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    i have been asked 'what grammatical term descirbes the following; 'Madam, i'm Adam'. Can anyone tell me as i've looded everywhere and cant find an explanation to help me to decide, thanks

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    Default Re: grammatical terms

    Quote Originally Posted by amanda7228
    i have been asked 'what grammatical term descirbes the following; 'Madam, i'm Adam'. Can anyone tell me as i've looded everywhere and cant find an explanation to help me to decide, thanks
    That is a palindrome, the same sequence of letters or numbers whether read backwards or forwards.

    http://www.usingenglish.com/glossary/palindrome.html

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