Natural Method in English: Consisting of a Series of Graded Lessons for the Use of Schools. Arranged for the Convenience of Teachers, and Especially Adapted to Private Study

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Fireside Teacher Company, 1881 - English language - 416 pages
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Contents

Number
12
Collective Nouns
13
Formation of the Plural
14
Nouns Ending in o and y
16
Nouns Ending in and fe
18
Peculiarities in Number
20
CONTENTS
22
Gender
25
Peculiarities in Gender
27
Review
30
Review Continued
31
Qualities
32
Classifying the Qualities of Objects
33
Showing How to Write a Composition
34
Predicating and Assuming Qualities
35
Subject and Predicate
37
The Copula
38
Analysis
39
Analysis of Sentences in which One Quality is Assumed and Another Predicated
41
Abstract Nouns
42
Parsing Nouns and Adjectives
43
Actions Performed and Received
44
Action Predicated
45
Subject of the Last Lssson Continued
46
Quality and Action
47
Quality and Action Continued
48
Review
49
Objects Alluded to
50
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued
52
Parsing Pronouns
53
Mere Limitations
54
Limiting Adjectives
56
Limiting Adjectives Used to Tell How Many
57
Articles
58
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued
59
State or Condition
60
Review
61
Action Denoted and Predicated in One Word
63
Parsing the Verb
64
Action Modified by a Single Word
65
Parsing Adverbs
66
Action Modified by Groups of Words
67
Phrases Denoting Place and Time
68
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued
70
Parsing the Preposition and its Object
71
Phrases Denoting Manner
72
Phrases Denoting Cause or Purpose
73
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued
74
Promiscuous Examples Continued
75
Qualities and Limitations Shown by Groups of Words
76
Adjective Phrases
78
CaseNominative and Possessive
80
Parsing Nouns in the Possessive Case
81
Possessive Nouns Denoting Kindred or Authorship
82
Possessive Nouns Denoting Origin or Fitness
83
Possessive Nouns Denoting Time Weight Measure
84
Possessive Pronouns
85
Parsing Possessive Pronouns
87
Pronouns Continued
88
Possession Denoted by a Phrase
89
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued
90
Phrases Denoting Origin or Authorship
91
Phrases Denoting Time Measure Weight etc
92
Promiscuous Examples
93
Promiscuous Examples Continued
94
Qualities Modified
95
Action Performed by the Subject and Received by an Object
96
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued
97
Regular and Irregular Verbs
98
Transitive and Intransitive Verbs Voice
100
Parsing of Verbs
102
Verbs
104
Review
105
Review Continued
106
Person and Number of the Verb
107
Person and Number of the Verb To Be
109
Interrogative Sentences Ill 91 Commands Exhortations etc
112
Imperative Mode
115
Class Predicated
116
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued
118
Class Assumed
119
Class Continued
121
Class Continued
123
Class Continued
124
Class Continued
125
Assuming and Predicating Identity
126
Class Continued
128
Promiscuous Examples
129
Review
130
Review Continued
131
Action Assumed
133
Participles Present Active
134
Punctuation of Participial Phrases
135
Passive Participles
136
Participles Continued
138
Participles Continued
139
Participles Continued
140
Participles Continued
141
NAMING ACTIONS AND QUALITIES VERBAL AND ABSTRACT NOUNS 116 Actions and Qualities Named
142
Participial and Abstract Nouns
143
Participial and Abstract Nouns Continued
144
Participial and Abstract Nouns Continued
145
Verbal Nouns
147
Coordinate Words
149
Coordinate Conjunctions
151
Special Signification of And But Yet Or and Nor
152
Punctuation of the Couplet and Series
154
Coordinate Terms
157
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued
158
Coordinate Phrases
159
Coordinate Clauses
160
Coordinate Constructions
161
Coordinate Constructions Continued
162
Associated Conjunctions
163
135 Correlative Conjunctions
165
Review
167
Review
168
Adjectives Limiting a Noun Understood
169
Possessive Pronouns Limiting a Noun Understood
171
Subject of the Last Two Lessons Continued
173
Nouns Independent by Address
175
Address Accompanied by Emotion
177
Adverbial Phrases without a Preposition
178
Comparison Introduced by Like
180
Review
181
Compound Sentences
183
Coordinate Clauses Continued
184
Synoptical Review
185
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued
188
Adverbial Clauses Continued
201
Adverbial Clauses Continued
202
Adverbial Clauses Continued
203
ADJECTIVE CLAUSES 161 Adjective Clauses
204
The Relative Pronoun as Subject
206
The Relative Pronoun as Object
207
Relative Pronoun in the Possessive Case
209
Relative Pronoun as Object of a Proposition
210
Adjective Clauses Continued
211
Adjective Clauses Continued
212
Adjective Clauses Continued
213
Adjective Clauses Continued
214
