the most reliable source of information which exists/existed at present

josemarivalladolid

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Thank you for the forum. I have a specific question about participle clauses, If you have the sentence: "Internet, as a whole, is the most reliable source of information which exists at present." Could you write instead?..: "Internet, as a whole, is the most reliable source of information existed at present" Thanks in advance.
 
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  • fenixpollo

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    No, "existed" in past tense does not fit with "at present".

    ...que existió en este momento. :cross:

    What are you trying to say in Spanish?
     

    josemarivalladolid

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    I think that Ballenero was right, that was the meaning I was looking for. if you Fenixpollo have a better option you can tell it. Teachers ask us to change the relative clause into a participle clause in class. Thank you both.
     
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