… sentences are made to flow into one another in a logical and harmonious progression. They are frequently linked by conjunctions, or joined phrases, a 'and', sef a wnaeth 'this is what he did', so that the reader is conscious of being moved along by the story. Though coordinate clauses or an elementary pattern of adverbial clause and main clause are the most usual, the syntactic pattern of clauses varies…the word order may be changed from the normal VSO [verb-subject-object] to SVO, OVS…what one is most conscious of is an aesthetic appreciation of the effect of balanced clauses and sentences which contrast with each other. Such smoothness of style is not accidental … it appears to have developed over the years.


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