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Syntax is an arrangement of words that placed in the proper format conveys a message to the world It is very easy to type out a sentence or write a paper based on the tools you are given from your teacher or professor but to create your own style and syntactically arrange them is a whole new ballgame Not only must one create their own style in writing but in speaking as well The arrangement in which you put your words reflect your personality and can boost your place in society or ruin it Two authors Ann E Imbrie and Barbara Mellix tell their personal recollection of how their use of words evolved from borrowing to creating Like a fine wine syntax requires time practice use age and creativity to formulate ones own trademark technique When you dont have words of your own you can borrow somebody elses Imbrie 1 says Ann E Imbrie author of Words Become Us Her story is one of finding oneself and the consequences of being unable to Her past involved Gordon with whom she shared a passion for words and poetry It was he who taught her how to take pleasure in other peoples words They both loved and quoted poets from the twelfth century to contemporary times Imbrie went on to college and furthered her skills in writing meanwhile Gordon dropped out of Oberlin numerous times before he permanently became the a college dropout In Vietnam he was to war but he was exemplified from his duties to fight and did community service washing cars for the state He purchased a little shack where he stayed for most of his lifetime which he remained for long time When Imbrie finally had the chance to visit him he had been reduced to an absolute failure A nobody with no hopes no dreams and no aspirations He had lost his words as well because syntactically he had never grown
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