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    wears \ have worn.

    Hello everyone
    I came across to this question which confused me a little bit.
    The question is
    Kate always wears trousers.But today she .............. a skirt.
    what do you think the tense of the second sentence should be
    1- wears
    2- have worn

    thanks in advance


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    Re: wears \ have worn.

    Quote Originally Posted by herbiji View Post
    Hello everyone
    I came across to this question which confused me a little bit.
    The question is
    Kate always wears trousers.But today she .............. a skirt.
    what do you think the tense of the second sentence should be
    1- wears
    2- have worn

    thanks in advance
    I don't think either is correct.

    I think the (most likely) options are:

    wore
    has worn
    is wearing
    is going to/will wear


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    Re: wears \ have worn.

    Oooooops
    I am sorry, the second choice is
    1- has worn. I don't remember how I wrote ( have worn ) :oops. It's a kind of typo
    Anyway. Thanks so much for your help
    Last edited by herbiji; 30-Dec-2008 at 09:26.

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