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Application of parallelism

Himanshu Das
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  1. Collection: Advanced Grammar Lesson 14- Parallelism 14


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  3. APPROACH * The guest list included the Prince of Jaipur, the Queen of Kolkata and Mumbai's mavor Marker: and e List: Prince of Jaipur, Queen of Kolkata, Mumbai's mayor All the elements of the list talk about: guest list Are these elements consistent in structure: No


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  5. EXAMPLE 1 Unlike the buildings in Mesopotamian cities which were arranged haphazardly the same basic plan was followed for all cities of e Indus Valley: with houses laid out on a north-south, east-west grid, and houses and walls were built of standard-size bricks. th 'the buildings in Mesopotamian citie, which were arranged haphazardly, the same basic plan was followed for all cities of ' the buildings in Mesopotamian cities, which were haphazard in arrangement, the same basic plan was used in all cities of o the arrangement of buildings in Mesopotamian cities, which were haphazard, the cities of the Indus Valley all followed the Mesopotamian cities, in which buildings were arranged haphazardly, the cities of the Indus Valley all followed the same 'Mesopotamian cities, which had buildings that were arranged haphazardly; the same basic plan was used for all cities in the the Indus Valley: with houses the Indus Valley: houses were same basic plan: houses basic plan: houses were Indus Vallev: houses that were


  6. EXAMPLE 1 Unlike the buildings in Mesopotamian cities which were arranged haphazardly the same basic plan was followed for all cities of the Indus Valley: with houses laid out on a north-south, east-west grid, and houses and walls were built of standard-size bricks. the Indus Vallew: with heuses tan et -used- talleities-of basie plan heuses basic plan: houses were Vallen: heuses that were Mesopotamian cities, in which buildings were arranged haphazardly, the cities of the Indus Valley all followed the same


  7. EXAMPLE 2 Excavators at the Indus Valley site of Harappa in eastern Pakistan say the discovery of inscribed shards dating to circa 2800-2600 B.C. indicate their development of a Harappan writing system, the use of inscribed seals impressed into clay for marking ownership, and the standardization of weights for trade or taxation occurred many decades, if not centuries, earlier than was previously believed indicate their development of a Harappan writing system, the use of indicate that the development of a Harappan writing system, using indicates that their development of a Harappan writing system, using indicates the development of a Harappan writing system, their use of indicates that the development of a Harappan writing system, the use of " e


  8. EXAMPLE 2 Excavators at the Indus Valley site of Harappa in eastern Pakistan say the discovery of inscribed shards dating to circa 2800-2600 .C. indicate the rane tment of a Harappan writing system, the use ofinscribed seals impressed into clay for marking owneship, and the standardization of weights for trade or taxation occurred many decades, if not centuries, earlier than was previously believed indicate their development of a Harappan writing system, the use of indicate that the development of a Harappan writing system, using indicates that their development of a Harappan writing system, using indicates the development of a Harappan writing system, their use of indicates that the development of a Harappan writing system, the use of " e


  9. EXAMPLE 2 Excavators at the Indus Valley site of Harappa in eastern Pakistan say the discovery of inscribed shards dating to circa 2800-2600 B.C. indicate the rane tment of a Harappan writing system, the use ofinscribed seals impressed into clay for marking owneship, and the standardization of weights for trade or taxation occurred many decades, if not centuries, earlier than was previously believed thetf g system ustng indicates that the development of a Harappan writing system, the use of