Language Lessons

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Atkinson, Mentzer & Grover, 1906 - 279 ˹
 

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A Review Use of Capital Letters in Writing Ti tles of Respect A Boy Who Liked to Play
13
The Use of the Period Following Abbreviations and Initial Letters Abbreviations and Initial Letters
15
A Review Happy Tirnes
17
Lesson The Use of Capital Letters in Writing Titles
19
Written Exercise What We Played
20
Use of Capital Letters in Writing Poetry White Butterflies
21
The Use of the Hyphen Compound Words
23
An Oral Review An Unexpected Visitor
25
A Written Lesson Observations
27
A Story to be Read and Told Robert Bruce and the Spider
29
Lesson An Oral Exercise A Humble Balloonist 20
31
A Lesson in Written Expression No thorough fare
34
Lesson Contractions The MilkWeed Babies 22
35
The Oral Expression of Observations Weeds
37
Use of Capital Letters in Writing the Names
43
How to Write the Words I and O The Little
50
Reading and Oral Expression of Observations
56
An Exercise in Writing Paragraphs The Squir
62
How to Write the Name of a Thing Personified
69
The Quotation The Town Mouse and the Coun try Mouse
76
An Exercise in Composition The Bonfire
79
The Broken Quotation Preparing for Winter
82
An Exercise in Using Direct Quotations A JackoLantern
85
A Review A Nutting Song
87
The Use of Is and Are Going Nutting
89
A Talk About a Picture A Good Pasture
92
The Use of Was and Were A Tree Umbrella
94
The Use of Has and Have The Forest I Like
95
An Exercise in Composition At the Hearth
97
An Oral Exercise November
99
The Words Do Does Dont and Doesnt Karl
101
Oral and Written Review Wynken Blynken and Nod
103

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