Errors in parallel structure can slip into our writing all too easily—and that's especially true with correlative, or two-part, conjunctions. When using one of these two-part conjunctions, we have to be sure to use the same part of speech (noun, verb, etc.) or a similar structure (phrase, clause) after each part.
In each question below, see if you can tell which sentence contains structures that are parallel.
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