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Plants in the arctic region can survive under extreme conditions because they have a system that kept them from freezing.

A. that kept
B. which is keeping
C. that has kept
D. that keeps
E. that has been keeping
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Imo C.
Since it's an eternal state, so it should be in present tense.


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the answer should be D , simple tense keeps should be used .

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...they have a system that kept them from...

Since this is a universally true statement . Simple Present tense verb should be used. Kept incorrectly means that the system doesnt prevails now.

option D is correct

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The answer should be D. Can survive is simple tense.
A. that kept- Past tense
B. which is keeping- continuous tense
C. that has kept- past perfect
D. that keeps (right answer)
E. that has been keeping- present continuous

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