Here, what does 'sequence' mean? Does it mean 'multiple sentences'? Or it means 'a paragraph'?

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I sympathise with anyone having to learn English as a second language, I really do. That explanation even confused me, a native speaker! What I think they mean by verb sequence is the order in which verbs appear in a sentence containing two clauses.

Try this site for more info:


  • That website makes very little sense. What can "... whose cradle tongue does not uses a similar tense system ..." mean! +1 for the link.
    – Tragicomic
    Jan 20, 2011 at 10:09
  • @Tragicomic, yes, is 'cradle tongue' something specific to Canada, or just PC for mother tongue?
    – Benjol
    Jan 20, 2011 at 11:41

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