Decide whether the sentence has parallel structure or not.
This is not parallel as it should be ‘travel’ in order to match with ‘quit’ (two infinitives)
All three parts of the sentence (started the engine/released the hand break/checked the mirror) are verb phrases that follow the same structure i.e. verb (past simple) + noun
This is not a parallel structure as it should be ‘...as having money’ in order to match with ‘being successful’
In order to have a balanced sentence the second part should say ‘because you are feeling sick’ (or shortened to '...or feeling tired'). It will then match ‘because you are tired’
This is parallel as the same structure is used after the correlating conjunctions (his clothes + his mannerisms)
This is a parallel structure as both are adjective + noun (red one/yellow one)
You need to choose either two infinitives (…like to either walk/go) or two gerunds (walking/going)
Don’t get confused by the fact they have different suffixes (i.e. -ent, -ing, - ful) - they are all adjectives
One way to make it a parallel structure would be to say “…we should go for a meal then see a film” or simply “…that we go for a meal then see a film”
There are two verb phrases (eat cheap food + soak up the sun).