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William Rodrigues
Preposition "on" and Present Perfect In the sentence below I have two questions: Sentence: Bart Simpson has taken to his chalkboard to squash rumors that his parents are breaking up on Question 1: Why was putted the verb take on tense present perfect? Do we also put it on present simple? Question 2: Break up means to end a relationship. Why I need use to preposition on in sentence? ThanksThe question 2 must be done. I copied this sentence from rolling stone magazine twitter: Bart Simpson has taken to his chalkboard to squash rumors that his parents are breaking up on #TheSimpsons: http://rol.st/1S7oYYg. I think the "on" referrs to link to the site. Sorry
Jun 12, 2015 2:32 PM
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It's wrong. The verb is "break up" without "on".
June 12, 2015
William Rodrigues
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English, Portuguese
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English