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Adult pelicans store fish in a deep, expandable pouch below the lower

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Adult pelicans store fish in a deep, expandable pouch below the lower mandible, of which the young feed.

A. of which the young feed
B. being for the feeding of the young
C. from which the young feed
D. that it feeds the young from
E. young feed from

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Adult pelicans store fish in a deep, expandable pouch below the lower mandible, of which the young feed.

A. of which the young feed
B. being for the feeding of the young
C. from which the young feed
D. that it feeds the young from
E. young feed from


the correct idiom is from which

C
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Adult pelicans store fish in a deep, expandable pouch below the lower mandible, of which the young feed.
A ○ of which the young feed
B○ being for the feeding of the young
C○ from which the young feed
D ○ that it feeds the young from
E○ young feed from
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New post 16 Dec 2017, 20:48
Not very sure though, but C makes sense to me.

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New post 17 Dec 2017, 21:22
C makes sense to me too. “From which” is the correct idiom.
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