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James Witt Sewell

An English Grammar

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    In the more simple state of the Arabs, the nation is free, because each of her sons disdains a base submission to the will of a master.—Gibbon.
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    "Water seeks its level."
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    When we speak of a wise man, we recognize in him an attribute or quality. If we wish to think simply of that quality without describing the person, we speak of the wisdom of the man. The
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    Abstract nouns are names of qualities, conditions, or actions, considered abstractly, or apart from their natural connection.
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    NOTE.—There are some nouns, such as sun, moon, earth, which seem to be the names of particular individual objects, but which are not called proper names.
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    (1) The metals: iron, gold, platinum, etc.

    (2) Products spoken of in bulk: tea, sugar, rice, wheat, etc.

    (3) Geological bodies: mud, sand, granite, rock, stone, etc.

    (4) Natural phenomena: rain, dew, cloud, frost, mist, etc.

    (5) Various manufactures:
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    They are called MATERIAL NOUNS. Such
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    It may, however, be correctly used for another group of nouns detailed below; for they are common nouns in the sense that the names apply to every particle of similar substance, instead of to each individual or separate object.
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    It may, however, be correctly used for another group of nouns detailed below; for they
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    It may, however, be correctly used for another group of
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    It may, however, be correctly used for another group o
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    They properly belong under common nouns, because each group is considered as a unit, and the name applied to it belongs to any group of its class.
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    They properly belong under common nouns, because each group is considered as a unit, and the name applied to it belongs to any gro
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    For instance, road is a word that names any
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    instance, road is a word that
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    Thus, city is a word applied to any one of its kind; but Chicago names one city,
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    common noun is a name possessed by any one of a class of persons, animals, or things.
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    proper noun is a name applied to a particular object, whether person, place, or thing.
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    noun is a name word, representing directly to the mind an object, substance, or idea.
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    Grammar is the science of letter; hence the science of using words correctly.—Abbott
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