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    #1

    Is something wrong with this sentence?

    Hi..
    what is the wrong thing in this sentence:

    he should have known Noose pull him into chambers

    We say (pull) or (pulls)?

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    Re: Is something wrong with this sentence?

    Dear Mhd:

    Quote Originally Posted by Mhd shaher View Post
    Hi..
    what is the wrong thing in this sentence:

    he should have known Noose pull him into chambers

    We say (pull) or (pulls)?

    Yes, there is something wrong with this sentence. The correction, however, depends on the intended meaning, especially regarding the tense. One possibility is:

    He should have known that Noose would pull him into chambers.

    Best Wishes
    I hope this is helpful,

    Petra

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