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# Books in European libraries last longer than books in

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Books in European libraries last longer than books in libraries in the United States
because, although the climate in Europe is fairly humid, libraries there are not subjected
to the extremes of temperature and humidity that
damage collections in the United States.
A. because, although the climate in Europe is fairly humid, libraries there are not
subjected to the extremes of temperature and humidity that
B. because, although the climate in Europe is fairly humid, libraries there are not
subject of the extremes of temperature and humidity as those that
C. because, although the climate in Europe is fairly humid, libraries there are not
subjected to the extremities of temperature and humidity as
D. because the climate in Europe is fairly humid, but still libraries there are not
subject of the extremes of temperature and humidity as
E. because the climate in Europe is fairly humid, but libraries there are not subjected
to the extremities of temperature and humidity such as those that

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30 Nov 2008, 02:10
A.
"subject to" is correct
extremes > extremities

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30 Nov 2008, 04:02
What's the source of this question?

I cannot understand very well "libraries there are not subjected to the extremes of temperature"

and it is in all answers (except the matter of extremes and extremeties)

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Re: SC-European libraries   [#permalink] 30 Nov 2008, 04:02
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