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# Parallelism

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Intern
Joined: 26 Aug 2018
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05 Sep 2018, 13:27
Hi,

I was wondering if all these sentences are correct?

Bob has a cat and he has a dog.

He has a cat and has a dog.

He has a cat and a dog.

I am confident the last sentence is correct, but I'm not sure sure about the first ones. The subject I'm not sure about is whether you can have parallelism with the antecedent and pronoun as the subjects in your separate arguments?(As stated in the first sentence)?

Thanks!

Bryan
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Joined: 29 Aug 2018
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06 Sep 2018, 18:35
In the first sentence you have to put comma after cat to make it correct;

Bob has a cat, and he has a dog.

Rule:Two independent clause cannot be joined by and.
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Joined: 30 Jan 2016
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08 Sep 2018, 07:10
Hi bbui11,

There is an awesome video on parallelism by Ron. It should clarify your understanding of the topic:

https://gmatclub.com/forum/compiled-thu ... 54538.html

Hope this helps!
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Re: Parallelism   [#permalink] 08 Sep 2018, 07:10
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