Rewrite the faulty sentences using parallel structure. (See Handbook of Technical Writing, 392-393) 1. I like just a glass of orange juice better than eating a big breakfast. 2. He drew out a little notebook, a ballpoint pen, and began to take notes. 3. Watching TV is better than doing nothing at all. 4. This program can be enjoyed both by parents and the children. 5. I have neither seen him nor have I heard from him. 6. Some compounds are written as one word, some are joined by hyphens, and some are written as separate words. 7. I am taking chemistry partly because I like it as well as for the credit hours. 8. He was not only an outstanding athlete but he was a first-rate student as well. 9. The landlord said we would either have to turn down the hi-fi set or we would have to move out. 10. Cutting down on driving serves both the interests of the economy and of energy conservation. 11. The value of a course depends as much on its inherent interests as the practical use you can put it to. 12. The earth owes its oxygen-rich atmosphere entirely to the chemistry of green plants, not to volcanic activities. 13. The verbal facility scores of girls are usually higher than the boys. 14. My roommate is generous, considerate, and a person who is easy to get along with. 15. The faculty has the same interests in good parking facilities as that of the students. Note: You may call or e-mail me at any time. I will probably be in my office on Saturday 508-565-1087 and at home during the evenings 781-341-0878. I don’t get e-mail at home.