Ad ective Clauses introduced by When and Where
215
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued
217
Clauses Introduced by Relative Adverbs
218
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued
219
Relative Pronoun used also as an Adjective
220
Relative Pronoun Representing a Noun Understood
222
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued
224
Adjective Clauses Continued
225
Changing Constructions
226
Pronouns used in Asking Questions
228
Adjectives Used Interrogatively
230
Interrogative Adjectives Continued
231
Substantive Clause as Object
232
Substantive Clauses Introduced by Interrogative Pro nouns
233
Substantive Clauses Introduced by Conjunctive Abverbs
234
The Substantive Clause as Subject
236
Substantive Clauses in Predicate and in Apposition
237
Substantive Clauses Continued
239
Miscellaneous Exercise Continued
240
Miscellaneous Exercise Continued
241
Miscellaneous Exercise Continued
242
Review on Participles
243
Review on Verbal Nouns
244
Review on Class
245
Review on Coordinate Clauses
246
Review on Substantive Clauses
247
Review on Relative Pronouns
248
Review on Relative Adverbs
249
Synoptical Review
250
Future Tense Predicating Action
252
Future Tense Predicating Quality Condition or Class
254
The Present Perfect Tense
255
The Present Perfect Tense Continued
258
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued
259
The Past Perfect Tense
260
Miscellaneous Exercise in the Tenses
261
The Future Perfect Tense
262
Miscellaneous Exercise
263
Tenses of the Verb To Be
264
The Verbs Sit Set Lie and Lay
265
Progressive Form
266
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued
269
Passive Form
270
Promiscuous Exercise
271
Emphatic Form
272
Perfect Participles
275
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued
278
Complete Classification of Participles
279
Miscellaneous Exercise
281
Miscellaneous Exercise Continued
282
Synopsis of the Formation and uses of the Different Tenses and Participles
283
Review Exercise
285
Review Exercise Continued
286
POTENTIAL MODE 227 Potential Mode Present and Past Tenses
287
The Present and Past Potential of To Have
289
The Perfect Tenses of the Potential Mode
290
Promiscuous Review
292
Potential Mode Predicating Existence Quality Condi tion or Class
293
Progressive Form of the Potential Mode
295
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued
297
Passive Voice of the Potential Mode
298
Various Forms of the Potential Mode
299
Review Exercise
300
Review Exercise Continued
301
INFINITIVE MODE 239 The Infinitive Mode
302
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued
305
Progressive and Passive Forms of the Infinitive Mode
306
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued
308
Miscellaneous Exercise
309
The Infinitive and other Phrases in the Predicate
310
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued
312
Noun Independent with a Participle
313
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued
315
Participles Nouns Independent Etc
317
SUBJUNCTIVE MODE 249 Subjunctive Mode
318
Conditional Clauses
321
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued
322
Description of the Tense Forms
323
sCondensed Conjugation of the Verb
325
Miscellaneous Exercise
333
Miscellaneous Exercise Continued i
334
Comparison Introduced by an Adjective
335
Clauses Introduced by As
339
Correlative Clauses with As and Than
341
Correlative Clauses Denoting Consequence
342
Transposed Correlative Clauses
343
Correlative Clauses Continued
345
Correlative Clauses Denoting Purpose
347
Correlative Clauses Continued
349
Emotional Expressions
350
Emotion Expressed by a Single Word
352
Elliptical Expressions of Emotion
353
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued
355
COPULATIVE VERBS PREDICATING QUALITY CONDITION OR CLASS 269 Quality Acquired or Discovered Through the Action of the Verb
356
Copulative Verbs Used to Predicate Accompanying State
358
Copulative Verbs Predicating Class
359
Accompanying Action or State
361
Miscellaneous Exercise
362
Miscellaneous Exercise Continued
363
Double Object Consisting of a Noun or Pronoun with an Adjective
364
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued 300
366
Abridged Clause with To Be As As Being 307
367
Promiscuous Exercise in Copulative Verbs 308
368
Copulative Verbs in the Passive Voice
369
Double Object Consisting of Two Nouns
370
Subject of the Last Lesson Continued
372
Copulative Verbs in the Passive Voice Followed by a Noun
373
Double Object Consisting of an Infinitive and its Subject
375
Review Exercise
376
Copulative Verbs in the Passive Voice Followed by an Infinitive
377
Miscellaneous Review
378
Miscellaneous Review Continued
379
Miscellaneous Examples
380
Classification of the Parts of Speech
403
Notes on Peculiar Constructions etc
407
Letter Writing
410

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