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Parallel Sentence Structure - Exercise 3

Directions: Rewrite each sentence to fix all parallelism errors. When you are finished, click on the "Check My Work" button at the bottom of the page to check your answers.

1.  Susie not only needs attention but also many compliments.

2.  The kindergartners are learning to read and writing.

3.  Doug taught his children the importance of knowledge, virtue, and working hard.

4.  To apologize is showing courtesy towards another's feelings.

5.  Studying for the big exam is more important than if I watch that movie.

6.  He wants neither to work nor does he want to pay the monthly bills.

7.  The restaurant has a large menu, delicious spaghetti, and the prices are low.

8.  To save gasoline is acting responsibly about the environment.

9.  The light is bright but a bother.

10.  Hiking stresses your body but is enriching for your health.



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