In Ernest Hemingway’s “In Another Country,” what kind of sentence length and structure does Hemingway use?
His sentences are often complex.
His sentences are short yet flowing.
His sentences are long and flowing.
His sentences are short and direct.
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They aren't very hard.
So through out all the book he has kept close to the same sentence structure the question is asking what structure they are
so simple, complex
Thats not an one I can Pick.
i know it was just an example sorry XD
so what do you think the answer is?
D but i'm not sure and I gotta to get this one right.
I personally would say that it is A or C because his sentences are longer and they are harder to make with out making a run on sentence so but this is form all that i have read of the book i have not read the full story
I know they are Repetition and polysyndeton but idk how that would help.
Honestly i have no clue i would have to read more of the book to help you, @Jack_Prism would prob be able to help u if he WASNT AFK -.-
while i'll leave the question up for a few maybe he will be on