An easy English grammar: for the use of schools.
|Secondary Title||In three parts. I. A short and plain explanation of all the parts of speech, and their agreement and government reduced to grammatical rules; the whole illustrated with notes, and parsing examples in which every word is resolved at length. II. Additional remarks and observations on the several particulars of the first part; with rules of competition, or the proper arrangement of words in sentence. III. Exercises of bad English in two parts. The first suited to the particular parts of speech, and the rules of construction.- The second contains a large collection of premiscuous exercises in prose and verse. By a Murray, school master.|
|Author||Murray, Alexander, schoolmaster|
|Publisher||B. Law, Ave-Maria Lane; W. Phorson, Berwick|
|View on Gale Primary Sources||CB0126667141|