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Subject:Diagramming sentences From:Michael Gos <mgos -at- LEE -dot- EDU> Date:Tue, 8 Dec 1998 08:28:50 -0600
Actually, sentence trees have become so dominant that you can find a simple
explanation of them in almost any introductory linguistics textbook. I
recommend Parker & Riley's "Linguistics for Non-linguists" (Allyn & Bacon)
for my tech writing students, but most any one will cover that subject
Dr. Michael W. Gos
Department of English and Communications
Baytown, Texas 77522
"The world sure looks different from the shade of the Gumbo Limbo."