anonymous
  • anonymous
Read the excerpt from Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen. She could think of nothing more to say; but if he wished to converse with her, he might have better success. He stood by her, however, for some minutes, in silence; and, at last, on the young lady's whispering to Elizabeth again, he walked away. Why is Jane Austen’s sentence structure complex and refined? Her sentences are simple, with only one clause each. Her sentences use repetition for a sing-song effect. Her sentences are unusual, with strange punctuation. Her sentences are long, with more than one clause.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@Keigh2015
Keigh2015
  • Keigh2015
what do you think?
anonymous
  • anonymous
a?

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Keigh2015
  • Keigh2015
no there is more than one clause in each sentence
anonymous
  • anonymous
D?
Mizuki
  • Mizuki
yes u r correct

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