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    even driving schools constructed on top of building.

    As Marr flew over Tokyo in a helicopter he saw soccer fields, playgrounds, even driving schools constructed on top of buildings.

    1)Shouldn't the verb be "are constructed"?

    2)Shouldn't we put "and" before "even"?


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    Re: even driving schools constructed on top of building.

    Quote Originally Posted by newkeenlearner View Post
    1)Shouldn't the verb be "are constructed"?
    No, "(which had been) constructed" is implied

    Quote Originally Posted by newkeenlearner View Post
    2)Shouldn't we put "and" before "even"?
    I agree with that.

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