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" When any Word is to be immediately mentioned, if it can be well underftood, it ought to be left out in the former Part ; as, Drink ye Red [Wine] or White Wine. "
The Royal Universal British Grammar and Vocabulary: Being a Digestion of the ... - Página 323
por Daniel Farroe - 1754 - 344 páginas
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The Royal English Grammar: Containing what is Necessary to the Knowledge of ...

James Greenwood - 1737 - 173 páginas
...O^ Upon what account may Words' be left out ? •A- Words may be lute out upon four ac- • counts. I. When a Word has Been mentioned juft before, and may be fuppofed to be kept in Mind, ihcn it is often left out. As,defar came, ar.d fa-w, and (onrjueretl ; where you need not fry, C.cfar...
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An Essay Towards a Practical English Grammar: Describing the Genius and ...

James Greenwood - 1753 - 339 páginas
...out nuhat Words tvef/cafe in a Sentence ? A. No. Q. Upon 'what Account may Words be left out ? A. I. When a Word has been mentioned juft before, and may be fuppofed to be kept in Mind, then it is oft left out, Therefore in a Relative Sentence [or in a Sentence that relates to fome other] the Antecedent...
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A new guide to the English tongue

Thomas Dilworth - 1793 - 142 páginas
...Ellipfis ? VV A. The leaving out of Words in a Sentence. Q^ Upon what Account may Words be left out ? j$. i . When a Word has been mentioned juft before, and may be fuppofed to be kept in Mind. Therefore in a Relative Sentence, the Antecedent, or foregoing Word, is feldom repeated; as, I bought...
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