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After the accident, I...........to hospital in an ambulance.

a) was taken b) am taken c) had been taken

I go for (a). Is (c) OK?

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What exactly is the wording of the question that you are asked?

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Is it OK to say, 'After the accident, I had been taken to hospital in an ambulance'?

I thought that this was a question from a multiple-choice test. Is it a question from a test, or is it a question that you have devised yourself?

It is a multiple-choice question from a test.

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It is a multiple-choice question from a test.

I asked "What exactly is the wording of the question that you are asked?" You replied "Is it OK to say, 'After the accident, I had been taken to hospital in an ambulance'?". I don't understand how that can be the question that you are asked in the test. The question in the test will presumably begin "Please choose ..." or something similar.

Here is the question I asked:

After the accident, I...........to hospital in an ambulance.

a) was taken b) am taken c) had been taken

I go for (a) . My question : Is the third choice " had been taken" (c) OK as well?

There should be an instruction in the test, probably at the start, that tells you what to do. This will typically be an instruction something like "Please choose ...". Please find this instruction and tell me exactly what it says.

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