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I was getting out of my car when I saw her by
a)passes b)passed c)to pass d) pass.
d) pass : I was getting out of my car when I saw her pass by.
yolandajmg wrote:I always thought that with verbs life see, hear, smell, watch and notice were constucted as follows:
I saw the birds singing and I thought the correct way of this sentence would be I was getting out of my car when I saw her passing by.
Does anyone know why isn´t with present participle?
I think there's no such thing as "present participle"
You must mean past participle. Anyway, what you proposed is right, too: "I was getting out of my car when I saw her passing by". Please correct me if I am mistaken.
Anyway, you can ask Alan in the Help Desk
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I was getting out of my car when I saw her passing by or pass by.Both ways sound good to me.
I use to hate those kinds of exercises . They should use a better way to teach those verb rules.
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Mr. Yolandajmg here please first you inform you you are asking the answer from your choises are we can give you our answer.
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I think so, too. [grammatically]
But passing is not in the list.
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