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# After u2lovergirl lay down, having finished a hard day's

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25 Jul 2006, 20:05
u2lover wrote:
sorry for delaying the OAs... ironically the power went off last night, so I was

ok... the award for this question goes to...

Futuristic, who was the first to notice it
Paddyboy, whose explanations rocked one by one
vivek123, of course... he is the GURU among us (not between )
MA, who understood that going against the GURU would be wrong
and jeunesis, who wasn't sure if B was correct, but picked it anyways... good gut feeling!!!

BRAVO everyone... this was FUN

OA is B indeed

for some reason I didn't think it was b/w A and E like many of you answered... I thought the battle was b/w B and D, chose D at the end

OE:
As in other participial phrases, the subject of the phrase finished must be the subject of the verb in the main clause. This problem is corrected by (B) Otherwise it sounds as if 'sleep' had just finished a hard day's work.

Thats Cool u2lover.
Second clause surely require subject "she".
Good job people for voicing your opinions.

Guys,
I have one doubt.
Is it correct to say that "she felt sleep descend"??
Is it ok to write "descend(present tense) after "felt(past tense)" ?

Can we write "she felt sleep descending"??
or
"she felt sleep descended"??

Regards,
Brajesh
25 Jul 2006, 20:05

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