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Bason County regulations requires a bank that it should disclose

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Bason County regulations requires a bank that it should disclose to its associates whether a security breach may have allowed someone to steal a person's name and social security number, driver's license number or customer account numbers from their files or computer systems.

A. Bason County regulations requires a bank that it should disclose to its associates whether a security breach may have allowed someone to steal a person's name and social security number, driver's license number or customer account numbers from their files or computer systems

B. Bason County regulations requires that a bank disclose to its associates when a security breach may have allowed someone to steal a person's name and social security number, driver's license number or customer account numbers from their files or computer systems

C. Bason County regulations require a bank disclosing to its associates when a security breach may have allowed someone to steal a person's name and social security number, driver's license number or customer account numbers from their files or computer systems

D. Bason County regulations require that a bank disclose to its associates when a security breach may have allowed someone to steal a person's name and social security number, driver's license number or customer account numbers from its files or computer systems

E. Bason County regulations require that a bank be disclosing to its associates when a security breach may have allowed someone to steal a person's name and social security number, driver's license number or customer account numbers from its files or computer systems
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New post 28 Aug 2017, 09:23
test of subjunctive mood..Require + that ..., base verb ..
only B and D survives ..
B -"their" is used to point bank --wrong , requires is wrong
D is correct
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Bason County regulations requires a bank that it should disclose to its associates whether a security breach may have allowed someone to steal a person's name and social security number, driver's license number or customer account numbers from their files or computer systems.[/u]

A. Bason County regulations requires a bank that it should disclose to its associates whether a security breach may have allowed someone to steal a person's name and social security number, driver's license number or customer account numbers from their files or computer systems

B. Bason County regulations requires that a bank disclose to its associates when a security breach may have allowed someone to steal a person's name and social security number, driver's license number or customer account numbers from their files or computer systems

C. Bason County regulations require a bank disclosing to its associates when a security breach may have allowed someone to steal a person's name and social security number, driver's license number or customer account numbers from their files or computer systems

D. Bason County regulations require that a bank disclose to its associates when a security breach may have allowed someone to steal a person's name and social security number, driver's license number or customer account numbers from its files or computer systems

E. Bason County regulations require that a bank be disclosing to its associates when a security breach may have allowed someone to steal a person's name and social security number, driver's license number or customer account numbers from its files or computer systems[/quote]


A , B - should be require and not requires ( SV error)
C - require + that is needed ( require a bank is wrong)
E - be disclosing to is wrong (subjunctive require demands a base form of the verb)

D is correct answer
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