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Everyone brought his own book to read and food to eat. Give an example of parallel structure
Here are the examples of parallel structure: 1.The teacher said that he was a poor student because he waited until the last minute to study for the exam, completed his lab problems in a careless manner, and lacked motivation. 2. [ The production manager was asked to write his report quickly, accurately, and thoroughly. Click the link for more details: ]
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