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An or a before the genus, may refer to a whole species; and the before the species, may denote that whole species emphatically: as, "A certain bird is termed the cuckoo, from the sound which it emits. Justice is the first of all moral virtues.
The of offenders lessens the disgrace of the crime; for a common reproach is no reproach. The article the is applied to nouns of cither : as, "The man, the men;" "The good boy, the good boys. This inconvenience should be submitted to, since a less comprehensive distribution would be very unfavourable to a rational investigation of the meaning Fdee English sentences.
Say--"be wandering elsewhere;" and omit the a, in all such cases. Before h Frse an unaccented syllable, either form of the article may be used without offence to the ear; and either may be made to appear preferable to the other, by merely aspirating the letter in a greater or less degree. For this idea, and indeed for a great part of his book, he is indebted to Dr. Neither solution is free from difficulty.
We are apt to like pernicious company. Though he is out of danger, he is still afraid.
Articles should be inserted as often as the sense requires them; as, "Repeat the preterit and [the] perfect participle of the verb to abide. Prayer, p. Johnson says, the word many is remarkable in Saxon for its frequent use. Lindley Murray, though not uniform in his practice respecting this, seems to have thought it necessary to use the plural in many sentences in which I should decidedly prefer the singular; as, "That the learners may have no doubts.
Hence, while some have objected to the peculiar distinction bestowed upon these little words, firmly insisting on throwing them in among the common mass of adjectives; others have taught, that the definitive adjectives--I know not how many--such as, this, that, these, those, any, other, some, all, both, each, every, either, neither--"are much more properly articles than any thing else.
Constancy in friendship denotes a generous mind.
That is, in pieces, or to pieces. He laboured to still the tumult.
Adversity is orap criterion of friendship. Etymology, therefore, should be taught before syntax; but it should be chiefly taught by a direct analysis of entire sentences, and those so plainly written that the particular effect of every word may be clearly distinguished, and the meaning, whether intrinsic or relative, be discovered with precision. A modern change, indeed! Within two lines of this quotation, the biographer speaks of "an heroic multitude!
The boys in this great school play truant, and there is no person to chastise them. Behave like men.
The pains of the mind are harder to bear than those of the body. The word bestowed is a participle. There is just as much reason to deny and degrade the Greek or French article, or that of any other language, as the Cararvon and, if those who are so zealous to reform our the, an, and a into adjectives, cared at all to appear consistent in the view of Comparative or General Grammar, they would either set about a wider reformation or back out soon from the pettiness of this.
The smiles of the world are deceitful. Laboriously is an adverb.
Lazy is an adjective. Along is a preposition. Whereas the other definitives above mentioned are very often used to supply the place of their nouns; that is, to represent them understood. A pronoun is a word used in stead of a noun.
What are you a-seeking? It was popular with many visiting foxhunters, staghunters and fishermen. Alexander Murray says, "To be a-seeking, is the relic of the Saxon to be on or an seeking. Youth is the season of improvement.
Hope, in this mixed state of good and ill, is a blessing from heaven: the gift of prescience would be a curse. A Noun is the name gidls any person, place, or thing, that can be known or mentioned: as, George, York, man, apple, truth. Hence its effect upon a particular name, or proper noun, is directly the reverse of that which it has upon a common noun.
This author has long mkd idly contending, that an or a is not an article, but an adjective; and that it is not properly distinguished by the term "indefinite.
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