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Every region faces its own potential disasters: tornadoes in the Midwest, hurricanes in the South, earthquakes along the West Coast, and killer blizzards wrack the East Coast.

tornadoes in the Midwest, hurricanes in the South, earthquakes along the West Coast
the Midwest's tornadoes, the South's hurricanes, the West Coast's earthquakes
tornadoes trouble the Midwest, hurricanes plague the South, earthquakes disturb the West Coast
the Midwestern tornadoes, Southern hurricanes, earthquakes along the West Coast
tornadoes, hurricanes, and earthquakes in the Midwest, South, and West Coast
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New post 25 May 2015, 05:08
IMO C because it maintains parallelism.
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New post 25 May 2015, 10:13
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Every region faces its own potential disasters: tornadoes in the Midwest, hurricanes in the South, earthquakes along the West Coast, and killer blizzards wrack the East Coast.

tornadoes in the Midwest, hurricanes in the South, earthquakes along the West Coast
the Midwest's tornadoes, the South's hurricanes, the West Coast's earthquakes
tornadoes trouble the Midwest, hurricanes plague the South, earthquakes disturb the West Coast
the Midwestern tornadoes, Southern hurricanes, earthquakes along the West Coast
tornadoes, hurricanes, and earthquakes in the Midwest, South, and West Coast


Every region faces its own potential disasters :tornadoes trouble the Midwest, hurricanes plague the South, earthquakes disturb the West Coast , and killer blizzards wrack the East Coast.

: - Presents a list of disasters

its - Referring to religion

tornadoes trouble the Midwest, hurricanes plague the South, earthquakes disturb the West Coast - Presents Parallelism...

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New post 24 Jul 2017, 03:23
Parallelism: The list contains four elements and the last element (which has a subject and a verb) is not underlined.

Therefore the other three elements must have a subject and a verb to maintain that parallelism.
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