Brianna C.

asked • 07/26/18

Break down this sentence: In my younger and more vulnerable years my father gave me some advice that I've been turning over in my mind ever since

The teacher wrote:  Analyze that sentence's "grammar"  in any way that you want to/are able to. Start at the word class level if you like. You could talk about phrases and clauses within the sentence. You could tell what kind of sentence it is. You could address punctuation, tone, word choice, anything we have studied about grammar in class, or anything you know about language from your own studies in our class blogs or rules project. Just write as much as you can about the grammar/language of the sentence.

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Chris R. answered • 07/29/18

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