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Masterpieces Of American Literature
Scarlet Letter, Parkman's Histories, Motley's Dutch Republic,...

The Paragraph
The paragraph may be defined as a group of sentences that are...

Eatate
Don't confound the two. Eat is present, ate is past. "I eat t...

M.
Sing. Plural. ...

Requirements Of Speech
It is very easy to learn how to speak and write correct...

Present Tense
Sing. Plural ...

Am Comehave Come
"I am come" points to my being here, while "I have come" inti...

The Sentence
A sentence is an assemblage of words so arranged as to ...


AND WITH THE RELATIVE




Common Stumbling Blocks - Peculiar Constructions - Misused Forms.

Never use and with the relative in this manner: "That is the dog I
meant and which I know is of pure breed." This is an error quite
common. The use of and is permissible when there is a parallel relative
in the preceding sentence or clause. Thus: "There is the dog which I
meant and which I know is of pure breed" is quite correct.





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