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Sentence Correction: Preposition Questions - Split Constructions

John and Jane have been sleeping with the light on since a burglar broke and entered their home a few weeks ago.

This answer choice is grammatically incorrect.

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This answer choice repeats the original mistake.

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Also, replacing a burglar with burglars changes the meaning of the original meaning.

While this answer choice corrects the original Split Construction mistake, it is grammatically incorrect. The plural subject John and Jane does not agree with the singular verb has.

This answer choice repeats the original mistake.

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In addition, this answer choice is grammatically incorrect. The plural subject John and Jane does not agree with the singular verb has.

Well done!

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This answer choice corrects the original Split Construction mistake by adding the required preposition into after the verb break.

have been sleeping with the light on since a burglar broke
have been sleeping with the light on since burglars broke
has been sleeping with the light on since a burglar broke into
has been sleeping with the light on since a burglar broke
have been sleeping with the light on since a burglar broke into