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RULES OF SYNTAX AND MODELS
ANALYZING AND TRANSPOSING;
SELECTIONS OF PROSE AND POETRY
FROM WRITERS OF STANDARD AUTHORITY.
BY ALLEN H. WELD, A. M.
BOSTON: CROSBY & AINSWORTH.
PHILADELPHIA: J. B. LIPPINCOTI & CO.
Entered according to Act of Congress, in ne year 1847, by ALLEN H. WELD, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Maine.
SYNOPSIS OF GʻRAMMATICAL RELATIONS.
See Gram. 00 35, 36, 37, 28, 31, or Parsing Book, pages 5, 6.
MODIFIERS OF THE PREDICATED
The Predicate of a The MODIFIERS of the predicate may
noun in apposition; an adjec- sentence may be a verb ; be a noun in the objective case, (if Hex
rarely an adjective.
is called the MODIFIEN (or logavas) PREDICATE.
plete an assertion.
JUL 30 918
MODIFIERS OF THE SUBJECT.
MODIFIERS OF THE PRE Ferdinand, the king,
a council nt Cordova. the marquis of Cadiz,
from a distance, the peril of
is the privilege of the good.
from your own admission only, among the trees, look Evergreens
ocrdant, in the winter. An, called an article,
from a Saxon word. so fair and beautiful to-day, | may wither and fade to-morrow. Thoge, who are obliging,
to be accommodated.