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acquired Active Verbs Adjectives Adverbs AUXILIARY VERBS bereft burst caught Book Composition Conditional Mood Conjunctions construction convey an idea Copulative crept cut dare dative dealt dug gilt DEFECTIVE VERBS degrees of comparison denote dug gilt girt Edition.—Price ENGLISH GRAMMAR Feminine future,—I future.—If Genders genitive GRAMMARS IS EXPUNGED h mute hadst Harvey and Darton Honour Imperative Mood Indefinite Indicative Mood Infinitive Mood Irregular language learner Lessons in Translation masculine mayst or canst mode neuter verb nominative Nouns comprise numbers are formed object parsed PASSIVE VOICE past participle PERFECT PARTICIPLES perfect.—If person PLUR PLURAL positive possess prefixed prefixion prepositions PRESENT present,—I Prosody refers pupil REGULAR VERBS Rule SING singular number sisting of Grammar sound spoken stuck stung stunk Subjunctive Mood Substantive or Noun Superlative syllable Syntax tenses Thou hast Thou mayst Thou mightst Thou shalt tion versification voice Ward Foster wept won wound WHOLE SIMPLIFIED wise words
Page 2 - A verb is a word which signifies to be, to do, or to suffer ; as, I am — I rule — I am ruled.
Page 24 - When a nominative comes between the relative and the verb, the relative is governed by some word in its own member of the sentence : as, " He who preserves me, to whom I owe my being, whose I am, and whom I serve, is eternal.
Page 18 - Draw, Drive, Drink, Dwell, Eat, Fall, Feed, Feel, Fight, Find, Flee, Fling, Fly, Forget, Forsake, Freeze, Get, Gild, Gird, Give, Go, Grave, Grind, Grow, Have, Hang, Hear, Hew, Hide, Hit, Hold, Hurt, Keep, Knit, dug, R.
Page 9 - The first person denotes the speaker; the second, the person spoken to ; and the third, the person spoken of. The singular number denotes one ; and the plural, more than one.
Page 15 - MOOD. Present Tense. Singular. Plural. 1 If I love 1 If we love 2 If thou love 2 If ye or you love 3 If he love 3 If they love* INFINITIVE MOOD. Present. To love Perfect. To have loved. PARTICIPLES. Present, Loving Perfect, Loved
Page 26 - QUANTITY. The quantity of a syllable is that time which is occupied in pronouncing it. It is considered as long or short. A vowel or syllable is long, when the accent is on the vowel ; which occasions it to be slowly joined, in pronunciation, to the following letter ; as, "Fall, bale, mood, house, feature.
Page 20 - Present. swear swell swim swing take teach tear tell think throw thrust tread wear weave weep wet win wind work wring write The Use of Verbs.
Page 27 - Versification. Versification is the arrangement of a certain number and variety of syllables, according to certain laws. Rhyme is the correspondence of the last sound of one verse, to the last sound or syllable of another.