Correct usage of past tense


Which is the correct sentence? Please note that there will be a court battle after a specific action. There is no court battle as of now.

Foreclosure of the property will result to prolong court battle.


Foreclosure of the property will result to prolonged court battle.

Thank you.

tense asked Aug 06 '13 at 02:52 Tomas Rosales III New member

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Forclosure of the property will result in a prolonged court battle.

link comment answered Aug 06 '13 at 18:09 Actually Holly Expert

The first one is correct in grammar. 

link answered Aug 06 '13 at 03:40 ducdang123 Contributor

To prolonged is totally wrong.

ducdang123Aug 06 '13 at 03:41

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