COM 120 Week 1 Parallel Structure 579

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1. In the United States, the national flower is the rose, and they picked the bald eagle as the national bird.
- In the United States, the national flower is the rose, and the national bird is the bald eagle.
- In the United States, the national flower is the rose, and the national bird is known as the bald eagle.
- No change
2. Every state in the United States names an official bird, grows an official flower, and is known for an official tree.
- Every state in the United States names an official bird, an official flower, and has an official tree.
- Every state in the United States names an official bird, flower, and tree.
- No change
3. The pine is familiar, popular, and being often chosen as a state tree.
- The pine is familiar, popular, and often chosen as a state tree.
- The pine is familiar, popular, and more often chosen as a state tree.
- No change
4. The Eastern hemlock is not only the state tree of Pennsylvania but also it is a species threatened with extinction.
- The Eastern hemlock is not only the state tree of Pennsylvania but also is a species threatened with extinction.
- The Eastern hemlock not only is the state tree of Pennsylvania but also is a species
threatened with extinction.
- No change
5. Thousands of species of trees nationwide are killed by diseases, eaten by insects, and suffering damage pollution.
- Thousands of species of trees nationwide are killed by diseases, insects, and damage from pollution.
- Thousands of species of trees nationwide are killed by diseases, eating by insects, and suffering damage from pollution. - No change
6. Americans should be as concerned about the potential extinction of native trees as about threats to the now protected bald eagle.
- Americans should be as concerned about the potential extinction of native trees as threats to the now protected bald eagle.
- Americans should be as concerned about the potential extinction of native trees as threatening the now protected bald eagle.
- No change
7. Calling attention to the plight of American trees, campaigning for a national tree, and to raise funds are three of the tasks recently undertaken by the National Arbor Day Foundation.
- Calling attention to the plight of American trees, to campaign for a national tree, and to raise funds are three of the tasks recently undertaken by the National Arbor Day Foundation.
- Calling attention to the plight of American trees, campaigning for a national tree, and raising funds are three of the tasks recently undertaken by the National Arbor Day Foundation.
- No change
8. Neither the United States nor did any of the states have an official tree in the country's early years.
- Neither the United States had nor did any of the states have an official tree in the country's early years.
- Neither the United States nor any of the states had an official tree in the country's early years.
- No change
9. In 2001, the National Arbor Day Foundation asked Americans to vote on a national tree and to fund a national forest.
- In 2001, the National Arbor Day Foundation asked Americans to vote on a national tree and funding a national forest.
- In 2001, the National Arbor Day Foundation asked Americans for a vote on a national tree and to fund a national forest.
- No change
10. People voted on the National Arbor Day Foundation's website and by mail for their favorite among twenty-one different trees.
- People voted on the National Arbor Day Foundation's website and mailing for their favorite among twenty-one different trees.
- People voting on the National Arbor Day Foundation's website and mailing for their favorite among twenty-one different trees.
- No change

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