Anthropology is a science dealing with man and his origins. In this strategy, however, I'll conveniently redefine anthropology as "being interested, without judgment, in the way other people choose to live and behave." This strategy is geared toward developing your compassion, as well as a way of becoming more patient.
I believe the "is geared" is in present tense. But why is geared in past tense? what part of speech is geared?
Whenever a court is called upon to enforce a contract in which the price was never actually set, and where it finds that the parties intended to be bound by the open price agreement, the court is faced with the task of providing a price term.
I believe the "is called" is in the present tense. But why is "called" in past tense? When do I need to use those when writing? Than you!