A Grammar of the English Language: Adapted to the Use of Schools and Academies

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H. Cowperthwait & Company, 1865 - English language
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Contents

Exercise
22
Exercise
23
Primitive Derivative and Compound Words
24
PRIMITIVE WORDS 23 Rules for Primitives
25
DERIVATIVE WORDSSUFFIXES 25 Rules for applying Suffixes
26
Exercise
27
COMPOUND WORDS 27 Formation of Compound Words
28
Exercise
30
mctiok ETYMOLOGY F1M 32 Definitions
31
Parts of Speech Defined
32
Definition and Distinctions
33
Proper and Common Nouns
34
Exercise
35
Properties of Nouns
36
Number of Nouns
37
Rules for the Division of Words into Syllables
38
Plural of Proper Names
39
Remarks on the Number oi Nouns
40
Exercise
41
Methods of distinguishing the Sexes
42
Exercise
43
Case of Nouns
44
Declension of Nouns
46
Exercise
47
Definitions
49
Classes of Adjectives
50
Exercise
51
Numeral Adjectives
52
Comparison of Adjectives
53
Exercise 5s 67 Models for Parsing
55
Definitions and Distinctions
57
Classes of Pronouns
59
Exercise 80
60
Declension of the Personal Pronouns
61
Exercise 82
62
Relative Pronouns
64
Compound Relatives 88
66
Exercise
69
Definitions and Distinctions
71
Exercise
72
Verbs classified by their Us
73
Exercise W 84 Verbs classified by their Form
75
Exercise
76
Voice
78
Mode
79
Exercise
81
Definitions and Distinctions
82
Present Active Participle
84
Perfect Participles Active and Passive
85
Tense
86
Divisions of Time
87
Classes of Tenses
88
Past Tense
89
Future Tense
90
Tenses in all the Model
91
Exercise
92
Forms of the Verb
93
Forms for each Division of Time
94
Conjugation of the Auxiliaries
95
Signification of the Auxiliaries
96
Exercise
98
Uses of AuxiliariesFormation of Tenses
101
Number and Person of the Verb
103
Conjugation
104
Conjugation of Verb to re
105
Exercise
109
Interrogative and Negative Forms
115
SynopsisProgressive and Emphatic FormsVerb Read
116
Irregular Verbs
118
Exercise
122
notion a 130 Impersonal Verbs
123
Definition
126
Classes of Adverbs
127
Exercise
128
Exercise
129
Definition
130
Exercise
131
Definition
132
Classes of Connectives
133
Exercise
135
Definition
137
Definition and Distinctions
139
Exercise
150
Prinoipal Elements
151
Subordinate Elements
152
Exercise i53 166 Elements of the First Class Words
153
Elements of the Second Class Phrases I54 168 Elements of the Third Class Clauses
154
Exercise I55 170 Direct and Indirect Quotation
155
Simple Complex and Compound Elements
157
Exercise
158
Elements of Complex Sentenoes
160
Elements of Compound Sentences
161
Varieties of Compound Sentenoes
162
Exercise
163
Varieties of Partial Compounds
165
Varieties of Sentences with Abridged Propositions
166
Exercise
167
Equivalent Elements
168
Exercise
169
Definitions
170
Models for Construction
171
Exercise
172
Directions for general Analysis of Sentences
173
Directions for the Analysis of Elements
174
Modebi for the Analysis of Sentenoes and their Elements
175
Exercise
180
SYNTAX OP WORDS 197 Rules for Construction
181
RULES CAUTIONS AND REMARKS 198 The Subject
182
Exercise
184
A Noun or Pronoun as Attribute
186
Exercise
187
Agreement of the Pronoun
190
Exercise
195
The Verb as Predicate
197
Exercise
198
The Adjeotive as Modifier and as Predicate
200
Exercise
203
The Noun or Pronoun in Apposition
204
Exercise
205
Noun or Pronoun in the Possessive
207
Exercise
209
The Object
210
Exercise
212
Adverbs as Modifiers
213
Exercise
214
Case Independent and Interjection
215
Exercise
216
Coordinate Conjunctions
217
Exercise
218
Coordinate Constructions
220
Exercise
222
SUCTION PAGE 223 Exercise
223
The Object of the Preposition
224
Exercise
225
Exercise
226
The Infinitive
227
Exercise
229
Participles
230
Exercise
232
General Exercises for Analysis and Parsing
233
idiomatic and Peculiar Constructions
237
Figures of Etymology
238
Exercise
239
Exercise
241
Figures of Ithetorie
242
Exercise
243
Definitions and Distinctions
244
POINTS USED WITHIN A SENTENCE 241 General uses of the Comma
245
Exercise
247
Principal and Subordinate Elements
248
Exercise
249
The Principal Elements
250
Independent and Parenthetic Expressions
251
Exercise
252
Exercise
253
Interrogation and Exclamation Points
254
Other points used in writing
255
Exercise
256
Definitions
257
Exercise
258
Scanning
259
Trochaic Verse
260
Anapaestic Verse
261
Poetio Pauses
262

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