how to use trope in a sentence

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If you want to get a phrase into your readers’ heads, you have to first get them thinking about it. To help them start thinking about it, you can use a trope. Tragedy is often used as a trope, but if you want to use it in your writing, you can do so. Tragedy, for example, can be used to symbolize loss, tragedy, death, disaster, disaster, and so on.

What if I told you that you can use tragedy in your writing and not only get your readers thinking about it, but use tragedy as a vehicle for driving your point home? That’s exactly what I’m doing with this article. I wanted to show how tragedy can help drive home your point about people who have lost everything and still want to live.

I think that you can use tragedy to make your point about loss and tragedy. What you have to remember is that loss, tragedy, disaster, and disaster are all synonyms. You can use tragedy to describe any situation that you feel people have lost the will to live.

In the movie “The Graduate”, there’s an entire section of the book about how the main character’s father was a teacher in the country where the protagonist lives. The teacher was the main character’s mentor and best friend. The teacher lost his job, his wife, and the son he was living with for a while. It is a situation where many people are in. Because of the loss, the son had to take his own life.

In the movie The Graduate, theres an entire section of the book about how the main characters father was a teacher in the country where the protagonist lives. The teacher was the main characters mentor and best friend. The teacher lost his job, his wife, and the son he was living with for a while. It is a situation where many people are in. Because of the loss, the son had to take his own life.

It’s important to note that the main character in The Graduate is not a good person. The teacher was a good person who had to take his own life because he was being bullied by his students. In The Graduate, the main character is the son, who is trying to protect his own life.

In the same way that we use tropes to identify the tropes we use in a genre, a lot of people also use them to identify their own tropes. So the “bad guy” in The Graduate is the teacher. The main character in The Graduate is the son. In “The Graduate”, the main character is the teacher. In “The Graduate” the main character is the son, but since the teacher is dead, we can also identify this as the main character.

So, in The Graduate, the main character is the teacher, and he is also the son. He is a father, and he’s trying to protect his own life. It’s very similar to how a lot of people identify themselves. Like the story, it’s not clear that the main character is the son, and he is also the teacher. This is because we identify the main character as the teacher, and since he is dead, we can identify the main character as a father.

One of the best and most subtle examples of this trope is when the father points to his dead son as being the main character, and says that he is the only one who can save him.

This is a great example of how a lot of people (even though they identify themselves as dads, moms, etc. but not as the main character) are identified as a parent because we are unable to see ourselves as the main character. It is also an example of the trope of the main character being the boy, but he is dead.

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