[share_ebook] Manual of English Grammar and Composition 2nd Edition

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Manual of English Grammar and Composition 2nd Edition

Manual of English Grammar and Composition 2nd Edition
Unknown | Macmillan & Co. | 2011-01-15 | 1 pages | English | DJVU

The manual consists of 6 parts: PART I - PARSING AND ANALYSIS, PART II - COMPOSITION: FORCE AND PROPRIETY OF DICTION, PART III - ENLARGEMENT OF VOCABULARY: FIGURES OF SPEECH, PART IV - PROSE AND POETRY, PART V. — HISTORY OF THE LANGUAGE, INDEX OF SUBJECTS AND SELECTED WORDS, Part VI - SOUNDS, SYMBOLS, AND SPELLINGS, APPENDIX ON DERIVATIONS Part I deals with parts of Grammar like noun, verb, pronoun, adjective, pariciples, Gerund, adverb, prepositions, conjunctions, interjections, Part II deals with sentence, common errors, emphasis, punctuation, Part III - Teutonic Prefixes and Suffixes, Romanic Prefixes and Suffixes, Greek Prefixes and Suffixes), Part IV - 1. Prosody, Poetic Diction, Part V - English - From Middle age till today, Borrowings, Notes on affixes and accidence, Part VI - SOUNDS, SYMBOLS, AND SPELLINGS, APPENDIX ON DERIVATIONS CONTENTS PART I - PARSING AND ANALYSIS 1. ANALYSIS IN-OUTLINE 2. THE PARTS OF SPEECH IN OUTLINE : PHRASES 1. The Parts of Speech. 2. Classification of Phrases. 3.NOUNS 1. The kinds of Nouns. 2. Gender. 3. Number. 4. Case. 4. ADJECTIVES 1. The kinds of Adjectives. 2. The two Uses of Adjectives. 3. Comparison of Adjectives. 5. PRONOUNS 1. Personal Pronouns. 2. Demonstrative Pronouns 3. Relative or Conjunctive Pronouns. 4. Interrogative Pronoun. 6. VERBS 1. The kinds of Verbs. 2. Transitive Verbs. 3. In¬transitive Verbs. 4. Auxiliary Verbs. 5. Active and Passive Voices. 6. Complete Conjugation of a Verb in the Finite Moods. 7. Indicative Mood. 8. Imperative Mood. 9. Subjunctive Mood. 10. Infinitive Mood. 11. Participles. 12. Gerunds and Verbal Nouns. 13. The Strong and Weak Con¬jugations. 14. Defective, Irregular, and Imper¬sonal Verbs. 7. ADVERBS 1. The Functions of Adverbs. 2. The kinds of Adverbs. 3. Comparison of Adverbs. 4. Verbs compounded with Adverbs. 5. The two Uses of Adverbs. 8. PREPOSITIONS 9. CONJUNCTIONS 1. Co-ordinative Conjunctions. 2. Subordinative Conjunctions. 10. INTERJECTIONS 11. THE SAME WORD AS DIFFERENT PARTS OF SPEECH 12. SYNTAX AND PARSING 13. ANALYSIS IN DETAIL 1. Sentences Simple, Compound, and Complex. 2. Scheme of Analysis in Detail. 3. Degrees of Sub¬ordination. EXAMPLES IN PARSING AND ANALYSIS EXAMPLES IN DIRECT AND INDIRECT NARRATION PART II - COMPOSITION: FORCE AND PROPRIETY OF DICTION 14. PUNCTUATION, OR THE RIGHT USE OF STOPS 15. THE NORMAL ORDER OF WORDS 16. INVERSION OF THE NORMAL ORDER: EMPHASIS 17. STRUCTURE OF SENTENCES 18. PURITY OF DICTION 19. PROPRIETY OF DICTION 1. Common Errors in the Use of Common Words. 2. Words used in Wrong Senses or Wrong Connections. PLURALS IN SPECIAL SENSES 20. PERSPICUITY OR CLEARNESS OF DICTION 1. Grammatical Precautions. 2. The Obscure. 3. The Double Meaning. 21. SIMPLICITY OR EASE OF DICTION 22. BREVITY OR TERSENESS OF DICTION 23. ELEGANCE OF DICTION PART III - ENLARGEMENT OF VOCABULARY: FIGURES OF SPEECH 24. ENLARGEMENT BY COMPOSITION 1. Unrelated or Juxta-positional Compounds. 2. Related or Syntactical Compounds. 25. ENLARGEMENT BY PREFIXES AND SUFFIXES 1. Teutonic Prefixes. 2. Teutonic Suffixes. 3. Romanic Prefixes. 4. Romanic Suffixes. 5. Greek Prefixes. 6. Greek Suffixes. 7. Some General Results, with Questions. 26. FIGURES OF RHETORIC 27. ENLARGEMENT OF VOCABULARY BY METAPHOR AND METONYMY PART IV - PROSE AND POETRY 28. MAIN DIVISIONS OF PROSE-COMPOSITION 1. Classification according to Matter. 2. Classification according to Form. 29. PROSODY AND POETIC DICTION 1. Prosody. 2. Poetic Diction. 30. MAIN DIVISIONS OF POETRY PART V - HISTORY OF THE LANGUAGE 31. ORIGIN AND GROWTH OF ENGLISH 1. English and Cognate Languages. 2 Old English. 3. Middle English. 4. Modern English. 32. BORROWINGS 1. Celtic 2. Danish or Later Scandian. 3. Dutch. 4. Latin. 5. French. 6. Greek. 7. Modern Borrowings: Miscellaneous. 33. NOTES ON AFFIXES AND ACCIDENCE 1. Origin of Teutonic Affixes. 2. Noun Forms. 3. Adjective Forms. 4. Pronoun Forms. 5. Verb Forms, PART VI - SOUNDS, SYMBOLS, AND SPELLINGS. 34. LETTERS, ACCENTS, AND SYLLABLES. 35. VOWEL-SODNDS AND HOW THEY ARE SPELT 36. CONSONANTAL SOUNDS AND HOW THEY ARE SPELT APPENDIX ON DERIVATIONS I. WORDS DERIVED FROM PROPER NAMES II. WORDS FORMED BY COMPOSITION OR BY THE ADDING OF PREFIXES III. DERIVATIVES FROM TEUTONIC (MAINLY A.S.) ROOTS IV. DERIVATIVES FROM LATIN ROOTS V. DERIVATIVES FROM GREEK ROOTS INDEX or SUBJECTS AND SELECTED WORDS



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