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Between 1900 and 2000, Protestantism in the US will (have

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Between 1900 and 2000, Protestantism in the US will (have dwindled from comprising two-thirds of the population to accounting) for a little more than one-third

A. The same
B. have been dwindled from two-thirds of the population to accounting
C. have dwindled from two-thirds of the population to account
D. dwindle from comprising two-thirds of the population to account
E. dwindle from two-thirds of the population to account

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have-present perfect

It is D- RK , make sure you catch error fast :lol: :lol:

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Any other? :roll:

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between and will have been?

I would vote for D, but it is not 100% parallel.

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I choose E, because none other seem to be parallel
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New post 22 Jul 2003, 14:32
Like mciatto, I would also choose A.

Parallel seems fine: "have dwindled from comprising ... to accounting for..."

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A??

The action starts in past and end in future.

this is perfectly reflectd in choice A, by will have

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New post 22 Jul 2003, 18:51
Good!
The answer is A. Evensflow and Martinmag, I found your explanations clear.

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New post 23 Jul 2003, 15:49
stolyar wrote:
2000 is the future?
back to the future...



2000 is not future...

But notice the verb "will"..

Probably this sentence was framed before 2000 :).

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