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Which Is Not the Case: Meaning and Proper Usage

While many modifiers are adjectives or adverbs, you can also use relative pronouns to introduce a modifying phrase. For example, relative clauses like “which is not the case” provide more information regarding someone or something, but what does “which is not the case” mean? “Which is not the case” negates something we’ve previously established in …

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Can We Use Yesterday With the Present Perfect Tense?

English tenses can be very confusing, but they’re very important because getting them wrong can result in misunderstanding. Verb tenses tell you when something happens, which is simple when we’re just referring to past, present, and future. However, when we’re linking the past with the present by using present perfect, then we may wonder if …

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