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"that you feel was suspicious", as others have noted, is a restrictive relative clause that modifies the noun "thing". (Contrary to what @JohnLawler says, restrictive relative clauses modify nouns (or N-bars), not noun phrases.) Since this relative clause modifies a noun, it would be reasonable to call it an adjective or adjective clause, but I don't think ...
Rule of thumb is if there's any kind of time indicator word present, the simple past will suffice. Upon popular demand, here are some examples: We met at the usual place outside the park. She waved and said hello, and I said hi and smiled courteously. She wore a very quaint-looking hat. I realized I had already seen it earlier when we went to the ...
A phrase or a parenthetical expression between the subject and the verb does not change when they denote a part of many. Examples: ~These boxes of candies are all yours. ~My cousins as well as his friends watch the show.
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