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Since the rise of his designs, Frank Lloyd Wright _______ an icon of modern architecture.

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It seems to me that you'll need a verb phrase to complete that sentence because there's no verb there yet.

You'll need a verb tense that shows that a state started in the past (since the rise of his designs) and continues into the present.

Any ideas? What would you put in the blank?

CJ

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has become

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has become

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The right answer is "has become"

Explanation can be found here

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Why are we still beating this dead horse?

The question was asked and answered months ago.

The OP wasn't even interested enough to try to answer it.

CJ