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" This I think will be agreed to, that if a gentleman be to study any language, it ought to be that of his own country, that he may understand the language which he has constant use of with the utmost accuracy. "
A key to reading, designed to assist parents and teachers to superintend ... - Страница 15
по John Smith (lecturer on education.) - 1830
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The works of John Locke. To which is added the life of the author and a ...

John Locke - 1812
...the business of any but professed scholars. This, I think, will be agreed to, that, if a gentleman be to study any language, it ought to be that of his own country, that he may understand the" language, which he has constant use of, •with the utmost accuracy. There...

The Works of John Locke, Том 9

John Locke - 1823
...the business of any but professed scholars. This, I think, will be agreed to, that, if a gentleman be to study any language, it ought to be that of his own country, that he may understand the language, which he has constant use of, with the utmost accuracy. There...

Account of the Edinburgh Sessional School, and the Other Parochial ...

John Wood, John Wood (of Edinburgh.) - 1830 - 204 страници
...conversant with the dead languages, feelingly expressed to us their deep regret, that they had not been educated under the method practised in the Sessional...:" and, unless this be made a particular object of his study, and his knowledge of other languages be brought to bear directly upon it, his education...

The American Sunday School Magazine, Том 7

1830
...educated under the method here recommended! But why should we mention such alone? ' If a GiNTiKMAîf (Locke has well observed) be to study any language, it ought to be that of his own country.' He has very frequent occasion not to read merely, but to communicate his sentiments to others both...

Essays on School Keeping: Comprising Observations on the Qualifications of ...

Allison Wrifford - 1831 - 200 страници
...the business of any but professed scholars. This, I think, will be agreed to, that, if a gentleman he to study any language, it ought to be that of his own country, that he may understand the language, which he has constant use of, with the utmost accuracy. "There...

The American Journal of Education, Том 14

Henry Barnard - 1864
...the business of any but professed scholars. This, I think, will be agreed to, that, if a gentleman bo to study any language, it ought to be that of his own country, that he may understand the language, which he has constant use of, with the utmost accuracy. There...

Essays on Educational Reformers

Robert Hebert Quick - 1868 - 360 страници
...the business of any but professed scholars.' 'This, I think, will be agreed to, that if a gentleman be to study any language, it ought to be that of his own country, that he may understand the language which he has constant use of, with the utmost accuracy.' And yet...

English Pedagogy: Education, the School, and the Teacher, in English Literature

Henry Barnard - 1876 - 608 страници
...the business of any but professed scholars. This, I think, will be agreed to, that, if a gentleman be to study any language, it ought to be that of his own country, that he may understand the language, which he has constant use of, with the utmost accuracy. to maite...

Prose Quotations from Socrates to Macaulay: With Indexes...

Samuel Austin Allibone - 1876 - 764 страници
...to me that tongue that one can speak as he should do by the rules of grammar. LOCKE. If a gentleman be to study any language, it ought to be that of his own country. LOCKE. Men apply themselves to two or three foreign, dead, and which are called the learned, languages,...

Words: Their Use and Abuse

William Mathews - 1876 - 384 страници
...the first by whom the new are tried, Nor yet the last to lay the old aside.— POPE. If a gentleman be to study any language, it ought to be that of his own country. — LOCKE. Aristocracy and exclusiveness tend to final overthrow, in language as well as in politics.—...




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