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by jakesakic
Thu Jan 31, 2013 12:14 pm
Forum: Help Each Other with English
Topic: stop+V-ing vs stopped+V-ing
Replies: 7
Views: 7139

Re: stop+V-ing vs stopped+V-ing

So would the use of "As soon As" affects their meaning or make them grammatically false? [He stops smoking] -> Future Event.... [He stopped smoking] -> past event.... [As soon as jake officially stops smoking] -> Correct [As soon as jake officially stopped smoking] -> False (as past-event is used wi...
by jakesakic
Wed Jan 30, 2013 3:09 pm
Forum: Help Each Other with English
Topic: stop+V-ing vs stopped+V-ing
Replies: 7
Views: 7139

Re: stop+V-ing vs stopped+V-ing

Still dooesn't address he question att hand regarding the difference in meanings, but you are right about the 3rd person, that was an oversight(Typo).

Fill in the gap:

-> He Stopped + v-ing = to finish doing something that you do regularly or habit
-> He Stops + v-ing = _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
by jakesakic
Mon Jan 28, 2013 7:54 pm
Forum: Help Each Other with English
Topic: stop+V-ing vs stopped+V-ing
Replies: 7
Views: 7139

Re: stop+V-ing vs stopped+V-ing

Maybe this will clarified the question: "As soon as jake officially stopped smoking" vs "As soon as jake officially stop smoking" From what i found online: -> Stopped + v-ing = to finish doing something that you do regularly or habit (is that correct?) -> Stop + v-ing = _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ missing exact...
by jakesakic
Sun Jan 27, 2013 3:27 pm
Forum: Help Each Other with English
Topic: stop+V-ing vs stopped+V-ing
Replies: 7
Views: 7139

stop+V-ing vs stopped+V-ing

" As soon as jake officially stopped smoking " vs " As soon as jake officially stop smoking " From what i found online: -> Stopped + v-ing = to finish doing something that you do regularly or habit (is that correct?) -> Stop + v-ing = _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ missing exact meaning here, any ideas? Google was...