Once upon a time I taught school in the hills of Tennessee, where the broad dark vale of the Mississippi begins to roll and crumple to greet the Alleghanies. I was a Fisk student then, and all Fisk men think that Tennessee--beyond the ... Read more of A NEGRO SCHOOLMASTER IN THE NEW SOUTH at Martin Luther King.caInformational Site Network Informational
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The Parts Of Speech
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The Sentence
A sentence is an assemblage of words so arranged as to ...

Subscription
The Subscription or ending of a letter consists of the term o...

Infinitives
Present Perfect ...

Pronoun
A pronoun is a word used in place of a noun; as, "John gave h...

Letters
A letter is a mark or character used to represent an articula...

Article
An Article is a word placed before a noun to show whether the...

A Or An
A becomes an before a vowel or before h mute for the sake of ...


SIMPLICITY




Diction - Purity - Propriety - Precision.

Simplicity of style has reference to the choice of simple words and
their unaffected presentation. Simple words should always be used in
preference to compound, and complicated ones when they express the same
or almost the same meaning. The Anglo-Saxon element in our language
comprises the simple words which express the relations of everyday life,
strong, terse, vigorous, the language of the fireside, street, market and
farm. It is this style which characterizes the Bible and many of the
great English classics such as the "Pilgrim's Progress," "Robinson
Crusoe," and "Gulliver's Travels."




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