How can you create complex sentences that make your audience feel like they have access to hidden energy? Complex sentences include a subordinate clause, which provides more facts and examples than a simple declarative sentence. A complex sentence means that the speaker is concealing hidden energy in its contents. Complex sentences are more engaging when used in speech than simple declarative sentences.
Paradoxes are statements which can lead to a logically unattainable or self-contradictory conclusion. They usually involve a combination of interrelated and contradictory elements that persist over time. Complex sentences suggest hidden energy because they are structured with subordinate clauses that are both stated and implied. By taking a closer look at how these clauses relate to each other, you’ll be able to detect the hidden energy that’s lurking behind a simple statement.