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# The federal government requires (hospitals to tell a

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The federal government requires (hospitals to tell a Medicare patient of their) legal right of challenge their discharge if they feel they are being sent home prematurely.
(A) hospitals to tell a Medicare patient of their
(B) hospital to tell Medicare patients that they have a
(C) hospitals to tell Medicare patients that there is a
(D) that hospitals tell a Medicare patient of their
(E) that hospitals tell a Medicare patient that they have a

I think there is a typo in this question or something... .
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02 Dec 2004, 14:53
B.....

yes, there seems to be a typo...

here is what should have been

legal right to challenge
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02 Dec 2004, 15:50
Agree w/ B. They should refer to patients, and hospital is better to be singular just to avoid any confusion.
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02 Dec 2004, 23:53
Thanks everyone. The OA is B. I was confused because there is no article before "hospital". So i dismissed it since it sounds pretty awkward. It seems as if "hospital" is a person since there is no article before it..

any explanations??
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03 Dec 2004, 06:43
I don't think use of article would be appropriate here as you are talking about hospitals in general. Notice the plural noun
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03 Dec 2004, 06:55
praveen_rao7 wrote:
I don't think use of article would be appropriate here as you are talking about hospitals in general. Notice the plural noun

Praveen, I have a question..

So if I say "the govt. requires University to tell students that they have.... etc etc.." shouldnt we use 'a'/'the'?? Can we apply some rule here??
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