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We live in a world in which crime is rampant, children are [#permalink] New post 17 Sep 2005, 06:35
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We live in a world in which crime is rampant, children are recalcitrant, change is the only constant, and uncertainty prevails.

(A) children are recalcitrant, change is the only constant, and uncertainty prevails.
(B) children are recalcitrant, change is the only constant, and uncertainty is prevalent.
(C) in which children are recalcitrant, in which change is the only constant, and in which uncertainty is prevalent.
(D) where children are recalcitrant, where change is the only constant and where uncertainty is prevalent.
(E) where children are recalcitrant, change is the only constant, and uncertainty is prevalent
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 [#permalink] New post 17 Sep 2005, 08:51
we live in a world in which xyx, wer, hgd and ght....

so B makes most sense to me...
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 [#permalink] New post 17 Sep 2005, 11:23
well, this is surely B,

A is faulty cause the 4th element ends with a verb
C this alternative is very parallell indeed, but we only need the
in which in the beginning of the list.
D,E no need for where
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 [#permalink] New post 17 Sep 2005, 15:41
As strange as it may sound B aint the OA!!! :evil:
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Re: SC - Parallelism! [#permalink] New post 17 Sep 2005, 16:12
rahulraao wrote:
We live in a world in which crime is rampant, children are recalcitrant, change is the only constant, and uncertainty prevails.

(C) in which children are recalcitrant, in which change is the only constant, and in which uncertainty is prevalent.

C. Only C maintains the llism. B is run-on sentence.
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 [#permalink] New post 17 Sep 2005, 19:00
macca wrote:
well, this is surely B,

A is faulty cause the 4th element ends with a verb
C this alternative is very parallell indeed, but we only need the
in which in the beginning of the list.
D,E no need for where


I reasoned the same as you did, Macca, but let's wait for the OA and a better explanation!
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 [#permalink] New post 19 Sep 2005, 07:29
OA is C

"in which" is part of a prepositional phrase. If we start the parallelism after "in which" we are using parallel fragments. Also without “in whichâ€
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 [#permalink] New post 19 Sep 2005, 10:40
damn, I would have gone with B too!

How is "in which" used correctly here?
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