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« on: July 02, 2022, 12:06:23 am »

Analysing what?

Well English Grammar, of course, as that is the subject of the thread. The single word "analysing" here is not intended to convey any further meaning. It is just a tag taken from the title of the book. Most books are too lengthy simply to be incorporated in a post and so I put them in Ulozto.

I expect a user with an interest in English Grammar will at least download the Ulozto link given and then discover that it is a book, a book with the title "Analysing English Sentences - a Minimalist Approach".

I could have said more about the book and my own approach thereto
but I prefer not to be excessive and to allow members to explore and discover for themselves, confining my own comments to a subsequent reply if called for.

It is more fun that way is it not?
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