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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

Whats wrong with construction of " all children who have a reading problem" ?

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D.

Subjunctive mood required

Not sure if "who have" is rquired after all childeren

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I agree it is D.

Subjunctive mood requires "be" Should and are are wrong usage.

I don't see a need for using the modifier who.

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Another D. But, I am somewhat confused with the placement of "of special aid" in all the options. Does it not seem to qualify "children"?

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D.
Subjunctive mood required. A is wordy.
What is OA?

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Subjunctive mood required. A is wordy.
What is OA?


OA is D

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is it not required to have should be instead of only be? and what is wrong with E?

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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

Whats wrong with construction of " all children who have a reading problem" ?


It is not necessary to cross "should" out. However, I think, the phrase "all children who have a reading problem" is unidiomatic :( Reading problems makes sense, rather than "a reading problem"

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