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I am writing an essay where I am supposed to write sentences that demonstrate "series of three" using parallel structure.
What is that?

Here are some examples:

For breakfast this morning, I ate scrambled eggs, bacon, and toast.

Janie, Sam, and Mariah are my closest friends.

My favorite activities are swimming, skiing, and bicycling.

This type of assignment is to get you to understand parallel structure:


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