- Paperback: 262 pages
- Publisher: Nabu Press (13 March 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1293831484
- ISBN-13: 978-1293831489
- Product Dimensions: 18.9 x 1.4 x 24.6 cm
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Practical Grammar and Composition - Primary Source Edition Paperback – Import, 13 Mar 2014
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(151 of 4469) Adverbial clause. He came when he <had> finished with the work.
(353 of 4469) #41, Each believed that she <had been> WAS elected a delegate to the Mothers Congress.
(410 of 4469) #35, The horse was one (that/which) I <had never ridden> NEVER RODE before.
(581 of 4469) #26, A grape vine <had grown> GREW along the fence which was full of grapes. (Correction wanted is: A grape vine full of grapes <had grown> GREW along the fence.)
(970 of 4469) #26, John ran the race as though he <had run> RAN races all his life.
(978 of 4469) #31, The choir sang the anthem as they <had never sung> NEVER SANG it before.
Buyer beware. This commentary relates only to 'had' errors and not to the rest of the text. Maybe Thomas Wood knows what he's talking about on the rest of it, but not on what he imagines is the "past perfect", but is not. The examples LOOK like it, but they're not.