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Lord-Subject of “ uplifts” and “ chains."
Hand-Object of “ uplifts."
Adjuncts of " hand."
To the shore--Adjunct of " chains."
Let the pupil place in diagrams, the following sentences:
And saw that writing's truth.”
And cast me helpless on the wild.” “ Then weàve the chaplet of flowers and strew the beauties of nature about the grave.”
“ They fulfilled the great law of labor in the letter, but broke it in the spirit.”
6. That the
And pins it with a star."
The rise and progress of each option there." REMARK.—The last example differs from the others. Let the pupil tell wherein.
Temperance and frugality promote health, and secure
[and] Subjects of promote" and "secure."
Frugality Principal Promote
Predicates of "temperance" and "fruparls. [and] Secure
Happiness---Object of secure." Note.-If I say—“Temperance promotes health and frugality secures happiness," I make two distinci sentences each “simple.” But the "and" may be taken from between “temperance” and “ frugality,” and placed between “health” and “happiness," and it remains a compound sentence. It will then read thus—" Temperance promotes, and frugality secures, health and happiness ;"--and is thus construed:
Temperance--Subject of "promotes.".
And shout their raptures to the cloudless skies.” “Prayer only, and the penitential tear,
Can call her smiling down and fix her here.”— Cowper. NOTE TO THE TEACHER.—The Author suggests that the Teacher give to each Pupil, a sentence to be placed in Diagram, and presented for inspection and criticism, at a subsequent recitation. It is believed that this practice, repeated every day, will be an agreeable and profitable exercise.
6 Wisdom and virtue elevate and ennoble og
“The toils and cares of life torment the b
restless mind."* 0 Passion degrades and brutalizes man.”+ * A compound sentence-transitire ; having two subjects, one pre
dicate, and one object.
Torment-Predicate of “ toils [and] cares."
Of life | Adjuncts of “ toils and cares."
Restless Adjuncts of " mind." A compound sentence -- transitive-having one subject, two
predicates, and one object.
Passion-Subject of " degrades and brutalizes."
[and] Predicates of " Passion."
Man-object of " degrades and brutalizes."
Miscellaneous Examples, having their Principal Parts adapted to
Diagram a, b, or c, Fig. 17. “Pride and envy accompany and strengthen each other.”
“ Illuminated Reason and regulated Liberty shall once more exhibit man in the image of his Maker.”
“Here Art and Commerce, with auspicious reign,
“For Hopes too long delayed,
Its fabled Bliss destroy." “ Patience and perseverancy will surmount or remove the most formidable difficulties."
“ Then Strife and Faction rule the day,
And Pride and Avarice throng the way ;
In freighted streets their orgies hold.” 6 The hunter's trace and the dark encampments started the wild beasts from their lairs."
Thy praise the widow's sighs, and orphan's tears embalm ” 6 Their names, their years, spelled by the unlettered muse. The place of fame and elegy supply.”—Grey.
“ Hence, every state, to one loved blessing prone,
Conforms and models life to that alone."
“When mighty Alfred's piercing soul
Pervades and regulates the whole.”
Nor lifted his voice in servile shouts,
At sight of that great ruffian.” (18.)
Unnumbered systems, suns, and worlds,
unite to worship thee. A compound sentence-intransitive ; containing three subjects
and one predicate.
Subjects of " unite." [and] parls.
, Unite—Predicate of " systems, suns, and worlds." Uunumbered-Adjunct of " systems, suns, and
To worship thee-Adjunct of “unite." 6. The lame, the blind, and the aged repose in hospitals."
Principal They-Subject of " kneeled."
Adjunct pf“ kneeled."
Fought-Predicate of "they.”
“ He hears the thunder ere the tempest
A comple:c sentence.—Def. 33.
Principal S He-Subject of “ hears.”
Hears-Predicate of " he."
Thunder-Object of " hears."
The-Adjunct of " thunder."
Ere-Introduces a qualifying sentence.
The-Adjunct of "tempest."
of Adjuncts. While they triumph, they expire. While we tarried, they slept. If we fail, you perish.