7 edition of Down the Garden Path found in the catalog.
February 24, 1998
by Thomas Bouregy & Company
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||186|
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It's gardening season, woohoo! If you've ever been to a garden centre, you'll know why the expression “leading you down the garden path” means “deceiving you”. I've been sucked in by their euphemisms more times than I can count, so today I’m going to translate some common plant-sales wording for the benefit of less jaded. Thomas G. Bever's now iconic sentence, The horse raced past the barn fell, first appeared in his paper "The Cognitive Basis of Linguistic Structures". This 'garden path sentence', so-called because of the way it leads the reader or listener down the wrong parsing path, helped spawn the entire subfield of sentence processing. It has become the most often quoted element of a paper .
Try reading the following sentences. They are called garden path sentences because they are easily misunderstood (they lead you down the garden path) even though they are all grammatical! Don't worry if some of these sentences seem like nonsense at first (you have been garden pathed); they will be explained below. The prime number few. Ammer, Christine. Lead down the garden path. American Heritage Dictionary of Idioms, 2nd ed. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Ayto, John. Garden, lead someone up the garden path. Oxford Dictionary of English Idioms, 3rd ed. Oxford University Press, Image courtesy of Shutterstock.
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It was however fairly entertaining, but very short. Read more. One person found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Mrs. Smith. out of 5 stars An old favourite/5(41). Definition of lead you down the garden path in the Idioms Dictionary.
lead you down the garden path phrase. What does lead you down the garden path expression mean. lead you down; lead you down the garden path; lead you down to; lead you forth; lead you in; lead you into; lead you off; lead you on; lead you out of; lead you to; lead you to.
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Down the Garden Path. By Colleen Price. Leah Winsand is trapped in her life. Her mother has determined that Leah will marry a man Leah does not like. In an effort to feel free, she ran out to the garden and through the hedge maze.
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Rent a gas-powered sod cutter to remove grass if the path is long. For short paths, use a garden spade to slice off the sod. Set edging so it ends up about an inch above the fill material. Use a spacer stick cut to the width of the garden path as a guide when you set the edging or border.Nichols is now best remembered for his gardening books, the first of which, Down the Garden Path, was illustrated, as were its two sequels, by Rex Whistler.
The bestseller, which has had 32 editions and has been in print almost continuously since first published inwas the first of his trilogy about Allways, his Tudor thatched cottage in Born: 9 SeptemberBower Ashton, Bristol.
This entry path feel more like a nature trail than a garden walk. Thyme grows between steps; boulders, cactus, and rosemary fringe the path’s edges. Even before guests get to the house, wide steps (made of concrete aggregate) encourage them to slow down and enjoy the garden.