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Guys, I have a question about this construction. Parallelism requries us to choose "do, do, do".
But sometimes the correct answers are like this: "do, do, while doing"...

Please, advise in which case the second construction is needed.

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New post 05 Oct 2010, 13:11
MGMAT instructor just explained this issue in another thread: snake-102115.html#p794462

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