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    Verb form

    What is it grammatically?
    "Streets in our town be replaced by parking lots for cars."
    it is passive but why not" schools will be replaced"?
    Last edited by Lanaa; 16-Jan-2015 at 18:53. Reason: Help

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    Re: Verb form

    Welcome to the forum.

    Where did you find the quoted ungrammatical sentence?

    Why do you want to replace 'streets' with 'schools'?

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