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    Tense Usage

    In ODIs, opening is an easier option. I felt that the team would benefit immensely if Sachin came in at number 4 for he can milk the bowling

    do you find any 'tense' misfit in the above sentence...?

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    Re: Tense Usage

    Yes, 'feel' would be better. But when there are conditionals in the air, tenses often slip to make the syntax of the conditional easier. (I'm not saying I condone it, but it happens.)


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