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This is a correct example of parallel structure: He liked their courage, stamina, and style.

True

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Joe likes singing, walking and to dive.
Incorrect
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Parallel structure can add more than clarity to language-it can also add emphasis and rhythm.
True
2
Einstein liked doing mathematical research more than to supervise a large laboratory.
Incorrect
3
You can create parallel structure in a sentence by using different grammatical forms to express equal, or parallel, ideas.
False
3
Brian disliked not only playing baseball but also to run long distances.
Incorrect
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In using parallel structure, you pair a noun with a noun, a phrase with a phrase, a clause with a clause, and an infinitive with an infinitive.
True
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Mary wanted to make sure she made her presentation creatively, effectively and persuaded others.
Incorrect
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You use parallel structure when you link ideas with conjugations such as both...and, either...or, neither...nor.
True
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Miranda wants her dog to sit on command, and stop chasing the cat, but Rowdy behaves as he pleases.
Incorrect
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