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24 January, 14:33

How dose the verb phrase "ran after" compare to "raced after"?

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  1. 24 January, 14:53
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    "Ran after" is less vivid

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    "Ran after" is a less vivid phrase compared to "raced after" because it represents a more flaccid, less striking, less daring and less impolishing emotion. On the other hand, "raced after" brings a greater sense of movement, daring and fugacity.
  2. 24 January, 15:56
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    ran and raced are two different verbs
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