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New post 21 Jun 2016, 02:57
ngocntt wrote:
E,//lism would be warned of and would evaluate

I thought warn about is a correct idiom but now I know that I was wrong
thanks guys for posting this question


The following idioms are correct
Warn about:- I warned John about the impeding danger.
Warned against :- The coach reminded the team about its past performance and warned the team against any kind of complacency
Warn of :- The committee warned the expedition team of intense hostility by the locals.
Warned off :- The sheriff warned off the drunk football fans.

In this case the answer depends more on parallelism than the usage of the idiom "warn about" or "warn of"
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The federal rules aimed at protecting human subjects of medical experiments were established to ensure that patients must be warned of potential risks and an independent panel would evaluate the experiment before it was conducted.

A) must be warned of potential risks and an independent panel would

B) must be warned of potential risks and that an independent panel

C) are warned about potential risks and that an independent panel

D) will be warned about potential risks and an independent panel would

E) would be warned of potential risks and that an independent panel would


this is hardd problem .

one key point is that "before it was conducted" is in the past, so, the whole sentence should be in the past and "would ' is correct.

we need second 'that" , so, only choice E meeet two conditions.

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