Monday, 10 July 2017

My Spelling And Grammar,

are beyond hope,

but this could be a game changer for me, a book on English grammar with chapter titles that include: "Polyptoton," "Aposiopesis," "Merism," "Hyperbaton," "Anadiplosis," "Diacope," "Hendiadys," "Epistrophe," "Tricolon," "Epizeuxis," "Syllepsis," "Enallage," "Zeugma," "Chiasmus," "Catachresis," "Litotes," "Metonymy," "Pleonasm," "Epanalepsis," and even "Scesis Onomaton, Mark Forsyth also known as Inky Fool, presents the secret of writing unforgettable phrases, uncovering the techniques that have made immortal such lines as `To be or not to be' and `Bond. James Bond.' in his latest book The Elements of Eloquence: How to Turn the Perfect English Phrase, this could be the one for me, now out with the dictionary to find our what all of the chapter titles mean.

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