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An Intellectual Grammar of the English Language: Or, the Elements of English ...
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according acquainted action active adding adjective adverbs attended begin bird called changed character combination comma compared compound conjunction considered consonant convey denote distinction employ ending example exercise expressed female following sentence forming the plural gender give given grammar grammarians hear idea Imperative import INDICATIVE MOOD individuals John joined kind language learner letter male manner marks meaning mentioned nature nominative noticed noun noun or pronoun object observed participle particular passive Past Participle Past Tense perfect personal pronoun plural points positive Poss possessive preceded preposition Present Tense pronouns proper question refer regard regular relative REMARK require rest rules separated silent simply singular situation sound speak spoken syllable Syntax taken tell term thing third person Thou thought tion told treats understood usually verb vowel wish words writes
Página 39 - Swim swam swum Swing swung swung Take took taken Teach taught taught Tear tore torn Tell told told Think thought thought Thrive throve thriven Throw threw thrown...
Página 45 - And that ye study to be quiet, and to do your own business, and to work with your own hands, as we commanded you; 12 That ye may walk honestly toward them that are without, and that ye may have lack of nothing.
Página 39 - ... spread spread spread spring sprang sprung stand stood stood steal stole stolen stick stuck stuck sting stung stung stink stank, stunk...
Página 35 - ... eat, ate, eaten fall, fell, fallen feed, fed, fed feel, felt, felt fight, fought, fought find, found, found flee, fled, fled fling, flung, flung fly...
Página 21 - And David put his hand in his bag, and took thence a stone, and slang it, and smote the Philistine in his forehead, that the stone sunk into his forehead; and he fell upon his face to the earth.
Página 35 - Cling clung clung Clothe clothed clad, R. Come came come Cost cost cost Crow crew, R. crowed Creep crept crept Cut cut cut Dare, to venture durst dared Dare, B. to challenge Deal dealt, R. dealt, R.
Página 37 - Know, knew, known, Lade, laded, laden. Lay, laid, laid. Lead, led, led. Leave, left, left. Lend, lent, lent. Let, let, let Lie, to lie down, lay, lain. Load, loaded, laden, x. Lose, lost, lost. Make, made, made. Meet, met, met. Mow, mowed, mown, R.
Página 34 - Abide, Am, Arise, Awake, Bear, to bring forth Bear, to carry, Beat, Begin, Bend, Bereave, Beseech, Bid, Bind, Bite, Bleed, Blow, Break, Breed, Bring, Build, Burst, Buy, Cast, Catch, Chide, Choose, Cleave, to stick or > adhere, $ Cleave, to split, Cling, Clothe, Come, Cost, Crow, i Creep, Cut, Imperfect.