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A Practical Grammar of the English Language in which the principles established by Lindley Murray, are inculcated, and his theory of the moods clearly illustrated by diagrams, representing the number of tenses in each mood--their signs--and the manner in which they are formed Open Access Deposited

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1830 printing of the second edition, improved. 1830 copyright. Includes several recommendations from teachers. The first lessons contain only definitions, rules, and examples, with the explanations to be provided by oral instruction. The teach the moods and tenses of verbs, the book uses diagrams, which have been tested in classrooms. External objects are also incorporated to aid students' processing, as is the principal of local association. The diagrams include pictorial illustrations
A grammar handbook that features diagrams and examples to focus on tenses. The Schultz Archive copy seems to be roughly the complete text, but there is no TOC.

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