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Four Part Analogy

  • Definition: Four-part analogy is also known as proportional analogy. It is the changing of irregular forms for word on the basis of regular patterns (e.g. cow:cows::ox:oxes).

    Source: American English, second edition by Walt Wolfram and Natalie Schilling-Estes

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