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No space or time in my life for them.

Their is no space or time in my life for them.


Would the first example be imperative: No, or is it ungrammatical, and require their is as a rule?

Is their the subject or my life ?



1. She saw photos of the event pictured in a newspaper.
2. Pictured in the newspaper were photos of the event.


Is the second example imperative? It doesn't have an implied subject/command more of a description?



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No space or time in my life for them.

Their is no space or time in my life for them.


Would the first example be imperative: No,It's not n imperative

or is it ungrammatical, it's not a full sentence

and require their there is as a rule? Yes, that wold be fine

Is their the subject or my life ? I'd say the subject is space or time.



1. She saw photos of the event pictured in a newspaper.
2. Pictured in the newspaper were photos of the event.


Is the second example imperative? No. You need to review what an imperative is. Briefly, it's an order and it starts with a verb, eg Smile! eg Sit down! eg Picture this!

It doesn't have an implied subject/command more of a description? I'd say the subject is photos.

Clive