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" And I would fain have any one name to me that tongue, that any one can learn or speak as he should do, by the rules of grammar. Languages were made not by rules or art, but by accident, and the common use of the people. And he that will speak them well,... "
The Iliad of Homer: With an Interlinear Translation, for the Use of Schools ... - Pągina 7
per Homer - 1888 - 367 pągines
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The Parents' Friend; Or Extracts from the Principal Works on ..., Volum 2

1803
...any one can learn or speak as he should do by rules of grammar. Languages were made not by rules or art, but by accident and the common use of the people....that speaks them well has no other rule but that, nor any thing to trust to but his memoiy, and the habit of speaking after the fashion, learned from those...
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The works of John Locke. To which is added the life of the author and a ...

John Locke - 1812
...one can learn or speak as he should do, by the rules of grammar. Languages were made not by rules or art, but by accident, and the common use of the people. And he that will speak them well, has no other rule but that : nor any thing to trust to but his memory, and the...
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The Works of John Locke, Volum 9

John Locke - 1823
...one can learn or speak as he should do, by the rules of grammar. Languages were made not by rules or art, but by accident, and the common use of the people. And he that will speak them well, has no other rule but that; nor any thing to trust to but his memory, and the...
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An Essay on a System of Classical Instruction: Combining the Methods of ...

1829 - 129 pągines
...the " rules of grammar. Languages were made not " by rules or art, but by accident, and the com" mon use of the people. And he that speaks " them well, has no other rule but that ; nor any " thing to trust to but his memory, and the habit " of speaking after the fashion learned from...
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Essays on School Keeping: Comprising Observations on the Qualifications of ...

Allison Wrifford - 1831 - 200 pągines
...one can learn or speak as he should do, by the rules of grammar. Languages were made not by rules or art, but by accident, and the common use of the people. And he that will speak them well, has no other rule but that; nor any thing to trust to but his memory, and the...
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American Annals of Education and Instruction, and Journal of ..., Volum 9

1839
...one can learn or speak as he should do, by the rules of grammar. Languages were made not by rules or art, but by accident, and the common use of the people. And he that will speak them well, has no other rule but that; nor anything to trust to but his memory, and the...
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A grammar, with a selection of dialogues ... in modern Arabic [by R.B.M ...

Robert Blair M. Binning - 1849
...I subjoin the opinion of the illustrious Locke on this subject. " Languages were made, not by rules of art, " but by accident, and the common use of the " people ; and he that will speak them well has " no other rule but that; nor any thing to trust "to but his memory, and the...
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A Manual of Natural Philosophy: Compiled from Various Sources and Designed ...

John Johnston - 1858 - 379 pągines
...against, but plainly for, this way of learning a language. The languages are only to be lenrrted by ROTE ; and he that speaks them well has no other rule but that." la teaching classes by oral dictation, these works present advantages that no others do.. ABSTRACTS...
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Pinnock's Improved Edition of Dr. Goldsmith's History of England: From the ...

Oliver Goldsmith, Caverhill, W. C. F, William Pinnock, William Cooke Taylor, Lovell - 1859 - 512 pągines
...against, but plainly for, this way of learning a language. The languages .are only to bo leaned by ROTE: and he that speaks them well has no other rule but that." In teaching classes by oral dictation, these works present advantages that no others do. ABSTRACTS...
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C. Sallustii Crispi Opera: Adapted to the Hamiltonian System by a Literal ...

Sallust, James Hamilton, Thomas Clark - 1860 - 309 pągines
...against, but plainly /or, this way of learning a language. The languages are only to he learnt/I by ROTE; and he that speaks them well has no other rule but that." la teaching classes by vral dictation, these works present advantages that no others do* ABSTRACTS...
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