I have yet to be proven otherwise that parallelism refers to the consistency of verb tense and/or number in a sentence. As in, “Dumbledore dueled with Grindelwald, ate an earwax-flavored Bertie Botts Every Flavor Bean , and possessed the Elder Wand.” *Notice all the verbs are in past tense.* If you know of/stumble across any examples that don’t deal with verbs, please post.
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A basic understanding of verb tense appears to be paramount towards grasping a majority of the GMAT sentence correction questions. However, intuitive awareness will also help with all forms of furfure writing, including those MBA admissions essays you’ve been putting off. 453 more words