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Sentence Correction: Preposition Questions - Split Constructions

The GMAT mistake regarding Split Constructions is that __________.

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The most common way to correct this mistake is by adding the required preposition after the first verb:

Incorrect: John looks and feeds his pets.
Correct
:
John looks after and feeds his pets.

Incorrect.

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Incorrect. The format of the GMAT mistake is set: it is always the first verb which requires a preposition. Why? Because otherwise, the question will not pose a challenge to most test takers.

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Incorrect.

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The correct answer is that the GMAT mistake regarding Split Constructions is that the first of the two verbs requires a preposition, but the preposition is missing.

the first of the two verbs requires a preposition, but the preposition is missing.

the second of the two verbs requires a preposition, but the preposition is missing.

one of the two verbs requires a preposition, but the preposition is missing.

both verbs require a preposition, but the preposition is missing.