The final part in our epic series on the Milton Model covers some patterns with offputting names! But they are easier to understand and use than the names would suggest. So find out about:
- Examples of ‘Switching Referential Index’ you can actually use
- How to make the ‘Selectional Restriction Violation’ feel more user-friendly
- And of course, ‘Tag Questions’, innit?
- Plus how tips on how to learn the Milton Model
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