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Congress is debating a bill requiring certain employers

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Congress is debating a bill requiring certain employers provide workers with unpaid leave so as to care for sick or newborn children.

A. provide workers with unpaid leave so as to

B. to provide workers with unpaid leave so as to

C. provide workers with unpaid leave in order that they

D. to provide workers with unpaid leave so that they can

E. provide workers with unpaid leave and

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01 Nov 2008, 21:29
ventivish wrote:
Congress is debating a bill requiring certain employers provide workers with unpaid leave so as to care for sick or newborn children.

A. provide workers with unpaid leave so as to
B. to provide workers with unpaid leave so as to

C. provide workers with unpaid leave in order that they

D. to provide workers with unpaid leave so that they can

E. provide workers with unpaid leave and

tense is in future and so need "to provide" and not "provide". SO A,C and E out. In D "they" is ambiguous does it refer to employers or workers. So IMO B
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01 Nov 2008, 21:55
ventivish wrote:
Congress is debating a bill requiring certain employers provide workers with unpaid leave so as to care for sick or newborn children.

A. provide workers with unpaid leave so as to

B. to provide workers with unpaid leave so as to

C. provide workers with unpaid leave in order that they

D. to provide workers with unpaid leave so that they can

E. provide workers with unpaid leave and

'to provide' is needed. which leaves B and D. Both seem close. But, 'so as to' care for fails my hearing test.
I'll go with D !
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10 Nov 2008, 22:42
The OA is D

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