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common aspects of a text, e.g. a recipe is always consists of commands (place all ingredients into a bowl, switch the oven on to 180Âº); a story usually has a beginning, a middle and an end; poetry is usually written in short lines divided into stanzas or verses; paragraphs divide up a longer text according to topic; etc.
in music: soft music we hear without noticing, played to create atmosphere (mood).
the way a letter begins and ends, depending on the kind or purpose of the letter and the person...
adjective, e.g. She is friendly. ï,- As a...
some pronouns always take a singular verb, e.g. no-one, none, nobody, everybody.