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Having listened to the committee argue for hours, we finally left.

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Having listened to the committee argue for hours, we finally left.

A. left
B. had left
C. were leaving
D. had been leaving
E. leave

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Having listened to the committee argue for hours, we finally left.

A. left
B. had left
C. were leaving
D. had been leaving
E. leave

What's the source of this problem please ?

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gmatFalcon wrote:
Having listened to the committee argue for hours, we finally left.



A. left
B. had left
C. were leaving
D. had been leaving
E. leave

What's the source of this problem please ?

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gmatFalcon wrote:
alokgupta1009 wrote:
gmatFalcon wrote:
Having listened to the committee argue for hours, we finally left.



A. left
B. had left
C. were leaving
D. had been leaving
E. leave

What's the source of this problem please ?

Kaplan

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Ok, thanks.

will go with A.

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Re: Having listened to the committee argue for hours, we finally left.  [#permalink]

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New post 28 Dec 2017, 12:47
Had is wrong in this context as their are no 2 past actions.
Eliminate B and D.
Continuous tense is not sensical.
Eliminate C

Boils down to A and E

left is the correct tense.

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