SAT grammar help!
posted by Hillary on .
1. Standoffish and reserved, charles was uncomfortable with the applause HE RECEIVED FROM THE CROWDS WHICH HAVE CHEERED HIS HISTORIC FLIGHT....
RECEIVES FROM THE CROWDS WICH CHEER HIS HISTORIC FLIGHT
RECEIVED FROM THE CHEERING CROWDS ABOUT HIS HISTORIC FLIGHT?
i don't know which one is right, and why please help!
Wow -- your spelling needs some work, too!
The second one is incorrect because it's confusing to read "cheering crowds about his historic flight."
The first one is a bit strange in the sequence of verb tenses -- main verb is in the past, so the others should be, too. Shouldn't it be this?
Standoffish and reserved, Charles was uncomfortable with the applause he received from the crowds which cheered his historic flight.
what did i spell wrong?