One and the Same Method in English and Latin: A New and Original System, Applicable to Any Language. For the Use of Grammar Schools, High Schools, Normal Schools, and Academies

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Woolworth, Ainsworth & Company, 1871

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Recapitulation
19
The FORMS OF LOGICAL ELEMENTS Sec I Division into Classes
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The Wordform
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The Phraseform
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The Clause form The Demonstrative Clauseform
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CHAP IV
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The Infinitive Clausefora
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The Participial Clauseform
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The Relative Clauseform
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The Conjunctive Clauseform
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Recapitulation
37
The FORMS OF LOGICAL ELEMENTS Con Sec I Division into Orders
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The Simple Element
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The Complex Element Con The Subordinate
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The Complex Element Con The Complex Subordinate
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The Compound Base
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The Compound Subordinate
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The Coordinate Element
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Classification of Coordinates
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Recapitulation
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The Substantive Term
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The Substantive Term í Con
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Regimen of Substantive Clauses with the principal vtb
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The Subtantive Term Con The Subject V The Substantive Term con The Object
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The Attributive Term VII The attributive Term ion The Adjective Element
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IX The Attributive Term Con The Adverbial Element
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XI The Predicative Term
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Division of Sentences
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Division of Clauses
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Grammatical SynonymesSubstantive Terms
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Grammatical Synonymes Con Attributive Terms
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Grammatical Synonymes Con Predicative Terms
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Recapitulation
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THE GRAMMATICAL CONSTRUCTION OF LOGICAL ELEMENTS Sec I The Nature of Grammatical Concord
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GenderGrammatical and Logical
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Case Grammatical and Logical
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Number Grammatical and Logical
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PersonGrammatical and Logical
88
MoodGrammatical and Logical
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TenseGrammatical and Logical
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The Regimen of Substantive Terms The Subject
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The Substantive Term Con The Object
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The Substantive Term Con The Appositive
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XIThe Substantive Term Con The Possessive
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The Substantive Term Con The Adjunctive
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