Student or Learner
In good hands, the harpsichord will always have things to offer ----.
A) that its value has never been doubted
B) which other musical instruments cannot
C) if yet another challenge had to be faced
D) even when the performances were not quiteflawless
E) since a substantial amount of his early period has been recorded
I think A, you?
Then, the sentence shouldn't have been asked like this?
In good hands, the harpsichord will always have things to offer, ----.