From the above lesson it is not fully clear when one would use "no solo...sino" and when one would use "no solo...sino que". Is the rule similar to the one mentioned in this lesson: Difference between pero, sino and sino que in Spanish (but) whereby "If we need a different conjugated verb in the second clause after sino, then we need to add "que" after sino."?
Yes, here as well we need a conjugated verb when we use sino que...
We explicitly say it after the examples when we mention the different structures you could find.
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