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Jesse K. Hiott

Clarification on this sentence: Impersonal / personal passive

Impersonal / personal passive - clarification on this sentence

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UnderBellyOfJames updated 18 August
You need to use perfect infinite in order to give meaning to something that has happened in the past. There are numerous rules being observed here. I do agree with the sentiment that it would be a lot less awkward had there been some other tense used.
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