Title The child's grammar. Designed to enable ladies to give their children the first simple ideas on the subject, as a preparative for further instruction. Containing a very plain and easy explanation of the several parts of speech ; exemplified in the most familiar manner in sentences suited to the capacities of children. Followed by parsing lessons, resolved into their elements, to try the progress of the pupil. And also the plainest explanation of the modes and tenses, and a second set of parsing lessons suited to a scholar more advanced in grammar ; with directions for full examination.
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Publication Place London
Publisher Galway re-printed by George Conolly
Physical Description 68
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Worldcat Url http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/777982561
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Notes Worldcat says that this work may "be another edition of Lady Eleanor Fenn's 'The child's grammar. Designed to enable ladies who may not have attended to the subject themselves to instruct their children'? Or is it somehow connected with Wollstonecraft's 'Thoughts on the education of daughters'?"
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