While I was listening to an American TV news channel discussing the primary elections
for the Republican and Democratic presidential candidates on "Super Tuesday",
I heard one of the political analysts wonder whether a potential candidate should pull out of the race or "continue on".
Great analysis, but poor English !
"Continue" already means "go on", so the word "on" in the expression "continue on" is redundant (unnecessary).
Some other classic examples include :
and many others, Try not to write an idea with two words when one is enough.
If you don't understand this Top Tip, you should re-read it again. Oopps…..
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