An English grammar (Google eBook)

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Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts, and Green, 1863 - English language
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Contents

13 Definition of the Noun
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Classification of NounsProper or Meaningless ib 57 Significant General and Significant Singular
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Class Nouns
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Nouns of Material
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Things that Nouns are names of
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The Noun cannot be defined by what it names
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Manner
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Equivalents of the AdverbPhrases and Adverbial Clauses
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Nouns and Adjectives used as Adverbs
18
The word Self compounded with the Pronouns
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Quantity
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Nouns employed as Adjectives
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THE PREPOSITION
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Of Its meanings 4 To 5
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From
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By 8 With
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In On At Near By 11 Motion with directionTo Into Towards From 12 Place and directionOn Over Under Through Behind Be tween Among Upon N...
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Since Till Until During Pending After
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By Through With and Phrases 15 End For From and Phrases 16 Reference On Of About Touching Concerning and Phrases Phrases for Supposition
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Without Save Except Be sides and Phrases 18 Inclination and ConformityFor
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THE CONJUNCTION 1 The Conjunction defined 03
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wise As well as Not onlybut Partlypartly First then Secondly C Further Moreover Now Well
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Exclusive Not But Else Otherwise Alter nativeEither OrWhether Neither Nor Arrestive But But then Still Yet Only Nevertheless However
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Therefore Wherefore Hence Whence Consequently Accordingly Thus So So that Then So then
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Season and CauseBecause For Since As Whereas Inasmuch as
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If Supposing that If not Unless Except Without Otherwise Whether As if Though Notwithstanding Albeit
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That In order that Soas Asas Lest
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When While As Until Ere Before After
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INFLECTION INFLECTION OF NOUNS GENDER 1 Meaning of Gender
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Gender distinguished by employing different words
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By Prefixes By Suffixes
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By Adjectives of Sex
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Inanimate objects personified
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