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# Section 13(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934

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Section 13(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 requires anyone who buys more than 5 percent of a company’s stock make a public disclosure of the purchase.
(A) make
(B) will also make
(C) to make
(D) must make
(E) must then make
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require :

either take : that + command subjunctive
or take : to + bare form of verb

as no that will take infinitive:

IMO C

OA Please !!

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why is D incorrect?
its section of an act - its a MUST!

Either a command subjunctive (with "that") or an infinitive is to be used in such cases.

The law requires that I pay 20% tax (correct).
The law requires me to pay 20% tax (correct).... analogical to option C.

The following structure is analogical to option D:
The law requires I must pay 20% tax (wrong). (2 errors - "that" missing, in hypothetical subjunctive "must" is not to be used.)

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05 May 2010, 04:59
c) to make

in this sense: the act requires a person...to make a public disclosure.

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05 May 2010, 12:19
'make' is incorrect with 'anyone'

only (C) makes sense.

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05 May 2010, 21:57
SS1988,

Can you give some examples on your reasons?

I think that will be great.

SS1988 wrote:
require :

either take : that + command subjunctive
or take : to + bare form of verb

as no that will take infinitive:

IMO C

OA Please !!

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05 May 2010, 23:45
SS1988 wrote:
require :

either take : that + command subjunctive
or take : to + base form of verb

as no that will take infinitive:

IMO C

OA Please !!

Require needs subjunctive mode.(the verb to be in Base form)

the above explanation is good(if thats not sufficient please PM me,I can provide with some link for subjunctive mode.

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07 Jul 2010, 22:37
IMO A. subjunctive mood always takes "that + infinitive form"..... without "to".
what is the OA?

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07 Jul 2010, 23:18
C here. Require can actually take on the command subjunctive or the infinitive as per MGMAT.

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13 Sep 2010, 08:40
Quote:
require :

either take : that + command subjunctive
or take : to + bare form of verb

Guys, I need help, please advise me.

Are both of these sentences correct? if I apply both rules?

1.Section 13(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 requires anyone who buys more than 5 percent of a company’s stock to make a public disclosure of the purchase.
2. Section 13(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 requires that anyone who buys more than 5 percent of a company’s stock make a public disclosure of the purchase.

so the constructions are:
1.command verb THAT + be or verb without infinitive (is it bare infinitive?)
2.comman verb + to verb
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14 Sep 2010, 20:33
I chose A but command subjuctive needs that so C is correct

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03 Jul 2016, 06:42
why is D incorrect?
its section of an act - its a MUST!

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