I've been watching a TV show that its story line goes back to the sixties, and I encountered a weird sentence being spoken in the TV show.
- The court magistrate is determined that you will live out your remaining days in here.
The problem with aforementioned sentence is that it lacks the required 3rd person auxiliary verb, Has, and instead it is filled with a non-sense 3rd singular verb, is. Is it a legit sentence? If so why is it used like so?
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