Graded Composition Lessons: In Three Parts, 第 1 部

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Newson and Company, 1904
 

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Poetry Prose
13
How to Get Ideas
14
Capital Letter Names of Persons and Places
15
Conversation Mental Pictures
16
Variety of Expression
17
Capital Letter Names of the Days of the Week and the Month
18
Review
19
Lesson in Interpretation He Prayeth Best XIX Model Composition Shells
22
Review
23
Model Composition Plants
24
Model Letters
25
Abbreviations Initials and Titles of Respect
26
Model Composition Columbus
27
Abbreviations Places
28
Abbreviations Days and Months
29
Model Composition Cotton
30
Correct Forms Is and Are
31
Picture Study Cat and Kittens Lambert
32
QuotationMarks
34
Variety of Expression
35
Model Letters
36
Correct Forms Was and Were
37
Model Composition George Washington
38
Composition Original The Indians
39
Another Use of the Apostrophe In Contractions
40
Correct Forms Has and Have
44
Variety of Expression
45
Common Errors You
46
The Paragraph 47
47
Composition Original The Eskimos
48
Additional Exercises
49
Review
50
Lesson in Interpretation The Little Artist
51
Review
52
Composition Model and Reproduction Grant
55
Correct Forms Parts of See
56
Picture Study Babys First Ride Scaffi
58
Correct Forms Parts of Come
60
Model Christmas Letters
61
Correct Forms Parts of Go
63
Composition Original Our Bird Friends
65
The Statement Its Chief Parts
66
Letter Model and Original
67
Composition Original The Pilgrims LXIII Name Words More than
68
Composition Model and Original My First Day at School
69
Name Words More than
70
Model Letters of Invitation with envelope form
71
Combining Sentences
72
Composition Original A Lion
74
Composition Original and Reproduction Echo
76
Combining Sentences
77
Composition Original Autumn Leaf LXXIII Synonyms
78
Composition Original Thanksgiving Day LXXV Variety of Expression
79
Letters Model and Original Answers to In vitations
80
Paragraphing
81
Composition Original Winter
82
Additional Exercises
83
Review
84
Preliminary Notes in
87
Composition Original My
89
Addresses and Dates for Letters
90
Composition Model and Original The Snails Story
92
Capital Letter Titles of Books LXXXV Letters The Form The Envelope
94
Composition Original A Summer Shower
96
Composition Original Precious Metals
106
Composition Original The Senses
107
Letters Original Invitation and Answer
108
Words that Tell What Things Do
109
Composition Original The Raindrops Journey
110
Composition Model and Reproduction Na than Hale
111
Words that Tell What is Done to Things
112
Letters Original
113
Picture Study An Unexpected Meeting
114
Words that Tell What is Done to Things
116
Composition Original and Reproduction The Legend of Robin Redbreast
117
Words that Tell What Things are Doing
118
Words that Tell What Things Did
119
Letters Model and Original
120
Words that Tell What Things Are
121
Lesson in Interpretation Selection from Hia watha
122
Words of Quality Quality Words
123
Composition Original Autobiography
124
Paragraphing
125
Composition Reproduction Ceres
126
Common Errors Repetition
127
Letter Model and Original
128
Review
129
Preliminary Notes
131
Composition Original A Pleasant Holi day
132
Capital Letter Names Made from Particular Names
133
Composition Reproduction and Original Two Children
134
Letters Original
135
Dash and Parenthesis
136
The Comma in Address
138
Composition Interpretation and Reproduc tion Piccola
139
Possessive Case Rule
141
Letters Model and Original
142
х 127
143
The Statement Its Chief Parts
145
Composition Original The Ancient Greeks Alternative The Japanese
146
Enlarging the Sentence The Part that Names
148
Letters Model and Original
150
Enlarging the Sentence The Part that Tells
151
Composition Original Planting a Seed
152
Changing the Order of the Sentence
153
Composition Original Our Opening Ex ercises
154
Correct Forms The Part that Tells
155
Letters Model and Original
156
Words that Tell What Things Are
157
Lesson in Interpretation Coal
158
Composition Original Cat and Dog Con trasted
159
Words of Quality Quality Words
161
Composition Reproduction The Legend of the Dandelion
162
Words of Quality Quality Words
164
Composition Original My Favorite Tree
165
Words of Quality Quality Words i
166
Letter Original
167
Composition Original The Coming of Spring
168
Common Errors Done and Seen
170
Composition Reproduction The Story of Venus
171
Variety of Expression
172
Statements Changed to Questions and Exclama tions
173
Composition Original and Reproduction An ecdote of Benjamin Franklin
174
Combining Sentences
176
Additional Exercises
177
Review
179
Summary of Rules
183
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122 ページ - Then the little Hiawatha Learned of every bird its language, Learned their names and all their secrets, How they built their nests in Summer, Where they hid themselves in Winter, Talked with them whene'er he met them, Called them
138 ページ - FULL knee-deep lies the winter snow, And the winter winds are wearily sighing: Toll ye the church -bell sad and slow, And tread softly and speak low, For the old year lies a-dying.
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