One Method in English and Latin: A New and Original System, Applicable to Any Language. For the Use of Grammar Schools, High Schools, Normal Schools, and Academies (Google eBook)

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Woolworth, Ainsworth & Company, 1870
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Contents

Demonstrativewords
17
Kecaptulation
19
Division into Classes
20
The Wordform
21
The Phraseform
22
The Clause form The Demonstrative Clauseform
25
The Infinitive Clauseform
27
The Participial Clauseform
31
VIIThe Relative Clauseform
32
The Conjunctive Clauseform
35
IXRecapitulation
37
Sec LDivision into Orders
39
The Simple Element
41
The Complex Element Con The Subordinate
43
The Complex Element Con The Complex Subordinate
45
The Compound Base
47
The Compound Subordinate
48
The Coordinate Element
49
Classification of Coordinates 61
51
Recapitulation
53
The Subtnntive Term Con The Subject CO V The Substantive Term Con The Object t 2
62
VT The Attributive Term US VII The attributive Term Con The Adjeotive Element C4 VIII IX The Attributive Term Con Hie Adverbial Element 6...
70
Division of Sentences
73
Division of Clauses
76
Grammatical SynonymesSubstantive Terms
79
Grammatical Synonymes Con Attributive Terms
81
Grammatical Syuonymcs Con Predicative Terms
82
Recapitulation
83
The Nature of Grammatical Concord
84
GenderGrammatical and Logical
85
CaseGrammatical and Logical 8b IV NumberGrammatical and Logical
87
PersonGrammatical and Logical
88
MoodGrammatical and Logical
89
TenseGrammatical and Logical
90
The Regimen of Substantive Terms The Subject
91
The Substantive Term Con The Object
93
The Substantive Term Con The Appositive
94
The Substantive Term Con The Possessive
95
The Regimen of Attributive Terms Euphony and Ellipsis
98
The Adjective Element Con V Agreement
99
The Adjective Element Con Comparison
100
The Adjective Element Con Use of Relatives
101
The Predicative Term Cou Moodforms
105

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