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Of all the vast tides of migration that have swept through

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New post 11 Sep 2017, 20:57
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there is no "it is none that..." in english
remember a few patterns with "it" as fake subject.

it is nice that I get into Tuck School.
It is the person who get into Tuck school.

it seems that he is intelegent


so, there are no "it is none that".

anyone know any patterns with "it" as fake subject, pls, post here, so we can review the grammar with "it".
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New post 06 Jul 2018, 22:18
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I have a confusion regarding tenses. The part " of all....history" signifies present perfect and hence is talking abt "till today" time frame. So, 'none is more concentrated' seems right tense since it talks about till today time frame. however, the OA uses "was". if i use sentence " Of all the boxers who have entered ring, none is better than mike who fought in 1999 championship' . Isnt this sentence correct since the intended meaning is that till today mike is the best boxer. Accordingly, I feel 'is" is better in the above OA.
Please clarify where I am wrong?
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