posted by Nalmi

Hello. Thank you for your help. Will you please help me with one more grammar question?
"The reform has not covered every section of the population and HAS hardly led to a positive result."
Do I have to use the second HAS or is it possible to omit it?
Thank you very much for your time and attention.

  1. Ms. Sue

    It's better to use the second HAS.

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