The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 26
II. Adjuncts to these two Radical Elements—the Adjective and Adverb
II. Adjuncts to these two Radical Elements—the Adjective and Adverb.
The next stage is the adding of adjuncts to these two chief parts of the sentence—the extending the idea of each by the addition of explanatory words.
1. Extension to Noun—as green, square, large, &c.
Give name and simple definition of adjective.
Make sentences orally, and on board and slate, with this new element.
2. Extension to Verb.—Show how similar explanations can be added to the second part or verb.
Give name and simple definition of adverb.
Make sentences with new element in same way.