The sentence, as a unit of a certain level, is a sequence of relatively independent lexical and phrasal units (words or word combinations), and what differentiates a sentence from a word is the fact that the sentence structure is changeable; it does have any constant length: it can be shortened or extended, complete or incomplete, simple, compound or complex.


sentence syntactical level ellipsis asyndeton


How to Cite
Shakhzada Saymanova. (2022). Peculiarities of Syntactical Stylistic Devices Used in Poetry. Zien Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 14, 126–128. Retrieved from https://zienjournals.com/index.php/zjssh/article/view/2797


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