The first uses the "ing" verb, the second uses a present tense verb form, and the third uses the infinitive "to" form of the verb. "There are more graduates in Miami than there are graduates in the regions. We liked to walk around, bike on the lawn, and eat our favorite food. Virginia Kearney (author) from United States on July 10, 2020: Aiman, your sentences have parallelism errors and also do not connect the causes with clear transition words. I make my students read these, at any rate! I have found that this is an error which tends to crop up when people start trying to write more interesting and complicated thoughts and sentences. Wen gets her daily exercise by walking her dog, going for a bike ride, and cleaning. ", Question: Can you help me with this sentence? Answer: There are several ways to write this sentence correctly, and which one you choose depends on whether or not he has already taken the guitar lessons or is planning to do so. We must either change the laws about drunk driving or it will be necessary to start enforcing them more strictly. Your sentence, "My cousin and I " is the correct form in both writing and speaking and if my child or my students used the pronouns incorrectly, I would (later, in a private conversation) be sure they understood the correct standard English format for that type of phrase. When I think about putting that in the beginning, it makes me consider the contrast and actually makes the sentence more interesting: "Although she went to college to study medicine for a while, the actress also learned her profession by working as a waitress, a researcher, and a ranch hand.". Question: What is the problem with this sentence: "Hannah told her rock-climbing partner that she bought a harness and of her desire to climb Otter Cliffs"? We must either raise revenues or it will be necessary to reduce expenses. Question: What is the problem with the sentence "my friend and I went out to eat dinner and a movie?". Virginia Kearney (author) from United States on August 26, 2018: Tawan-Your sentence does not have a subject, so that is the first thing you need. 2. Let's face it, when we find something hard to read, most of us just give up and move on. Sir Humphry Davy, the celebrated English chemist, was an excellent literary critic as well as a great scientist. If you stumble when reading a sentence, chances are that sentence isn't written as clearly as it could be and may have faulty parallelism. Virginia Kearney (author) from United States on May 20, 2017: Thanks Ron! As i tend to fall prey to wrong usage of parallelism in my creations and your article really proved fruitful! Consuming too much of a fat-soluble vitamin can be as harmful as not to consume enough. "Examples of aerobic exercises are distance, running, cycling and long walks.". Conditional (may or may not): may play, could play, might play, would play; may swim, could swim, might swim, would swim. All i wood have to do is to go through the same prosess again, to click on the colour and making sure i had selected the same shade of red colour..... plzz send answes on my email

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