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An English Grammar
By William Malone Baskervill, James Witt Sewell
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  • AN ENGLISH GRAMMAR
  • BY
  • W.M. BASKERVILL
    • AND
  • J.W. SEWELL
    • PREFACE.
  • CONTENTS.
  • INTRODUCTION.
  • PART I.
    • THE PARTS OF SPEECH.
  • NOUNS.
    • Exercises.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
    • INFLECTIONS OF NOUNS.
    • GENDER.
    • I. Gender shown by Prefixes.
    • II. Gender shown by Suffixes.
    • III. Gender shown by Different Words.
    • Personification.
    • NUMBER.
    • I. Plurals formed by the Suffix -en.
    • II. Plurals formed by Vowel Change.
    • III. Plurals formed by Adding -s or -es.
    • Special Lists.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
    • CASE.
    • I. Uses of the Nominative.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
    • II. Uses of the Objective.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
    • III. Uses of the Possessive.
    • Case Inflection.
    • Special Remarks on the Possessive Case.
      • Exercises.
    • Exercises.
    • HOW TO PARSE NOUNS.
    • MODEL FOR PARSING.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
  • PRONOUNS.
    • PERSONAL PRONOUNS..
    • FORMS OF PERSONAL PRONOUNS.
    • Remarks on These Forms.
    • CASES OF PERSONAL PRONOUNS.
    • I The Nominative.
    • II. The Possessive.
    • III. The Objective.
    • SPECIAL USES OF PERSONAL PRONOUNS.
    • REFLEXIVE OR COMPOUND PERSONAL PRONOUNS.
      • Exercises on Personal Pronouns.
    • Exercises on Personal Pronouns.
    • INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS.
    • DECLENSION OF INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS.
    • RELATIVE PRONOUNS.
    • REMARKS ON THE RELATIVE PRONOUNS.
    • DECLENSION OF RELATIVE PRONOUNS.
    • HOW TO PARSE RELATIVES.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
    • INDEFINITE RELATIVES.
    • OTHER WORDS USED AS RELATIVES.
    • PRONOUNS IN INDIRECT QUESTIONS.
    • OMISSION OF THE RELATIVES.
      • Exercises on the Relative Pronoun.
    • Exercises on the Relative Pronoun.
    • ADJECTIVE PRONOUNS.
    • DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS
      • Exercises.
    • Exercises.
    • DISTRIBUTIVE PRONOUNS.
    • NUMERAL PRONOUNS.
    • INDEFINITE PRONOUNS.
    • HOW TO PARSE PRONOUNS.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
  • ADJECTIVES.
    • DESCRIPTIVE ADJECTIVES.
      • Exercises.
    • Exercises.
    • ADJECTIVES OF QUANTITY.
    • DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVES.
    • PRONOMINAL ADJECTIVES.
    • INFLECTIONS OF ADJECTIVES.
    • COMPARISON.
    • Remarks on Irregular Adjectives.
    • CAUTION FOR ANALYZING OR PARSING.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
    • ADVERBS USED AS ADJECTIVES.
    • HOW TO PARSE ADJECTIVES.
    • MODEL FOR PARSING.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
  • ARTICLES.
    • USES OF THE DEFINITE ARTICLE.
    • USES OF THE INDEFINITE ARTICLE.
    • HOW TO PARSE ARTICLES.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
  • VERBS AND VERBALS..
  • VERBS.
    • VERBS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO MEANING AND USE.
    • TRANSITIVE AND INTRANSITIVE VERBS.
      • Exercises.
    • Exercises.
    • VOICE, ACTIVE AND PASSIVE.
    • MOOD.
    • INDICATIVE MOOD.
    • SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD.
    • Subjunctive in Independent Clauses.
    • I. Expressing a Wish.
    • II. A Contingent Declaration or Question.
    • Subjunctive in Dependent Clauses.
    • I. Condition or Supposition.
    • STUDY OF CONDITIONAL SENTENCES.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
    • II. Subjunctive of Purpose.
    • III. Subjunctive of Result.
    • IV. In Temporal Clauses.
    • V. In Indirect Questions.
    • VI. Expressing a Wish.
    • VII. In a Noun Clause.
    • VIII. Concessive Clauses.
    • Prevalence of the Subjunctive Mood.
    • IMPERATIVE MOOD.
      • Exercises on the Moods.
    • Exercises on the Moods.
    • TENSE.
    • PERSON AND NUMBER.
    • CONJUGATION.
    • Indicative Mood.
    • Subjunctive Mood.
    • Imperative Mood.
    • Indicative Mood.
    • Subjunctive Mood.
    • Imperative Mood.
    • FULL CONJUGATION OF THE VERB CHOOSE.
    • ACTIVE VOICE.
