Read the paragraph below. It was written by a fellow student, and it was not proofread or corrected. Therefore, it contains some grammar mistakes. Faults in tense agreement have been highlighted in the same color for you.
This paragraph contains many tense agreement mistakes. Do not forget that in order to express our ideas correctly we have to use correct tense combinations. If we fail to use our tenses correctly, our reader will get confused, and will not understand which event happened first, what followed this event, what happened when, etc.
Read this paragraph again. Tense mistakes have been highlighted for you. Verbs that should be used in agreement with each other have been highlighted in the same color.
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