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Story Telling A Girls Brave Deed Selected 11 Class Composition
15
Principal and Subordinate Clauses
17
Composition The Work of the Knights
19
Test for Dictation
20
Mr Mrs and Miss
21
CHAPTER TWO 17 Literature Phineas Fletcher Meets John Halifax Dinah Mulock Craik
24
Composition The Meeting of Phineas Fletcher and John Halifax as Told by John Halifax
27
Halifax as Mr Fletcher Might Have Told It 20 Proper and Common Nouns
28
The Antecedent
30
Who Whom Which That What as Pronouns
32
This That etc as Pronouns 24 Current Events Club 25 Composition Current Events
35
Irregular Plurals
36
Resolved That John Halifax Was Wrong in Losing i His Temper
38
Adjectives Sometimes Pronouns
41
Verbs 228
52
Present Past Future
54
The Perfect Tenses
55
Review and Summary of Nouns
56
Current Events
57
Current Events Writing for the School Paper
58
Changes in Person
59
Review and Summary of Pronouns
60
Story Telling The Two Sages Selected
61
Class Composition The Two Sages
62
Monthly Review 03 Monthly Review
65
CHAPTER FOUR
66
102
75
CHAPTER FIVE LESSON PAGE 69 Literature The Little People of the Snow William Cullen Bryant
91
Composition The Advantages of Living Where There is Cold Weather Part of the Year
93
Composition Continued 72 The Conjunction
94
Coördinating and Subordinating Conjunctions
95
A Subscription An Order
98
Feed the Winter Birds Chicago Evening Post
99
Composition Continued
100
The Genitive Case
102
Summary of the Parts of Speech
103
Current Events
105
HalfYearly Summary
106
CHAPTER SIX 83 Literature The Great Stone Face Nathaniel Hawthorne
111
Composition The Great Stone Face
113
Composition Continued 86 The Adjective Clause
114
The Adverbial Clause
115
Lie and Lay
116
Story Telling Genevieve Selected 90 Class Composition Genevieve 91 Composition The Story of Genevieve
119
Composition What I Can Do Today for My Country
120
Phrases and Clauses
122
Composition Program for Washingtons Birthday 97 Composition Continued 98 Monthly Review
123
CHAPTER SEVEN 99 Literature The Tempest Charles Dickens
124
Composition The United States Life Saving Service
125
The Collective Noun
126
The Personal Pronoun
128
The Agreement of a Pronoun with its Antecedent
130
Letter Writing
131
CHAPTER EIGHT
137
The Interrogative Pronoun
143
126
148
128
149
CHAPTER NINE
150
Indefinite Pronouns
155
Literature The Flight Robert Louis Stevenson
210
Review and Summary of Clauses
220
CHAPTER FOUR
226
CHAPTER FIVE 64 Literature Walter Raleigh and Queen Elizabeth Sir Walter Scott
239
Regular and Irregular Verbs 68 Regular and Irregular Verbs
242
Dramatization Oral The Story of Sir Walter Raleighs Cloak
244
Subject and Predicate
245
Reporting for the School Paper 246 74 Agreement of Verb with Subject
246
Review and Summary of Conjunctions
247
Distinguishing Prepositions From Adverbs
248
Letter Writing 78 Expanding Words and Phrases into Clauses
249
HalfYearly Summary
250
CHAPTER
253
Letter Writing Formal Acceptance
261
Review and Summary of Adjectives
263
Monthly Review
264
CHAPTER SEVEN
265
Literature A Narrow Escape James Fenimore Cooper
267
Composition The Story of a Patriot
268
Correct Use of Auxiliary Verbs
270
Comparison of Adverbs
271
Reporting Current Events
272
Bring and Take
273
Literature Yussouf James Russell Lowell 175
276
Making Compound and Complex Sentences
277
Letter Writing Formal Invitation
278
CHAPTER EIGHT 112 Literature The Lesson Hour George Eliot
279
Composition The Unexpected Visitor
281
Review and Summary of the Verb
283
Picture Study An Exciting Moment for the Umpire
285
Class Composition Judas Maccabeus
286
Learn and Teach
287
Participles and Verbs
289
Correct Use of Adjectives
290
Letter Writing A Business Letter
291
Correct Use of Pronouns and Possessive Adjectives
292
Monthly Review
293
Literature David Robert Browning
295
Doubtful Uses of the Infinitive
301
Literature The Beanfield Henry D Thoreau
307
APPENDIX
313
SUPPLEMENTARY THEME SUBJECTS
319
SUMMARY OF BOOKS ONE AND
333
INDBX
387
Composition Continued
390
III?
4
The Direct Object
36
Story Telling A Beloved Leader Selected
57
Kinds of Phrases
63
Monthly Review
76
Literature O Captain My Captain Walt Whitman
80
Literature Abraham Lincoln Woodrow Wilson 254
81
Composition What I Know About Abraham Lincoln
82
Abraham Lincoln
83
85 Comparison of Adjectives 256
85
Composition The Boy Scouts etc
86
Composition Writing for the School Paper
87
Verbs Nouns Pronouns Adjectives 246 247
96
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