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Some museums regard themselves as keepers rather than owners of art

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Some museums regard themselves as keepers rather than owners of art, responsible for conserving it in the present and letting it go where circumstances are auspicious to do it in the future.


A. letting it go where circumstances are auspicious to do it in the future

B. letting them go where circumstances are auspicious to do so in the future

C. letting them go when circumstances are auspicious to do it in the future

D. letting it go when circumstances are auspicious to do so in the future

E. letting it go when circumstances are auspicious to do it in the future

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+1 for D.

A. letting it go where circumstances are auspicious to do it in the future

B. letting them go where circumstances are auspicious to do so in the future

C. letting them go when circumstances are auspicious to do it in the future

D. letting it go when circumstances are auspicious to do so in the future --> Correct, 'art - it (singular)', 'to do so' over 'to do it'

E. letting it go when circumstances are auspicious to do it in the future

Hence, D.
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A. letting it go (where) circumstances are auspicious to do (it) in the future

B. letting (them) go (where) circumstances are auspicious to do so in the future

C. letting (them) go when circumstances are auspicious to do( it )in the future

D. letting it go when circumstances are auspicious to do so in the future - correct

E. letting it go when circumstances are auspicious to do (it)in the future

So, instead of it, should be used to represent an action.
When should be used to modify time.

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IMO - D is the answer.

A. letting it go "where" circumstances are auspicious to do "it" in the future - Incorrect - It has no antecedent. Also, where is incorrectly used here. Where refers to place.

B. letting "them" go "where" circumstances are auspicious to do so in the future - Incorrect - Them is wrong here. It should be used.

C. letting "them" go when circumstances are auspicious to do "it" in the future - Incorrect - Them is wrong here. It should be used, also it is incorrect here.

D. letting it go when circumstances are auspicious to do so in the future - Correct

E. letting it go when circumstances are auspicious to do 'it' in the future - Incorrect - It is wrong here.

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Some museums regard themselves as keepers rather than owners of art, responsible for conserving it in the present and letting it go where circumstances are auspicious to do it in the future.


A. letting it go where circumstances are auspicious to do it in the future

B. letting them go where circumstances are auspicious to do so in the future

C. letting them go when circumstances are auspicious to do it

D. letting it go when circumstances are auspicious to do so

E. letting it go when circumstances are auspicious to do it in the future




A. letting it go where circumstances are auspicious to do it in the future --Do what in the future ?

B. letting them go where circumstances are auspicious to do so in the future -- usage of them is incorrect .

C. letting them go when circumstances are auspicious to do it in the future --same as A and the usage of them

D. letting it go when circumstances are auspicious to do so in the future --correct !!

E. letting it go when circumstances are auspicious to do it in the future -- same as A !!
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