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Throughout the medieval age there was two positions is feudalism and the church together are sustained the proposal that the fights of the human being be inferior to the system of civilization

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Throughout the medieval age there was two positions is feudalism and the church together are sustained the proposal that the fights of the human being be inferior to the system of civilization.
asked Feb 15 '12 at 01:08 luk Riek New member

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I'd like to help you with this one, but I can't make any sense of what you have written.  It is sort of a jumble of phrases lumped together.  The beginning should be edited to read:
 

Throughout the Medieval period, there were two positions. 

 

This is a sentence all by itself.  I suspect you are trying to explain what those two positions are, but I don't understand the rest of what you wrote.  I changed age to period and capitalized Medieval.  It is a proper noun, and one part (period) of the Middle Ages.   You then need a comma after the introductory clause. 

 

Was needs to be changed to were.  When you start a clause with there was or there were, the verb needs to agree with the first noun after it.  In this case, you have a plural noun: positionsWere is the form that agrees with the plural.

link comment answered Feb 15 '12 at 04:44 Patty T Grammarly Fellow

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