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1. "Knowledge reaches or may reach every home."

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Having the PRINCIPAL ELEMENTS similar in construction.

2. "By thus acting, we cherish and improve both."
3. "Whose patent arm perpetuates existence or destroys."
4. "For which we shunned and hated thee before."

5. "Hope, like a cordial, innocent though strong,
Man's heart at once inspirits and serenes.'

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6. "Hence every state, to one loved blessing prone,
Conforms and models life to that alone."

7. "When mighty Alfred's piercing soul,
Pervades and regulates the whole."

8. "Temperance fortifies and purifies the heart."
9. "Bright angels viewed with wondering eyes,
And hailed the incarnate God."

10. "Who does not receive and entertain a polite man with still

greater cheerfulness?"

11. "And oft that blessed fancy cheers,

And bears my heart above."

12. "That voice of more than Roman eloquence, urged and sustained the Declaration of Independence.”

13. "The pewter plate on the dresser, caught and reflected the

flame."

COMPOUND SENTENCES.-Transitive.

1. “In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth."

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"In the beginning," tells when [God] "created,"

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Class.

Hence, an Adverb.

Hence, a Noun.

Hence, a Verb.
Hence, an Adjective.
Hence, a Noun.

Hence, a Conjunction
Hence, an Adjective.
Hence, a Noun.

ADDITIONAL EXAMPLES, for the same Diagram.

2. William loves his study and his play with equal attachment.
3. God, in the creation, has displayed his wisdom and his power.

4. Men gather the tares and the wheat with equal care.

5. We, at all times, seek our honor and our happiness.

6. Students require of the teacher much instruction and some patience. 7. He educated his daughter and his son at great expense.

1. "Can storied urn or animated bust,
Back to its mansion call the fleeting breath."

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ADDITIONAL SENTENCES,

In which the PRINCIPAL ELEMENTS are similar.

2. "Illuminated reason and regulated liberty shall once more exhibit man in the image of his Maker."

8. "The hunter's trail and the dark encampments startled the wild beasts from their lairs."

4. "Their names, their years, spelled by the unlettered muse,

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The place of fame and elegy supply."

"Thy praise

The widows' sighs and orphans' tears embalm."

6. "Hill and valley echo back their songs."

7. "Then Strife and Faction rule the day."

8. "And Pride and Avarice throng the way."

9. "Loose Revelry and Riot bold,

In freighted streets their orgies hold."

10. "Here Art and Commerce, with auspicious reign,

Once breathed sweet influence on the happy plain."

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In which the PRINCIPAL ELEMENTS are similar.

2. "He heard the King's command,

And saw that writing's truth."

3. "For misery stole me at my birth,

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And spreads us to the gaze of God and men."

5. "Now twilight lets her curtain down,

And pins it with a star."

6. "They fulfilled the great law of labor in the letter, but broke it in the spirit."

7. "Then weave the chaplet of flowers, and strew the beauties of Nature about the grave."

8. "He marks, and in heaven's register enrolls

The rise and progress of each option there."

1. "And the eyes of the sleeper waxed deadly and chill."

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PRINCIPAL The Subject.... "Eyes."

ELEMENTS. The Predicate, . "Waxed deadly and chill."

ADJUNCT Of the Subject," Of the sleeper," a Phrase. "The," a Word. ELEMENTS. Of the Predicate,

NOTE-The words “deadly” and “chill” describe "eyes,” and are therefore ADJECTIVES; but they describe by making (in connection with waxed") an assertion. Hence they are ADJECTIVES IN PREDICATION-they constitute a part of the Predicate.

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ADDITIONAL SENTENCES,

Having Adjectives or Participles in Predicate.

Age is dark and unlovely.”

8. "Bloodless are these limbs and cold."

4. "Now, therefore, be not grieved nor angry with yourselves."

5. "I am perplexed and confounded."

6. "They became agitated and restless."

7. "Rude am I in speech, and little blest
With the set phrase of peace."

8. "What bark is plunging mid the billowy strife,

And dashing madly on to fearful doom."

9. "The wares of the merchant are spread abroad in the shops, or stored in the high-piled warehouses."

10. "How finely diversified, and how multiplied into many thousand distinct exercises, is the attention of God!"

11. "Contentment is serious but not grave."

12. "The promises of Hope are sweeter than roses in the bud, and far more flattering to expectation."

13. "For cold and stiff and still are they

Who wrought thy walls annoy"

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