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Lesson 1: Parallelism - 1
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Introduction to parallelism.

Himanshu Das
Senior Analyst at Dell. BITS Pilani Alumnus. Scored 99.67 percentile in CAT. Follow me to learn Maths and English for CAT preparation.

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not relying but your course is the best alternative of this coaching kind of virus thank u mam
sir is there any source or book you suggest for practice questions.
Himanshu Das
4 months ago
Arun Sharma will be a good starting point. Aim to finish it in a month. Post that you should focus on mock tests (CL was my favorite when I was preparing) Use previous year CAT questions to finish off your prep. I’ll be making a separate course on previous year CAT questions in August/ September.
Aman sharma
4 months ago
sir i am preparing for clat not cat , is still arun sharma a good option?
Himanshu Das
4 months ago
I’ve no idea about CLAT, the kind of questions asked and the difficulty level of the exam. I’m sorry! Wish you all the best! :)
sir...is it complete course???
Himanshu Das
5 months ago
This course has 5 lessons.
Himanshu Das
4 months ago
Hi Sonu, I’ve added 5 more lessons to this series. The series now has 10 lessons. Please check them out! Thanks :)
Sonu Giri
4 months ago
Thanks sir..
  1. Collection: Advanced Grammar Lesson 1 Parallelism 1


  2. About Me .B.E. from BITS Pilani Business Advisor, Dell . Follow me on Unacademy: https://unacademy.in/user/HimanshuDas


  3. PARALLELISM Parallelism means consistency A sentence can have a "list" of: Nouns . Adjectives Phrases Clauses Verbs . Adverbs If the list isn't consistent, it implies a parallelism error.


  4. LIST "List" down vour achievements- CAT Topper - 100m sprint Champion . NTSE Scholar List means common or similar items.


  5. EXAMPLE " I purchased a glass of milk, a cake and a pastry from the caf . (NOUNS) I was thrilled and excited about my presentation. (ADJECTIVES) e You must prepare for your exams sincerely and diligently. (ADVERBS) * I enjoy eating and sleeping (VERBS)


  6. ERROR Just as hardwork is required to succeed in life, one also needs to work smart.


  7. ERROR Just as one needs to work hard to succeed in life, one also needs to work smart


  8. PARALLELISM Parallelism means consistency A sentence can have a "list" of: Nouns . Adjectives Phrases Clauses Verbs . Adverbs If the list isn't consistent, it implies a parallelism error.