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I feel A is better than B. My rationale to choose A is that
the sentence does not have any time reference. If there is
a time reference than we can use simple past -- did. Lacking
time reference forced me to choose A, which uses present perfect
-- have [lived].
B is correct, I believe.
B - here "live" refers to the lifestyle. Thus, simple past is justified because lifestyle of the present generation is compared with that of the previous generation.
A - incomplete because of "have"
C - incomplete because of "had". Also "had lived" gives a wrong connotation that the parents are no more;-)
D & E - "expecting" after ";" without subject is ungrammatical.
Since the OA is not yet given by Bhai, I will give my thoughts about this question too.
D and E are not right for me, because I believe "they" can be used.
I am leaning towards B.
they still expect to live better than their parents did. It sounds better in my ears, and I do believe with this verb you can avoid the repetition.
I live in The Netherlands and we speak Dutch. Dutch, German and English belong all to the German (germaanse) language and many grammar is simular. I sometimes translate sentences to the Dutch language. I was just wondering how many of you are able to do the same and if this is an benefit for you.
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