Did you know [Pp + (2S + V/M) + ct] is an English sentence? Or, [Pp +(S + V + Pp)+ (S + V/M + D)+ P] = another sentence? For example...the first...might read: Without a doubt, Sarah and Connie ran quickly. And for the second example, it could say: Inside the stale cookie, a tiny black ant hid from the hairy-fingered vagrant who fished the sweet morsel out of the smelly yellow dumptster. You can do this, too, with Prof. E. N. Glish's English, cooked any style!