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# The loggers railway roadbed, with its narrow spurs jutting

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The loggers’ railway roadbed, with its narrow spurs jutting fingerlike into the swamp, had turned into a hazard for tourists visiting the area requiring that government officials agree to have the area razed.

A. that government officials agree to have the area razed.
B. that government officials agree for to have the area razed.
C. the agreeing by government officials to have the area razed.
D. government officials agreeing to have the area razed.
E. government officials to agree to have the area razed.

I have a doubt here...
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neeshpal wrote:
The loggers’ railway roadbed, with its narrow spurs jutting fingerlike into the swamp, had turned into a hazard for tourists visiting the area requiring that government officials agree to have the area razed.

A. that government officials agree to have the area razed.
B. that government officials agree for to have the area razed.
C. the agreeing by government officials to have the area razed.
D. government officials agreeing to have the area razed.
E. government officials to agree to have the area razed.

I have a doubt here...

between A and E.

requiring X to do Y -- idiomatic.
Will go with E..

requiring that X and Y or requiring that X,Y --> also idiomatic
but requiring that X to do Y --> AWKWARD.
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Re: SC - loggers’ railway [#permalink]

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17 Mar 2009, 13:40
x2suresh wrote:
neeshpal wrote:
The loggers’ railway roadbed, with its narrow spurs jutting fingerlike into the swamp, had turned into a hazard for tourists visiting the area requiring that government officials agree to have the area razed.

A. that government officials agree to have the area razed.
B. that government officials agree for to have the area razed.
C. the agreeing by government officials to have the area razed.
D. government officials agreeing to have the area razed.
E. government officials to agree to have the area razed.

I have a doubt here...

between A and E.

requiring X to do Y -- idiomatic.
Will go with E..

requiring that X and Y or requiring that X,Y --> also idiomatic
but requiring that X to do Y --> AWKWARD.

thanks. that cleared my doubt. OA is E.
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