consistent verb tense

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Is he drag the dog into the veterinarian's waiting room, where the dog hid under a chair a consistent verb tense?

Sep 26th, 2015

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"he drag the dog into the veterinarian's waiting room, where the dog hid under a chair"

Drag - Present Tense  while Hid - Past Tense

To have verb consistencies within a sentence you should keep the tenses consistent within sentences and not to change them when there is no time change for the action. 


ANSWER : NO

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