3 edition of The English-grammar, or, The institution of letters, syllables, and words in the English-tongue found in the catalog.
The English-grammar, or, The institution of letters, syllables, and words in the English-tongue
|Other titles||English grammar, Institution of letters, syllables, and words in the English-tongue, Collection of certain words like in sound, but unlike in signification and manner of writing, English grammar., Institution of letters, syllables, and words in the English-tongue., Collection of certain words like in sound, but unlike in signification and manner of writing.|
|Statement||composed by Jer. Wharton ...|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 338:8.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 109 p.|
|Number of Pages||109|
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A The English grammar, or The institution of letters, syllables, and words, in the English tongue: b Whereunto is annexed an index of words like and unlike. By Charls Butler Magd. Master of Arts. 2: a English grammar: 2: a Institution of letters, syllables, and words, in the English tongue.
a Oxford: b Printed by William Turner. Get this from a library. The English grammar, or, The institution of letters, syllables, and words in the English tongue: whereunto is annexed an index of words, like.
The English-grammar, or, The institution of letters, syllables, and words in the English-tongue: conteining [sic] all rules and directions necessary to bee known for the judicious reading, right-speaking, and writing thereof: very useful for all that desire to bee expert The English-grammar the foresaid properties, more especially profitable for scholars immediately before their entrance into the rudiments.
Wharton, Jeremiah The English-grammar, or, the institution of letters, syllables, and words in the English-tongue. London: Printed by William Du-Gard for the autor [sic].
(pp. ) The Writing Scholar 'S Companion London: printed for. Anne Toner provides an original account of the history of ellipsis marks - dots, dashes and asterisks - in English literary writing. Highlighting ever-renewing interest in these forms of non-completion in literature, Toner demonstrates how writers have striven to get closer to the hesitancies and interruptions of spoken language, the indeterminacies of thought, and the successive or fragmented Cited by: 6.
Butler, Charles, The English grammar: or, The institution of letters, syllables, and words, in the English tongue: whereunto is annexed an index of words like and unlike / (Oxford: Printed by W.
Turner, for the author, ), also by William Turner (page images at HathiTrust). ed., The English Grammar, or, the Institution of Letters, Syllables, and Words in the English Tongue, 1st ed., ; 2nd ed., The full text is syllables with notes and commentary in A.
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Grammar of the English Language, in a Series of Letters. New York: Clayton & Kingsland. Coffin, E. and S. Bolozky (). In appeared ‘The English Grammar, or the Institution of Letters, Syllables, and Words in the English Tongue.
Whereunto is annexed an index of words like and unlike,’ Oxford, 4to; 2nd ed. Oxford, 4to. The author dwells upon the capriciousness of English orthography (‘neither our new writers agreeing with the old, nor either new. Wharton, Jeremiah The English-Grammar: Or, The Institution of Letters, Syllables, and Words in the English-Tongue London: William Du-Gard.
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A new English-grammar: containing all rules and directions necessary to be known for the judicious reading, right speaking, and writing of letters, syllables, and words in the English tongue. Very usefull for scholars before their entrance into the rudiments of the Latine tongue. With directions for the use of this book in schools.
80 The Study of Language English grammar However, we have not accounted for the fact that the three words in this phrase can only be combined in a particular sequence. We recognize that the phrase the lucky boys is a well-formed phrase in contemporary English, but that the following two “phrases” are not at all well-formed.
The English-Grammar, or, the Institution of Letters, Syllables, and Words in the English-Tongue Conteining All Rules and Directions Necessary to bee Known for the Judicious Reading, Right-Speaking, and Writing Thereof: Very Useful for All that Desire to bee Expert in the Foresaid Properties, More Especially Profitable for Scholars Immediately Author: Jerzy Wójcik.
Wharton, Jeremiah The English-Grammar: Or, The Institution of Letters, Syllables, and Words in the English-Tongue London: William Du-Gard. Arn, Mary-Jo - Hanneke Wirtjes - Hans Jansen (eds.) Historical & Editorial Studies in Medieval & Early Modern English.
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PART I. ORTHOGRAPHY. ORTHOGRAPHY treats of letters, syllables, separate words, and spelling. CHAPTER IOF LETTERS.
A Letter is an alphabetic character, which commonly represents some elementary sound of the human voice, some element of speech. An elementary sound of the human voice, or an element of speech, is one of the simple sounds which compose a spoken.
Homophones are words that sound the same but have different spellings and meanings. Shortened versions of words or groups of words are known as contractions. The missing letter in a contracted word is usually marked by a apostrophe.
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