Essentials of English Grammar
Routledge, 24.05.2013 - 800 Seiten
This book was first published in 1933, Essentials of English Grammar is a valuable contribution to the field of English Language and Linguistics.
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Adjectives.—Verbs.—Pronouns.—Numerals.— Particles.—Provisional survey of inflexions.—Derivation of word-classes. CHAPTER VIII THE THREE RANKS Three ranks.—Primaries : Adjectives.—Adverbs.—Pronouns. —The prop-word one.—Secondaries.
Adjectives.— Pronouns.—Rank of word-groups. CHAPTER IX JUNCTION AND NEXUS Adjunct and adnex.—Restrictive and non-restrictive adjuncts. —Relation between adjunct and primary.—Adjuncts of composite names.—Apposition.—Participles.
Adjectives with proper names.—The pronoun of identity (same).—The pronoun of similarity (such). CHAPTER XVII INDEFINITE PRONOUNS Indefinite unity (one).—Indefinite article.—Place of indefinite article.—Pronoun of difference (other).
—Verbs, substantives and adjectives with to.—Infinitive after preposition.—After than.—Infinitives as secondaries.—To do. —Passive meaning.—Is to.—Infinitives as tertiaries. —Purpose. —Result.—Primaries of an infinitive-nexus.
Capitalist and pianist vacillate between rhythmical and ; , is rhythmical, but Americans generally say , . from aristocracy stress: , , analogical accentuation. Aristocrat is rhythmically or Some adjectives in -able have rhythmical ...
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This book was a bit of a muddled review of grammar principles. While it was still useful, to some extent, I found that it would be much more useful to people who English is not their first language ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
THE THREE RANKS
AFFIRMATION NEGATION QUESTION