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    Result from 1

    What are the differences between
    • ‘resulted from’,
    • ‘resulting from’ and ‘
    • results from’


    In which context they should be used?
    Give me more examples and descriptions for each.

    1) The landscape (resulted from / results from / resulting from) erosion.
    [Which one should be used?]

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    Re: Result from 1

    They are different verb forms showing different time references(Tenses)
    The landscape resulted from erosion. (Past tense)
    Landscape like this results from erosion. (Present; could be Present continuous-I'm not sure.)
    Resulting from I am not at all sure about.

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    Re: Result from 1

    Can someone help me?

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