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S is for Synecdoche | #AtoZChallenge

Synecdoche A figure of speech in which the part is made to represent the whole, or vice-versa. Synecdoche is a subclass of metonymy where a whole represents a part (“Edmonton” represents the Oilers hockey team), a part represents a whole … Continue reading

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B is for Balanced Sentence and Beer | #AtoZChallenge

A balanced sentence consists of two roughly equal parts that are similar in grammatical structure and importance. It is the opposite of a regular, or loose sentence. Because of their symmetry, parallel structure, clarity, and impact, balanced sentences are often … Continue reading

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