Identifying and Solving Issues With Parallelism

Identifying and Solving Issues With Parallelism

Author: Elizabeth Wiggs

Learn how to spot good parallelism and to fix bad parallelism!

Parallelism (in an English classroom) is similarity of structure among words, phrases or clauses.  

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The Basics of Parallelism

Unsure about what parallelism is? This is a great place to start.

Got the basics? Move on!

Once you get the basics of what parallelism actually is, you can check out the next tutorial video.  Then you can take the practice quiz!

Advanced Parallelism

Going more in depth with parallelism issues and how to fix them.

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