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Using ing verbs

There is no limit in grammar. Three participles is not a problem at all. Having very many such phrases would be annoying and poor style. This is essentially a list, and there is no limit on how many ...
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Did you see how fast he move or moved?

Did you see how fast he moved? is correct. In English grammar, verbs need to conjugate (change their form) to reflect the time of the action. Since the action of moving happened in the past, we need ...
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Please identify the error (if any) in this test question

I guess arguably D? I would have said "assisted me in doing it" - "assist to" is more non-standard than "assist in". However, "assist to" would be used in many ...
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