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The Resource The grammatical concord, or, A table that exhibits, under the same point of view, the reciprocal correspondence of the variable parts of speech in the nine most useful European tongues : and which, by reducing the tenses of verbs to the same number, with general appellations suitable to each idiom, establishes a uniform mode of declining and conjugating : an arrangement resembling the plan for equalizing weights and measures, and the chief aim of which is to facilitate the study of languages, by Mr. Du Mitand

The grammatical concord, or, A table that exhibits, under the same point of view, the reciprocal correspondence of the variable parts of speech in the nine most useful European tongues : and which, by reducing the tenses of verbs to the same number, with general appellations suitable to each idiom, establishes a uniform mode of declining and conjugating : an arrangement resembling the plan for equalizing weights and measures, and the chief aim of which is to facilitate the study of languages, by Mr. Du Mitand

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The grammatical concord, or, A table that exhibits, under the same point of view, the reciprocal correspondence of the variable parts of speech in the nine most useful European tongues : and which, by reducing the tenses of verbs to the same number, with general appellations suitable to each idiom, establishes a uniform mode of declining and conjugating : an arrangement resembling the plan for equalizing weights and measures, and the chief aim of which is to facilitate the study of languages
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The grammatical concord, or, A table that exhibits, under the same point of view, the reciprocal correspondence of the variable parts of speech in the nine most useful European tongues
Title remainder
and which, by reducing the tenses of verbs to the same number, with general appellations suitable to each idiom, establishes a uniform mode of declining and conjugating : an arrangement resembling the plan for equalizing weights and measures, and the chief aim of which is to facilitate the study of languages
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by Mr. Du Mitand
Title variation
  • Grammatical concord
  • Table that exhibits the reciprocal correspondence of the variable parts of speech in the nine most useful European tongues
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eng
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The grammatical concord, or, A table that exhibits, under the same point of view, the reciprocal correspondence of the variable parts of speech in the nine most useful European tongues : and which, by reducing the tenses of verbs to the same number, with general appellations suitable to each idiom, establishes a uniform mode of declining and conjugating : an arrangement resembling the plan for equalizing weights and measures, and the chief aim of which is to facilitate the study of languages, by Mr. Du Mitand
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  • Table correlates article-, pronoun- and verb-forms between French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Dutch, Swedish, Danish and English
  • The only date on the piece comes in the text explaining the table, where the author refers to the Sept. 1787 issue of the English review as having favorably reviewed one of his prior grammar publications. However, neither the printer nor publisher of this piece appear to have published much before 1798, so the publication date for it is probably nearer to the late 1790s
Dimensions
56 x 76 cm.
Extent
1 sheet ([1] p.)
Note
Purchase, Susanne Schulz-Falster, 2000.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)46480487
  • ucoclc46480487
Label
The grammatical concord, or, A table that exhibits, under the same point of view, the reciprocal correspondence of the variable parts of speech in the nine most useful European tongues : and which, by reducing the tenses of verbs to the same number, with general appellations suitable to each idiom, establishes a uniform mode of declining and conjugating : an arrangement resembling the plan for equalizing weights and measures, and the chief aim of which is to facilitate the study of languages, by Mr. Du Mitand
Publication
Note
  • Table correlates article-, pronoun- and verb-forms between French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Dutch, Swedish, Danish and English
  • The only date on the piece comes in the text explaining the table, where the author refers to the Sept. 1787 issue of the English review as having favorably reviewed one of his prior grammar publications. However, neither the printer nor publisher of this piece appear to have published much before 1798, so the publication date for it is probably nearer to the late 1790s
Dimensions
56 x 76 cm.
Extent
1 sheet ([1] p.)
Note
Purchase, Susanne Schulz-Falster, 2000.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)46480487
  • ucoclc46480487

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