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do your shoulders, hips and waist visually appear about the same width? With a Balanced-Waistplacement, you have a very popular Body Shape in this era! You are lucky in the fact clothes are manufactured with a Balanced Waistplacement. Any yet, do you often find trousers and skirts are too wide in the hips for your Body Shape? Or that you cannot button the top couple of buttoms of your waistband on trousers and skirts? Would you like to learn to layer two, three, and four layers to flatter your Body Shape? Would you like to know how to look curvier when you dress? In this guide for Rectangle B, Balanced in THE SPACE OF THE WAIST(r), learn how to celebrate your Assets, maximize your style, dress with confidence, and love the body you have!
Are you almost an Hourglass Body shpae except your shoulders, are not as wide as your hips? Do you appear like an Hourglass when you add shoulder pads? Do you walk through stores knowing you are lucky because there are tons of options? This is because the patterns used for manufacturing women's clothing are made for Balanced-Waistplacement like you. Do you want to know what the best Silhouettes, shoulders, and lengths are to wear in jackets? In dresses? In gowns? And in tops? Would you like to know your best LBD? Do you know easy to use color and color contrasting methods for the Triangle Body Shape with a Balanced-Waistplacement? Would you like to show off your smaller top half of the body without calling attention to your larger bottom half? With this guide for Triangle B, Balanced in THE SPACE OF THE WAIST(r), learn how to celebrate your Asstes, maximize your style, dress with confidence, and love the body you have!
Preposition placement, the competition between preposition stranding (What is he talking about?) and pied-piping (About what is he talking?), is one of the most interesting areas of syntactic variation in English. This is the first book to investigate preposition placement across all types of clauses that license it, such as questions, exclamations and wh-clauses, and those which exhibit categorical stranding, such as non-wh relative clauses, comparatives, and passives. Drawing on over 100 authentic examples from both first-language (English) and second-language (Kenyan) data, it combines experimental and corpus-based approaches to provide a full grammatical account of preposition placement in both varieties of English. Although written within the usage-based construction grammar framework, the results are presented in theory-neutral terminology, making them accessible to researchers from all syntactic schools. This pioneering volume will be of interest not only to syntacticians, but also second-language researchers and those working on variation in English.
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