Subject UnknownIs the verb form used right or wrong? Correct it if it is wrong.The weather is awful. It is raining all day.

Is the verb form used right or wrong? Correct it if it is wrong.


The weather is awful. It is raining all day.


  1. A
    The used verb form is wrong; the correct form is – has rained.
  2. B
    The used verb form is correct.
  3. C
    The used verb form is wrong; the correct form is – has been raining.
  4. D
    The used verb form is wrong; the correct form is – will rain. 

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    Solution:

            To determine the right response, let's look at each of the provided options:
            Option '1' - This choice is incorrect because, even though the verb form used is incorrect, the corrected verb form also provided is inaccurate. Has rained cannot be used since the present perfect tense is required in the provided statement.
            Option '2' cannot be the right response since the given statement must be corrected because it is obviously incorrect.
            The given verb form, "has been raining," is a present perfect continuous tense, so option ‘3’ appears to be the correct response.
            The future tense of the verb is included in the corrected form, so option '4' cannot be the right response.
     
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