“John’s energy was very low after he ran an entire marathon.”
The phrase “after running an entire marathon” is a modifier with an incorrect subject (John’s energy). As written, the sentence sounds like John’s energy ran the marathon, but rearranging the phrases makes it clear that John himself ran the marathon.
We are dedicated to bringing you the very best practice tests, flashcards and study guides to help you prepare for and pass the test that stands between you and the rest of your life.
2018 © Union Media LLC. ALL Rights Reserved.
GMAT® is a registered trademark of the Graduate Management Admission Council® (GMAC®) which is unaffiliated, not a sponsor, or associated with this website.