Last night, Alex held a one-man performance for his school talent show where he played the flute, danced a popular jig and was making funny jokes in between songs. Identify the type of grammatical error in the sentence above. Then write a new sentence fixing the error. If no error then write NO ERROR
The grammatical error found in the sentence above is parallelism. Last night, Alex held a one-man performance for his school talent show where he played the flute, danced a popular jig, and made funny jokes in between songs.
Out of a fired ship, which by no way But drowning could be rescued from the flame, Some men leap’d forth, and ever as they came Near the foes’ ships, did by their shot decay; So all were lost, which in the ship were found, They in the sea being burnt, they in the burnt ship drowned. -John Donne Identify two rhetorical tools that Donne uses and what effect they have on the poem.
Rhyme- The poem has a rhyme scheme of ABBACC. This gives the poem a more lyrical effect as well as a greater sense of unity. Enjambment- The poem is essentially one long sentence without exclamation marks or punctuated lines. This gives the poem a slightly detached and matter of fact effect as the poem does not rise and fall in tone or quickly change pace.
Robert Campin's 1428 Annunciation scene in the Merode Triptych to the 1464 Annunciation by Piero della Francesca. How is each work of art representative of the styles associated with their place of origin during the 15th century?
Robert Campin's Annunciation is a Northern European oil painting. Annunciation contains quintessential elements of Northern European painting such as detailed attention to haptic qualities (lustre over lume), compressed spacial recession, interior setting, disproportionately large scaled figures. Piero della Francesca's Annunciation, as typical of Early Italian Renaissance painting, emphasizes volume over texture (lume over lustre) through tuscan tonal painting and prioritizes geometric forms and linear perspective.