TSI Writing: Using the Future Perfect Tense of a Verb
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Select the best version of the italicized part of the sentence. If you think the original sentence is best, choose the first answer.
Is it certain that the opening of the new skate park, scheduled for next Sunday, would be delayed at least two weeks?
bummer The show must go on though so let's get
back to fixing agreement problems and not illegally skating on
various outdoor fixtures As fun as that may be alright
to fix this problem the verb needs that change to
the future perfect tense to show that the skate park
opening is gonna be delayed it will be delayed not
would be will be got it using would be creates
a shift from the present to future conditional like on
what conditions would the future happen which doesn't make sense
so get rid of a they're inserting having been turns
a sentence into a fragment because well then we're using
a gerund phrase and seven actual verb and we're waiting
for the gasoline in the engine there show up and
changing would be too had been chips the verb from
present to past perfect which just makes no sense so
that's it it's D will be And we will be