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RULES OF SYNTAX, AND MODELS

ANALYZING AND TRANSPOSING

TOGHTHKR WITH

SELECTIONS OF PROSE AND POETRY

FROM WRITERS OF STANDARD AUTHORITY

'BY ALLEN H. WELD, A. M.,

AUTHOR OP LATIN LESSONS AND READER, AND AN EKGUSn ORAMHAA.

PHILADELPHIA:

PUBLISHED BY SOWER & BARNES,

1853.

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MODIFIERS OF THE SUBJEcT.
The Modifiers of the subject may
be a noun in apposition; an adjec-
tive; a preposition with its object
(adjunct); a participle; a verb in the
infinitive; a relative clause; and rare-
ly an adverb.

The Subject, whose meaning is modified by one or more words,
is called the Modified (or logical) Subjec,.

PcED ATE. The Predica,e of a sentence may be a verb; or the verb b<> with any word or expression connected with it, to complete an assertion. The Predicate, wl is called

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