Parallelism

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English language learners, this is a brief presentation to help you recall relevant information about parallel structures.

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Parallelism

  1. 1. What is it? What is its purpose? How do you use it properly? Why do we need to learn about it? 1 Photos and images courtesy of ClipArt He likes She likes
  2. 2. Parallelism Similar representation Enhanced communication Aligned structures Improved clarity 2 Photos and images courtesy of ClipArt
  3. 3. 3 They are (adjective) We are both The house was eloquent, elegant and intelligent confused and amused bright, spacious and beautiful She can either (verb) You should neither We must not only go now with you or leave later with me smoke nor drink write but also rewrite I own (noun) He likes to read She has read about a house, a car and a bicycle non-fiction, comedy and drama innovation, presentation, communication Photos and images courtesy of ClipArt
  4. 4. 4 Photos and images courtesy of ClipArt clarity alignment

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