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Psalm 18, about the divine participle

Psalm 18
about the divine participle

(Note Advent and Lent have
Participle meanings)

Lord, you are action, you
Are acting

The active spirit in the… 71 more words

Ambiguity - Participle vs. Gerund [Outside Magazine online Article]

When I first read the first sentence below, I assumed that ‘performing’ was a participle, modifying the ‘you’ that is the subject. But that reading of course leaves ‘can’ without a subject, which I assumed initially was a mistake. 37 more words

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Closing house, opening doors

As you may know, after 10 great years, Participle has taken the decision to close its doors on 16 October, 2015. This means that this will be our final post for the foreseeable future.

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Whitman's poetic grammar: attending to process

With the 1855 edition of Leaves of Grass, Whitman sends to Emerson a poetry that would seem to be a direct response to his call (in “The Poet”) for a “metre-making argument.” Such is a poetry that moves beyond the conventional forms and metres of poety: a poetry that finds its source in the very forms of America (a poem in our eyes). 942 more words

Emerson

Appendix 1. Verbs

 

Verbs tell activities, faculties, or states, for example to think, to work, or to be. They may do this in four Aspects. The Aspects are the Simple, the Progressive, the Perfect, and the Perfect Progressive. 1,079 more words

American English

Why are our politicians too scared to talk about love? A view from Australia

Public services don’t need to be transactional. Let’s not be afraid to talk about adding ‘love’ to the typical public service relationship, says Dr. Jennifer Sinclair in Australia.

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