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# SC Inflation

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Joined: 22 May 2003
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19 Dec 2003, 14:13
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Senior Manager
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19 Dec 2003, 15:08
Is it A ?
Shouldn't the sentence be in the present tense ?

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Director
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20 Dec 2003, 09:20
B
A) 'have' has no place in describing what has already happened

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Senior Manager
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20 Dec 2003, 12:38
dj wrote:
B
A) 'have' has no place in describing what has already happened

Why not? "have" refers to how they lived in the past and how they are living now. Maybe people expect to live better than how their parents lived in the past and how their parents are living now.

I still see no strong support for choosing B instead of A...
anyone care explain?

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