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The English Language In A Nutshell
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Requirements Of Speech
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English grammar and punctuation
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Accent And Punctuation
Capitals And Italics
Definitions And Words
Numerical Values Of The Letters
Prefixes And Suffixes
Reading And Elocution
Rules And Terms
Beginning - Different Sources - The Present
Common Stumbling Blocks - Peculiar Constructions - Misused Forms.
Diction - Purity - Propriety - Precision.
Different Kinds Arrangement Of Words - Paragraph
Divisions Of Grammar Definitions - Etymology.
Figures Of Speech - Definitions And Examples Use Of Figures
Great Authors--classification--the World's Best Books.
How To Write - What To Write - Correct Speaking And Speakers
Mistakes - Slips Of Authors - Examples And Corrections - Errors Of Redundancy.
Principal Points - Illustrations - Capital Letters.
Principles Of Letter Writing - Forms - Notes
Qualification - Appropriate Subjects - Directions
Small Words - Their Importance - The Anglo-saxon Element
Vocabulary Parts Of Speech - Requisites
Informational Site Network
What is an irregular sound?
What is the Numerical value of F?
What is a word of three syllables called?
What does Isk signify?
What is a Stanza?
How many kinds of Aphthongs?
What does Teen signify?
What is a Monotone?
Give Rule 2
Where else is the Period used?
Why so called?
Which sounds should be practiced first?