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    not only but also

    Can I omit the second verb in but also statement?
    For example can I write as follows?
    On the other hand A not only have been used widely to predict the losses but also for various purposes.
    (After but also I omit the verb used)

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    Re: not only but also

    On the other hand, not only has A been used widely to predict losses, it has also been used for various purposes.


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