Past Tense & Present Tense Blunders

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fertooos
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Re: Past Tense & Present Tense Blunders

Post by fertooos » March 16th, 2020, 1:36 pm

I would correct them now before writing that way becomes a habit. But really, just have fun. Try to find your self-confidence and enjoy what you are doing.

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Re: Past Tense & Present Tense Blunders

Post by jenifer04 » July 31st, 2021, 1:49 am

practicing makes it perfect in understanding!

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Re: Past Tense & Present Tense Blunders

Post by rudrisazz » March 30th, 2022, 10:30 am

I think most people probably suffer from this at least a little bit. Pick a tense (almost always past tense) and be consistent. My preferred method is to write my story down and then go back and read it aloud. The tense changes (along with a zillion other things) will stick out to you and you just correct them then. Good luck! mobdro

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