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10 Jun 2004, 10:32
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An actor spoke on condition" that his name will not be used in the press".

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B. that his name are not used in the press
C. of not naming him

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10 Jun 2004, 10:44
(A) is better. But I believe (A) still needs subjunctive mood.
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10 Jun 2004, 11:00
I take back my comment on (A). There is no need to have subjunctive mood.

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10 Jun 2004, 11:08
Need other choices..........my guess would be " his name not be used in the press"...........!!

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10 Jun 2004, 11:13
Other choises
D. that he not be named
E. of not having his name

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10 Jun 2004, 11:23
I was right and then I was wrong again.

http://www.testmagic.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=256

As per this Subjunctive mood is necessary. (D) is the best.

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10 Jun 2004, 11:26
boksana wrote:
Other choises
D. that he not be named
E. of not having his name

Hi, Oksana,

In this case D should be the answer. Actually "on condition that" can be used with simple tenses, e.g. I'll come to the party on condition that you don't wear that ridiculous bow tie! Subjunctive mood is used here to stress the formal nature of the actor's request.

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10 Jun 2004, 11:38
Thanks guys!

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