Tense problems.


It says:

The subject of your sentence, “"I'll”, is a singular or uncountable noun, and does not agree with the present tense verb in your sentence, “straighten”. Consider changing your subject to a plural noun, or writing your verb in third person singular (he/she/it).

I don't understand.

See example:

"I'll straighten up the living room.
asked Jun 12 '11 at 21:08 Jerry New member

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Ignore. You are correct.

link comment answered Jun 13 '11 at 03:52 Stacie New member

I have always take care of my baby,and ill working eventhough im tired to work

link comment answered Jul 27 '11 at 09:22 jelyn New member

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