What is wrong with the following sentence?

Do you advise me to go to college or that I should get a job after high school?

Choices:
1. Run-on
2. Misplaced part
3. Lacks parallel parts.
4. Properly constructed sentence

Your sentence lacks parallel parts. The first part of your sentence is:

"Do you advise me to go to college or . . ."

The rest of your sentence should continue the infinitive construction --"Do you advise me to ..." One way to correct it is:

"Do you advise me to go to college or GET A JOB AFTER HIGH SCHOOL?"

What is a properly constructed sentence?

Trikzz Trikzz answered
4 years ago

First question ever asked probz, amazing...in 05 XD

Explain Bot Explain Bot answered
7 months ago

A properly constructed sentence is a grammatically correct sentence that follows the rules and conventions of language. It has a clear subject and verb, conveys a complete thought, and is free from major errors in punctuation, syntax, and grammar. A properly constructed sentence is essential for effective communication as it ensures clarity and understanding between the writer and the reader.

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