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09:57 Oct 7, 2001
English to English translations [Non-PRO] Art/Literary
English term or phrase:Pro
I want to know the differences between a drama and a pro for an English literature essay. I have a lot of information on drama but not pro. Please can you help
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14 hrs confidence:
Drama and prose?
Explanation: A drama is usually the same as a play for live theatre, or a screenplayfor a movie (although dramatic situations can arise in any work of literature, and so they should, or things get boring really fast...).
Prose is a rather general term... to give you a rule of thumb, any literary creation that is not poetry is usually prose (novel, short story, etc.)
Yuri Geifman Canada Local time: 14:48 Native speaker of: Russian, English PRO pts in pair: 32