I want to know how I should use "Either/Or" when the clauses are of different grammatical forms. For example, in:
The click is either followed by no further clicks for 30 seconds or the last click in the session.
As I know, in a simple sentence, we must use it as follows:
"I eat either apple or banana."
But here the two clauses are grammatically different. One is "followed by no further clicks for 30 seconds" and one is "the last click in the session". In the former "is" is combined with "followed" to form a passive verb, and in the latter, "is" is the verb per se. Is this sentence correct? How should I correct it?