Thank you very much for letting me know what you as a native speaker / English teacher would use in the above sentence.
Well, the anwer to the question above is B in the studybook, I'm afraid. Would you please tell me what you think of the question? Do you still think the question itself is viable and effective for an English word test? Or, do you think otherwise?
David's magazine article on the _________ future of Online Journalism
has received various reactions from journalists and editors around the
I see that both B and C fit in the blank. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
With respect to tdol's reply, although it's not possible in British English, it's OK in North American English. The phrase unforeseen future is common. It means, unknown future (i.e. not forseen, not known at this time, unknown). forseeable on the other hand means, able to see now.