Linguistic decomposition

Linguistic decomposition

  • Meaningless invalidity
  • The example as a valid manifesto
  • Knowing the whole without knowing everything
  • The ideal of health
  • The carousel as centrifuge
  • The seal and its spell
  • The subject and its objects
  • The noun and its companion
  • The word and its pronunciation in the whole sentence
  • Man, his attribute and action
  • The document and a reflection of it
  • An idealism or how to disregard guidelines
  • Mindfuck or the unlimited positive
  • Writing with pleasure
  • Oh, your garden is so beautiful
  • Seemingly the same, fundamentally different
  • Diagram of a disease
  • Linguistic depravity
  • verb and subject in harmony with the event
  • The essence of the essential
  • From the penetration of thick boards
  • On the accessibility of the finite
  • From now on - right away
  • Why stupidity is so intense
  • Neither, nor would both be wrong
  • Dictionaries and their genres