Title: A Transition; the Growth of an Individual Texts Cited: "From Outside, In" by Barbara Mellix "Words Become Us" by Anne E. Imbrie
Syntax is an arrangement of words that placed in the proper format, conveys a message to the world. It is very easy to type out a sentence, or write a paper based on the tools you are given from your teacher or professor, but to create your own style and "syntactically" arrange them is a whole new ballgame. Not only must one create their own style in writing, but in speaking as well. The arrangement in which you put your words reflect your personality and can boost your place in society, or ruin it. Two authors, Ann E. Imbrie and Barbara Mellix, tell their personal recollection of how…
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