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    The repetition of "we should"

    My textbook has the sentence (a). But I think you can also say (b).
    Do they have any difference in nuance?
    (a) We should reduce trash, and we should recycle more.
    (b) We should reduce trash and recycle more.

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    Re: The repetition of "we should"

    There's no difference for me.

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    Re: The repetition of "we should"

    Do you see any difference?

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