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Here, hear, last official blog entry for the course! We are wrapping up the last two chapters of Neff & Nafus’s Self-Tracking this week, and will move quickly into the end of the semester. 432 more words
President Donald Trump does not sound like a traditionally impressive orator. His sentences are grammatically awkward, repetitive, and composed of highly simplistic words.
Trump’s remarks when he announced his campaign for presidency presents a typical example of his rambling, incoherent speaking style: 931 more words
Alleotheta (al-le-o-the’-ta): Substitution of one case, gender, mood, number, tense, or person for another. Synonymous with enallage. general category that includes antiptosis [(a type of enallage in which one grammatical case is substituted for another)] and all forms of enallage [(the substitution of grammatically different but semantically equivalent constructions)]. 180 more words