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At the fair, not only can I eat tasty food, but I can also see awesome fireworks. how can you make that a parallel sentence

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  1. Get rid of "not only ... but also" and start both clauses with "I can" -- let us know what you come up with.

  2. At the fair, not only can I eat tasty food, but I can also see awesome fireworks.

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  3. At the fair, I can eat tasty food, but also i can see awesome fireworks.

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  4. At the fair i can eat great food and see amazing fireworks.

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