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Rule "Collocation: enter in"

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Description: Collocation: enter in
Message: There isn't usually a preposition after "\1". Did you mean \1 \3 \4?
Category: Collocations (ID: COLLOCATIONS)
Incorrect sentences
that this rule can detect:
  • While he was entering in the room, he felt an uncomfortable feeling on his spine.
    Correction suggestion: entering the room
Correct sentences
for comparison:
  • The record is entered in a book.
  • ...while, unbeknownst to Kurosawa, Rashomon had been entered in the prestigious Venice Film Festival...
  • It was entered in the 1961 British Grand Prix.
  • The 15 teams that did not qualify for the playoffs are entered in a weighted lottery to determine...
  • It was not entered in the 1962 competition.
  • It was actually not entered in the 1963 trial.
  • It was not correctly entered in the 1962 competition.
  • ... and to be finally entered in the records was a victory.
  • Transactions are entered in the books of accounts by applying the following golden rules of accounting…
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