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    ignorance of and dislike of

    Hello all,

    I have a doubt regarding the use of preposition:

    In the phrase "ignorance of and dislike of other groups", is the of next to the word ignorance required? Or either way is correct?

    Thanks again!

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    Re: ignorance of and dislike of

    It's necessary. Without it, the meaning is different.

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