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accepted Some techniques to replace infinitives?
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comment The ambitious/arrogant tone of “I”
I can see how I can use varied sentence length to create subordination (like Zigg Marley's quote) but are there other techniques I could use for a "strong, convincing statement"?
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comment “Woman is the 'n-word' of the world”?
I wonder if "nigga" can be categorized under the "n-word" on the case of de jure v. de facto.
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comment The ambitious/arrogant tone of “I”
Well, I understand the point of an active voice but is there any way to rephrase it without the arrogant tone or should I select my diction more carefully?
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asked Henry Adams’s use of punctuation, “:—”
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asked Some techniques to replace infinitives?