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The most common breed of rabbit, Oryctolagus cuniculus, is native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing decades of habitat destruction and crop devastation before its numbers were finally brought under control by bounty hunters.

A. is native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing
B. is a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, which caused
C. was a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing
D. had been native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, which caused
E. had been a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing

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The most common breed of rabbit, Oryctolagus cuniculus, is native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing
decades of habitat destruction and crop devastation before its numbers were finally brought under control by bounty hunters.

○○ is native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian
continent in the 1850s, causing
○○ is a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian
continent in the 1850s, which caused
○○ was a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian
continent in the 1850s, causing
○○ had been native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian
continent in the 1850s, which caused
○○ had been a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the
Australian continent in the 1850s, causing
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for humans is a native to is correct
but animals is a native of is the right usage I guess
and since it is still native to Europe was native to cannot be used.
Is it answer option B?
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ShravyaAlladi wrote:
for humans is a native to is correct
but animals is a native of is the right usage I guess
and since it is still native to Europe was native to cannot be used.
Is it answer option B?


B is incorrect because it has which. Which is referring to Australian continent which is illogical here.

Note : 'native of' is used only for people, yes. the situation is a little more complicated for 'native to', which could potentially refer either to people or to species/things.

Hence, since we have another error in B, we can eliminate B and mark A as the answer.
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anurag7mukharya wrote:
The most common breed of rabbit, Oryctolagus cuniculus, is native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing
decades of habitat destruction and crop devastation before its numbers were finally brought under control by bounty hunters.

○○ is native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian
continent in the 1850s, causing
○○ is a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian
continent in the 1850s, which caused
○○ was a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian
continent in the 1850s, causing
○○ had been native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian
continent in the 1850s, which caused
○○ had been a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the
Australian continent in the 1850s, causing


NOTE : NATIVE TO is used for animals..For ex Kangaroo is native to Austrialia
and NATIVE OF is used for humans... For ex: Anurag is native of India.


So choices A and D remain.
A is correct option. Cause is in the clause and result starting with ING-verb.
D is incorrect because which is referring to the period 1850. Had been means it is still native to Europe.

Hope this is useful..
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A, as in D had been implies that the rabbit ceased to be native to Europe


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anurag7mukharya wrote:
The most common breed of rabbit, Oryctolagus cuniculus, is native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing
decades of habitat destruction and crop devastation before its numbers were finally brought under control by bounty hunters.

○○ is native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian
continent in the 1850s, causing
○○ is a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian
continent in the 1850s, which caused
○○ was a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian
continent in the 1850s, causing
○○ had been native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian
continent in the 1850s, which caused
○○ had been a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the
Australian continent in the 1850s, causing



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The most common breed of rabbit, Oryctolagus cuniculus, is native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing
decades of habitat destruction and crop devastation before its numbers were finally brought under control by bounty hunters.

○○ is native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian
continent in the 1850s, causing
○○ is a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian
continent in the 1850s, which caused which modifies 1850s
○○ was a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian
continent in the 1850s, causing was a native is incorrect, is should be used
○○ had been native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian
continent in the 1850s, which caused which modifies 1850s
○○ had been a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the
Australian continent in the 1850s, causinghad been a native is incorrect, is should be used
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Native to X - denotes that species belong to X region

Native of X - meaning humans belonging to that region - maybe ancestors from that region or born there


Boils down to two choices which uses native of X correctly.


blah blah, causing X - it modifies the entire clause correctly which shows a result of an action

second option which caused doesn't fit the bill.
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The most common breed of rabbit, Oryctolagus cuniculus, is native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing decades of habitat destruction and crop devastation before its numbers were finally brought under control by bounty hunters.

A. is native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing
B. is a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, which caused
C. was a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing
D. had been native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, which caused
E. had been a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing
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The most common breed of rabbit, Oryctolagus cuniculus, is native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing decades of habitat destruction and crop devastation before its numbers were finally brought under control by bounty hunters.

A. is native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing
B. is a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, which caused
C. was a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing
D. had been native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, which caused
E. had been a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing


A. is native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing ----Correct. "causing"
modifies the previous clause "accidentally introduced into the Australian"

B. is a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, which caused ----"native of". "which" is a relative pronoun and needs a noun antecedent.
C. was a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing------incorrect tense.
rabbit is still existing, only its number has been brought under control

D. had been native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, which caused -----sames error as C
E. had been a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing-----sames error as C
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New post 24 Aug 2017, 03:38
This question contains an error of idiom.
Native of is used for people and native to is used for animals.
Hence we are left with A and D only. Usage of "which" and tense is wrong in D.

A. is native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing
B. is a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, which caused
C. was a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing
D. had been native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, which caused
E. had been a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing
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The most common breed of rabbit, Oryctolagus cuniculus, is native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing decades of habitat destruction and crop devastation before its numbers were finally brought under control by bounty hunters.

A. is native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing
B. is a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, which caused
C. was a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing
D. had been native to Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, which caused
E. had been a native of Europe but was accidentally introduced into the Australian continent in the 1850s, causing



"is native " is a condition which exist indefinitely , so, it should be in simple present. past or past perfect is incorrect. we can not use past simple because this condition is still right now. we can not use past perfect because this condition dose not happen before a past action.
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