Parallelism exists at many levels in a sentence. In this case one can have parallelism with "[in which to] A and B" or "[in which] to A and to B. The parellism depends on where one draws the brackets for the common piece.Originally Posted by jiang
In this sentence, the "to expect" is a problem for me. One does not go to college "to expect" the real world. I think "think about" would work better.
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