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The sentence (Studying is when I fall asleep) is an example of which of these? improperly placed adverb, parallel structure, dangling participle, or none of these
This sentence has an error in parallel structure.
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User: The sentence (Studying is when I fall asleep) is an example of which of these? improperly placed adverb, parallel structure, dangling participle, or none of these

Weegy: This sentence has an error in parallel structure.
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User: )If the team practices with the new players, they will improve.) which of these is the error case, agreement, or reference.

Weegy: It is in agreement.
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