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# In the 1950s, when the Chrysler Corporation sponsored a live

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In the 1950s, when the Chrysler Corporation sponsored a live television show about the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, it forbade the actors to mention Lincolnâ€™s name or the name of the Ford Theater because it did not want to plug the competition.

(A) it forbade the actors to mention Lincolnâ€™s name or the name of the Ford Theater because it

(B) they forbade the actors from mentioning Lincoln or the Ford Theater because they

(C) it was forbidden to mention Lincoln or the Ford Theater as they

(D) the actors were forbidden to mention Lincolnâ€™s name or the name of the Ford Theater because they

(E) the actors were forbidden from mentioning Lincoln or the Ford Theater, since they
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21 Oct 2004, 12:25
pronoun 'they' eliminates all the choices except A
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21 Oct 2004, 12:38
B,C,D,E use plural pronoun "they" rather than sing pronoun "it"
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21 Oct 2004, 13:52
shygo wrote:
In the 1950s, when the Chrysler Corporation sponsored a live television show about the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, it forbade the actors to mention Lincolnâ€™s name or the name of the Ford Theater because it did not want to plug the competition.

(A) it forbade the actors to mention Lincolnâ€™s name or the name of the Ford Theater because it

(B) they forbade the actors from mentioning Lincoln or the Ford Theater because they

(C) it was forbidden to mention Lincoln or the Ford Theater as they

(D) the actors were forbidden to mention Lincolnâ€™s name or the name of the Ford Theater because they

(E) the actors were forbidden from mentioning Lincoln or the Ford Theater, since they

A it is. Right idiom forbade to, active, and no they.
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22 Oct 2004, 04:37
Agree with A, and amitbalan's concise explantion.
Though "it" made me little uncomfortable, initially.

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22 Oct 2004, 10:10
Agree w/ A.

Other choices incorrectly use they to refer to the Chryslter corporation, and C implies that the Chrysler Corporation was forbidden to mention Ford rather than the actors.
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22 Oct 2004, 16:05
Yes, the OA is A.
22 Oct 2004, 16:05
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