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Concerned at the increase in accident fatalities, Tennessee adopted a child-passenger protection law requiring the parents of children under four years of age to be restrained in a child safety seat.
(A) the parents of children under four years of age to be restrained in a child safety seat
(B) the restraint of parents of children under four years of age in a child safety seat
(C) that parents restrain children under four years of age in a child safety seat.
(D) that children be restrained under four years of age in a child safety seat by their parents
(E) children to be restrained under four years of age by their parents in a child safety seat
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 [#permalink] New post 14 Mar 2006, 09:23
I will go for "C".

other talk about restraining parents!!
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 [#permalink] New post 14 Mar 2006, 09:28
It has to be "C".

This is subjunctive mood SC. All other choices fail to keep the mood.
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Re: SC Safety seats [#permalink] New post 14 Mar 2006, 11:33
C.

Some of the options suggest that parents be restrained...:)...every child's dream come true.

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Concerned at the increase in accident fatalities, Tennessee adopted a child-passenger protection law requiring the parents of children under four years of age to be restrained in a child safety seat.
(A) the parents of children under four years of age to be restrained in a child safety seat
(B) the restraint of parents of children under four years of age in a child safety seat
(C) that parents restrain children under four years of age in a child safety seat.
(D) that children be restrained under four years of age in a child safety seat by their parents
(E) children to be restrained under four years of age by their parents in a child safety seat
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 [#permalink] New post 14 Mar 2006, 12:27
It s C indeed.
I still don't understand how the sentence can make sense (THE THAT):

Concerned at the increase in accident fatalities, Tennessee adopted a child-passenger protection law requiring the that parents restrain children under four years of age in a child safety seat.
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 [#permalink] New post 14 Mar 2006, 13:00
karlfurt wrote:
It s C indeed.
I still don't understand how the sentence can make sense (THE THAT):

Concerned at the increase in accident fatalities, Tennessee adopted a child-passenger protection law requiring the that parents restrain children under four years of age in a child safety seat.



Late but ^ C ^

It is subjunctive. require + that + sb + V1
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 [#permalink] New post 14 Mar 2006, 14:12
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selene wrote:
karlfurt wrote:
It s C indeed.
I still don't understand how the sentence can make sense (THE THAT):

Concerned at the increase in accident fatalities, Tennessee adopted a child-passenger protection law requiring the that parents restrain children under four years of age in a child safety seat.


Late but ^ C ^

It is subjunctive. require + that + sb + V1

concur with this one.


Yes, but here, it 's require + the + that + sb ..... Does that make sense??
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 [#permalink] New post 14 Mar 2006, 14:37
I picked C. Some of the choices imply (inlcuding A) that parents should be restrained in the car-seat.
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 [#permalink] New post 14 Mar 2006, 15:06
karlfurt wrote:
Professor wrote:
selene wrote:
karlfurt wrote:
It s C indeed.
I still don't understand how the sentence can make sense (THE THAT):

Concerned at the increase in accident fatalities, Tennessee adopted a child-passenger protection law requiring the that parents restrain children under four years of age in a child safety seat.

Late but ^ C ^
It is subjunctive. require + that + sb + V1

concur with this one.

Yes, but here, it 's require + the + that + sb ..... Does that make sense??


"..... require + the + that + sb ....." doesnot make any sense but looking your answer choices you forget to underline "the", the one that you are talking.

Now, ".... require + that + sb + V1" perfectly make sense.

karlfurt wrote:
Concerned at the increase in accident fatalities, Tennessee adopted a child-passenger protection law requiring the parents of children under four years of age to be restrained in a child safety seat.
(A) the parents of children under four years of age to be restrained in a child safety seat
(B) the restraint of parents of children under four years of age in a child safety seat
(C) that parents restrain children under four years of age in a child safety seat.
(D) that children be restrained under four years of age in a child safety seat by their parents
(E) children to be restrained under four years of age by their parents in a child safety seat
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 [#permalink] New post 14 Mar 2006, 15:15
I didn't forget to underligne, I just copied it as it is in my test sheets.
This was the reason why I didn't choose that option. But the OA is C, I have to assume they have done a mistake, since you all gave the right answer without wondering if there could be something wrong.

bravo!
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 [#permalink] New post 14 Mar 2006, 15:58
karlfurt wrote:
I didn't forget to underligne, I just copied it as it is in my test sheets.
This was the reason why I didn't choose that option. But the OA is C, I have to assume they have done a mistake, since you all gave the right answer without wondering if there could be something wrong.

bravo!



In choice A you have "the" at the beginning. That means it should have also been underlined..
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 [#permalink] New post 14 Mar 2006, 16:16
karlfurt wrote:
I didn't forget to underligne, I just copied it as it is in my test sheets.
This was the reason why I didn't choose that option. But the OA is C, I have to assume they have done a mistake, since you all gave the right answer without wondering if there could be something wrong.

bravo!


It's clear from choice "A" that it's a mistake, "the" should be included in the underlined portion.
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 [#permalink] New post 14 Mar 2006, 16:39
(A) - suggests it's the parents that needs to be restained
(B) - same problem as A
(D) - suggest age is sufficient to restrain the child
(E) - same problem as D

C is the best choice
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Re: Concerned at the increase in accident fatalities, Tennessee [#permalink] New post 30 Nov 2015, 23:09
If the OA is C, then doesn't the sentence mean that the children(under 5 years) should be avoided(restrained) giving a child safety seat.

As per the logic, children should be given the child safety seat and parents should be restrained from using it. If the sentence had some other word such as "insist" or "command" in place of the verb "restrain", then C would have definitely been correct

This sentence has confused me a lot now.
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