Grammar of the English Sentence (Classic Reprint)
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Grammar of the English Sentence is a guide to the correct usage of English grammar, with an introductory section on the parts of speech, sentences, phrases, punctuation, and an overview of some basic grammatical rules. The bulk of the work is devoted to a detailed breakdown of the parts of speech, with separate chapters devoted to nouns, pronouns, adjectives, verbs, and several others parts of speech. Each section contains a detailed analysis that outlines the correct grammatical rules to apply to various parts of a sentence. Study exercises are suggested throughout, although not in an overt question and answer format.
Jonathan Rigdon's textbook is an excellent reference for students of English. This is a foundational text that can be beneficial to both the native English speaker as well as those learning a second language. The author's writing is clear, and the book does an effective job of highlighting the important grammatical rules one must be familiar with. While not the definitive textbook on the subject matter, this is nonetheless a valuable contribution to the literature on English grammar.
Grammar of the English Sentence is a well-written and concise instructional on the various parts of speech. Students of the English language seeking to better grasp grammatical concepts, whether native speakers or not, will find this to be a valuable text. Those in need of an English grammar textbook would be wise to consider adding this title to their home library.
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