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I am curious to know whether GMAT considers the use of Spit infinitive correct & does GMAT test Split-infinitives. If possible kindly provide few examples as well. I have read somewhere that ETS considers the use of Split infinitives correct depending on the context.

Can you throw some light on the same.

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24 Jan 2013, 21:30
Check below posts from Ron and Tim from MGMAT. It also lists few examples.
http://www.manhattangmat.com/forums/spl ... t5374.html
http://www.manhattangmat.com/forums/con ... 13753.html
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24 Jan 2013, 21:31
Also check this: http://www.testmagic.com/grammar/explan ... itives.asp
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25 Jan 2013, 07:26
Some Historical Low down on the Split Infinitive

http://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-cult ... 40351.html

Source: Smithsonian magazine, February 2013

Historically, you can and the Shakespears,Wordsworth have been spliting the Infinitive but on the GMAT dont even think about it.
Re: Split Infinitives   [#permalink] 25 Jan 2013, 07:26
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