most pipes that were beneath the streets have approximately be closed.

My district doesn't have / hasn't a good drainage system, because most pipes that are beneath the streets have been partially blocked.

Passive Tense (Present Perfect Tense)

A good drainage system hasn't been equipped in my district for most pipes that were beneath the streets have approximately be closed.

I don't know what it means to 'equip a drainage system'. Find another word.

eg A good drainage system hasn't been installed in my district.

Future Continuous Tense

By the time a person is get used to sweat under the hot weather, he will be getting a serious headache.

By the time a person gets used to the hot weather, he will be getting a serious headache.

Passive Tense (Future Continuous Tense)

By the time that under the hot weather is gotten used to sweat by a person, he will be getting a serious headache.

By the time that the hot weather will be being gotten used to by a person, he will be getting a serious headache. This is a very, very poor sentence.Emotion: crying

Clive

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What is the cause of my continuous mistakes, Do I need to study more english grammar or just do some exercises like these sentences.
Hi,

Don't get discouraged. English is not easy.

You are trying to write sentences that are not easy to write.

Keep trying, and learn from your mistakes. Don't expect perfection.

Clive
thank you about your encouragement, and I'm pledging to you that I will keep trying as much as I can.

thank you Clive....
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