Cohesion 6 - Lexical cohesion

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Lexical cohesion as a cohesive device, as used in MAK Halliday's systemic functional linguistics. From Halliday & Hasan's (1976) 'Cohesion in English'.
Sean Sutherland - University of Westminster

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Thanks it is great I salute you .I now understand .

Author — Momo Momo

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think the main differences between "tall" and "high" are that "high" is usually used in describing heights that, by far, exceed the height of a human being; and that it could also be used in prepositional phrases, whereas "tall" couldn't.

Author — Y先生