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It is not enough to make vaccines against childhood diseases available

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It is not enough to make vaccines against childhood diseases available; experience shows that it is also necessary for local governments to enact regulations requiring that children should be immunized before they attend school.

A. requiring that children should be immunized
B. that require children's being immunized
C. which require the immunization of children
D. to require immunization of the children
E. requiring that children be immunized
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New post 12 Sep 2017, 21:30
The answer is E
Split 1
Verb-ing modifier modifies regulation so it is no a main verb .
Split 2
The sentence is in subjunctive mood so we have to use bare infinitive form of the verb .


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New post 12 Nov 2018, 01:46
DharLog wrote:
It is not enough to make vaccines against childhood diseases available; experience shows that it is also necessary for local governments to enact regulations requiring that children should be immunized before they attend school.

A. requiring that children should be immunized
B. that require children's being immunized
C. which require the immunization of children
D. to require immunization of the children
E. requiring that children be immunized


Hi, thanks for the post!

Could someone explain why E and not D? How can a regulation recquire? Isn't it supposed to be the people who wrote it who require? Thus D?
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DharLog wrote:
It is not enough to make vaccines against childhood diseases available; experience shows that it is also necessary for local governments to enact regulations requiring that children should be immunized before they attend school.

A. requiring that children should be immunized
B. that require children's being immunized
C. which require the immunization of children
D. to require immunization of the children
E. requiring that children be immunized



Even i have same question , i was stuck between D and E, but chose D,

Why not D, to require is subjective verb require/always preceded by to

correct me if i m wrong
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