Hello, everyone! While I was preparing for a test, I got a drill question below, which asks me find out a sentence that includes a wrong part in itself. (a) A : Did you hear that Tim and Amy are getting divorced ? (b) B : No. How could that be? (c) A : Apparently, they've had problems for a while. (d) B : That's sad. What about the kids? The answer sheet pointed at (A), but I have not been able to figure out the reason. My first feeble assumption is the reason of the wrong is about the tense. I think I can say Tim and Amy would divorde or Tim and Amy were getting divorced. However, if their divoce has not done and is supposed to happen in future, could I say 'Did you hear that Tim and Amy will divorced ?" If it is possible, is the reason of the error in the phrase of be getting divorced? I'm sorry my question is messed up. But, now I'm messed up. Could you teach me please? Many thanks in advance!