English 101

Sports fans may disagree about whether going to baseball games or to watch football is more fun, but few people can ignore the importance of sports in America.
A This sentence is parallel.
B This sentence is not parallel.
Some sports fans argue endlessly and with anger about whether football or baseball is truly the American pastime.
A This sentence is parallel.
B This sentence is not parallel.
Baseball backers may insist that baseball is the more important game because it requires skill, dexterity, and speed.
A This sentence is parallel.
B This sentence is not parallel.
On the other hand, football fans may praise a quarterback’s speed, skill and how agile he is.
A This sentence is parallel.
B This sentence is not parallel.
I myself prefer basketball because of its swiftness, unpredictability, and stunning moves.
A This sentence is parallel.
B This sentence is not parallel.
Louise projected the photographs on a large screen that she had taken at the zoo.

A This sentence contains a misplaced modifier.
B This sentence contains a dangling modifier
C This sentence is correct.
There is a bracelet in the museum that is four thousand years old.

A This sentence contains a misplaced modifier.
B This sentence contains a dangling modifier
C This sentence is correct.
Determined, Christy Haubegger planned to publish a bilingual magazine for Hispanic women.

A This sentence contains a misplaced modifier.
B This sentence contains a dangling modifier
C This sentence is correct.
All bundled up in a blanket, the baby’s first outing was a brief one.

A This sentence contains a misplaced modifier.
B This sentence contains a dangling modifier
C This sentence is correct.
The storm did not prevent the undaunted crew from setting sail as planned

A This sentence contains a misplaced modifier.
B This sentence contains a dangling modifier
C This sentence is correct.
Einstein liked doing mathematical research more than to supervise a large laboratory

A This sentence is parallel.
B This sentence is not parallel.
While wrapping the gifts, I noticed that Murphy, my pet terrier, kept trying to untie the bows.

A The sentence contains a dangling modifier.
B This sentence contains a dangling modifier
C This sentence is correct.

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