    • PASSIVE VOICE.
    • VERBS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO FORM.
    • Remarks on Certain Verb Forms.
    • DEFECTIVE STRONG VERBS.
    • Shall and Will.
    • Conjugation of Shall and Will as Auxiliaries (with Choose).
    • Exercises on Shall and Will.
    • Some Troublesome Verbs.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
  • VERBALS.
    • PARTICIPLES.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
    • INFINITIVES.
    • GERUNDS.
    • SUMMARY OF WORDS IN -ING
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
  • HOW TO PARSE VERBS AND VERBALS.
    • I. VERBS.
    • II. VERB PHRASES.
    • III. VERBALS.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
  • ADVERBS.
    • ADVERBS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO MEANING.
    • ADVERBS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO USE.
    • COMPARISON OF ADVERBS.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
    • HOW TO PARSE ADVERBS.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
  • CONJUNCTIONS.
    • COƖRDINATE CONJUNCTIONS.
    • SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTIONS.
      • Exercises.
    • Exercises.
    • SPECIAL REMARKS.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
  • PREPOSITIONS..
    • USES OF PREPOSITIONS.
    • CLASSES OF PREPOSITIONS.
    • PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE.
    • PREPOSITIONS OF TIME.
    • EXCLUSION OR SEPARATION.
    • MISCELLANEOUS PREPOSITIONS.
    • At.
    • By.
    • For.
    • From.
    • Of.
    • I. The From Relation.
    • On, Upon.
    • To.
    • With.
    • HOW TO PARSE PREPOSITIONS.
      • Exercises.
    • Exercises.
  • WORDS THAT NEED WATCHING.
    • WHAT.
    • BUT.
    • AS.
    • LIKE.
  • INTERJECTIONS.
  • PART II.
  • ANALYSIS OF SENTENCES.
  • CLASSIFICATION ACCORDING TO FORM.
  • CLASSIFICATION ACCORDING TO NUMBER OF STATEMENTS.
  • SIMPLE SENTENCES.
    • Exercise.
    • ELEMENTS OF THE SIMPLE SENTENCE.
    • Things used as Subject.
    • Things used as Direct Object.
    • Things used as Complement.
    • Modifiers.
    • I. Modifiers of Subject, Object, or Complement.
    • II. Modifiers of the Predicate.
      • Exercises.
    • Exercises.
    • Compound Subject, Compound Predicate, etc.
    • Logical Subject and Logical Predicate.
    • Independent Elements of the Sentence.
    • PARTICIPLES AND PARTICIPIAL PHRASES.
    • INFINITIVES AND INFINITIVE PHRASES.
    • OUTLINE OF ANALYSIS.
      • Exercise in Analyzing Simple Sentences.
    • Exercise in Analyzing Simple Sentences.
  • CONTRACTED SENTENCES.
  • COMPLEX SENTENCES.
    • CLAUSES.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
    • Adjective Clauses.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
    • ANALYZING COMPLEX SENTENCES.
    • OUTLINE
      • Exercises.
    • Exercises.
  • COMPOUND SENTENCES.
    • Exercise.
    • OUTLINE FOR ANALYZING COMPOUND SENTENCES.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
  • PART III.
    • SYNTAX.
  • INTRODUCTORY.
  • NOUNS.
  • PRONOUNS.
    • PERSONAL PRONOUNS.
    • I. NOMINATIVE AND OBJECTIVE FORMS.
      • Exercise.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
    • II. POSSESSIVE FORMS.
    • RELATIVE PRONOUNS.
    • I. RESTRICTIVE AND UNRESTRICTIVE RELATIVES.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
    • II. RELATIVE AND ANTECEDENT.
    • III. OMISSION OF THE RELATIVE.
    • IV. THE RELATIVE AS AFTER SAME.
    • V. MISUSE OF RELATIVE PRONOUNS.
      • Exercise.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
    • ADJECTIVE PRONOUNS.
  • ADJECTIVES.
    • AGREEMENT OF ADJECTIVES WITH NOUNS.
    • COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE FORMS.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
  • ARTICLES.
  • VERBS.
    • CONCORD OF VERB AND SUBJECT IN NUMBER.
    • AGREEMENT OF VERB AND SUBJECT IN PERSON.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
  • INDIRECT DISCOURSE.
    • Exercise.
  • VERBALS.
  • INFINITIVES.
    • Exercise.
  • ADVERBS.
    • Exercise.
    • USE OF DOUBLE NEGATIVES.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
  • CONJUNCTIONS.
    • Exercise.
      • Exercise.
    • Exercise.
  • PREPOSITIONS.
    • LIST I.
    • LIST II.
    • LIST III.
      • Miscellaneous Examples for Correction.
    • Miscellaneous Examples for Correction.
  • INDEX.
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