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You would say "Doing A rather than doing be" because of parallel structure because you are comparing two things. Use parallel structure: With a coordinating conjunction such as and, but, or, nor, yet With a pair of correlative conjunctions such as either . . . or or not only . . . but also With a word introducing a comparison, usually than or as ...


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I would reword it as "Possible fruits to eat in this country are apples, oranges, kiwis, etc." This has the advantage of not having a potentially confusing full stop in the middle of the sentence (after "etc"), and also focussing the readers attention on the subject of the sentence which is the different fruits. Starting off the sentence with a list of ...



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