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"First to answer and accepted"???

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I read it as two clauses, with the second clause describing the properties of the answer

"first to answer"


"accepted, with a score of 10 or more"


It's alright just put in some imaginary commas or brackets to correct the syntax. And imagine that "answer" and "accepted" are states.

First to answer, and accepted with score of 10 or more

First to answer. And First to accepted. But also with score of 10 or more
  • Both your suggestions are grammatically incorrect.
    – Judith
    Mar 3, 2021 at 10:25

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