An English grammar, on synthetical principles: illustrated by exercises for grammatical analysis ; with numerous examples of false syntax : adapted to all classes of learners--
M.H. Newman & Co., 1851 - 178 pages
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action Active Form Adjectives Adjuncts Adverbs Anapaests Appendix Arithmetic Article Author Auxiliaries called Charles classes of words Clauses Comma Compound Sentences Conjunctions connected denote employed English language Etymology examples Exclamations EXERCISE FOR GRAMMATICAL fact FALSE SYNTAX Form of Nouns friends Gauls Gender German language give Grammar GRAMMATICAL ANALYSIS Greek hence horse idea Infinitive Mode Intransitive Irregular Verbs John Latin loved means modification Note Number Objective Form Passive Form Past Tense Perf.-Present Perfect Participle Personal Pronouns placed Plural Possessive Form Possessive Pronouns Potential Indicative prefixed Prepositions principles of Syntax Prosody qualify refer relations Relative Pronouns Remark Rules of Syntax scholar Simple Form Simple Sentences Sing Singular sometimes speak Speech student will perceive Subjects of Verbs Subjunctive Mode syllable teacher tence term terminations thing possessed Third Person Thomson's Thou tion Transitive Verbs Trochees Verse