cocoricot posted:

I think it is (a).
It is a cleft sentence.

Yes, you are right, Coco. Very good. The answer is (a):

  • It was only ten days ago that she started her new job.
    (comes from: She started her new job ten days ago.)

Des3 has given an incorrect answer. The answer is NOT (c) or (b). In order for "since" to work, two things would need to be different. "Ago" would need to be deleted, and "was" would need to be changed to "is" or "has been":

  • It is only ten days since she started her new job.
  • It has only been ten days since she started her new job.

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