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(a) It was a hot day, so she brought an umbrella when she went out / when she out.

(b) The weather is hot, she opens the umbrella.

(c) The weather was hot so he took an umbrella.

(d) It is hot, he opens his umbrella.

It is hot, I carry an umbrella.

It is hot, we hold an umbrella.

It is a hot day, so I bring the umbrella.

(e) Today is hot, so she took the umbrella.

(f) When the weather / day (was) hot, she carries the umbrella.

(g) She felt hot, so she took the umbrella.

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Vincent Teo(a) It was a hot day, so she brought an umbrella when she went out / when she out. perhaps a parasol?

(b) The weather is hot, she opens the umbrella.

(c) The weather was hot so he took an umbrella.

(d) It is hot, so he opens his umbrella.

It is hot,so I carry an umbrella.

It is hot, sowe hold an umbrella.

It is a hot day, so I bring the umbrella.

(e) Today is hot, so she took the umbrella.

(f) When the weather / day (was) hot, she carries the umbrella.

(g) She felt hot, so she took the umbrella.

An umbrella is used during rain.....parasol is used during hot, sunny weatherl.

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Hi Philip

(f) When the weather / day (was) hot, she carries the umbrella.

I don't understand why 'was' (past tense) goes with 'carries' (present tense).
" ... she carries umbrella"? (Why is there no article?)
Yoong LiatHi Philip

(f) When the weather / day (was) hot, she carries the umbrella.

I don't understand why 'was' (past tense) goes with 'carries' (present tense).
" ... she carries umbrella"? (Why is there no article?)
Sorry! Two mistakes on my part. 'is' goes with 'carries'.

I forgot to add "an" in front of 'umbrella'.
Can I say,

(a) She is carrying the umbrella because it is raining now.

(b) She is taking umbrella while it is raining.

(c) She is carrying the umbrella because it is raining.
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