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Posted Friday, June 29, 2007 - Post #18294
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Ron, had this before, but with so many changes in the meantime can not find the point on how to move/delete the "has/had" from the beginning of this phrase to the end. A verb needs to be at the end in Japanese.(in most of the cases)
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There is a little mistake in the Dictionary. The phase you want is PhMalesFemalesUnknowns but the annotation line is wrong

 <!-- 0= Personal Pronoun, 2=have/had, 3=html list of Males, Females & Unknowns-->
 <PhMalesFemalesUnknowns T="{  }{\U}{!0} {!1} {2h}." />

should be

 <!-- 0= Personal Pronoun, 1=have/had, 2=html list of Males, Females & Unknowns-->
 <PhMalesFemalesUnknowns T="{  }{\U}{!0} {!1} {2h}." />

and you can use

 <PhMalesFemalesUnknowns T="{  }{\U}{!0} {2h} {!1}." />




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