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Select the correct verb form for the sentence. Megan is known for _____ any means necessary to get the job done. employs, employ, employed, or employing

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    employing.

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    Yes, 'employing' is the correct answer as it's a Present participle which means it is something occuring in the present and continuing. (Megan is 'employing' now and will continue to do so.) Both employs and employ are present tense of the verb (to employ), employed is past tense.

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