[ hˈɛndɪˌadɪz], [ hˈɛndɪˌadɪz], [ h_ˈɛ_n_d_ɪ__ˌa_d_ɪ_z]
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How to use "Hendiadys" in context?
Hendiadys is a term used in linguistics and grammar to refer to a pattern of alternation between two grammatical forms.
For example, in English, there is a pattern of alternation between "I" and "you" spellings. In Initially, "I" is the subject form, and "you" is the object form. However, over time, the pattern has evolved to include other subjects and objects, including "we," "our," and "theirs.
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