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1.I started play the oboe because [I've heard] it was a challenging instrument
(a) no change
(b) I'd have heard
(c)I've been hearing
(d) I'd heard
2. That was [four years ago and, I've] enjoyed learning to play
(f) no change
(g) four years ago, and I've
(h) four years ago; and I've
(j) four years ago. And I've

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