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Cohesive devices

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:28 by NZTecAdmin

There are many devices that speakers and writers can use to make a text more cohesive. They include lexical chains, pronoun references and ellipsis. They build on the prior experience or schemas that listeners and readers bring to listening or reading.



15 March 2017 01:37
In my opinion most modern trend is the more incohesive text the better. Really. Try reading some philosophy articles 2000 - till now. You will find them interesting.
More about writing tyles at http://thetermpapers.net/ .
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