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Judicial rules in many states require that the identities of [#permalink] New post 29 Dec 2007, 22:41
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463. Judicial rules in many states require that the identities of all prosecution witnesses are made known to defendants so they can attempt to rebut the testimony, but the Constitution explicitly requires only that the defendant have the opportunity to confront an accuser in court.

(A) that the identities of all prosecution witnesses are made known to defendants so they can attempt to rebut
(B) that the identities of all prosecution witnesses be made known to defendants so that they can attempt to rebut
(C) that the defendants should know the identities of all prosecution witnesses so they can attempt a rebuttal of
(D) the identities of all prosecution witnesses should be made known to defendants so they can attempt rebutting
(E) making known to defendants the identities of all prosecution witnesses so that they can attempt to rebut

Please, explain. Why is be made known correct in B?
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463. Judicial rules in many states require that the identities of all prosecution witnesses are made known to defendants so they can attempt to rebut the testimony, but the Constitution explicitly requires only that the defendant have the opportunity to confront an accuser in court.

(A) that the identities of all prosecution witnesses are made known to defendants so they can attempt to rebut
(B) that the identities of all prosecution witnesses be made known to defendants so that they can attempt to rebut
(C) that the defendants should know the identities of all prosecution witnesses so they can attempt a rebuttal of
(D) the identities of all prosecution witnesses should be made known to defendants so they can attempt rebutting
(E) making known to defendants the identities of all prosecution witnesses so that they can attempt to rebut

Please, explain. Why is be made known correct in B?


This is a type of sentence where one person or body expects/desires/orders/requests/etc. to do something and the correct form of the sentence is then THAT+Infinitive form of the verb without TO.
E.g. In the option B, it's actually *TO BE made known* but it is expected that you know it.

C/D is not correct since *should* indicates only moral obligation and court of law cannot impose a moral obligation.

E ...they is not clear. also *THAT* is missing

A i just can't explain why A is wrong but i know that it is wrong.


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Re: 463 of SC1000 [#permalink] New post 30 Dec 2007, 08:51
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walker wrote:
463. Judicial rules in many states require that the identities of all prosecution witnesses are made known to defendants so they can attempt to rebut the testimony, but the Constitution explicitly requires only that the defendant have the opportunity to confront an accuser in court.

(A) that the identities of all prosecution witnesses are made known to defendants so they can attempt to rebut
(B) that the identities of all prosecution witnesses be made known to defendants so that they can attempt to rebut
(C) that the defendants should know the identities of all prosecution witnesses so they can attempt a rebuttal of
(D) the identities of all prosecution witnesses should be made known to defendants so they can attempt rebutting
(E) making known to defendants the identities of all prosecution witnesses so that they can attempt to rebut

Please, explain. Why is be made known correct in B?


This is a type of sentence where one person or body expects/desires/orders/requests/etc. to do something and the correct form of the sentence is then THAT+Infinitive form of the verb without TO.
E.g. In the option B, it's actually *TO BE made known* but it is expected that you know it.

C/D is not correct since *should* indicates only moral obligation and court of law cannot impose a moral obligation.

E ...they is not clear. also *THAT* is missing

A i just can't explain why A is wrong but i know that it is wrong.


If you have Manhattan SC guide, please refer to Page 49.


I think this is the reason why 'A' is wrong...

be - present subjunctive
are - second person singular / plural ; first & third person plural present indicative

require that - needs a subjunctive (contingent or hypothetical action)
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 [#permalink] New post 30 Dec 2007, 13:21
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