Essentials of English, Книга 2

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g The Same Words Used Differently
19
Modifiers
20
Adjectives
22
The Use of Adjectives
24
Nouns and Adjectives Distinguished
26
Subject Substantive and Predicate Verb
31
Adjectival and Adverbial Phrases
33
Prepositions
35
Adverbs and Prepositions Distinguished
37
Compound Subject and Predicate
39
Conjunctions
40
Kinds of Sentences
43
Interjections
46
Summary of the Parts of Speech
48
Position of the Subject
50
Summary of Sentences Analysis
52
Possessive Modifiers Substantives
54
Modifiers Appositives
57
Summary of Modifiers of Subject Substantive
60
Summary of Modifiers of Predicate Verb
61
Modifiers of Modifiers
62
Incomplete and Complete Assertions
64
The Direct Object
66
Transitive and Intransitive Verbs
69
Verbs That May be Either Transitive or Intransitive
71
Complete and Linking Verbs
73
Predicate Adjectives and Predicate Nominatives
79
Distinction between Predicate Nominatives and Direct Objects
81
Correct Use of Pronouns
82
Active and Passive Voice
84
Adjunct Accusative
87
The Indirect Object
89
Summary of the Predicate Analysis
92
Independent Elements Interjections Nominatives of Address
96
Independent Elements Nominatives of Exclamation
98
Independent Elements Parenthetical Expressions
100
Independent ElementsYes and No
101
Independent Elements Expletive There
102
Summary of Independent Elements Analysis
103
Simple and Compound Sentences Clauses
105
Complex Sentences
110
Subordinate Clauses
112
Introductory Words
114
Subordinate Clauses
116
CompoundComplex Sentences
120
Elliptical Sentences and Contractions
123
The Elements of a Sentence
126
Summary of Sentences
127
Classes of Nouns
130
Inflection
133
Gender
135
SECTION PAGE 61 Number
140
Case
145
The Nominative Case
147
How to Parse Nouns
148
The Accusative Case
149
The Adverbial Accusative
151
The Dative Case
152
The Genitive Case
153
Cases of the Appositive
157
Classes of Pronouns Personal Pronouns
159
Intensive and Reflexive Pronouns
165
Agreement of Pronouns with Their Antecedents
167
Correct Use of Personal Pronouns
169
Interrogative Pronouns
171
Correct Use of Who and Whom
173
Relative Pronouns
174
Uses of Relative Pronouns
178
Agreement of Verbs with Antecedents of Pronouns
180
The Relative Pronoun What
181
What in Indirect Questions
182
Compound Relative Pronouns
184
Determinative and Descriptive Clauses
185
Correct Use of Relative Pronouns
188
Demonstrative Pronouns
190
Indefinite Reciprocal and Identifying Pronouns
191
How to Parse Pronouns
194
Adjectival Modifiers
195
Kinds of Adjectives
196
Pronominal Adjectives
197
Uses of Adjectives
199
Comparison of Adjectives
200
The Use of the Article
204
How to Parse Adjectives
205
Adverbial Modifiers
206
Classes of Adverbs
207
SECTION PAGE 97 Comparison of Adverbs
210
Correct Use of Adverbs
211
How to Parse Adverbs
214
Classes of Conjunctions Coordinating Conjunctions
217
Subordinating Conjunctions
219
1n Sequence of Tenses
237
Mood of Verbs
239
The Subjunctive Mood
241
Potential Verb Phrases
243
Correct Use of Shall and Will
246
Participles
250
Formation and Use of Participles
252
The Nominative Absolute
254
Participles in Verb Phrases
255
Gerunds
257
The Genitive Case with the Gerund
260
Infinitives
261
Uses of Infinitives
263
Infinitives as Modifiers
265
Infinitive Clauses
267
Conjugation of Verbs 271
271
Progressive and Emphatic Forms of Verbs
276
Some Irregular Verbs
278
Review of Verbs Parsing
283
Summary of Phrases
285
Additional Uses of the Accusative Case
286
Different Uses of the Same Words
289
SECTION PAGE 133 Summary of Important Practical Rules
290
Sentences for Analysis and Parsing
297
History of the English Language
300
List of Irregular Verbs
302
Diagrams
307
PART TWO 4 1 Oral Composition Narration
315
The Paragraph
318
Capitalization
320
4 Narration
321
Punctuation
323
Direct and Indirect Discourse
325
The Climax of a Story
327
Sequence of Events
330
Word Study Synonyms 332
332
Uses of the Comma
335
Anecdote to be Completed
338
Dictation Exercises
339
A Story to Complete
340
Stories to Complete
341
Antonyms
343
Variety in Expression
346
Amplification
348
Stories to be Amplified
349
Time in Narration
351
Oral Reproduction
352
Variety in Expression 355
355
Narration
356
Study of a Poem
358
Summary of Narration
361
Letters
363
The Envelope
369
Original Letters
370
Invitations and Replies
371
Descriptions for Impressions
375
Style in Description
377
Comparisons
379
Figurative Language
381
The Topic Sentence
384
Semicolon Colon and Dash
386
Word Pictures
388
Versification 39
390
Detailed Description Persons
391
Detailed Description Places
393
Original Description of a Place
395
Original Description of an Interior 37
397
Variety in Expression
399
Description of a Picture
401
Detailed Descriptions Objects
402
Increasing the Vocabulary
404
Homonyms Variety of Expression
406
Summary of Rules of Punctuation
407
Study of a Poem
409
Summary of Description
410
Business Letters
411
Form of the Business Letter
412
Letters of Application
419
Telegrams and Night Letters
422
Advertisements
424
Short Oral Explanations 42 5
425
Longer Explanations
427
Written Explanations in Tests or Examinat
428
Reference Work
429
Literary Explanations
430
Literary Explanations
432
Summary of Explanation
435
Argument
436
Debates
438
General Exercises in Composition
440
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