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Parallelism is about balancing similar words, phrases, or clauses identified by similarity in its grammatical structure. The application of parallelism in sentence construction can sometimes improve writing style, clearness, and readability.

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No, it doesn't, because you can't divorce your daughter.
answered Sep 3 '12 by Barrie England
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The sentence is grammatical with or without commas, but their presence helps the reader.
answered Jun 10 '12 by Barrie England
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In a sentence like The world is getting smaller and the global economy more tightly integrated the omission of ‘is getting’ in the second clause is fine, because the subject in each case is si …
answered May 1 '12 by Barrie England
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You need to say is scheduled, because schedule cannot be used intransitively.
answered Feb 1 '13 by Barrie England
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It could that be both are blue, or it could be that only the shirts are blue. If the context didn’t make it clear, the speaker who wanted to avoid any doubt that it was both blue shirts and blue socks …
answered Oct 6 '13 by Barrie England
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As a statement the sentence would be The primary cause and the primary consequence of the ... are ... , and not The primary cause and the primary consequence of the ... is ... It follows that if the s …
answered Aug 31 '12 by Barrie England