So I'm seventeen this year and my grammar is still horrible.

I am writing an essay and I'm confused with a sentence I wanted to construct. It's in past tense, so I wrote something like, "Akira Hope was the third Light who belong to Richard Samuel."

Should I put belong with an s, or just leave it like that? Because it's a story and the relationship is something that will stay permanent ( I understand if it's an event that has passed, then it will be just belong)

I'm quite confused. Please help me.
Hi,

So I'm seventeen this year and my grammar is still horrible.

I am writing an essay and I'm confused with a sentence I wanted to construct. It's in past tense, so I wrote something like, "Akira Hope was the third Light who belong to Richard Samuel."

Should I put belong with an s, or just leave it like that? Because it's a story and the relationship is something that will stay permanent ( I understand if it's an event that has passed, then it will be just belong)

Say 'who belonged to'. The focus is completely on the past.

Is 'light' the correct word? Is Akira Hope a person? What does it mean to say a person is a Light?

Clive
Uhm, it's a fantasy story, to which this human-like Akira Hope is a creature who serves as a 'feeling' to humans. So, nope, she's not a human.

But there's this word belonged? I remember my teacher marked it wrong once :/
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Hi,

It's fine here.

Maybe with your teacher, you used it in someother kind of sentence.

Clive
Hm, okay. I'll use that one then.

Thanks! Emotion: big smile