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I recently worked on a Sentence Correction practice question from the GMAT Official Prep, which essentially said that the following sentence is ungrammatical:

The Coast Guard is conducting tests that see whether pigeons can be trained to help find survivors of wrecks at sea.

The Coast Guard is conducting tests to see whether pigeons can be trained to help find survivors of wrecks at sea.

Why is that see ungrammatical? Is there a grammar rule that I can learn about?
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gmatman1031 wrote:
I recently worked on a Sentence Correction practice question from the GMAT Official Prep, which essentially said that the following sentence is ungrammatical:

The Coast Guard is conducting tests that see whether pigeons can be trained to help find survivors of wrecks at sea.

The Coast Guard is conducting tests to see whether pigeons can be trained to help find survivors of wrecks at sea.

Why is that see ungrammatical? Is there a grammar rule that I can learn about?

This question is discussed here: https://gmatclub.com/forum/the-coast-gu ... 54506.html

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