Post a New Question

English

posted by on .

I need to match a sentence from group A with one from group B that is in the same tense.
Group A.
1.I've been to several countries.
2.I've been working here for 10 years.
3.She was walking down the road.

Group B.

A.They were reading all afternoon.
B.Has he been drinking again?
c.He lives in London.
I think the correct order are.
1B,2A,3C

  • English - ,

    You've mixed up sentences 1 and 2.

    The first sentence verb is in the past tense (have been), implying action that happened in the past and is now completed. Sentence A. also is in the past tense and the action (reading) is completed.

    Sentences 2 and B imply action that has been and is ongoing. The actions may not be completed yet.

Answer This Question

First Name:
School Subject:
Answer:

Related Questions

More Related Questions

Post a New Question