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I would like to use both insert and remove in the same sentence. However, I would like to know how I will use the prepositions because the verbs have different prepositions into/from.

There are some posts about this issue; however, mine is a little bit different because there is an object after my verbs as seen below.

This method either inserts or removes some parameters from queries.

What is the correct way of writing this sentence? I am not sure because both insert and remove needs some parameters.

This method either inserts into or removes some parameters from queries.

I think the above does not sound well,

or

This method either inserts or removes some parameters into or from queries.

Thanks

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  • By this method, parameters are either added to or removed from queries. – Edwin Ashworth May 22 '15 at 9:33