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Prompted by observations of seemingly related species in neighboring locales that he made during his five-year voyage around the world on the HMS Beagle, Charles Darwin conceived his theory of natural selection in which all species evolved over time from a single ancestor or very few common ancestors.


A. in which all species evolved over time from a single ancestor or very few common ancestors

B. in which all species evolve from a single ancestor or very few common ancestors over time

C. whereby over time all species evolve from a single ancestor or very few common ancestors

D. whereby all species have evolved over time from a single ancestor or very few common ancestors

E. whereby all species evolved over time from a single ancestor or very few common ancestors

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New post 25 Jan 2019, 20:32
+1 for D
As animals are still evolving we need to use present perfect tense, and have evolved fits the bill perfectly.
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New post 26 Jan 2019, 00:40
@GMATNinja:- between A & D, is D only correct because it uses 'whereby' instead of 'in which'?
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New post 03 Feb 2019, 11:07
Would also want to know Manat. I chose A

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