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# A. Regardless of the consequences, the police officer was

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A. Regardless of the consequences, the police officer was forbidden from making any arrests
B. Regardless of the consequences, the police officer was forbidden to make any arrests

What is the rite answer, I am confused of using this idioms

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28 Apr 2005, 00:35
IMO B

Both the idioms are correct, however, ing is less preferred on GMAT.

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