I don’t think I _____ him yet.

A. have been meeting
B. met
C. have met
D. had not


Correct Answer: C. have met

Detail About MCQs

“Have met” is the correct present perfect tense construction, indicating an action that began in the past and has relevance to the present.

“Met” (option B) is the past simple tense and could work, but the use of the present perfect tense “have met” is more appropriate in this context.

“Have been meeting” (option A) would imply an ongoing or repeated action, which might not be suitable for this sentence.

“Had not” (option D) is not suitable for completing the sentence in a grammatically correct way.

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