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    Smile sequence of tense

    Where he goes is none of my business. This is a substitution drill.I say "what he does is none of my business". Why she was angry ... none of my business. Do we use "is" or "was" here? Why she said that ... none of my business.

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    Re: sequence of tense

    In both cases decide if the first part of the sentence is in the past or present.

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