Here was the comment from Friday 1-14-11:
there use to be a better one what happen to it
- Punctuation should appear at the end of both clauses. A period (.) should appear after one, and a question mark (?) should appear after it.
- Once new sentences are created, make sure you have capitalized the first word in each sentence. The T in there and the W in what should be capitalized.
- When “use” + “to” is intended for a past ongoing action that no longer happens, “use” should appear in the past: used to.
- Since there used to be one, and now it’s gone, something happened (in the past) to it. The commenter is asking what happened, so happen should be in the past simple.
- Finally, a better what? The person uses the word one, but doesn’t specify what one represents. Basically, you’re looking at a pronoun without an antecedent. Make sure your pronouns have nouns they can easily refer to.
A corrected version might look like this:
There used to be a better one. What happened to it?