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English Grammar: Including the Principles of Grammatical Analysis (Classic ...
Charles Peter Mason
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English Grammar: Including the Principles of Grammatical Analysis
Charles Peter Mason
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action adjective adverb Adverbial adjunct adverbial clause agree Analysis Attributive adjuncts beginning believe belongs brother called cloth co-ordinate common comparative Complement of predicate complete compound conjunction connective consists construction definition demonstrative denotes dependent derived Edition English examples exercise expressed fact force French Future gender gerund give governed grammar Greek horse idea Imperfect incomplete indicative mood infinitive mood Interrogative John kind language Latin letter manner mark means never nominative notion noun object passive Past Indefinite Tense Perfect Perfect Tense person phrase Plural possessive preceded predicate preposition present principle pronoun qualifies refers relation relative rule sense sentence separate simple Singular smiting smitten sometimes sound speak spoken stands subjunctive subordinate substantive suffix things Third Thou thought understood unless verb viii voice vowel words writing written
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Page 183 - Handbook of the English Language. For the use of Students of the Universities and the Higher Classes in Schools. By RG Latham, MA MD &c.
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