Q: Shutoff when putting car in gear and accelerating

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My car has around 180,000 miles on it and a manual transmision. The car has a usual startup and idling. The problem appears when I try to quickly accelerate and put it in gear. The car would cut out right away. I have to keep the clutch depressed and rev it up so that it wouldn't turn off. When it shuts off, I would restart it and it would run fine. At 55 mph, the same thing happens with strong jerking until I stop pressing the gas pedal. What is the cause of this?

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