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Could you check my answers, I have a trouble with some grammar? American English 1)He _____. That’s why he’s out of breath. a. runs +b. has been running c. was running d. ran 2)After what the manager said this morning, I didn’t _____ him about the problems I’ve been having. a. dare telling b. dare tell +c. dare to telling d. dare it telling 3)I don’t know when we _____ to a new house. a. have moved +b. will move c. had moved d. move 4)It’s difficult to believe that this film _____ completely by computer. a. was to generate b. was been generating c. has generated +d. has been generated 5)He doesn’t remember _____ this book before. +a. reading b. to read c. read d. have read 6)When we got to the airport, I realized I _____ my passport at home. a. was left +b. had left c. had been leaving d. left Thank you
May 10, 2016 6:24 AM
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1. b, c, or d work. 2. B. 3. B 4. D ok. Or: was generated. Depending on whether or not they're still making the movie or not. 5. A ok. Better: having read 6. B or D.
May 10, 2016
All are correct except number 2, which should be "I didn't dare tell him...."
May 10, 2016
I think. 2= a or I didn't dare to tell him
May 10, 2016
All your answers are correct apart from Q2, which should be B. By the way, you might be pleased to hear that when it comes to straightforward grammar, English is just English. There was no need for you to specify 'American English' : these questions would have the identical answers regardless of whether you're in the US, Canada, Australia, NZ, Britain, Ireland, South Africa, the Caribbean....... there is only one English grammar!
May 10, 2016
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