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"The sudden rise of unconventional oil and gas supply seems on the surface to have closed off this possibility for the foreseeable future"
In the sentence above what kind of verb is " to have closed"?
If it refers to "the sudden rise..." so i think that the correct form would be " to have be closed" am i right?
What's your hurry, Sepmre? Are you working to a homework deadline?
A better title would have been 'to have closed'.
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No it has been passed couple of years since the last one that i did a homework. Actually i work as a part time translator, so some times i have no time to wait to get my answers cause the client can not ;)
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...and did you know that the pronoun I is always capitalised?
You are right!
It's my fault. Anyway i would like to thank you for your time