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Several financial officers of the company spoke on condition

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12 Nov 2008, 21:57
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Several financial officers of the company spoke on condition that they not be named in
the press reports.
A. that they not be named
B. that their names will not be used
C. that their names are not used
D. of not having their names
E. of not naming them

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12 Nov 2008, 22:11
A?

btw does anyvody know is 'on condition of' a correct idiom?
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13 Nov 2008, 00:09
this is a rotten old question that tests the subjunctive mood.
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17 Nov 2008, 15:01
Hi guys,

IMO D

A. that they not be named subjuntive mode. For me, it cannot be used with the verb speak
B. that their names will not be used it should be "used by"
C. that their names are not used it should be "used by"
D. of not having their names Hold
E. of not naming them what does them refer to? wordy

OA?

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