New York Teachers' Monographs Volume 24-25

New York Teachers' Monographs Volume 24-25

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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. 1917 edition. Excerpt: the man. Be ye perfect. The windows are open. The sun was hot. The nuts were ripe. 7. Give a sentence where the verb asserts action. 8. Where the verb asserts'state or condition. 9. Where the verb asserts feeling. s 10. Where the verb asserts existence. 11. In sentences of number 6 above parse the nouns, pronouns and adjectives. 12. VVrite a simple sentence with adjective phrase. 13. A simple sentence with adverbial phrase. 14. A complex sentence with relative pronoun. 15. A compound sentence with c'onjunction and. _ 16. A compound sentence with conjunction but. Fifteenth W cek--Less0ii I. VERB PHRASES. 1. Make assertions about a subject as follows: Dorothystudies, is studying, has studied, has been studying, will study, may be studying, may have been studying, should have been studying. 2. The first assertion is made by one word. 3. The others are made by a group called a verb phrase. 4. A verb phrase may be declarative, interrogative, negative and emphatic. j 5. V"rite sentences with verb phrases to illustrate number 4. As: l. She sings. Declarative. 2. Does she sing? Interrogative. 3. She does not sing. Negative. 4. She certainly does sing. Emphatic. 5. Make original sentences. 6. VVhat is a verb phrase? 7. In the following point out the forms of the verb "Be." 1. Daniel V'cbster was an orator. 2. Art thou a stranger in the city? 3. Books are the legacies of genius. 4. If I were he, I would not hesitate. 5. How truly is a kind heart a foun tain of gladness. In the following select 8. Parse the nouns. _ 9. Select the phrases, tell kind and relation of each. 10. Parse the pronouns. Lesson 11. 1. Verbs are either used transitively or intransitively. When is a verb transitive? Give a sentence. Z. VVhat more

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