the correct idioms are
"require X to do Y"
Also when we use subjunctive infinitive should not be used.
"prohibit" with an infinitive as in E is incorrect. "TO be" is an infinitive. in subjunctive constructions, you don't have the "to".
In an attempt to guarantee the security of its innovation water purification method, the company required each employee to sign a confidentiality agreement prohibiting that its water purification methods be disclosed to companies using an analogous purification process
1) prohibiting that its water purification methods be disclosed to companies
2) prohibiting them from the disclosing of its water purification methods to any company
3) prohibiting disclosure of its water purification methods to any company
4) that would prohibit them from disclosure of its water purification methods to companies
5) that would prohibit its water purification methods to be disclosed to a company
I really hate this exam,guyz dont we knwo that the right idiom is "prohibited x from doing y" so can anyone explain to me that where is "from" in C??
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