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Time flies, O.,! how swiftly,"19:11 W Time is a common substantive, of the neuter gender, the third person, the singular number, and in the nominative min case. (Decline the noun.) Flies is an irregular verb'neuter, the indicative mood, present tense, and the third person 11 singular: (Repeat the present tense, &c.) 0! is an interjection. How and swiftly are adverbs.

“Gratitude is a delightful emotion." Gratitude is a common substantive, of the neuter gender, the third person, the singular number, and in the nominative case. (Decline it.) Is is an irregular verb neuter, in-, dicative mood, present tense, and the third person singular.. (Repeat the present tense, &c.) A is the indefinite article. Delightful is an adjective in the positive state. (Repeat the degrees of comparison.) Emotion is a common substantive; of the neuter gender, the third person, the singular number, and in the nominative case. (Decline it.)

• They who forgive, act nobly.” They is a personal pronoun, of the third person, the plural number, and in the nominative case. (Decline it.) Who is a relative pronoun, and the nominative case. (Decline it.) Forgive is an irregular verb active, indicative mood, present tense, and the third person plural. (Repeat the present tense, &c.) Act is a regular verb-active, indicative inood, present tense, and the third person plural. (Re-, dt peat, &c.} Nobly is an adverb of quality. (Repeat the degrees of comparison.)

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By living temperately, our health is promoted.”. By is a preposition. Living is the present participle of, 2594 the regular neuter verb "to live." (Repeat the participles) les Temperately is an adverb of quality. Our is an adjective, pronoun of the possessive kind. (Decline it.) Health is a common substantive, of the third person, the singular,

t"? 1919 number, and in the nominative case.

(Decline it.). Iseuon promoted is a regular verb passive, indicative m

mood, pre sent tense, and the third person singular. (Repeat, &c.);r disa

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« We should be kind to them, who are unkind to us.

We is a personal pronoun, of the first person, the plural number, and in the nominative case. (Decline it.) Should be is an irregular verb neuter, in the potential mood, the imperfect tense, and the first person plural. (Repeat the present tense, &c.) Kind is an adjective, in the positive state. (Repeat the degrees of comparison.) To is a preposition. Them is a personal pronoun, of the third person, the plural number, and in the objective case. (Decline it.) Who is a relative pronoun, and in the nominative case. (Decline it.) Are is an irregular verb neuter, indicative mood, present tense, and the third person plural. (Repeat, &c.) Unkind is an adjective in the positive state. (Repeat the degrees of comparison.) To is a preposition. Us is a personal pronoun, of the first person, the plural. number, and in the objective case. (Decline it.) SECTION 2. Specimens of syntactical parsing,

See the Exercises, p. 32.

« Vice produces misery.". Vice is a common substantive, of the neuter gender, the third person, the singular number, and in the nominative case. Produces is a regular verb active, indicative mood, present tense, the third person singular, agreeing with its nominative “'vice,” according to RULE !.. which

says; (here repeat the rule.) Misery is a common substantive, of the neuter gender, the third person, the singular ‘number, and the objective case, governed by the active verb:“ pro-. duces, according to Rule x). which says, &c.

“ Peace and joy are virtue's crown.” Peace is a common substantive. (Repeat the gender, person, number, and case.) And is a copulative conjunction. Joy is.. a common substantive. (Repeat the person, number, and a note to? case.). Are is an irregular verb neuter, indicative moodokse present tense, and the third person plural, agreeing with ... the nominative case ** peace and joy,” according to RULE II. :3 155477 which says ; Chere repeat the rule.) Virtue's is a common substantive, of the third person, the singular number, and in

says, &c.

the possessive case, governed by the substantive “crown," agreeably to RULE X. which

Crown is a common substantive, of the neuter gender, the third person, the singular number, and in the nominative case, agreeably to the fourth note of RULE XI.

“ Wisdom or folly governs us.' Wisdom is a common substantive. (Repeat the gender, person, number, and case.) Or is a disjunctive conjunction. Folly is a common substantive. (Repeat the person, number, and case.) Governs is a regular verb active, indicative mood, present tense, and the thrird person singular, agreeing with its nominative case. “. wisdom” or “ folly,” according TO RULE III. which says, &c. Us is a personal pronoun, of the first person, plural number, and in the objective case, governed by the active verb “ governs,” agreeably to RULB XI. which says, &c.

