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Is "is passed" possible? I think only "passed" or "has passed" is possible, maybe this is a mistyping or a wrong expression. Please let me know if this is possible.
ex)..(.The incident is the one when the man was complimented for his head of hair)...
That is a feeling that flows and sings in your memory long after the incident is passed.
Did you see this in the written form?
Anyway, actually I'm more hungry for the "relative pronoun(adverb) vs interrogative" issue that's always in my mind.
Is your excerpt about Carnegie? If so, the word is 'past' - at least that's what Google says. "is past' here means 'no longer existing, not present anymore".
I'd feel a lot more comfortable with 'is in the past' or 'has passed'.