An Unconventional English Grammar

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Sinopsis: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1883 edition. Excerpt: ...pronouns from all other adjectives in these respects: (1) that they do not admit of comparison, (2) that no adverb can qualify them. This remark, however, is not quite true of the complementary possessives. Thus we can say, wholly mine, and yours truly: nay, they are not quite incapable of comparison, as we see in these lines out of the " Reign of Love "--"One day surer love, One day yourer love;" meaning, "One day more completely yours." And--' Until I die are mines;" meaning, " Are most emphatically mine." Lastly the adverb pronouns, unlike other adverbs, qualify no other parts of speech. They are, however, more usually called Pronominal Adverbs. Section XIII. Pronominal Adverbs. The following adverbs are pronominal, being derived from the pronouns he, the, who:--And from these many compound pronominal adverbs are formed; as henceforth, therefore, etc. N.B. All the Relative Pronominal Adverbs admit of being used as continuative conjunctions, as we shall see by-and-by. CHAPTER IV. VERBS. A Verb (from verbum, a word, as being the word, the word of words, the predicate) is that part of speech by means of which we speak affirmatively, interrogatively, or in any other way, of (1) what anything does, (2) or has done to it, (3) or in what state it exists: as "The cow eats;" "the child is hurt;" "the girl sleeps." Section I. Of the Different Kinds of Verbs. When the action is directed towards some specified object, the verb is termed Transitive (trans, across, and eo, I go); where it is not so directed, but describes a state of being not an action, it is called Intransitive, or Neuter. When the subject and the object of the verb are the same, the verb is said to be used...

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