anonymous
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Which of the following sentences is an example of inversion? a) People who live in glass houses should not throw stones. b) Glass houses are not for people who are frequent targets of stone throwers. c) Throw not a stone, you who live in glass houses.
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anonymous
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@help123please.
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in·ver·sion /inˈvərZHən/ Noun The action of inverting something or the state of being inverted. Reversal of the normal order of words, typically for rhetorical effect but also found in the regular formation of questions in English. Synonyms reversal
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So...hmmm.

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anonymous
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Erm.. C?
anonymous
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Prolly.
anonymous
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In JFK's inaugural address, he says "United there is little we cannot do in a host of cooperative ventures. Divided there is little we can do." This is an example of inversion, specifically the part where he says "United there is little we cannot do," versus "Divided there is little we can do." (The actual definition of inversion is: Inverted order of words in a sentence (variation of the subject-ver-object order). Source: The Language of Composition. Editors: Shea, Scanlon, Aufses
anonymous
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He reversed it, C is the only one that seems logical.
anonymous
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Okay:)
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Thanks again.!
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YW!

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