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    ride on

    " He knew he had to wrok hard because his future was riding on it." Ride on it=depend on it? What tense would we use with this one a Simple Tense or Progressive one?


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    Re: ride on

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    " He knew he had to wrok hard because his future was riding on it." Ride on it=depend on it? What tense would we use with this one a Simple Tense or Progressive one?
    Simple past tense

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    Re: ride on

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    " He knew he had to wrok hard because his future was riding on it." Ride on it=depend on it? What tense would we use with this one a Simple Tense or Progressive one?
    "...was riding on it" is fine.

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