Practical English Grammar; Uses of prepositions

 
9781236018519: Practical English Grammar; Uses of prepositions

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. 1899 Excerpt: ...his money. The house was saved--the flames. I release you--your promise. I was absolved--my vow. How was he cured--the habit of stealing? The operation, painful as it was, soon eased (relieved) me--my pain. The officers in charge of the vessel are absolved--blame, as there was a pilot on board. Nothing shall hinder me--doing my duty. I was disappointed--my expectations. Are you in any way connected--him? How are you related--him? The law disables him--holding an office. I cannot refrain--expressing my disapproval of your conduct. I was soon healed--my wound. What is the best way of ridding a house--vermin? These goods are free--flaw or blemish of any sort. The goods will be delivered free--carriage. This does not free you--other obligations. The flowers are sheltered--cold winds. True nobility is exempt--fear. He dissuaded me--taking the step. We must adhere--our first plan. It was our intention to side--the weaker party. I shall not derogate--his merits. He cheated the men--their pay. Can you cure me--this disease' Is the operation quite free--danger? Religion disarms death--its terrors. I added a postscript--my letter. I know of nothing that need deter me--my purpose. Cease--speaking ill--others. A thief steals our property--is. A thief robs us--our property. I wonder what prevents him--coming. You are acquitted--all complicity--the crime. We rest--work--holidays. He was stripped--all his clothes. His clothes were taken.--his back. An umbrella protects us--the rain. (XVI.) INCLUSION AND EXCLUSION. (1) Inclusion is expressed by "in," "among," or "under." In, Among:--"In" is followed by a Singular, "among" by a Plural. He was in the world, but not of it. He was among men of the world, but not of them. Under:...

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Book Description RareBooksClub. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 58 pages. Dimensions: 9.5in. x 7.2in. x 0.2in.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. 1899 Excerpt: . . . his money. The house was saved--the flames. I release you--your promise. I was absolved--my vow. How was he cured--the habit of stealing The operation, painful as it was, soon eased (relieved) me--my pain. The officers in charge of the vessel are absolved--blame, as there was a pilot on board. Nothing shall hinder me--doing my duty. I was disappointed--my expectations. Are you in any way connected--him How are you related--him The law disables him--holding an office. I cannot refrain--expressing my disapproval of your conduct. I was soon healed--my wound. What is the best way of ridding a house--vermin These goods are free--flaw or blemish of any sort. The goods will be delivered free--carriage. This does not free you--other obligations. The flowers are sheltered--cold winds. True nobility is exempt--fear. He dissuaded me--taking the step. We must adhere--our first plan. It was our intention to side--the weaker party. I shall not derogate--his merits. He cheated the men--their pay. Can you cure me--this disease Is the operation quite free--danger Religion disarms death--its terrors. I added a postscript--my letter. I know of nothing that need deter me--my purpose. Cease--speaking ill--others. A thief steals our property--is. A thief robs us--our property. I wonder what prevents him--coming. You are acquitted--all complicity--the crime. We rest--work--holidays. He was stripped--all his clothes. His clothes were taken. --his back. An umbrella protects us--the rain. (XVI. ) INCLUSION AND EXCLUSION. (1) Inclusion is expressed by in, among, or under. In, Among: --In is followed by a Singular, among by a Plural. He was in the world, but not of it. He was among men of the world, but not of them. Under: . . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781236018519

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