## jfistel1 2 years ago 7. Charlie, then, was looking forward to the upcoming trip that they are taking together. A) Charlie, then, was looking forward to the upcoming trip that they would be taking together. B) Charlie, then, looked forward to the upcoming trip that they are taking together. C) no change

1. jfistel1

im stuck

2. happykiddo

A...... "looking forward" would imply that the trip has not happened yet so "would be taking" is the correct way to write. look up present and past tense online

3. jfistel1

can you help me on a couple more to make sure they are right

4. happykiddo

sure

5. jfistel1

i put B... Charlie finally figured out how Jared did it: you prepare your clothes and shower the night before so that you're ready the next morning in a snap. A) Charlie finally figured out how Jared did it: you prepared your clothes and showered the night before so that you're ready the next morning in a snap. B) Charlie finally figured out how Jared did it: he prepared his clothes and showered the night before so that he was ready the next morning in a snap. C) no change

6. happykiddo

but im doing math right now, so just give me all the ones you want checked and i'll get back to you in 10min.

7. happykiddo

10 to 20 min........

8. happykiddo

B... your explaining how you found out Jared did it so you would use the process in which "he" did it