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785. The National Labor Relations Act expressly forbids unions from engaging in secondary boycotts against companies not directly involved in a labor dispute.
(A) unions from engaging in
(B) the engagement by unions of
(C) unions to engage in
(D) unions from becoming engaged with
(E) that unions engage upon
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New post 10 Mar 2006, 21:07
its C that use the correct idiom forbid..to , prohibit ..from
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New post 11 Mar 2006, 04:21
Although C looks fine to me, I am not able to rule out A completely.
Somebody please explain.

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New post 30 May 2006, 20:28
learnt another idiom...i thought forbid from was correct idiom

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New post 30 May 2006, 20:46
B,D,E - awkward
A - 'engage from' is not idiomatic

C is best.
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