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A Grammar of the English Language; With an Analysis of the Sentence (Paperback) Loot Price: R280
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A Grammar of the English Language; With an Analysis of the Sentence (Paperback): John S. Hart
A Grammar of the English Language; With an Analysis of the Sentence (Paperback): John S. Hart

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John S. Hart

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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: ( Nom. One i Nom. Other Sing. Poss. One's Sing. Poss. Other's (.Obj. One I Obj. Other fNom. Ones (Nom. Others Plur. Poss. Ones' Plur. Poss. Others' I Obj. Ones. I. Obj. Others. Another is merely the article an and other, and is used only in the singular number, Nom. Another, Poss. Another's, Obj. Another. Parsing Exercises.? Parse this, in the sentence, John wrote this letter. Model.? This (1.) is a demonstrative adjective pronoun, (2.) singular number, (3.) and belongs to or limits the noun letter. Parse the Pronouns, Personal, Relative, and Adjective, in the following sentences: That class of society in which only those who are wealthy are members, and in which each individual possesses no other merit, may be respected, but it has not the highest claims to respectability. All wise and good men, of any class, or of whatever rank, or of either of the two grades which the world has made, ? the rich and the poor, ?are worthy of respect. Such men receive the respect of all. V. VERBS. A Verb is a word used to assert or affirm; as John strikes the table. Note. ? Verb takes its name from the Latin verbum, a word. Affirmation is true of no other part of speech, and may be considered the distinguishing characteristic of the verb. The general idea, which in a verb is expressed in the form of an assertion, may be conceived of in various other forms, and so become successively different parts of speech. Thus, for instance, take the general idea of sleeping. If we think or speak of the name of this idea, it is a Noun, as, eleep. If the idea is connected with any subject as one of its accidents, qualities, or attributes, but withoutany affirmation, it is an Adjective, as, the sleepy boy. If the idea is affirmed or predicated of the subject ...

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Imprint: Rarebooksclub.com
Country of origin: United States
Release date: July 2012
First published: July 2012
Authors: John S. Hart
Dimensions: 246 x 189 x 4mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback - Trade
Pages: 74
ISBN-13: 978-0-217-16179-4
Barcode: 9780217161794
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LSN: 0-217-16179-0

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