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D. has gone is the correct option.

Here this sentence, puts stress on the disappearing of the coffee mug, hence has gone id the main  verb.

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I think drink because verb means work so by drinking we are showing that we are busy with some work that we are drinking
No , as drink is not happening at the moment i mean it is a verb but not the main verb, And Has is a helping verb and gone is also verb so she is right :) and I'm too ;)
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The coffee mug that I drink out of every morning HAS GONE missing D. Has Gone is the correct option The sentence has both the kind of verbs the action verb and the helping verb. Has is the Helping Verb Gone is the action verb
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