- For Teachers
--Bob! How's your project? I heard you started it last week, right?
--Oh! I ______ for it. But I haven't decided when to do it.
A. have prepared B. had prepared
C. have been preparing D. was preparing
The given answer is C. But I think A is fine too. Am I right?
Thank you in advance.
She was preparing for examination.
They prepared themselves for unpleasant news.
She is preparing a paper for presentation.
They were preparing to leave.
Parents should prepare children to cope with life.
Excuse me, but the following comparison suggests itself:
Prepare a report.
I prepare myself for a report.
She is preparing a presentation.
She is preparing herself for a presentation.
I prepare an interview.
I prepare myself for an interview.
Great events are prepared.
I am prepared to face the great events.
I am prepared for the great events.
If you have a project to do, you can prepare (yourself) for it in all situations IMO.