« PreviousContinue »
Just what you want to know about the correct use of Preposi tions, Conjunctions, Relative Pronouns, and Adverbs is provided in concise, handy form, with illustrative examples, in this work.
Companion Volume to "English Synonyms,
By JAMES C. FERNALD, L.H.D.
Editor of "The Standard Dictionary," "English Synonyms and Antonyms," etc.
Giving the definitions with the correct usage of these parts of speech so far as pertains to their office as connectives in the construction of English phrases and sentences; indicating such prepositions as should be used after verbs and those concerning which questions are likely to arise; with numerous quotations sustaining the decisions as to correct or incorrect usage.
"The topic of connecting words is one of extreme importance in the study of language, and Mr. Fernald's book is decidedly worth while."— The Republican, Springfield.
"In this valuable manual the reader, the writer, and the teacher will find on the instant an admirable solution for ten thousand difficulties. The arrangement is simplicity itself, and the treatmen、 lucid and convenient."—Public Ledger, Phila.
"He points distinctions clearly, shows the common errors, and gives many examples drawn from a great variety of sources."-Public Opinion, New York.
Uniform Size and Style with "English Synonyms, Antonyms, and Prepositions." 12mo, Cloth. 334PP. $1.50 net. FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY, Publishers NEW YORK AND LONDON
STANDARD EDUCATIONAL SERIES
WITH NOTES ON THE
DESIGNED AS A COMPANION FOR THE STUDY
AND AS A
TEXT-BOOK FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS
JAMES C. FERNALD, L.H.D.
FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY
NEW YORK AND LONDON
HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY
PROF. JOHN TUCKER MURRAY,
Copyright, 1896, by FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY.