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3. "I will never pant for public honors,

Nor disturb my quiet with the affairs of state.” 4 “Who can observe the careful ant,

And not provide for future want.” DEF. 47.-A Principal Sentence asserts an independent or a principal proposition.

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DEF. 48.-An Auxiliary Sentence is a Sentence that is used as an Element in the structure of another Sentence or of a Phrase.

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4. “Sweet was the sound, when oft, at evening's close,

Up yonder hill the village murmur rose.
5 “The bounding steed you pompously bestride,

Shares with his lord the pleasure and the pride.”
6. “ Thou hadst a voice whose sound was like the sea.”

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9. “To him that wishes for me, I am always present.” 10. “These lofty trees wave not less proudly,

That their ancestors moulder beneath them."

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OBS.-A Principal Sentence and its Auxiliary Sentences constituto Complex Sentence. (See ExamPLES (1), (2), above.]

REM.-An Auxiliary Sentence is an Adjunct of a Word, a Phrase, oi a
Sentence going before in construction; or it is used as a substitute for a
Noun. Hence,
PRIN - Auxiliary Sentences are distinguished as

Substantive,
Adjective, and
Adverbial.

DEF. 49.—A Substantive Sentence is used as the Subject or the Object of a Sentence; or as the Object of a Phrase.

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4. “ That all men are created equal, is a self-evident truth 5. “Yet Brutus says he was ambitious.

DEF. 50.-An Adjective Sentence is a Sentence that is used as an Adjunct of a Substantive.

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5. “The man of wealth and pride,
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DEF. 51.–An Adverbiul Sentence is a Sentence that is used as an Adjunct of a Verb, a Participle, au Adjective, or another Adverb.

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4.“ Where wealth and freedom reign, contentment fails."
5. “How dear to my heart are the scenes of my childhord,

When fond recollection presents them to view.”
6. “These lofty trees wave not less proudly

That their ancestors moulder beneath them." OBA.- A Sentence is sometimes a Logical Adjunct of some Word in a Principal Sentence.

EXAMPLES

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RECAPITULATION OF DIAGRAMS.
1. FOR SENTENCES.

Simple Sentence-Intransitive.
EXAMPLE. — Landscape fades.

.... a Simple Sentence-Transitive. taught school

Ex.—“ Master taught school.
.a Compound Sentence-Intransitive.
Ex.-Lark ascends and sings.

,a Compound Sentence-Intransitive reign

Ex. “Wealth and freedom reign.” [G.22.)

..a Compound Sentence-Transitive beheld

Ex.-“ We beheld moon and stars."

: .a Compound Sentence— Transitive. breath Ex.—Urn or bust can call breath."

..a Compound Sentence-Transitive.

Ex.—Liberty and union promote peace promote

and safety." ..a Compound Sentence-Transitive. life

Ex.—“State conforms and models life...a Compound Sentence—Transitive. Ex.—Spirit unfurls light and wheels . .a Compound Sentence-Transitive. Ex.-“Wisdom and virtue elevate and

ennoble man...a Compound Sentence-Transitive. Ex.—“Youth and beauty tread, ring and shout raptures.” (G. 26.)

a Compound Sentence-Mixed. Ex. "He breathes fragrance and sleeps."

a Compound Sentence-Mixed. Ex.—“ Fruits ripen and yield repasts.

COMPLEX SENTENCES.

.the Principal Sentence. loveth

Ex. “ He loveth soul."

Auxiliary Sentence-Adjective. Ex.—“That getteth wisdom.

the Principal Sentence. will make apology ) Ex.-" He will make apology."

. Auxiliary Sentence-Adjective. Ex.-" If John has injured you.. ..a Sentence having a Phrase for its

Subject. discourages( youth

Ex.—“Finding fault discourages youth.' ..a Sentence having a Sentence for

its Object. exclaims

Ex. “Man exclaims, they come.” (p. 14.]

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