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09/07/2019

NEed help!!! Please….Correct the error of parallel structure in the following sentence?

QUESTION
NEed help!!! Please….Correct the error of parallel structure in the following sentence?
1. Jack is a sports announcer, an alcoholic, and as a son he is very confused.
2. Their relationship raises questions about their ability to communicate and how much they understand each other.
3. not only was Smith after the money but also the girl.
4. He asked me about the murder and whether I had an alibi.
5. That young man is either going to reform or his father will cut him out of his will.
6. This essay has argued that the play is fundamentally flawed and the characterization is puzzling as well and it contains some good things in it, too.
7. The conflict arises for three reasons: first, Brick’s drinking, secondly, because Maggie is childless, and also that Gooper and Brick hate each other.
8. Put the lamp on the table, the book in the shelf, and then take this tea cup to the sink in the kitchen.
9. There were a number of different reasons for the accident: the footplate was icy, because the driver was inexperienced, and that visibility was very poor.
10. The instructions said that we should treat this material with care and it was really inflammable.

1. Elizabeth believes that couples should share their intimate thoughts and in couples’ being
truthful with each other.
2. Moby-Dick is the sailors’ quarry, the captain’s obsession, and a main symbol in the book.
3. The narrator’s ability to help Roderick is compromised by Roderick’s inability for clear
thinking.
4. Mr. Hooper is a minister, a bachelor, and mysterious.
5. The challenge Ishmael faces is to obey his captain yet trusting his own instincts.
6. The narrator wants to help Roderick, to help Roderick’s sister, Madeline, and the solution to
the mystery of the House of Usher.
7. For Mr. Hooper, redemption requires self-sacrifice and taking his secret to the grave.
8. Roderick suffers from nervous agitation and is not understanding why he is ill.
9. Mr. Hooper’s duties include speaking at funerals, officiating at weddings, and consolation of the
dying.
10. Starbuck tells Ahab that pursuing Moby-Dick is dangerous, madness, and blasphemous.

ANSWER
1. Jack is a sports announcer, an alcoholic, and a confused son.
2. Their relationship raises questions about their ability to communicate and understand each other.
3. Smith was after the money and the girl.
4. He asked me about the murder and my alibi.
5. That young man is either going to reform or get cut out if his father’s will.
6. Not sure about this one
7. Not sure about this one
8. Put the lamp on the table, the book in the shelf, and take this tea cup to the kitchen sink.
9. There were a number of different reasons for the accident: the footplate was icy, the driver was inexperienced, and the visibility was poor.
10. The instructions said that we should treat this inflammable material with care.

1. Elizabeth believes that couples should share their intimate thoughts and that couples should be truthful with each other.
2. Moby-Dick is the sailors’ quarry, the captain’s obsession, and the book’s main symbol.
3. This one seems right??
4. Mr. Hooper is a minister, a bachelor, and a mystery.
5. The challenge Ishmael faces is whether to obey his captain or to trust his own instincts.
6. Not Sure
7. For Mr. Hooper, redemption requires self-sacrifice and secrecy.
8. Not Sure
9. Not Sure
10. Not Sure