A sentence with one independant clause and atleast one dependant clause.
A sentence with two or more coordinate independat clauses, often joined by one or more conjunctions.
A sentence with two or more principal clauses and one or more coordinate clauses.
A faciful, particularly clever extended metaphor.
Details that relate to or describe actual, specific things or events.
The implied or associative meaning of a word.
A sentence in which the main independant clause is elaborated by the successive addition of modifying clauses or phrases.
A sentence that makes a statement or Decleration.
Reasoning in which a conclusion is reached by stating a general principle, and then applying that principle case.
The literal meaning of a word.
A variety of speech characterized by its own particular grammar or pronunciation, often associated with aparticular geographical region.
The word choices made by a writer.
Having the primar purpose of teaching or instructing.
Harsh, inharmonous, or discordant words(remember Diss in Dissonance).
The ommission of a word or phrase which is grammatically necessary but can be deduced from the context.