Fill in the blank with the appropriate tense form: More has happened in the last week than ___________ in the next year. (happen)
would have happened
None of the above
The correct option is A will happen Tense is used to provide more information about an action ( its time, completeness, etc.). Option A)will happen is the correct answer as "next year" indicates the use of simple future tense.
The other options are incorrect as the sentence compares the previous events (last week's events) to a prediction (next year). Therefore, neither present nor future perfect tense can be used in the subordinate clause. Option D is incorrect as the correct answer has already been chosen.