Term: Reed-Kellogg Diagrams

Definition:

A Reed-Kellogg diagram is a way of diagramming sentences. It is used to analyse a sentence and portray its structure with a consistent visual scheme. Of all the methods to diagram a sentence, the most popular is that developed by Alonzo Reed and Brainerd Kellogg.

Category: General

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