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Rejecting the apprenticeship model of training social

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Re: Rejecting the apprenticeship model of training social [#permalink] New post 09 Jan 2012, 07:28
Some insight on the usage of belong in

from Merriam-Webster

Definition of BELONG

intransitive verb
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a : to be suitable, appropriate, or advantageous <a dictionary belongs in every home>
b : to be in a proper situation <a man of his ability belongs in teaching>
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Re: Rejecting the apprenticeship model of training social [#permalink] New post 09 Jan 2012, 07:29
and here goes the usage of belong to

a : to be the property of a person or thing —used with to <the book belongs to me>
b : to be attached or bound by birth, allegiance, or dependency —usually used with to <they belong to their homeland>
c : to be a member of a club, organization, or set —usually used with to <she belongs to a country club>
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: to be an attribute, part, adjunct, or function of a person or thing <nuts and bolts belong to a car>
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Re: Rejecting the apprenticeship model of training social [#permalink] New post 21 Oct 2013, 00:18
I norrow it down to B & D but I chose B...

Can someone explain the rule with should? In what context can we use it or not?
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Re: Rejecting the apprenticeship model of training social [#permalink] New post 15 Jul 2014, 01:51
Rejecting the apprenticeship model of training social workers in
philanthropic agencies, twentieth-century reformer Edith Abbott was
convinced of social work education belonging in the university so that
students could be offered a broad range of courses dealing with social
issues.

A. of social work education belonging in the university so that
B. that social work education should be in the university, and that
C. about the importance of social work education belonging in the university while
D. that social work education belonged in the university, where
E. of the necessity of social work education being in the university and

1. "belonged" is more active and direct than "belonging", so A and C are out
2. E is very wordy, so out
3. Between B and D, we need to show the relationship between the two clauses, so choose D.
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