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16 Nov 2014

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Another point worth making in viewing the semantic territory covered by the tense-aspect system as a map is that the borders between the various regions of the map which prove to be most problematic.

In this sentence, where is a verb
after is that the borders between ... ?
I cannot find the verb, which is mysterious because after the "that" you should have a subject and a verb.
If there's no verb, then shouldn't it be said, "Another point worth ... is the borders ... which prove to be most problematic."

Could you help?

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