Question 29: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions. No other student in his class is as successful as Pat.
For Harold to participate in our new project is silly because he doesn’t know anything about our company.
A. Harold could not join our new project with limited knowledge of our company.
B. Harold must have known so little about our company that he didn’t participate in the new project.
C. We shouldn’t have let Harold join the new project because he doesn’t know much about our company.
D. We will join the new project with Harold as long as he knows a lot about our company
Structure: Modal perfect
– should + have + VII: should have done something but didn’t
– shouldn’t + have + VII: shouldn’t have done something but did.