English Language Foreign Words And Phrases Latin : Nomenclator classicus, sive, Dictionariolum trilingue, secundùm locos communes, nominibus usitatioribus Anglicis, Latinis, Graecis, ordine [paralleloz] dispositis = A classical nomenclator with the gender and declension of each word and the quantities of the syllables / by John Ray ... ; to which are added paradigmata of all the declensions, as well Greek as Latin, with a century of proverbs, and a collection of modest jests in English, Latin and Greek ...; Ray, John,
English Language Foreign Words And Phrases Maori : Austral English : a dictionary of Australasian words, phrases and usages, with those aboriginal-Australian and Maori words which have become incorporated in the language and the commoner scientific words that have had their origin in Australasia.; Morris, Edward Ellis.
English Language Grammar 1500 1799 Early Works To 1800 : A new, plain, short, and compleat French and English grammar : whereby the learner may attain in few months to speak and write French correctly, as they do now in the court of France. And wherein all that is dark, superfluous, and deficient in other grammars is plain, short, and methodically supplied. Also very useful to strangers that are desirous to learn the English tongue, for whose sake is added a short but very exact English grammar. / By Peter Berault.; Bérault, Peter.
English Language Grammar 1500 1800 : The posing of the parts, or, A most plain and easie way of examining the accidence and grammar, by questions and answers, arrising directly out of the words of the rules : whereby all scholars may attain most speedily to the perfect learning, full understanding, and right use thereof for their happy proceeding in the Latine tongue. Gathered purposely for the benefit of schools, and for the use and delight of masters and scholars.; Brinsley, John,
English Language Grammar Early Modern 1500 1799 Textbooks Early Wor : The school-masters auxiliaries, to remove the barbarians siege from Athens; advanced under two guides. : The first, leading by rule and reason to read and write English dexterously. The second, asserting the Latine tongue in prose and verse, to its just inlargement, splendor, and elegancy. / The industry of neer thirty years by R.L.; Lloyd, Richard,
English Language Grammar Textbooks : Sententiae pueriles, translated grammatically : leading the learner, as by the hand, to construe right, parse, make and proove the same Latin, also to gette both the matter and phrase contained therein, most speedily and surely without inconvenience / don for the benefit of all grammar-schools, chiefly in ruder countries and places ; the vse heerof you shall see ... ; try according to the direction following ...; Brinsley, John,