What's happened

Test No. [color=blue]incompl/inter-19 “A Collision - Finish this Story”, question 8

I’m walking right up to the crowd now to see .

(a) what’s happen
(b) what’s happens
© what’s happend
(d) what’s occuring

Test No. [color=blue]incompl/inter-19 “A Collision - Finish this Story”, answer 8

I’m walking right up to the crowd now to see what’s happend.

Correct answer: © what’s happend

Your answer was: [color=red]incorrect
I’m walking right up to the crowd now to see what’s occuring.
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I think I erred because in the correct sentence is missing an E. I should read "what’s happened? that’s why I did not choose this one.

Am I right?

That sentence is a bit confusing because it can work almost anyway. you can use what you wrote:

I’m walking right up to the crowd now to see what’s happend

meaning the accident has already happend which makes more sense to me.

because:

I’m walking right up to the crowd now to see what’s occuring.

thats present tense so there isnt going to be a crowd watching a car accident haha. Your answer seems more reasonable. Answer C also works.

Only answer © is correct because what’s occurring is not good idiomatic English.

As for the missing e in happened we’ll amend that, thanks for pointing out, Richard.[YSaerTTEW443543]

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