CHAPTER 19: WRITING EFFECTIVE SENTENCES and Sentence Skills Practice 439 ... Revising Sentences to Create Parallel Structure ... WRITING EFFECTIVE SENTENCESpage 461

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Language and Sentence Skills Practice 439Copyright by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved.Revising Sentences to Create Parallel StructureEXERCISE A Bring balance to the following sentences by putting the ideas in parallel form. Add or deletewords as necessary. Use proofreading marks to show your revisions.Example 1. To be an only child could be fun, but not having my brothers is unimaginable.1. Marco loves singing, acting, and to play the drums.2. Jeremy eats lunch in the cafeteria, at home, or he goes to a restaurant.3. During the speech, the governor showed that she has vision, confidence, and is ambitious.4. Meeting voters, answering questions, and discussion of community issues are importantaspects of political campaigning.5. Persuading my mother to let me go will be hard, but to talk my father into it will be evenharder.6. Because he has confidence and being naturally graceful, Tyrone will be a good gymnast.7. The collection in our public library is better than the collections that many college librarieshave.8. Olivia took a lot of time doing the research and to write the report.9. In her speech, Eva discussed the importance of empathy, forgiveness, and being kind.10. Leon persuaded the student council to seek funding for a Japanese class and asking for health-ier lunches.NAME CLASS DATESENTENCESfor CHAPTER 19: WRITING EFFECTIVE SENTENCES page 461Being^


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