What are the rules of parallelism? I've been reading a lot about it since yesterday and all I encounter is "They must have the same grammatical form"? What does this exactly mean?
I know how to make parallel sentences with gerunds. The things get trickier when it comes to using modifiers.
I love using the phone that you bought me and the computer.
On the left side of the conjunction there is a noun phrase that consists of an article + noun + another modifier and on the right side there is an article + noun.
They are both noun phrases but the first one has additional modifier. Is that still considered a parallel sentence?
I like to swim and to feel good.
Here on the right side of the conjunction there is an infinitive and on the left side there is an infinitive + complement? Is that parallel?