A Complete Guide to the Preliminary Examination of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain

A Complete Guide to the Preliminary Examination of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1893 edition. Excerpt: ...(N 0. 14 above). 15. Parse fully: --' Let me have music dying, and I seek No more delight. (d) Examples of bad Grammar to be corrected. Correct the following sentences, giving your reasons: --It is me'you have to thank for it. Neither Italy nor Germany owe their reputation to that circumstance. If he runs so quick as that to-morrow, he will win. Saying and doing is a very different thing. If I had drank the mixture, I would have recovered. He referred to the smallest of the two memorandum. Either of the three will do. The man whom you thought was a philanthropist, turns out to be a scoundrel. 9. The two first girls in that form have sang well. 10. He is one of the best men that has ever lived. I 1. I saw a young and old man sitting together. I2. Of all others this is best. 13. The King with the Lords and Commons form the Legislature. 14. Did he not confess his fault and begged to be forgiven? I 5. Can England spare such men as him? 16. The logical and historical analysis of a language often coincides. 17. There are always there a set of worthy and moderately gifted men. 18. Nor want nor cold his course delay. 19. He put a stop to making of saleable drugs. 20. The mens leader with his companions are running away. 21. This is the man whom you said had beseeched you to remain. 22. They that backbite their neighbours stealthily, do you rebuke publicly and sharply. Correction: . 1. ' It is I, -whom you have to thank for it.' /lie is grammatically incorrect, because the verb ' to be ' takes the same case after it as before it. 2. ' Neither Italy nor Germany owes its reputation, ' &c. Singular nominatives of the third person, separated by or or nor, require the verb and pronoun to be in the...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236969901
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