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Although the manager agreed to a more flexible work schedule, he said that it must be posted on the bulletin board so that both management and labor will know what everyone is assigned to do.


(A) he said that it must be posted on the bulletin board so that both management and labor will know what everyone is
(B) he said it had to be posted on the bulletin board so that both management and labor knows what everyone is
(C) he said that they would have to post the assignments on the bulletin board so that management and labor knew what everyone was
(D) he said that the schedule would have to be posted on the bulletin board so that both management and labor would know what everyone was
(E) saying that the schedule had to be posted on the bulletin board so that both management and labor would know what everyone had been

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OA is A, but what is wrong with B?

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In B ' both management and labour knows ' is wrong. We need ' know ' here.

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New post 07 Apr 2006, 06:31
A -> what does it refer to? pronoun ref error
B -> same as A
C -> We are talking about posting schedule not assignments in board! pronoun ref error again
D -> sound correct!
E -> usage of "had been" err!

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New post 07 Apr 2006, 06:33
Yeah yeah read it again :) A is correct. what the ....! I should stop thinking alot!

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New post 07 Apr 2006, 16:00
Symme-3 wrote:
OA is A, but what is wrong with B?


You should NOT omit “that" when the subordinate clause begins with an adverbial phrase or anything other than the subject:
Ex: She said that under no circumstances would she allow us to skip the meeting.



So A is correct.

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