Grammatical and Logical Analysis of the English Language; For the Use of Grammar Schools, High Schools, Normal Schools and Academies Volume 1

Grammatical and Logical Analysis of the English Language; For the Use of Grammar Schools, High Schools, Normal Schools and Academies Volume 1

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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. 1867 edition. Excerpt: ...Seeing and Feeling; as, hear; see, behold, witness, view, spy, discern, descry, appear, seem; reel. So the passive and expletive forms. It is heard, seen; it appears, seems, &c. 221. The predicatives of Mental State and Action are chiefly those of Perceiving, Thinking and Knowing; as, perceive, see, (= perceive, ) note, observe, &c.; think, consider, reckon, esteem, believe, remember, &c.; know, understand, be aware of, apprehend, feel, (=know, ) &c. So likewise the passive and expletive forms. It is perceived, thought, known; it is clear, obvious, manifest, evident, true, certain, &c.; it results, follows, &c. 222. The predicatives of Mental Feeling and Emotion most in use are those of Pleasure and Pain, Pride and Shame, Wonder and Astonishment, Anger and Resentment, Fearing and Hoping; as, rejoice, be pleased, be delighted, grieve, mourn, be sorry, be indignant, &c.; boast, be proud, be ashamed, be abashed, &c; wonder, marvel, be astonished, be surprised, be amazed, &c.; be angry, take amiss, take offence, take umbrage, be enraged, be incensed, be inflamed, &c.; fear, dread, hope, &c. 223. The predicatives expressing Communication of Thought in most common use, are those of Saying, Affirming, Considering, Commanding, Exhorting, Entreating, Choosing, Electing, and Hearing, (= ascertaining, ) whether by an oral, written, or any symbolic expression; as, say, narrate, relate, tell, recount, state, write, indicate, signify, &c; affirm, assure, assert, profess, aver, declare, contend, maintain, &c.; concede, grant, allow, acknowledge, &c.; command, order, bid, charge, direct, decree, enact, require, &c.; exhort, advise, persuade, counsel, warn, recommend, &c.; entreat, pray, bid, ask,show more

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  • Paperback | 44 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 95g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236619331
  • 9781236619334