"rather than + do/doing" ?
I thought that the verbs on both sides of "rather than" should be parallel.
So it would be "sb V sth rather than V sth." and "sb Ving sth rather than Ving sth." Am I correct?
For example, "The man who wants to help you rather than cheat on you is my brother." Is this grammatically correct?
So as for the following sentence,
"Satisfier, one who selects the first satisfactory option rather than continuing the process. "
"Continuing" is used because that " the first satisfactory option" is the one that is being compared to, and "option" is a noun.
Is this explanation correct?
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