What Is a Faulty Coordination?

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A faulty coordination is a situation that takes place when structures that never match in form are dealt with as if they really match in form. An example of a faulty coordination can be written as, 'It started to rain, so the race went on.' This can be corrected as, 'It started to rain, but the race went on.'
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