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Are both sentences OK? He spreads rumors, etc. He turns everybody against each other. He turned everybody against each other. .
Jun 25, 2019 7:21 PM
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They are both OK, but they have slightly different meanings. "He turned everybody against each other" is past tense. It happened in the past, at a definite point in time. "He turns everybody against each other" is present tense, in this case used to indicate a habit or tendency that happens more than once and is likely to happen again. At the party last Friday, he turned everybody against each other. Every time we go to a party, he turns everybody against each other. Also, he doesn't seem to be a very nice person.
June 25, 2019
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