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# The school board ruling mandating that physically

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The school board ruling mandating that physically handicapped students be placed in regular classroom settings whenever possible also assured all children who have a reading problem of special aid.
(A) be placed in regular classroom settings whenever possible also assured all children who have a reading problem
(B) should be placed in regular classroom settings whenever possible also assures all children that have a reading problem
(C) are placed in regular classroom settings whenever possible also assures those children who are having reading problems
(D) be placed in regular classroom settings whenever possible also assured children with reading problems
(E) should be placed in regular classroom settings whenever possible also has assured all those children with a reading problem

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12 Jun 2004, 11:48
The correct answer should be D.

be placed in regular classroom is correct subjunctive form.

A is too wordy, whereas D is concise.

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12 Jun 2004, 11:57
ummm hesitate on A and d

but i will go for A because i think that option D ignoresthe word " all" which changes the meaning of the sentence.

forgive me if i am wrong

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12 Jun 2004, 14:17
Subjunctive mood necessary
(A) and (D) are the possible choices.

(A) however has modifier problem meaninig children with reading problem of special aid

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12 Jun 2004, 14:21
D is my FA. anandnk's post the other day from test magic was helpful for this question.

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15 Jun 2004, 03:59
also go with D for two reasons:

one - subjunctive form is neccessary i.e ''that'' shold be followed ''be''

two - paralle construction shold be kept in head : be ''placed'' and ''assured'' which are both in th past TENSE!

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