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—> I give it to you.
The example below points to a problem with object word order in English. When a noun is the direct object, it
normally comes last in the sentence (e.g., I wrote them a check.). When a pronoun is the direct object, the
indirect object moves to the end of the sentence and is preceded by to:
—She’s leaving you her estate.
—>She’s leaving it to you. 35
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Use the simple past tense when you are talking about something that happened at one particular time in the past
(i.e., the event began and ended in the past). Normally, there is a reference to past time (yesterday, last night,
—I knew your aunt when she was young.
—Yesterday, they bought a car.
—We rented a car last week.
—He saw the U.S. Capitol while he was in Washington.
For many verbs, just add...
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2014 for the course ENG 99 taught by Professor Michal during the Winter '13 term at CSU Sacramento.
- Winter '13