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Questions tagged [redundancy]

For questions about whether the same word appearing two or more times in a sentence is appropriate, or about whether a word or phrase is repeating information unnecessarily.

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Is “how the end result turns out” redundant?

Is “how the end result turns out” wrong? I’m talking about venting my feelings on the art I am currently doing. I would like to construct a sentence which is like depending my fortune on the outcome ...
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Two infinitives in a row: “not to try to kiss her”

Can I use double infinitive in a sentence like in the second example below? My friend: "Try not to kiss her, Manny" Me: "Why are you telling me not "to try to kiss" her?" Is the second ...
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Is a second 'is' in a compound sentence redundant?

Is it correct is say: This file is part of X and is distributed... or this: This file is part of X and distributed... What's the rule here?
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Do I need to use he twice in this sentence?

Can I say: He turned around and was greeted with a smile from his frend. Or do I have to use he twice? He turned around and he was greeted with a smile from his friend.
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Is the word “have” in this sentence grammatically wrong? & When is it fine to be “redundant”?

Sometimes, when we ran out of time and did not have space for any further activity, he used to tell us that should anyone need any assistance or have any query, accompany me to my office. Microsoft ...
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Where did the next car take you? But I think 'Where did the next car take you to?' is right

Can you tell why there is not the word 'to' in the end and when I should add the word 'to' in the end?
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He didn't like to lend me any book or (any?)money

(A) He did not/ (B) like to lend me/ (C) any book/ (D) or any money. (E) No Error. I read the above sentence in a book. Isn't the second any before money redundant? Here is how the exercise ...
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joining two sentences by using the relative pronoun

Nowadays domestic robots perform simple tasks such as vacuum cleaning and grass cutting. They are now available. If the two sentences are joined by using the relative pronoun, Nowadays ...