how to understand such structure of "has been + noun"? I have seen a sentence"What would you say has been your great achievement as shool committee?" .I feel confused by has been plus noun
Feb 5, 2016 6:23 AM
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The sentence is a grammatical disaster. First, it should be "greatest," since it's singular and definite. "School" is misspelled, and the sentence wrongly states that you are a committee. I'll try to offer some suggestions: As to the structure, think of it as "What (would you say) has been your great achievement on the school committee?" In written English, I believe it's better style to word it "What would you say your greatest achievement on the school committee has been?"
February 5, 2016
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