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I scored 4/5, failing the 4th question because I answered 'have started' without thinking too much about it. After thinking more about it, I tend to agree that it should be 'started'. The present perfect can not be used when a specific time is mentioned. 'ten years' can be considered a specific time expression; furthermore, the starting is, indeed, an action that started and ended at a specific time in the past -- hence the simle past tense. It is not the starting that is an action continuing up until now; that action is the working itself.

Oh, this thread is really old. I didn't see that.
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4 out of 5 :/
4/5 !!!
Hope, it'll be 100% next time.
haha, I got 5/5
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4 out of 5.
THANK YOU FOR THE TEST i think it will help a lot to approve my english...i got 4 out of 5Emotion: smile
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JCDenton3) I finally met the girl who I Select've heardheardhad heardwas hearing so much about.
It should be "whom", not "who".
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