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The Navy has established strict rules of conduct for its seamen that prohibits the harassment of women, discrimination against minorities, and the hazing of new recruits .

A prohibits the harassment of women, discrimination against minorities, and the hazing of new recruits
B prohibits the harassment of women, discriminating against minorities, and the hazing of new recruits
C prohibit the harassment of women, discriminating against minorities, and the hazing of new recruits
D prohibit the harassment of women, discrimination against minorities, and hazing of new recruits
E prohibits the harassment of women, discrimination against minorities, and to haze new recruits

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This is first a Subject-Verb Agreement problem. Rules are the subject here, and so the verb must also be plural (prohibit). Eliminate A, B, and E for prohibits. We have a series here, which tells us that this is also a Parallel Construction problem. The words in the series must follow a consistent pattern. D is the only answer choice that boasts a consistent pattern (harassment, discrimination, and hazing) and therefore is the correct answer.

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07 Jul 2011, 03:27
D. Rules of ...... hence should be followed by Prohibit( Subject Verb Agreement) and Parallelism is best reflected in D.
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