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Nouns can be paired with phrases in parallel structure. True False
Nouns can be paired with phrases in parallel structure.This is FALSE When writing sentences, ideas need to be expressed in the same grammatical form. [ In other words, nouns should be paired with nouns, verbs with verbs, phrases with phrases, and clauses with clauses. ]
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