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

This answer choice is **grammatically** incorrect.

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

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).

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

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