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Many exam boards ask a question about how a writer structures a text to engage the interest of the reader. What do they actually mean by the term 'structure'? Does this demand writing about more than paragraphs? What do you think? How would you define structure?
How would make the following sentence:
“A sentence with two appositives for the same name. Make each appositive complex (each appositive must contain a subordinate clause)”
How would I make the following sentence:
“A sentence with a single complex appositive. (This is the complex part: The subordinate clause nested within your appositive must have a triple predicate with each predicate consisting of a transitive verb, a direct object, and either participial or infinitive phrases) (hint: your phrases could be the direct objects).”
Can someone help me create this sentence and explain it as well. :)
What is an example of a sentence that is “a compound, complex sentence with an appositive somewhere in the sentence and includes a resumptive modifier”? Please explain.
-Please explain what is an resumptive modifier
What image does Shakespeare create of Macbeth BEFORE the audience first meet him in Act one Scene 3?
How has the European Romanticism politically influenced nations towards ideals of freedom, liberty and self-identity?
at this point in the play Macbeth is justifying his killing of Duncan's guards to Macduff and the other thanes.
starting with this speech explore how shakespeare presents macbeth as duplicitous. Write about: How Shakespeare presents double dealing in this speech. How Shakespeare presents double dealing in the play as a whole