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Signer, czar, signpra. czarina. landgrave, don, landgravine. One feminine noun is belle. donna. made masculine by the addition of an ending: widow, widower. Gender is sometimes indicated by adding or prefixing a noun or a pronoun 4. : salesman, saleswoman landlord, landlady manservant, maidservant he-wolf, she-wolf bride, bridegroom. ; ; ; 5. Some ; names are applied Christian proper only, others to women William, Thomas, only Henry : ; Mary, Ruth, Edith. to men NOUNS NUMBER 37 EXERCISE 26 Write the corresponding gender forms of the following nouns witch Joseph bull master baron actor host brother deaconess sorcerer doe lion wife vixen : ENGLISH GRAMMAR 38 (a) Many nouns leaves leaf, ending in / or fe change the wives thieves thief, wife, ; ; v /to : shelf, ; shelves.
10. This neighbourhood is as quiet as any though there are hundreds of pounds' worth I know ; and, of plate in the ENGLISH GRAMMAR 26 has never been attempted by robbers was a house. C. BRONTE, Jane Eyre. 11. Because she was extremely zealous for the education of my younger brother, her desire was that he might be sent with me to Lewes. EVELYN, Diary. 12. Get work, get work Know 'tis better than what you work to get. E. B. BROWNING, Aurora Leigh. plate-closet, the Hall since it ; 33. PARTICLES.
A) reward 6. Caesar /went (to Britain) || but he / did (not) conquer i (the) island. Subject and predicate are separated by a short slanting line. Subject substantive and predicate verb are underlined. Modifiers are enclosed in brackets. An object is put on the line below, and is connected with the verb by a diagonal line. A complement is put on the line above, and is connected with the verb by a diagonal line. ated by double vertical lines. Principal clauses are separ- ANALYSIS ii EXERCISE 10 1.
A HIGH SCHOOL ENGLISH GRAMMAR by George M. Jones, L. E. Horning, John D. Morrow