The royal universal British grammar and vocabulary.
|Secondary Title||Being a digestion of the entire English language into its proper parts of speech. Compiled and calculated for equal Ease, both for the Master and Scholar. In a Method entirely New. In which An exact Parallel is observed between the Names, Qualities, and Affirmations, according to Being, Doing, and Suffering, in the English or modern British Language, and the Declensions of the Nouns, both Substantive and Adjective; the Pronouns and Conjugations of Verbs in the Latin and other Languages; the Regular Words of each Part of Speech are distinctly separated from the Irregular; and Plain, and Concise Rules are given precedent to the full and entire Scope of Examples. The whole being delivered In the most approv'd and entertaining Manner; viz. by proper Queries and Answers. In this work the Etymology of the English Language is illustrated, and rendered very facile; the various Acceptations of the same Word are carefully distinguished; the proper Accents accurately marked; and Children may be taught the Formation of more than Ten Thousand Sentences, by marginal Insertions, apposed to that Part of Speech term'd Qualities; which have not increased the Volume two Pages. By D. Farro, S. M.|
|Author||Farroe, D. (Daniel)|
|Publisher||author, in Red-Lion-Court, Watling Street; J. Hodges, at the Looking-Glass on London-Bridge; R. Baldwin, at the Rose in Pater-Noster Row; and other Booksellers in Town and Country|
|View on Gale Primary Sources||CW0111721773|