Lack of Parallelism

Identifying and Fixing Sentences that Lack Parallelism   When does a sentence lack parallelism?   A sentence lacks parallelism when terms within a list in a sentence do not share a form. For example, the list in the following sentence lacks parallelism: “This task requires patience, focus, and working together.” This sentence lacks parallelism because… Continue reading Lack of Parallelism

Changing Adjectives to their Inflectional Comparative and Superlative Forms

Learn the Rules for Changing Adjectives to their Inflectional Comparative and Superlative Forms   What are inflectional comparative and superlative forms?   Many adjectives take inflectional comparative and superlative forms, which means they can be altered for the purpose of making comparisons by having a suffix added to them.1 For example, the inflectional comparative form… Continue reading Changing Adjectives to their Inflectional Comparative and Superlative Forms