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Made masculine by the addition of an ending: widow, widower. Gender is sometimes indicated by adding or prefixing a noun or a pronoun 4. : salesman, saleswoman landlord, landlady manservant, maidservant he-wolf, she-wolf bride, bridegroom. ; ; ; 5. Some ; names are applied Christian proper only, others to women William, Thomas, only Henry : ; Mary, Ruth, Edith. to men NOUNS NUMBER 37 EXERCISE 26 Write the corresponding gender forms of the following nouns witch Joseph bull master baron actor host brother deaconess sorcerer doe lion wife vixen : ENGLISH GRAMMAR 38 (a) Many nouns leaves leaf, ending in / or fe change the wives thieves thief, wife, ; ; v /to : shelf, ; shelves.

The predicate verb of a sentence be a word or a may phrase: You You When when 15. it worked hard. You have worked hard. have been working hard. a predicate contains only one verb, it is simple contains more than one verb, it is compound. The following is ; an easy method of showing the analysis of a sentence: 1. (All) (the) 2. I /asked boys (of the class) / helped (willingly). \, (the) leader (repeatedly) \ what he wanted and what he had done, (our) (best) friend. 3. (This) (industrious) 4. What man / is/' he did / interested (very much).

7. The difficulties to be overcome by the first settlers of this province were greater than the us so much. little annoyances, which trouble CLAUSES 25 That you have wrong'd me doth appear in this. SHAKESPEARE, Julius Ccesar. 8. He is as bold as a lion. He saw that, though there was g. 10. east, the night was still a glimmer of light in the so dark that nothing could be at- tempted. The boys in Mr. Mclntosh's charge were so anxious to he was compelled to prevent them from studying 11. learn, that too much.

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