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CONTAINING

RULES OF SYNTAX AND MODELS

FOR

ANALYZING AND TRANSPOSING;

TOGETHER WITH

SELECTIONS OF PROSE AND POETRY

FROM WRITERS OF STANDARD AUTHORITY.

BY ALLEN H. WELD, A. M.
AUTHOR OP LATIN LESSONS AND READER, AND AN ENGLISH GRAMMAR.

PORTLAND:
PUBLISHED BY BAILEY AND NOYES,

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.

Eduet

See Gram. 00 35, 36, 37, 28, 31, or Parsing Book, pages 5, 6.
SUBJECT.
MODIFIERS OF THE SUBJECT.

MODIFIERS OF THE PREDICATED
The SUBJECT of a sertence l'he Modifiers of the subject may

The Predicate of a The MODIFIERS of the predicate may
unay be a noun or pronoun; a bet

noun in apposition; an adjec- sentence may be a verb ; be a noun in the objective case, (if Hex
verh in the infinitive ; a clause: Live, d preposition with its object or the verb be with any verb is transitive;) a verb in the infini
or any word or letter of which (adjuncı); a participle; a verb in the word or expression con- tive; an adverb; a preposition wim
something can be alñirmed. infinitive; a relative clause; and rare- nected with it, to com- its object (adjunct) ; a clause ; and
ly an adverb.

rarely an adjective.
The Subject, whose meaning is modified by one or more words, The Predicate, whose meaning is modified by one or more words,
is called the MODIPIED (or logical) SUBJECT.

is called the MODIFIEN (or logavas) PREDICATE.

PREDICATE.

plete an assertion.

RAR

Cambod
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JUL 30 918

SUBJECT.

MODIFIERS OF THE SUBJECT.

PREDICATE.

He,

SIMPLE SENTENCES.
MODIFIED SUBJECTS.

MODIFIED PREDICATES.

MODIFIERS OF THE PRE Ferdinand, the king,

held

a council nt Cordova. the marquis of Cadiz,

beheld

from a distance, the peril of

the king.
To die

is the privilege of the good.
That you have wronged me by your denial,

is evident

from your own admission only, among the trees, look Evergreens

ocrdant, in the winter. An, called an article,

is derived

from a Saxon word. so fair and beautiful to-day, | may wither and fade to-morrow. Thoge, who are obliging,

may expect

to be accommodated.

in peace,

The rose,

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