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Sir

I ask this question because I will specialist about animal. I hope explain those sentence to me.

I always read books name is the cat. It is difficult book always I want as know about this book .every day I read 2 pages about this book . I hope when I write sentence some explain that to ( I will write sentence and I want why use this grammar. It’s ok

My question :

· Ferals are cats, or the descendant of cats, that at one time have been domesticated at least to some extent. (explain that)

· Some will have been feral for generation, other will be newcomers to the twilight feral world. (explain that)

If don’t have any problem to ask many time about this book because I like read about cat .

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feral here means wild or untamed, as opposed to domestic cats. There are feral cats in Rome, around the Colloseum, I believe?

so the first sentence is defining how "feral" cats came about - that they are wild now but previous generations of their catty family were cats living with humans, in their homes, being fed regularly.

I think the second one suggests that "new" cats join the feral colony from time to time - presumably "escaped" from a human home and joining the wilder cats
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hi

Ferals are cats, or the descendant of cats, that at one time have been domesticated at least to some extent. (explain that)

• Some will have been feral for generation, other will be newcomers to the twilight feral world. (explain that)

no sir i mean explain grammar to me (have been domesticated) and (will have been feral)

explain that to me what 's mean

thank again
The grammar is how we know the sequence of events.

In this case "have been" is the plu perfect of the verb to be, and shows that the event happened further back in time than the usual past tense of to be (were)

I'm afraid I dont find labelling of grammar parts very interesting, so if you need more than that someone else will have to do it.

I am not a sir, by the way!

I am usually more interested in style than "pure" grammar, and your mix of informal (hi!) with very formal (sir) is interesting too!
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