posted by Brandy on .
I wrote these 5 sentences for a assignment and would like some feeback on them as to what I may need to work on. 1.Our education plays (simple present tense) a major role in our future finances.
2.My financial planning class opened (simple past tense) my eyes to my unnecessary expenses.
3.Financial planning is (present tense) a class all students can benefit from.
4.I have (present perfect tense) discussed my finances with my advisor.
5.I plan (future) on earning more money with my college degree.
They're all right -- except # 5. The verb "plan" is in the present tense.
You could say: "I will earn more money after I earn my college degree."
1. looks good
2. looks good
3. looks good; but are you supposed to use 5 different tenses during this assignment?
4. the verb = have discussed (present perfect tense) ["discussed" is the main part of the verb; "have" is the auxiliary verb]
5. Future tense is formed with "will" or "shall" or one of their negatives. How can you rewrite this to make it a true future?
Thanks for you help!!!