English - Ms. Sue

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Her rolls always rise properly.

A.risen
B.raised
C.rised
D.no change necessary

The underlined word is rise. I think it is D. no change??

  • English - Ms. Sue -

    D yes. remember its not present, nor past, nor future, but continual. (whatever, its D)

  • English - Ms. Sue -

    Right.

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    Thank you very much!!

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