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Can someone diagram this sentence please?

 
 
Reply Tue 5 May, 2015 04:11 pm
The sentence is as follows: I'm not obsessed with you; I'm obsessed with what you did.

Focusing specifically on the replacement of "with you" with "what you did." Is there a grammatical term or rhetorical device this replacement could be labeled? I'm sorry to bother with my silly question, but I'm having a total blank right now! Also- if anything is wrong with the sentence, could you let me know?
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Reply Wed 6 May, 2015 10:25 pm
@syntacticmaniac,
Hi Syntacticmaniac,
I think the sentence is perfect no need to change it.
"I'm not obsessed with you; I'm obsessed with what you did."
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