Struck with below problem found in MGMAT SC
The resort was advertised as a place where
singles can meet one another and that offers
an Olympic‐sized swimming pool.
ANSWER as given there -
This question is about parallelism. Parallel clauses involving
relative pronouns should start with the same relative pronoun
(“where” and “that” do not match.)
Hence : The resort was advertised as a place where
singles can meet one another and where guests can swim in
an Olympic-sized swimming pool.
My Doubt -
Above highlighted part contradicts with Below point mentioned in MGMAT SC
GUIDE - The subordinators do not have to be identical.
Right: There are many people WHO
speak English BUT WHOSE
parents do not.
Thus, according to MGMAT SC
GUIDE - relative clauses in parallel can start with different words.
Kindly resolve this paradox, whether Relative clauses(also acting as subordinate clauses) in parallel can start with different words or not ?
Thanks in advance !
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