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Solemnis

Are you familiar with the folk tale, “Henny Penny?”  Here in the United States, the tale is sometimes called “Chicken Little.”  In short, an acorn falls on a chicken’s head and the chicken panics.  “The sky is falling!”  There are … Continue reading

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Passive Voices

As a writer, I struggle with the “passive voice.” Recollect, a transitive verb means “action” between a subject and an object. “Clapton shot the sheriff.” Clapton is the subject, the sheriff is the object.  “Shot” is the “action.”  The sentence … Continue reading

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