Choose the best sentence closer to complete the sentence below. running swiftly, we caught the train select the best answer from the choices provided just before it left the station because we liked driving to work in order to arrive at work late although it had already left the station
The right answer is "just before it left the station."
Explanation: Just to elaborate further on the answer, it can also be added that the other three options are incorrect and do not make sense. If they caught the train it does not make sense to say that it was because they liked driving to work, so that option should be discarded. In addition, if they ran swiftly in order to catch the train it does not make sense to add that they did it in order to arrive at work late - just the opposite. Finally, if, by running swiftly, they were able to catch the train, it could not have already left the station. Therefore, the only valid option is "just before it left the station."
This is the correct sentence construction for the statement above. You are writing a verb that is happening in the Present tense and are describing series of events that have occurred in multiple successions.
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