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Positioning at the top of the food chain, the Bengal tiger of southern India has no predators.?? .Sometmes I confused about to find the the correct sentence. 1. Positioning at the top of the food chain, the Bengal tiger of southern India has no predators except man. 2. Positioned at the top of the food chain, the Bengal tiger of southern India has no predators except man.
Feb 6, 2016 3:16 AM
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You can structure the sentence differently, and maybe it will help. "Positioning" is wrong, but maybe it will sound more wrong if you say it differently. 1a: (original) Positioning at the top of the food chain, the Bengal tiger of southern India has no predators except man. 1b: The Bengal tiger of southern India, positioning at the top of the food chain, has no predators except man. 2a: (original) Positioned at the top of the food chain, the Bengal tiger of southern India has no predators except man. 2b: The Bengal tiger of southern India, positioned at the top of the food chain, has no predators except man.
February 6, 2016
"To position" is a transitive verb. That will give you the correct answer.
February 6, 2016
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