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Redundant word pairs

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I tried to compile a list of redundant word pairs that appear frequently. Please feel free to add more

1) The reason.... Because
2) Tried to.... Attempt
3) Even though... But
4) Despite... Yet
5) Now... Currently
6) great icon
7) sum... total
8) can... potentially
9) attributed to.. Result of
10) decade of (some year Eg 1930's)
11) may... possibly /could
12) more increase
13) typically... Average
14) Although... In contrast
15) essential key
16) whether or not
17) every year.. Annually


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Hi sumit411 ,

'and also' is not always wrong. Please be aware :)
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Hi sumit411 ,

'and also' is not always wrong. Please be aware :)

Hi HKD1710

Can you please cite an official question where this is an acceptable construction.

The aim is not to have any ambiguity.

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sumit411 wrote:
HKD1710 wrote:
Hi sumit411 ,

'and also' is not always wrong. Please be aware :)

Hi HKD1710

Can you please cite an official question where this is an acceptable construction.

The aim is not to have any ambiguity.

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Hi sumit411,

Here is the question from gmatprep:

https://gmatclub.com/forum/turning-away ... 42870.html
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HKD1710 wrote:
sumit411 wrote:
HKD1710 wrote:
Hi sumit411 ,

'and also' is not always wrong. Please be aware :)

Hi HKD1710

Can you please cite an official question where this is an acceptable construction.

The aim is not to have any ambiguity.

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Hi sumit411,

Here is the question from gmatprep:

https://gmatclub.com/forum/turning-away ... 42870.html

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