Three thousand grammar questions; With answers

 
9781232343936: Three thousand grammar questions; With answers

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1889 Excerpt: ..." is the most useful manual of th« kind that I know of. It should be a text-book in every Teachers' Institute.--A. J. Bickqff, formerly Sup't of Schools at Cleveland and at Yonkers. 8. Hints on Teaching Orthoepy. By Chas. T. Pooler. 16mo, paper, pp. 15. 10 cts. 9. Question Book of Orthography, Orthoepy, and Etymology, with Notes, Queries, etc. By Albert P. South-wick. 16mo, paper, pp. 40, 10 Jts. 10. Question Book of Beading and Punctuation, with Notes, Queries, etc. By Albert P. Soothwick. 16mo, paper, pp. 38. 10 cts.-J C. W. BARDEEN, Publisher, Syracuse, N. Y. Exercises in English Syntax. By A. G. Bugbee. Leatherette, 16mo, pp. 87. 35 cts. This differs from other handbooks of sentences for class-drill, in that It does not print wrong sentences to be corrected--a practice now generally condemned because a wrong form should never be put before the child'i eye--but leaves blanks in the sentence to be filled by the pupil from a choice of expressions given, thus in the most effective way calling attention t» right usage and its reasons. Thus: 1. "His wealth and bid adieu to each other." Use him or he. 2. '. art most in fault." Use thou or thee. 3.... and were chosen." Use her or she, and he or him. 4." do you think was there?" Use who or whom. No book we have ever published has met a readier or more hearty reception. From the many good words that have come to us, we select th« following: "I am thoroughly pleased with Bugbee's Exercises in English Syntax. Having used for some years a ms. work of my own of similar character, I would be pleased to lay it aside for better and more convenient form. Please give me your introductory rates."--H. E. Chambers, principal No. It, Neu Orleans, and editor of Progre...

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Book Description Rarebooksclub.com, United States, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1889 Excerpt: . is the most useful manual of th- kind that I know of. It should be a text-book in every Teachers Institute.--A. J. Bickqff, formerly Sup t of Schools at Cleveland and at Yonkers. 8. Hints on Teaching Orthoepy. By Chas. T. Pooler. 16mo, paper, pp. 15. 10 cts. 9. Question Book of Orthography, Orthoepy, and Etymology, with Notes, Queries, etc. By Albert P. South-wick. 16mo, paper, pp. 40, 10 Jts. 10. Question Book of Beading and Punctuation, with Notes, Queries, etc. By Albert P. Soothwick. 16mo, paper, pp. 38. 10 cts.-J C. W. BARDEEN, Publisher, Syracuse, N. Y. Exercises in English Syntax. By A. G. Bugbee. Leatherette, 16mo, pp. 87. 35 cts. This differs from other handbooks of sentences for class-drill, in that It does not print wrong sentences to be corrected--a practice now generally condemned because a wrong form should never be put before the child i eye--but leaves blanks in the sentence to be filled by the pupil from a choice of expressions given, thus in the most effective way calling attention t- right usage and its reasons. Thus: 1. His wealth and bid adieu to each other. Use him or he. 2. . art most in fault. Use thou or thee. 3. and were chosen. Use her or she, and he or him. 4. do you think was there? Use who or whom. No book we have ever published has met a readier or more hearty reception. From the many good words that have come to us, we select th- following: I am thoroughly pleased with Bugbee s Exercises in English Syntax. Having used for some years a ms. work of my own of similar character, I would be pleased to lay it aside for better and more convenient form. Please give me your introductory rates. --H. E. Chambers, principal No. It, Neu Orleans, and editor of Progre. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781232343936

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Book Description RareBooksClub. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 56 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1889 Excerpt: . . . is the most useful manual of th kind that I know of. It should be a text-book in every Teachers Institute. --A. J. Bickqff, formerly Supt of Schools at Cleveland and at Yonkers. 8. Hints on Teaching Orthoepy. By Chas. T. Pooler. 16mo, paper, pp. 15. 10 cts. 9. Question Book of Orthography, Orthoepy, and Etymology, with Notes, Queries, etc. By Albert P. South-wick. 16mo, paper, pp. 40, 10 Jts. 10. Question Book of Beading and Punctuation, with Notes, Queries, etc. By Albert P. Soothwick. 16mo, paper, pp. 38. 10 cts. -J C. W. BARDEEN, Publisher, Syracuse, N. Y. Exercises in English Syntax. By A. G. Bugbee. Leatherette, 16mo, pp. 87. 35 cts. This differs from other handbooks of sentences for class-drill, in that It does not print wrong sentences to be corrected--a practice now generally condemned because a wrong form should never be put before the childi eye--but leaves blanks in the sentence to be filled by the pupil from a choice of expressions given, thus in the most effective way calling attention t right usage and its reasons. Thus: 1. His wealth and bid adieu to each other. Use him or he. 2. . art most in fault. Use thou or thee. 3. . . . and were chosen. Use her or she, and he or him. 4. do you think was there Use who or whom. No book we have ever published has met a readier or more hearty reception. From the many good words that have come to us, we select th following: I am thoroughly pleased with Bugbees Exercises in English Syntax. Having used for some years a ms. work of my own of similar character, I would be pleased to lay it aside for better and more convenient form. Please give me your introductory rates. --H. E. Chambers, principal No. It, Neu Orleans, and editor of Progre. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781232343936

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Book Description Rarebooksclub.com, United States, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1889 Excerpt: . is the most useful manual of th- kind that I know of. It should be a text-book in every Teachers Institute.--A. J. Bickqff, formerly Sup t of Schools at Cleveland and at Yonkers. 8. Hints on Teaching Orthoepy. By Chas. T. Pooler. 16mo, paper, pp. 15. 10 cts. 9. Question Book of Orthography, Orthoepy, and Etymology, with Notes, Queries, etc. By Albert P. South-wick. 16mo, paper, pp. 40, 10 Jts. 10. Question Book of Beading and Punctuation, with Notes, Queries, etc. By Albert P. Soothwick. 16mo, paper, pp. 38. 10 cts.-J C. W. BARDEEN, Publisher, Syracuse, N. Y. Exercises in English Syntax. By A. G. Bugbee. Leatherette, 16mo, pp. 87. 35 cts. This differs from other handbooks of sentences for class-drill, in that It does not print wrong sentences to be corrected--a practice now generally condemned because a wrong form should never be put before the child i eye--but leaves blanks in the sentence to be filled by the pupil from a choice of expressions given, thus in the most effective way calling attention t- right usage and its reasons. Thus: 1. His wealth and bid adieu to each other. Use him or he. 2. . art most in fault. Use thou or thee. 3. and were chosen. Use her or she, and he or him. 4. do you think was there? Use who or whom. No book we have ever published has met a readier or more hearty reception. From the many good words that have come to us, we select th- following: I am thoroughly pleased with Bugbee s Exercises in English Syntax. Having used for some years a ms. work of my own of similar character, I would be pleased to lay it aside for better and more convenient form. Please give me your introductory rates. --H. E. Chambers, principal No. It, Neu Orleans, and editor of Progre. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781232343936

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