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Thursday, 9 April 2015

AMAZING FACTS

                       Dyer Arts and Crafts Normal


Looking for some information for my class I found this really weird sentence: it contains seven identical words in a row and still makes sense!

Let's see!

"It is true for all that that that that that that that refers to is not the same that that that that refers to."

I'll try to clarify it for you:

"It is true for all that, that that 'that' which that 'that' refers to is not the same 'that' which that 'that' refers to."

Let's analize it:




It is true for allthatthatthatthatthatthatthat
pro-
noun
con-
junction
determinernounrelative pronoundeterminernoun
(adjective)"that"which(adjective)"that"

refers to is not the samethatthatthatthatrefers to.
nounrelative pronoundeterminernoun
"that"which(adjective)"that"

Clearer? I hope so!!




                  Green Eggs and Spam Regular

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