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Parallelism [#permalink] New post 13 Jul 2007, 00:57
Just as the earlier space explorers attempted to push the frontiers of our knowledge, so too are the new space explorers seeking to add to man’s general understanding of the cosmos.

Is the above sentence parallel?

Just as
the earlier space explorers attempted to push the frontiers of our knowledge,
so too
are the new space explorers seeking to add to man’s general understanding of the cosmos.
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Re: Parallelism [#permalink] New post 13 Jul 2007, 01:01
bmwhype2 wrote:
Just as the earlier space explorers attempted to push the frontiers of our knowledge, so too are the new space explorers seeking to add to man’s general understanding of the cosmos.

Is the above sentence parallel?

Just as
the earlier space explorers attempted to push the frontiers of our knowledge,
so too
are the new space explorers seeking to add to man’s general understanding of the cosmos.


nevermind. i did not see the subject verb inversion.

Just as
the earlier space explorers attempted to push the frontiers of our knowledge,
so too
are the new space explorers (are) seeking to add to man’s general understanding of the cosmos.
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spacey parallel [#permalink] New post 13 Jul 2007, 03:58
It seems parallel to me.
spacey parallel   [#permalink] 13 Jul 2007, 03:58
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