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Hello

which of the verbs in the sentences describes:

a main event in the story?

a background event?

an event which happened before the other events?

a- Two police officers were talking softly to a boy.

b- He had apparently stumbled and cracked his head.

c- They were wearing commando-style uniforms.

d- They helped the boy up and led him to the card.

e- I had never seen such gentle police.

f- 'Goodnight,' I said and watched them go.

Thanks
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Hi Onh,
Onh1986And I don't know if there is a story or not?

I suppose this is the story just like Clive already said:

(a) Two police officers were talking softly to a boy. (b) He had apparently stumbled and cracked his head.
(c) They were wearing commando-style uniforms. (d) They helped the boy up and led him to the card.
(e) I had never seen such gentle police. (f) 'Goodnight,' I said and watched them go.
Hi Onh,

Here are some answers.

Best wishes, Clive

which of the verbs in the sentences describes:

a main event in the story?

a background event?

an event which happened before the other events?

a- Two police officers were talking softly to a boy. main

b- He had apparently stumbled and cracked his head. before other events

c- They were wearing commando-style uniforms. background

d- They helped the boy up and led him to the card. main

e- I had never seen such gentle police. background

f- 'Goodnight,' I said and watched them go. background
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Thanks Clive