Check the following sentences for confused shifts in voltage. If the tension of each underlined verb expresses exactly the temporal relationship, write S (satisfactory). If a voltage move is not appropriate, impose U (unsatisfactory) and make the necessary changes. In most cases with an inappropriate lag, there is more than one way to correct inconsistency. By reading the sentences, you can see time differences. ___ 1. If the association limits its membership, it will have to increase its contributions. ___ 7. The moderator asks questions as soon as the speaker is ready. ___ 5. After visiting Alaska on his third voyage, Captain James Cook was killed by Hawaiian islanders in 1779.
___ 6. I was terribly disappointed with my grade because I studied very hard. ___ 2. When Barbara cashed in her lenses, the phone rang. ___ 10. Scientists predict that the sun will die in the distant future. ___ 3. Thousands of people will see the art exhibition when it closes. _ ___ 9.
Harry wants to show his friends the pictures he took last summer. ___ 12. The doctor offered rest for the patient who suffers from a severe cold. ___ 11. The boy insisted that he paid for the candy. 4. I rekordevalue”record” > notes and scanvalue-scan > transcripts scanned in the student center. ___ 4. At the beginning of the negotiations, many pessimists expressed doubts about this. 5.
I always look at value”watch” >sah the Firecrackers, and my favorite warvalue character” was >isFred. 3. I govalue`go”>ve been to the gym and worked on the “worked out” >work out every Saturday. 2. When I lived in the United States, I always eat:”eat” > dinner at the Cheesecake Factory.