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"Still lie the sheltering snows, undimmed and white;
And reigns the winter's pregnant silence still;
No sign of spring, save that the catkins fill,
And willow stems grow daily red and bright.
These are days when ancients held a rite
Of expiation for the old year's ill,
And prayer to purify the new year's will."
Helen Hunt Jackson, A Calendar of Sonnet's: February

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TeachTeach Your TeacherHomePosts: 9,743 mod
Context is king. Just because a sentence is grammatically correct, doesn't mean it makes sense.

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  • AndrewSotnikovAndrewSotnikov Posts: 55 ✭✭
    Yes, context is king. Sometimes sentences make me cofuesed... even if its clear to understanding.

    1. "Does not contain eggs or animal fat". This is text from candy's wrap. It is clear that this candies are not harmful for humans. But... Where is subject in this sentence?

    2. "New road layout ahead". This is road sign in our city. But maybe should be "New road layout IS ahead". Everytime, I read something like "every sentence must contain a verb", there is not.
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