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Hello,

1. Gautam is studying English , Psychology, and is taking two computer courses as wwll.

Is this sentence correct?

2. Not only are they paying for their daughter's children but also for their parents' health insurance.

Is this senetnce correct?
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Not quite, Hanuman:

1. Gautama is studying English and Psychology, and is taking two computer courses as well.

2. They are paying not only for their daughter's children but also for their parents' health insurance.
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What about these two? Both correct?

Not only are they paying for their daughter's children, but (also) they are paying for their parents' health insurance.

Not only they are paying for their daughter's children, but (also) they are paying for their parents' health insurance.

Grammatically parallel, but stylistically clunky. The grace of parallel structures is in the words they save.

In spoken English, on the other hand, the most common form may be:

Not only are they paying for their daughter's children, but they're also paying their parents' health insurance.

Spoken English does not require the afterthought that acceptable written English does.
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