pollution has damaged the environment around me
The car was damaged beyond repair.
Or is it a simple sentence?
A misspelled word could be said to be damaged, for exaple. I don't know how the package got damaged!
"Their friendship was irreparably damaged."
Had been damaged.
It's supposed to be 'vehicle' And the answer the sentence 'The vehicle has been damaged
The shipper damaged the package.The tornado damaged half the town.Though houses were damaged, residents vowed to rebuild.
The correct one would be HAS DAMAGED. It is because the speaker is saying after the car has been damaged.
The cathedral was badly damaged by the earthquake
A vague pronoun is a pronoun that lacks a clear antecedent.In the sentence, "Even though the car backed in the wall it was not damaged.", it's not clear which noun the pronoun 'it' represents. The car was not damaged or the wall was not damaged. The pronoun 'it' is the vague pronoun.The sentence must be revised to show which noun the pronoun 'it' replaces. Examples:The car was not damaged even though it backed into the wall.The wall was not damaged even though the car backed into it.
The conjunction is "but."