Furthermore, there is a huge difference between the way they both form the sentence. Stephen King has begun his essay with fragments or dependent clauses. For instance, “Telepathy, of course.” This is not a complete sentence. It requires some clauses to complete it. When a person sees a fragment of something, his sense is that it is incomplete; it belongs to something greater, or once did. By this, King tries to make the audience more curious about his readings. Whereas, David did not include any fragments but used many incomprehensible words and phrases such as “fiuscrsa ticiwelmun”, “meinslsxp” and “lgpdmurct”. These words convey not only difficulty, mystery and humour, but also frustration, challenge and despair. It depicted that he was unable to understand and pronounce the French words because the teacher rolled them out easily enough.