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Can any English anons help me with this one? I would really like ecplanation on why if I am wrong.
Thanks.
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>>576092
Also I just did the sentence 5 and 6 with my feeling. I would like to explain that one.
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The children discovered the dog had followed them up to this point. If they discovered he was following them they would already known he was behind them but had taken a few turns and realised he was still there. You could argue that both work.

You wouldn't say normally you were getting lost. As it implies you havnt finished getting lost yet. They are lost. So they discovered the had got lost.

You are right. So far. The girl didn't bring her camera so she didn't take a picture. For extra points you should say she was unable to take a picture or she couldn't take a picture. It's good English not to repeat the word didn't in this case.
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>>576112
Thanks anon
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>>576112
>The girl didn't bring her camera so she didn't take a picture.
She *hadn't brought* her camera so she didn't/couldn't take a photo.

Bringing something/not bringing something is an enduring state, so you use the past perfect:





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