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A Practical Grammar: In Which Words, Phrases, and Sentences Are Classified ...
S. W. (Stephen Watkins) Clark
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Adjective Pronouns Adverb Antecedent assert Auxiliary Sentence called Classiﬁcation commonly Compound Conj Conjunction construction deﬁne Deﬁnition denote Diagram distinguished earth ellipsis English language Euphony EXAMPLES EXAMPLES.—1 EXERCISES IN ANALYSIS expressed ﬁeld ﬁrst ﬁve ﬂowers ﬂy Gender give Grammatical heart Hence illustrate Obs Indicative Mode Inﬁnitive Phrase Interrogative Intransitive IRREGULAR VERBS John King of Shadows Let the Pupil letters limited Logical Adjunct loves a shining lVord modiﬁed modify Nominative NOTE Nouns and Pronouns o’er Object oﬁice parsed Participle Passive Past Tense placed Plural Possessive Possessive Adjective Potential Mode Predicate Preﬁxes Prep Preposition Present Tense Principal Elements Principal Sentence Prior Present Pron qualiﬁes qualify reciting relation Relative Pronoun rmon RULE seen Sentences to illustrate shining mark signiﬁcation Singular Number sometimes speciﬁes Specifying Adjectives Subject Substantive Syllables tell tence thee things Third Person Transitive Transitive Verbs Verb Verbal Verbal Adjective voice Word