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RHETORIC AND LANGUAGE
GRAMMAR AND ITS PROBLEMS
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abstract active adjective adverb adverbial clauses allusion American appears argument assertion audience avoid beginning C. S. Lewis commas common COMPARE concrete connotations constructions context coordinating conjunction definition E. M. Forster Edmund Wilson effect English equivalent essay example expression fact feel following passage formal function gerund give grammatical human ideas illustrate important independent clauses irony kind language less literary logical look meaning ment metaphor mind modifiers nature noun object paragraph participial passive passive voice pattern periodic sentence person philosophy point of view political predication prepositional phrase probably problem pronoun prose punctuation purpose quotation R. G. Collingwood reader reference repetition rhetorical rhythm Roger Taney sense sentence sequence simple sometimes speech split infinitive statement structure style subordinate clauses suggest T. S. Eliot thing thought tion tive transitional usage usually vague verb verbal vocabulary voice words writer