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Parallel Structure Exercise-1

Parallel Structure Exercise-1

Define whether the following sentences below are TRUE or FALSE  Correct mistakes.

#1. After years of dealing with the public, she developed great charm, wit, and confidant.

confidence

#2. The bellhop took my bags to my room, opened the door, and puts them at the foot of the bed.

and put them …

#3. To face adversity, to solve problems, and to overcome difficulties all give one sense of satisfaction.

#4. He could not decide whether to get a job or studying.

or to study

#5. Being a homemaker is as difficult as working in an office.

#6. Do not speak out, but raise your hand.

#7. Her hobbies are reading, playing piano, and gardening.

#8. Jogging is more vigorous exercise than to play golf.

than playing golf

#9. Go to window A, ask for a form, and bring it back to me.

#10. Before he died, he had sold his house, wrote a will, and set up a trust fund.

written a will

#11. On their vacation they enjoyed swimming at the beach, walking through the quaint streets, and sitting in the picturesque parks.

#12. The presidential candidate was a man of intellectual strength, moral character, and personal integrity.

#13. We enjoyed the perfect weather and seeing fjords in Norway.

and fjords …

#14. Although he was quick to criticize, he was slow praising his students.

slow to praise

#15. When he was a college student, he learned to play tennis, to golf, and swimming.

to swim

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Parallel Structure Exercise-1

Define whether the following sentences below are TRUE or FALSE  Correct mistakes.

1. When he was a college student, he learned to play tennis, to golf, and swimming.
2. Do not speak out, but raise your hand.
3. To face adversity, to solve problems, and to overcome difficulties all give one sense of satisfaction.
4. We enjoyed the perfect weather and seeing fjords in Norway.
5. Go to window A, ask for a form, and bring it back to me.
6. Before he died, he had sold his house, wrote a will, and set up a trust fund.
7. Her hobbies are reading, playing piano, and gardening.
8. Being a homemaker is as difficult as working in an office.
9. After years of dealing with the public, she developed great charm, wit, and confidant.
10. On their vacation they enjoyed swimming at the beach, walking through the quaint streets, and sitting in the picturesque parks.
11. He could not decide whether to get a job or studying.
12. Although he was quick to criticize, he was slow praising his students.
13. The presidential candidate was a man of intellectual strength, moral character, and personal integrity.
14. The bellhop took my bags to my room, opened the door, and puts them at the foot of the bed.
15. Jogging is more vigorous exercise than to play golf.

 

1. F, to swim 6. F, written a will 11 .F, or to study
2. T 7. T 12.F, slow to praise
3. T 8. T 13.T
4. F, and fjords … 9. F, confidence 14.F, and put them …
5. T 10.T 15.F, than playing golf

Parallel Structure Exercise-1

Parallel Structure Exercise-1 Parallel Structure