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    Cool before the infection overcome

    In this sentence, do you find something wrong as for the writing?

    But there was not living dead today, since it was scheduled to shoot only the events before the infection overcome.

    Is it "overcome" or rather "overcomes" being a subjunctive?

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    Re: before the infection overcome

    Quote Originally Posted by Bushwhacker View Post
    In this sentence, do you find something wrong as for the writing?

    But there was not living dead today, since it was scheduled to shoot only the events before the infection overcome.

    Is it "overcome" or rather "overcomes" being a subjunctive?

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    It doesn't make any sense to me.

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    Cool Re: before the infection overcome

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    It doesn't make any sense to me.
    Sorry, maybe I would have had to put down some little explanation before. The sentence is referring to the shooting of a movie with zombies and the like. The scene is in a wedding party, and all the people is dressed up and happy. But things are going to end up very badly. The schedule for the day was for the beautiful part.

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    Re: before the infection overcome

    Where does this sentence come from? Can we see it in the context?

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    Cool Re: before the infection overcome

    Quote Originally Posted by birdeen's call View Post
    Where does this sentence come from? Can we see it in the context?
    I've just put it down. Thanks for your interest.

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    Re: before the infection overcome

    But there were no living dead today, since it was scheduled to shoot only the events before the infection took over.

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    #7

    Re: before the infection overcome

    For the record, the subjunctive would be incorrect here.

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