.. will be completely preserved and will be suitable for ...


Such approaches help extract and classify local features (singularities) inherent in geomagnetic signals and guarantee that all the necessary information carried by a particular signal will be completely preserved without distortion and will be suitable for further processing to obtain additional information

Do we have to repeat "will" in the second half of the sentence? We have already put "will" before "be completely preserved" and sometimes when the same auxiliary repeats itself in a sentence it is omitted the second time. Will it work here?

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  • Jonquil

    Senior Member
    Argentinian Spanish
    It si grammatically unnecessary to repeat the will after you have used 'and',but I think the purpose of the repetition must be for emphasis.


    Senior Member
    I think that you can safely delete the "will" in bold text here. I don't think leaving it in hurts anything, though.