Idiom:Allow X to do Y
Allow THAT X do Y
Public-access cable television, created in the 1970s, allows the public to broadcast over private television cables laid
on public land.
A) the public to broadcast over private television cables laidCorrect.
Allows X to broadcast over Z --> correct grammar structure.
B) public broadcasting
from the laying of private television cablesWrong.
Allows X doing --> wrong idiom.
C) public broadcasts made from private television cables that were laidWrong.
Allows X made (past tense) --> wrong.
D) that the public can
broadcast using private television cables, which are laidWrong.
Allows that X can do Y --> wrong.
E) the public to broadcast because of the laying
of private televisionWrong.
"Broadcast over cables" is correct. "broadcast because of the laying of cables" changes meaning.
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