Graded exercises in analysis, synthesis, and false syntax, with an exemplified outline of the classification of sentences and causes, and a table of diacritical marks, with questions

Graded exercises in analysis, synthesis, and false syntax, with an exemplified outline of the classification of sentences and causes, and a table of diacritical marks, with questions

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UC-NRLF CTRK*^ PA.R8HA.LL. iml 'tiiliiiii initci>r? Accession No. No.Class EXERCISESGRADED IN ANALYSIS, SYNTHESIS, AND FALSE SYNTAX, WITH AN EXEMPLIFIED OUTLINE OF THE OF SENTENCESCLASSIFICATION AND CLAUSES, AND A 3LE OF DIACRITICAL WITH QUESTIONS.IVBE|fJ BY . 0. PARSHALI, "ft is constant use and under never watch and correction, tliatpractice, failing W.make* writersand Prof. D. WHITNEY, Yaleoood speakers." College. N. Y.ROCHESTER, PUBLISHED BY THE AUTHOR, 1878. I ? . Act of in theEntered to byaccording- Congress, year 1878, X. C. PARSHALL, the atin the office of Librarian of Washing-tonCongress, E. R. ANDREWS, N. Y.Printer, Rochester, TO HIS FORMER PUPILS, ZEAL THEWHOSE IN STUDY OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR HAS GREATLY AND MADE MORE HUMBLESTIMULATED EFFECTIVE HIS EFFORTS IN THEIR THIS WORKBEHALF, IS AFFECTIONATELY DEDI- CATED BY THE AUTHOR. PREFACE. is to the of anI. J%e of this book needdesign supply long existing ItExercise Book to facilitate and make attractive grammatical study. i*claims to be neither an Grammar nor a substitute for butone,English as a book for the use of all who teach orintended practical working study the subject. II. Its contents each ofchief comprise fifty graded Exercises, into ofwhich is divided three sections. The first treats, principally, or into the of orAnalysis, separating parts; second, Synthesis, forming- wholes from and the of False in which the isparts, third, Syntax, pupil to and correct the use ofdiscern,required criticise, wrong language.

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UC-NRLF
CTRK*^
PA.R8HA.LL.
iml 'tiiliiiii initci>r<i--
rn anfl
Prof. VV. D. WHITNEV. Val
N. V.ROCHHoTER,
THE ATJTHOR.LIBRARY
OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA.
OF
Received '89
>?
Accession No. No.ClassEXERCISESGRADED
IN
ANALYSIS, SYNTHESIS,
AND
FALSE SYNTAX,
WITH AN
EXEMPLIFIED OUTLINE
OF THE
OF SENTENCESCLASSIFICATION
AND
CLAUSES,
AND A
3LE OF DIACRITICAL
WITH QUESTIONS.IVBE|fJ
BY
. 0. PARSHALI,
"ft is constant use and under never watch and correction, tliatpractice, failing
W.make* writersand Prof. D. WHITNEY, Yaleoood speakers." College.
N. Y.ROCHESTER,
PUBLISHED BY THE AUTHOR,
1878.I ? .
Act of in theEntered to byaccording- Congress, year 1878,
X. C. PARSHALL,
the atin the office of Librarian of Washing-tonCongress,
E. R. ANDREWS, N. Y.Printer, Rochester,TO
HIS FORMER PUPILS,
ZEAL THEWHOSE IN STUDY
OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR HAS GREATLY
AND MADE MORE HUMBLESTIMULATED EFFECTIVE HIS
EFFORTS IN THEIR THIS WORKBEHALF,
IS AFFECTIONATELY DEDI-
CATED BY THE
AUTHOR.