An English School Grammar: With Very Copious Exercises, and a Systematic View of the Formation and Derivation of Words, Comprising Anglo-Saxon, Latin, & Greek Lists, which Explain the Etymology of Above Seven Thousand English Words
Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton Kent & c., 1893 - English language - 162 pages
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Abstract Nouns Active Verb Adjective Adverbs affix Antecedent appropriate Verbs Auxiliaries brackets brother called Caution.—Never changing or modifying Compound CONJUGATION Conjunctions consonant denotes doubly underline England Eule EXERCISE Expl.—Here Expl.—In Expl.—The Feminine following sentences Future garden Gender governed Grammar horse IMPERATIVE MOOD Incomplete Indefinite Article Infinitive Interrogative James Latin letter Masculine means Mood neut Neuter Verbs Nominative Absolute Noun or Pronoun Number Obs.—The Obs.—These Parsing Participle Passive Past Complete Past Indefinite Past Tense person or thing phrase Pluperfect Plural Possessive Possessive Pronouns POTENTIAL MOOD praised Thou Prefixes Preposition Present Complete Present Indefinite Primary Derivatives Progressive Form Pron qualifies Relative Root Rule Saxon Singular sound speak spoken Strong Verbs Subdivision Subjunctive SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD Superlative Supply the appropriate tell termination tive to-morrow tree underline the Nominatives Verbal Noun Verbs and Pronouns vowel walk Weak Verbs Write