13 years ago
Anonymous

Do these sentences make sense?

1. Whenever I called on Sam, he was talking on the phone. 2. Whenever I had called on Sam, he was talking on the phone. 3. Every time I called on Sam, he was talking on the phone. 4. Every time I have called on Sam, he was talking on the phone. 5. Every time I've gone there It has been packed with people. 6. Every time I went there It had been packed with people. 7. Every time I go there It has been packed with people. 8. Wherever I've gone there It has been packed with people. 9. Whenever I went there It had been packed with people. 10. Whenever I go there It has been packed with people.
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13 years ago
Emily G
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1. no- When I called on Sam, he was talking on the phone. 2. no- 3. yes 4. no- Every time I have called on Sam, he has been talking on the phone. 5. yes 6. no- Every time I went there it was packed with people. 7. no- Every time I go there, it is packed with people. 8. no- Where I've gone has been packed with people. 9. no- Whenever I went there it was packed with people. 10. no- Whenever I go there, it is packed with people. hope this helps!
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13 years ago
Anonymous
No. Sam should learn to shut up and It shouldn't be capitalized.
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13 years ago
curious
Your prepositions are misused, along with your verbs. Those sentences are not proper.
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