The tense consistency in both the questions is correct in option (A): "He tries to tell his parents, but they do not believe him" and Mrs. Lenkins wrote down a few words as I told her my account.
<h3>What is the tense consistency?</h3>
The usage of the same tense across a clause is referred to as verb tense consistency. We would not want to describe the same time period in two separate tenses. Start a new clause or sentence if you have two or more time periods.
Use the verb tense that matches the viewpoint from which you are writing to keep your conjugating verbs consistent.
1. Use the past tense if you're writing about something that happened in the past.
2. Use the present tense when writing about something that is still happening.
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A) submitted would be correct
Its man vs enemy but if you dont have this it could be man vs society.
The sentence with the right capitalization is Marcus said, " it's not the of the world. You should be happy for me."
Every sentence starts with a capital.
the man stopped by the park to pet the happy dog. Then, he stepped onto the grimey, cold bus. The bus made many halting stops before it pulled up infront of a local resturant. He jumped out and ran up the icey steps. A while later, he returned with a bag of warms scraps to for the starving dog.