A Handbook of the English Language

A Handbook of the English Language

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A Handbook of the English Language by Robert Gordon Latham

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A Handbook of the English Language

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For the use of students of the universities and higher classes of schools.

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m 295 416. Zeugma 295 417. Pros to semainomenon 296 418. Apposition 296 419. Collectiveness 297 420. Reduction 297 421. Determination of part of speech 298 422-424. Convertibility 298, 299 425. The Blacks of Africa 299 426. None of your ifs 300 427. Convertible words numerous in English 300

CHAPTER II.

SYNTAX OF SUBSTANTIVES.

428. Rundell and Bridge's 301 429. Right and left 301

CHAPTER III.

SYNTAX OF ADJECTIVES.

430. Pleonasm 302 431. Collocation 302 432. Government 302 433. More wise, wiser 303 434. The better of the two 304 435. Syntax of adjectives simple 304

CHAPTER IV.

SYNTAX OF PRONOUNS.

436. Pleonasm 305 437. Father's, not father his 305 438. Pleonasm and

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