India has registered ... and (has?) become

akawa

Senior Member
french
Hi,

I'm wondering whether one needs to add ''has'' twice in this kind of sentence
''India has registered a spectacular period of expansion and (has) become a key driver of regional growth''

REmove it can be confusing, no?
Thank you very much
 
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  • Cagey

    post mod (English Only / Latin)
    English - US
    Did you write this yourself, akawa?
    Or did someone else write it?

    I agree that removing 'has' is fine, especially since the two actions are so closely related as to become aspects of the same thing.
     
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