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Which of the following sentences contains a verb in the simple past tense? A. We helped Joan to pack her things. B. She would like to join us. C. Jenna has driven this route multiple
times. D. I was working overtime for about six months.
B. Jenna has driven this route multiple times.
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User: Which of the following sentences contains a verb in the simple past tense? A. We helped Joan to pack her things. B. She would like to join us. C. Jenna has driven this route multiple times. D. I was working overtime for about six months.

Weegy: B. Jenna has driven this route multiple times.
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User: To show emphasis, what helping verb would you use to fill in the blank in this sentence? I _______ think I have mastered French pronunciation. A. can B. must C. do D. might

Weegy: The answer is c. do.
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