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-(see [[|Recommended Syntax]]
+(see [[|Recommended Syntax]])
 In order to support a **fluent syntax**, SubSpec allows you to specify each of the primitives as extension methods on strings that describe the primitive action that you pass as an argument to the Context (Arrange), Do (Act), or Assert (well, Assert) method.
 Because SubSpec allows you to **declare** the tests primitives instead of asking you to **execute** them, SubSpecs execution engine is free to **compose** them into test cases and take care of executing them. More specifically, SubSpec helps you enforce the "one assert per test" rule by generating **two** tests from the previous Specification, **one per verification** (see [[Documentation#Verifications|Verifications]] for more details):