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" Grammar and Syntax are a collection of laws and rules. Rules are gathered from practice ; they are the results of induction to which we come by long observation and comparison of facts. It is, in fine, 5* the science, the philosophy of language. "
The Massachusetts Teacher - Page 141
1864
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The Journal of Education for Upper Canada, Volumes 7-8

1854 - 406 pages
...affirmed, that grammar is not the stepping-stone, but the finishing instrument." As Mr. Wyset argues : — "Grammar and Syntax are a collection of laws and rules....comparison of facts. It is, in fine, the science, the plilosophy of language. In following the process of nature, neither individuals nor nations ever arrive...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 13

Henry Barnard - 1863 - 904 pages
...affirmed that grammar is not the stepping-stone, but the finishing instrument." As Mr. Wyse argues: — " Grammar and Syntax are a collection of laws and rules....come by long observation and comparison of facts. INTRODUCTION OP NEW METHOD. 2. Alter long ages of blindness men are at last seeing that the spontaneous...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 13

Henry Barnard - 1863 - 898 pages
...affirmed that grammar is not the stepping-stone, but the finishing instrument." As Mr. Wyse argues: — "Grammar and Syntax are a collection of laws and rules....come by long observation and comparison of facts. INTRODUCTION OF JJEW METHOD. 2. After long ages of blindness men are at last seeing that the spontaneous...
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A Manual of Information and Suggestions for Object Lessons, in a Course of ...

Marcius Willson - 1863 - 356 pages
...affirmed that grammar is not the stepping-stone, but the finishing instrument." Mr. Wyse argues : " Grammar and syntax are a collection of laws and rules....are gathered from practice ; they are the results of instruction, to which we come by long observation and comparison of facts. It is, in fine, the science,...
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City Documents: Municipal Register, Mayor's Address, Annual Reports, Etc

New Bedford (Mass.) - 1867 - 204 pages
...the stepping-stone but the finishing instrument." Another prominent English Educator sensibly writes, "Grammar and Syntax are a collection of laws and rules....following the process of nature neither individuals aior nations ever arrive at the science first. A language is spoken and poetry written before either...
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English Pedagogy: Education, the School, and the Teacher in English Literature

Henry Barnard - 1876 - 524 pages
...affirmed that grammar is not the stepping-stone, bat the finishing instrument." As Mr. Wyse argues: — " Grammar and Syntax are a collection of laws and rules....come by long observation and comparison of facts. INTRODUCTION OF NEW Ml.l 1Ion. 2. After long ages of blindness men are at last seeing that the spontaneous...
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Manuals of the science and art of teaching. Advanced ser

Manuals - 1879 - 70 pages
...language was spoken and grammar was derived from it as spoken. ' Grammar and syntax,' says Mr. Wyse, ' are a collection of laws and rules. Rules are gathered...long observation and comparison of facts. It is, in fact, the science, the philosophy of language. In following the process of nature, neither individuals...
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The teacher's manual of the science and art of teaching

Teacher - 1879 - 582 pages
...language was spoken and grammar was derived from it as spoken. ' Grammar and syntax,' says Mr. Wyse, ' are a collection of laws and rules. Rules are gathered...long observation and comparison of facts. It is, in fact, the science, the philosophy of language. In following the process of nature, neither individuals...
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The Ohio Educational Monthly and the National Teacher: A Journal ..., Volume 29

1880 - 472 pages
...hesitation be affirmed that grammar is not the stepping-stone, but the finishing instrument, etc." *' Rules are gathered from practice, they are the results...come by long observation and comparison of facts." " But all the changes taking place, the most significant is the growing desire to make the acquirement...
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The Ohio Educational Monthly and the National Teacher: A Journal ..., Volume 41

1892 - 750 pages
...and syntax are a collection of laws and rules. Kules are gathered from practice; they are the result of induction to which we come by long observation and comparison of facts. * * * A language is spoken, and poetry written many years before either a grammar or prosody is even...
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