Here's how I think about it: We're saying in modern times when the program was recorded that at a specified time in the past, Emery's maintenance history was already sordid. Added 1 year ago by in On 16 February 2000, Emery Worldwide Flight 17 crashes into an automobile salvage yard shortly after taking off from Sacramento Mather Airport on a flight to Dayton, Ohio, killing all 3 crew members on board. It's a gray area, but I think the perfect tense is preferable because it is clearer. My upload to Daily motion is 8mbit and Mega. Also I am returning to you guys what we all deserve, some decent captures of this show. You can expect the next 2 episodes to follow suit Time and date.
Turns out they did, and did a good job of it too, but that was quite odd. Please visit my for a possible way to obtain the shows Edit: I just want to mention that I appreciate the good feedback. All my captures will be done in 1080p so you can count on that. It's a very interesting accident and I think the investigation segment really did it justice. If I have any parts left over when working on my car I make sure to find out where they go before driving it! But still quite sloppy to remove a part and not replace it. You can feel the pressure the aircraft maintenance guys are under. Your example works if we imagine the speaker's point of view already being in the past.
But I did think it was strange that they didn't show the actual crash until the episode was mostly over—I actually thought up until like 33 minutes that they just hadn't bothered to animate the impact. Maybe they thought we wouldn't notice, but I definitely did. Greg isn't talking about two separate events that both happened in the past, he's only talking about one event which is Emery's maintenance history. Edit2: Thanks for the Gold! For future capping I have fixed the notifications aka turned them off and as for the buffer, no idea why that happened. . Besides those, however, this was really well put together. I have cut out the ads and had to re-encode the video Which is why it's a bit late Dailymotion.
I'd expect the same from an aircraft mechanic. The cause of the crash was a disconnection of the right elevator control tab. I capped this and uploaded it. Not the best, but I don't use those sites. Edit: On second thought, now that I've briefly reviewed my grammar - is the past perfect tense really necessary here? They had a sordid history with regards to maintenance practices. . .
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