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    Sweet lovers love the spring. (As You Like It)

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    Default Re: Diagramming Shakespeare 31 CAT 1

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Antonson View Post
    Sweet lovers love the spring. (As You Like It)
    This sentence is quite straightforward.

    Hello Frank,

    How are you? Spring is in the air! Did you do something in the garden yet?

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    Yes, straight forward, but I like to show that there are easy sentences too.

    Nothing really in the garden, but, more importantly it is looking as if we get to save the farm. We've been involved in an inheritance dispute that has been a nightmare. (Shakespeare's "King Lear" comes to mind, as well as "A Merchant of Venice") Eventually I will tell you more about it and the "Old Ways Museum" -- home of competitive sentence diagramming and other wonderful old activities.
    I'm going off to a farm auction this morning. I love those because you can still see there the remains of an older horse-drawn culture here in Pennsylvania. It contrasts sharply with the golf-playing, sports-car-driving culture that is creeping out of the towns and cities.

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