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Nonparallel structure can be corrected by splitting infinitives.
What about splitting infinitives? Can we end a sentence with a preposition? ..... of its nonparallel structure by adding the missing ?and? and repeating the object of the sentence (i.e., ..... The sentence can be corrected as follows: ... [ ]
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User: Each and every are indefinite pronouns.

User: Nonparallel structure can be corrected by splitting infinitives.

Weegy: What about splitting infinitives? Can we end a sentence with a preposition? ..... of its nonparallel structure by adding the missing ?and? and repeating the object of the sentence (i.e., ..... The sentence can be corrected as follows: ... [ ]
Samduh|Points 321|

User: Nonparallel structure can be corrected by splitting infinitives. Tru or False

Weegy: What about splitting infinitives? Can we end a sentence with a preposition? ..... of its nonparallel structure by adding the missing ?and? and repeating the object of the sentence (i.e., ..... The sentence can be corrected as follows: ... [ ]
Samduh|Points 321|

User: Nonparallel structure can be corrected by splitting infinitives. True or False

Weegy: What about splitting infinitives? Can we end a sentence with a preposition? ..... of its nonparallel structure by adding the missing ?and? and repeating the object of the sentence (i.e., ..... The sentence can be corrected as follows: ... [ ]
Samduh|Points 321|

User: Nonparallel structure can be corrected by splitting infinitives. Is this True or Falswe





Weegy: False. Splitting an infinitive will not correct a nonparallel sentence. Parallelism concerns the balance of a sentence, or the similarity of words, phrases, or clauses in a list or series.
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