«. Every heart knows its sorrows." Every is an adjective pronoun of the distributive kind, agreeing with its substantive “ heart,” according to Note 2 under RULE VIII. which says, &c. Heart is a common substantive. (Repeat the gender, person, number, and case.) Knows is an irregular verb active, indicative mood, present tense, third person singular, agreeing with its nominative case “ heart,” according to RULE 1. which says, &c. Its is a personal pronoun, of the third person singular, and of the neuter gender, to agree with its substantive “heart,” according to RULE V. which says, &c. it is in the possessive case, governed by the noun “ sorrows,” according to RULE X. which says, &c. Sorrows is a common substantive, of the third person, the plural number, and the objective case governed by the active verb “ knows,” according to Rule xi. which says, &c.

“ The man is happy who lives wisely." The is the definite article. Mun is a common substantive. (Repeat the person, number, and case.). Is is an irregular verb neuter, indicative mood, present tense, and the third person singular, agreeing with the nominative

case

RULE VI.

man,” according to RULE I. which says, &c. Happy is an adjective in the positive state.

Who is a relative pronoun, which has for its antecedent, “ man," with which it agrees in gender and number, according to RULE V. which says, &c. Lives is a regular verb neuter, indicative mood, present tense, third person singular, agreeing with its nos minative " who,” according to RULE VI. which says, &c. Wisely is an adverb of quality, placed after the verb, according to RULE xv.

“ Who preserves us ;” Who is a relative pronoun of the interrogative kind, and in the nominative case singular. The word to which it relates, (its subsequent,) is the noun or pronoun containing the answer to the question ; agreeably to a note under

Preserves is a regular verb active, indicative mood, present tense, third person singular, 'agreeing with its nominative ". whò,” according to RULE VI. which says, &c. Us is a personal pronoun.. (Repeat the person, number, case, and rule.)

«s, Whose house is that? My brother's and mine. Who inhabit it? We.Whose is a relative pronoun of the interrogative kind, and relates to the following words,“ brother's” and“ miine," agreeably to a note under RULE VI. It is in the possessive case, governed by “house,” according to RULE X. which says,&c. House is a common substantive. (Repeat the gender, person, number, and case.) Is is an irregular verb neuter, indicative mood, present tense, and the third person singular, agreeing with its nominative case “ house,” according to RULE I. which says, &c. That is an adjective pro-. noun of the demonstrative kind. My is an adjective pronoun of the possessive kind. Brother's is a common substantive, of the third person, the singular number, and in the possessive case, governed by “ house” understood, according to RULE X. and a note under RULE VI. And is a copulative conjunction. Mine is a personal pronoun, of the first person, the singular number, and in the possessive case, according to a note under RULE X. and another una der RULE VI. Who is a relative pronoun of the interroe 21 gative kind, of the plural number, in the nominative caseyti. and relates to “we” following, according to a note under RULE VI. Inhabit is a regular verb active. (Repeat the s mood, tense, person, &c.) It is a personal pronoun, of theria third person, the singular number, and in the objective case, governed by the active verb “inhabit,” accordings to RULE XI. which says, &c. We is a personal pronoun; of the first person, the plural number, and the nominative } case to the verb “ inhabit" understood. The words "inhabit iť are implied after “ we,” agreeably to a note un- 15 der RULE VI.

“ Remember to assist the distressed." Remember is a regular verb active, imperative mood, the second person singular, and agrees with its nominative case " thou” understood. To assist is a regular verb active, in the infinitive mood, governed by the preceding verb “remember,” according to RULE XII. which says, &c. The is the definite article. Distressed is an adjective put substantively.

“ We are not unemployed.” We is a personal pronoun. (Repeat the person, number and case.) Are is an irregular verb neuter. (Repeat the mood, tense, person, &c.) Not is an adverb of negation., Unemployed is an adjective in the positive state. The two negatives not and un, form an affirmative, agreeably to RULE XVI, which says, &c..

“ This bounty has relieved, you and us; and has as gratified the donor." This is an adjective pronoun of the demonstrative kind. Bounty is a common substantive. (Repeat the person, numa ber; and case.) Has relieved is a regular verb'active, in-95 dicative mood, perfect tense, third person singular, agrees to ing with its nominative s. bounty,” according to ruler) which says, &c. You is a personal pronoun, of the second person plural, and in the objective case. (Repeat the go

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