Consider the following two sentences which use Parallelism:
(A) "He manages to get in and arranges the books"
(B) "He manages to get in and arrange the books"
I feel both are correct and the Parallelism may be as follows:
(A1) "He manages to get in" & (A2) "He arranges the books"
(B1) "He manages to get in" & (B2) "He manages to arrange the books"
(1) Are both sentences grammatically "correct" ?
(2) If yes, then how to indicate what is the common part ? In (A), only "He" is common in (A1) & (A2), whereas in (B), "He manages to" is common in (B1) and (B2). Are there ways to punctuate the sentences to show the common part ? I ask this because, in some cases, there may be many ways to parse sentences and get Different Parallelism Structures, probably with Different Meanings.