As a non-native English speaker, I need your help.
Does the above sentence have the following meanings?
1) It is possible that the metal does not contain any lead.
2) It is imperative that the metal do not contain/should not contain any lead.
Especially I need to know if (2) is OK.
Thanking you in advance.
"I built a house for my cat."
I read in a grammar book that the different between present perfect and the simple past is that the simple past states time ( I walked to school yesterday).
Is it correct?
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I think it means:
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that kind of sounded award.
i felt that it can be written as:
she is only the second lady who was born outside of this country.
which is better?
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( does it mean weather was beautiful a few days ago and is still beautiful?some time in the past and maybe now?)
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(does this indicate about present only )
I'm confused help please
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They have performed exceptionally in their current position and deserve a promotion.
or if it has already happened
They performed exceptionally in their current position and deserved a promotion.