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rebecca1233

  • 3 years ago

It was the third down and either the defense nor the offence was going to fold. How should the writer fix the above sentence? Add a comma after the word “either” to show the introductory clause Add a comma after the word “third” to show things in a series Change the word “either” to “none” to maintain parallel structure Change the word “either” to “neither” to maintain parallel structure

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    @ethompsonn

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    @ethompsonn

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    @tcarroll010

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    choice #4

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    Change the word “either” to “neither” to maintain parallel structure

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    yeahh i agree, change either to niether, the last one

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