Mehrdad
1)It always become too hot....or 2)It always became too hot Which is the correct option?
Nov 5, 2019 5:59 PM
Answers · 13
Sentence 1 is not correct. IF you want to talk about a present situation you must use 'becomes' with 'it'. Sentence 2 is correct, AND is used to talk about a past situation. For example "Before we had air conditioning it was okay at night, but it was difficult to stay in the house during the day because it always became too hot."
November 5, 2019
PRESENT: It always becomes too hot. PAST: It always became too hot. BUT if you want to sound more casual, you can replace becomes/became with gets/got. PRESENT: It always gets too hot. PAST: It always got too hot.
November 5, 2019
Thank you all for commenting !
November 5, 2019
Select Chris's answer as the best answer as soon as possible and lock down the thread before other correctors confuse you. Sometimes it is best to wait for better answers and sometimes like now it is best to select the best answer.
November 5, 2019
ignore this
November 5, 2019
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