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    are vs were

    If I'm not mistaken, both "are" and "were" are correct in the following sentence:

    The rules the Court was referring to were/are those governing an economic activity that falls within the scope of the EC Treaty.

    Am I right?

    Thanks.

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    Re: are vs were

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasmin165 View Post
    If I'm not mistaken, both "are" and "were" are correct in the following sentence:

    The rules the Court was referring to were/are those governing an economic activity that falls within the scope of the EC Treaty.

    Am I right?

    Thanks.
    Yes, they are both correct.


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    Re: are vs were

    Agreed, both are correct on my understanding.

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