2. F. NO CHANGE G. won H. wins J. would win Next, compare the remaining answers to each other. Choice (J) uses the past tense of the helping verb will, but there are no clues in the non-underlined portion that would justify such a shift. Choice (G) is correct because it’s consistent with the other past tense verb, received. Vexed by verbs? Review all the rules for verbs, including tenses, in the next chapter. Don’t skip from question to question. The non-underlined text provides context you need.
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