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    John Bird
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Series: English linguistics, 1500-1800, a collection of facsimile reprints.

Series: English linguistics, 1500-1800, a collection of facsimile reprints. Unknown Binding: 92 pages. Publisher: Scolar P (1969). ISBN-13: 978-0854171774. Shipping Weight: . pounds.

Grounds of grammar, 1639. 184 pages 20 cm. Original . A Scolar Press facsimile. Menston, Scolar Press. reads: Grounds of grammer. Oxford, L. Lichfield, 1639.

Appears in 35 books from 1791-2003

English linguistics, Issue 361 Snippet view - 1972. English linguistics, Issue 203 Snippet view - 1970. Appears in 35 books from 1791-2003. Page 2 - A vowel is a simple sound, formed by a continued effusion of the breath, and a certain conformation of the mouth, without any alteration in the position, or any motion of the organs of speech, from the moment the vocal sound commences till it ends. 7. A consonant may be defined to be, an interruption of the effusion of vocal sound, arising from the application of the organs of speech to each other.

Grounds of Grammar book. Grounds of grammar, 1639 (English linguistics, 1500-1800: a collection of facsimile reprints). 1240416644 (ISBN13: 9781240416646).

Home Walker, John Rhetorical Grammar (English linguistics 1500-1800; a collection. This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. which we choose that the strength of our cause should rest. In every kind of public speaking it is import tant to hit the precise time of concluding, so as to bring the discourse just to a point; nei-i ther ending abruptly and unexpectedly, nor disappointing the expectation of the hearers, when they look for the discourse being finished.

Télécharger le PDF. E-book - GRATUIT. Autres éditions - Tout afficher. English Linguistics, 1500-1800: (A Collection of Facsimile Reprints), Numéro 89 Affichage d'extraits - 1968. English Linguistics, 1500-1800: (A Collection of Facsimile Reprints), Numéro 1 ;Numéro 117. Scolar Press, 1791. English linguistics, Numéro 361 Affichage d'extraits - 1972. English linguistics, Numéro 203 Affichage d'extraits - 1970. Tout afficher . Expressions et termes fréquents.

A Collection of Facsimile Reprints, by R. C. Alston. Hazlitt W. A New and Improved Grammar of the English Tongue: For the Use of Schools. Jackson H. Analyzing English: an Introduction to Descriptive Linguistics. Menston: The Scolar Press limited, 1969. Greenwood J. The Royal English Grammar, Containing What is Necessary to the Knowledge of the English Tongue. 170 p. Halliday M. A. K. Categories of the Theory of Grammar // Word. L. - Toronto: J. M. Dent and Sons, Lt. 1931. Oxford: Pergamon Institute of English, 1980.

Series: English linguistics, 1500-1800-a collection of facsimile reprints, no. 28. Online version: Bird, John, 17th cent. Grounds of grammar, 1639. Menston, Scolar Press, 1971 (OCoLC)602637461.

Online version: Bird, John, 17th cent.