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In her book, the author discusses her childhood, her desire

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In her book, the author discusses her childhood, her desire to become an executive and how she made her first successful product launch.

A) to become an executive and how she made

B) that she become an executive, and how she made

C) that she became an executive, and

D) that she become an executive and that she make

E) to become an executive, and

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her X, her Y, and her Z... best illustrates parallel noun structure

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Doesn't E change the meaning?

Decribing how she made her first launch if different from
Describing her first launch, Isn't it?

Or am I analyzing a little too much?

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kripalkavi wrote:
Doesn't E change the meaning?

Decribing how she made her first launch if different from
Describing her first launch, Isn't it?

Or am I analyzing a little too much?


A story on her first launch will cover how she made her first launch. No? :wink:
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New post 06 Nov 2006, 00:48
yup...analyzing a little too much! Should remind myself that this is an SC! :lol: Thanks!

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New post 07 Nov 2006, 17:57
We can remove A,B and D since they will result in unparallel sentences. E is better since 'to become' is clear and does not result in an awkward sentence.

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New post 07 Nov 2006, 21:15
I would stick with A, as "How she made her first product launch" is different from "and her first product launch"
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New post 08 Nov 2006, 01:11
kripalkavi wrote:
In her book, the author discusses her childhood, her desire to become an executive and how she made her first successful product launch.

A) to become an executive and how she made

B) that she become an executive, and how she made

C) that she became an executive, and

D) that she become an executive and that she make

E) to become an executive, and
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Will E change the meaning. If the author discusses her first successful product launch, this will definitely include how she made her first successful launch. :idea:
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