Parallel Structures

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Once you’ve completed both lessons in this short course about Parallel Structures, you might then wish to download our Lesson Worksheets to check your progress or print for your students. These professional PDF worksheets can be easily accessed for only a few Academic Marks.

Lesson 1 explores the topic: What is parallel structure in English grammar? Our Lesson 1 Worksheet (containing guidance, activities and answer keys) can be accessed here at the click of a button.

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Lesson 2 explores the topic: Which 5 tips for correct parallel structure are best? Our Lesson 2 Worksheet (containing guidance, activities and answer keys) can be accessed here at the click of a button. 

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