Fill in the blank with the proper option: Maria’s English wasn’t very good. Now it is much better. ________________

A .
Her English is improving.
B .
Her English had improved.
C .
Her English has improved.
D .
Her English was improved.
Asked on December 27, 2019 byavatarUvesh Ganesh
The action which started in the past and is continuing in the present is indicated using present perfect tense. Such a situation is being expressed in the sentence given.
The syntax for present perfect tense is:
has (for singular subject) / have ( with plural subject) + verb in its third form
‘Her English’ is a singular subject, therefore the correct answer is: Her English has improved.

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