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1852 printing of 1852 copyrighted text. An elementary text on grammar written in a simple and attractive style by an experienced teacher. The text expects students to commit definitions to memory and parsing is thought to useful for mental discipline. Chapters cover orthography; etymology—nouns, articles, adjectives, pronouns, verbs, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, interjections, recapitulation, verbs' moods, tense; conjugations of the active verb "love," the neuter verb "be," and the passive verb "be loved"; and regular and irregular verbs and participles. The final chapter has exercises in etymology. Aside from the preface and note to teachers, the text uses second-person to address students directly. Each lesson has questions for the teacher to ask in the margins and ends with an exercise. The Schultz Archive copy is roughly the complete 108 page text.

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