Rosales0228
  • Rosales0228
We should either visit the art museum or attend a concert this weekend. Is this sentence correct for parallel structure?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes, the sentence uses correct tenses throughout the sentence. A sentence that isn't correct in parallel structure would be "She said she doesn't vote for politions who are dishonest, unreliable, or they don't have any experience." This does not use parallel structure because the use of tenses are incorrect hence making a confusing sentence to the reader.
Rosales0228
  • Rosales0228
Will give medal and fan if anyone helps with this question and i get it right:)
Rosales0228
  • Rosales0228
Thanks sooo much @stefanwolf1

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Yep :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Tell me if you get it right! Or if you have any other questions. I'm currently taking an English 2 class so I know these sorts of things.
Rosales0228
  • Rosales0228
What about this one? 'm sorry to bother you but I dont understand these at all!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Alright
Rosales0228
  • Rosales0228
Yes i did get it right:)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay what is the question?
Rosales0228
  • Rosales0228
Fire can be either friendly or a foe, depending on the situation.
Rosales0228
  • Rosales0228
Either fire can be friendly or foe, depending on the situation??? is that right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
This is the exact question? It's sort of an odd question honestly.
anonymous
  • anonymous
There isn't more to it?
Rosales0228
  • Rosales0228
Nope thats all there is:(
anonymous
  • anonymous
I would say it's correct if you consider that fire can be friendly in order to keep us warm. Think of a campfire. However, I guess it could be a foe if you consider that there are fires that burn down houses or forest fires that kill wildlife.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Put your best guess, but I would say that it is a true statement.
Rosales0228
  • Rosales0228
I put Fire can be either a friend or a foe, depending on the situation, and i got it right:)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Awesome
anonymous
  • anonymous
Anything else?
Rosales0228
  • Rosales0228
yes just one more question! The road home is both icy and curvy, so be careful!
anonymous
  • anonymous
What is the question?
anonymous
  • anonymous
If it's grammatically correct?
Rosales0228
  • Rosales0228
no if its parallel or not, same as how we did the other ones
Rosales0228
  • Rosales0228
Isn't it correct just the way it is?
anonymous
  • anonymous
It seems to be correct yes. There isn't an incorrect use of tenses.
Rosales0228
  • Rosales0228
It was correct!! Thanks sssooo much for all the help!! if i have any more questions ill tag you in them, only if thats okay with you!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes, that is perfectly fine. It helps me review for my exams!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Good luck with future assignments!
Rosales0228
  • Rosales0228
Thanks:)

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