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I believe that this would probably be B. because flashback implies recalling an event in the past.
B is correct!
that's because whenever you hear flashback it implies "past"
is there another option for that last question?
this i'm not as sure, I think it's the option with the correct something
i'm going to go with C
watch think @gahoolianowl
um, i believe it's also B. because where it says "she had said" implies a different form of past tense than the rest is written in
this one is C. as a writer myself, i use flashbacks to reveal parts of the plot from before what's already written
damm bro how you know this?
because i'm a writer :P
this one is A
no one is better then u man
perhaps some day i'll show you a sample of my own writing
for the purpose of the story format, it's in the present
i tihink so yeah
yes, B is present
A. the underlined passage is one that we've already looked at and found to be past tense
correct damm bro
this is again A, past tense. the lady speaking is describing an event she had just witnessed.
still past tense. A it describes the effect of a previous wet winter
bro can i open a new post so i can give you best response?