Don’t lose your progress!

We cover every section of the GMAT with in-depth lessons, 5000+ practice questions and realistic practice tests.

Up to 90+ points GMAT score improvement guarantee

The best guarantee you’ll find

Our Premium and Ultimate plans guarantee up to 90+ points score increase or your money back.

Master each section of the test

Comprehensive GMAT prep

We cover every section of the GMAT with in-depth lessons, 5000+ practice questions and realistic practice tests.

Schedule-free studying

Learn on the go

Study whenever and wherever you want with our iOS and Android mobile apps.

The most effective way to study

Personalized GMAT prep, just for you!

Adaptive learning technology focuses on your academic weaknesses.

Sentence Correction: Preposition Questions - Split Constructions

John told Jane that if she ran or met their mutual friend Carl, she could invite him over.

This answer choice is grammatically incorrect. 

[[snippet]]

This answer choice repeats the original Preposition (Split Construction) mistake.

[[snippet]]

While this answer choice corrects the original Preposition mistake, it changes the meaning of the original sentence by replacing the verb could (optional) with had to (mandatory).

Good job!

This answer choice corrects the original Preposition mistake by adding the word into.

[[snippet]]
that if she ran or met their mutual friend Carl, she could invite him 
if she ran or met their mutual friend Carl, she could invite him
that if she ran into or met their mutual friend Carl, she had to invite him
that if she ran into or met their mutual friend Carl, she could invite him
if she ran or met their mutual friend Carl, Jane could invite Carl