IntroductionG-matic language seems to be a special breed of language because it follows parallelism, rather too strictly. In fact, the very standard-written-expression nature of G-matic sentences is because of this adherence. Most often, test takers are taught that parallel structure is simply the use of similar forms together. Unfortunately, this simplistic view of the concept does more harm than good at higher difficulty level questions.
In the following exhaustive discussion of parallel structure, you will learn the concepts of parallelism from the very basic levels to higher difficult levels. This conceptual understanding is quite crucial as most of G-matic sentences are subject to these parallelism principles.