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The new contract forbids a strike by the workers union.

A. forbids a strike by the workers union.
B. forbids the workers union from striking.
C. will forbid the worker union from striking
D. forbids that there be a strike by the workers union
E. will forbid the workers union from striking
[Reveal] Spoiler: OA

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shawrochis wrote:
The new contract forbids a strike by the workers union.

A. ......
B. forbids the workers union from striking.
C. will forbid the workers union from striking
D. forbids that there be a strike by the workers union
E. will forbid the workers union from striking


C and E are the same? Please check your question again
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shawrochis wrote:
The new contract forbids a strike by the workers union.

A. forbids a strike by the workers union
B. forbids the workers union from striking.
C. will forbid the workers union from striking
D. forbids that there be a strike by the workers union
E. will forbid the workers union from striking


Actually, there are a lot of similar questions. The OA is A.

"forbid somebody from doing sth" is correct, and "forbid somebody to do something" is also correct but rather formal.

The former means to order sb not to do sth, or to order that sth must not be done.
The latter means difficult or impossible to do sth, synonymous with prohibit.

Hence, base on the context of the sentence, idiom "forbid X from Y" is eliminated, so B, C, E are out. D is wordy.

A left is the correct answer.
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The new contract forbids a strike by the workers union.

A. forbids a strike by the workers union.
B. forbids the workers union from striking.
C. will forbid the worker union from striking
D. forbids that there be a strike by the workers union
E. will forbid the workers union from striking
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I didn't understand why B is wrong even though it uses correct idiom. Kindly explain. Thanks for your time

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I didn't understand why B is wrong even though it uses correct idiom. Kindly explain. Thanks for your time


B uses wrong idiom - "forbid from" is wrong; the correct usage is "forbid to".

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