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Sentence Correction: Tenses - Present Perfect

Recently, the demand for organic food and health products is increasing.

This answer choice is grammatically incorrect and repeats the original Tenses error by using the Past Simple (increased) with the time expression Recently. Recently is indicative of the Present Perfect tense. Recently means in the past, but not so long ago and implies that an action is still taking place. In this question, the action described began recently and continues to the present.

This answer choice is grammatically incorrect and repeats the original Tenses error by using the Future (will increase) with the time expression Recently. Recently is indicative of the Present Perfect tense. Recently means in the past, but not so long ago and implies that an action is still taking place. In this question, the action described began recently and continues to the present.

This answer choice is grammatically incorrect and repeats the original Tenses error by using the Present Simple (increases) with the time expression Recently. Recently is indicative of the Present Perfect tense. Recently means in the past, but not so long ago and implies that an action is still taking place. In this question, the action described began recently and continues to the present.

This answer choice is grammatically incorrect because it uses the Present Progressive (is increasing) with the time expression Recently. Recently is indicative of the Present Perfect tense. Recently means in the past, but not so long ago and implies that an action is still taking place. In this question, the action described began recently and continues to the present.

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This answer choice correctly uses the Present Perfect tense with the time expression Recently.

is increasing
increases
has increased
will increase
increased