Modern English Lessons

Modern English Lessons

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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. 1903 edition. Excerpt: ...A cornfield dimples without a chin; A hill no leg, but a foot; A wine-glass a stem, but not a root; A watch hands, but no thumb or finger; A boot a tongue, but is no singer; Rivers run, though they no feet; A saw teeth, but it does not eat; Ash-trees keys, yet neyer a lock; And baby crows, without being a oock.--Christina G. liossetti. c. Make a sentence about each of the following things, using has or have: 125. Written Exercise. Copy as many of the following sentences as the teacher may direct, filling each blank with the propei-word (has, have: ) (i) The girl gone away. (2) The girls been busy. (3) George Rockwell and his sister Louise a Scotch collie. (4) All insects six legs. (5) A bird two wings. (6) Ba-a, ba-a, black sheep you any wool? (7) I been to the top of the hill. (8) you ever heard the wind go "YOOOOO"? (9) Allan-a-dale no fagot for burning.--Sir Waller Scott. (10) Since then I toiled day and night. (n) The moon a face like the clock in the hall. (12) Where you been, my Mary? Section XLVII. DID AND DONE. Learn the following sentences so that you can say them in order rapidly: 1. Do your work well. 2. I did my work well. 3. He has done his work well. 4. They have done their work well. Which word is used in speaking of past time, do or did? After what words is done used? Did should be used in speaking of past time. Done should be used after has and have. 126. Oral Exercise. Read the following sentences, filling each blank with the proper word (do, did, dam): i) Who this? 2) Laura and Clifford it. 3) Have you your lesson? 4) Yes, I it this morning. S) He all the good he could. 6) Are you sure that Margaret as well as she could? 7) Ask her why she it. 8) You know that you it.,9) noble things, not dream them.--Charles...
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