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Page 32 - ... new and delightful discovery. I used to wonder how a man of such extraordinary ability and attainments could descend to the commonplaces of the language. I see now that he recognised his function as a teacher and did the work at his hand honestly and thoroughly ! ' When the subject of the Infinitive is the same as the subject of the principal verb, it is put in the Nominative case ' falls as distinctly on my ear to-day as it did five and twenty years ago. In the Middle Class one lecture was given...