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    "Sam should be sorry that he lost his scholarship."

    "Sam should be sorry that he lost his scholarship." One cannot use the present tense "loses" in this sentence, am I correct ?

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    Re: "Sam should be sorry that he lost his scholarship."

    Quote Originally Posted by birgit33 View Post
    "Sam should be sorry that he lost his scholarship." One cannot use the present tense "loses" in this sentence, am I correct ?
    "Lost" is correct. "Loses" would be wrong.

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