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Inflation has made many Americans reevaluate their assumptions about the future; they still expect to live better than their parents have, but not so well as they once thought they could.

(A) they still expect to live better than their parents have
(B) they still expect to live better than their parents did
(C) they still expect to live better than their parents had
(D) still expecting to live better than their parents had
(E) still expecting to live better than did their parents

OA = B
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12 Apr 2006, 02:46
I am going for B.

Sentences separated by semi-colon should be able to stand on their own. This eliminates D and E
There is no need for a progressive tense here. Hence A and C out.
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12 Apr 2006, 08:45
B.

D, E out.

B is simple past tense, as the rest of the clause they once thought they could.
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428.

Inflation has made many Americans reevaluate their assumptions about the future; they still expect to live better than their parents have, but not so well as they once thought they could.

(A) they still expect to live better than their parents have (perfect present)
(B) they still expect to live better than their parents did (simple past)
(C) they still expect to live better than their parents had (perfect past)
(D) still expecting to live better than their parents had
(E) still expecting to live better than did their parents

OA = B
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12 Apr 2006, 15:33
^ B ^

I think it would be better if you posted the OA later !!
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12 Apr 2006, 21:02
selene wrote:
^ B ^

I think it would be better if you posted the OA later !!

How did u see the OA?

I should I made it invisible (for my own reference)!!!
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12 Apr 2006, 21:51
One more for B. Agree with the experts
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