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Revenge is a terrific motivating force for young creative people and it certainly kept me going right through to the publication of my first novel. I only published my first novel out of revenge, which
Hi Roland, are you sure they're closing it down? I still get questions on a regular basis... but I did notice that there were some technical issues with the site last week or so. I thought it was
Hi Anabell, yes, the use of two tenses in the same sentence is OK in the example above. Generally speaking though mixing tenses depends on the circumstances. You can find a few tips below:
Hi Hamed, a bit more context for the sentence above would have helped... If I were to guess I'd say that Abbassi is a company, and then "franchise dominated world" means that a lot of the companies
that is correct but incomplete - using "do/does" is not the only way to talk about habitual actions Here is more on how to describe habitual actions: https://www.ecenglish.com/learnenglish/lessons/describing-habits
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