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How do you form the past subjunctive of a verb?

Katherine A.
Answer:

There are 3 easy steps to forming the past (or imperfect subjunctive): 1. Begin in the 3rd person plural preterite of a verb >>>Example: tener - tuvieron 2. Break up with your lousy boyfriend, Ron. >>> tuvieRON becomes tuvie 3. Go cheerleading! (add ra, ras, ra, ramos, rais, or ran) >>> yo tuviera, tú tuvieras, ella tuviera, nosotros tuviéramos, vosotros tuvierais, ellos tuvieran

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How does variance of sentence structure and length add to your writing?

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Answer:

By varying the sentence structure and length in your writing, it becomes more interesting for the reader and helps prevent them "tuning out". Ever read a passage and at the end you have no idea what you read? Probably because it was full of similar sentence structure.

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What is the difference between situational irony and verbal irony?

Katherine A.
Answer:

Verbal irony is what most people refer to as "sarcasm". It's when there is a difference in what one says and what they mean. Situational irony is when the setting differs from the theme or plot. A big example is in The Cask of Amontillado when there is a carnival happening, but underground, there is a murder. The key to irony is a difference in perception and reality.

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