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6 And when its yellow lustre smiled,
O'er mountains yet untrod,
To bless the bow of God."
range us in line
As the voice of the trumpet is calling."
Though the chief actor died upon the stage."
The fair effulgence of an open heart."
far hence to dwell.”_-Smith. "Pray I cannot, though inclination
Be as sharp as 'twill." “ Too low they build, who build beneath the stars."
YOUNG (21.) Τ Η Ε Υ BUILD,
Principal They-Subject of build." parts.
Build Predicate of 66 they."
Low--Adjunct of“ build." Adjuncts. T0o-Adjunct of " low."
Who build beneath the stars--Adjunct of " thoy.
Principal Who-Subject of build." Au ciliary
Build-Predicate of " who."
Beneath stars--Adjunct of " build."
“ But they that fight for freedom, undertake
A complex sentence.
They-Subject of undertake."
Undertake-Predicate of “they." parts.
Cause-Object of “undertake."
Adjuncts of Noblest
.6 cause." [that] mankind can have at stake
Construction. But, introduces an additional sentence,
Conj. They, agent of action expressed by “undertake,"
Pron. That, agent of action expressed by "fight,"
Pron. Fight, expresses the action performed by “that,”
Verb. For, expresses a relation of " fight” and “freedom,"
Prep. Freedom, object of relation expressed by" for,”
Noun. Undertake, expresses the action of " they;"
Verb. limits “cause,”
Adj. Noblest, cause,
Adj. Cause, object of the action expressed by “undertake,” Noon
Pron. X, (that), object of " can have"--referring to "cause,' Mankind, agent of action expressed by “can have,”
Noun. Can have, expresses an action of “mankind,"
Verb. At, expresses a relation of " can have” and “stake,” Prep. Stake, object of relation expressed by “at,"
Noun, 17 Let each pupil make a sentence for the above diagram.
And students who love to study, merit the highest honors which teachers can give them.
· Our proper bliss depends on what (that which) 200
A Complex senience--the Auxiliary qualifies a phrase.
Bliss Subject of " depends."
Ş [Tha:]-Object of relation expressed by “ on."
[Which]-Object of action expressed by “ blame." We—Subject of " blame." Blame-Predicate of “ we."
Let sentences be made for the above diagrams. "God never meant, that man should scale the heavens By striulcs of human wisdom.”—Cowper.
A complex sentence—the Auxiliary the logical object of the Principah
Let the Analysis of this sentence be written on the black-board.
• Time slept on flowers and lent his glass to hope."
Time-Subject of "slept" and "lent."
[and] Predicates of " time."
On flowers-Adjunct of " slept.”
." To hope-Adjunct of " lent." Let the pupil apply the following sentences to the same diagram. 2. We sigh for change, and spend our lives for nought. 3. We shall pass from earth, and yield our homes to others.
4. William goes to school, and pursues his studies with diligence.
5. James stays at home, and spends his time at play.
Vary the Adjuncts for the following.
And puffs them wide of hope." “ Wreaths of smoke ascend through the trees, and betray the kalf hidden cottage." “Its little joys go out, one by one,
And leave poor man, at length, in perfect night.” "In silence majestic they twinkle on high,
And draw admiration from every eye.” 6. The waves mount up and wash the face of heaven.”
(26.) " For the angel of death spread his wings
on the blast,
as he passed.”
Angel-Subject of “ spread and “ breathed." Principal
[and] Predicates of “ angel." parts.
} Adjuncts of “ angel."
" His—Adjunct of “wings.” Adjuncts.
On the blast-Adjunct of “ spread.”
Adjuncts of “ breathed."
As—Introduces an auxiliary sentence.
He–Subject of “passed." sentence.
Passed-Predicate of “he." Let the principal parts of the same diagram be written on the black-board, and vary the adjuncts to the following sentences.
"He plants his footsteps in the sea,
And rides upon the storm.” The ravished eye casts its glance around on every side, ana is never satisfied with gazing.
“ That I might explore the records of remote ages, and become familiar with the learning and literature of other times."
Taylor “But now a wave, high rising o'er the deep,
Lifts its dire crest--and, like a vengeful fiend,
And swear for her to live—with her to die."