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Context of The english scholar compleat : containing, I. An English grammar, or rather Accidence, treating of the Parts of English Speech, and what belongs to them, which is the meaning of the Word Accidence. II. A Catalogue of all the chief Latin Roots from whence English-Latin Words are derived. III. An Explanation of such Words; every Derivative being set under its respective Root or Primitive; whereby is seen not only what the Word sigfies, but why it signifies so and so, or the Reason of its Signification; with Helps to pronounce them right, by Marks on the sounding Syllables. IV. Several select Latin Sentences, met oft-times in English Writers unexplain'd, made English. V. An History of select Proper Names. VI. An English Rhetorick. Vii. A catalogue of all such Greek roots, as Greek-English words are derived from, with the Explanation of them; as also of all significant Words of common Use in our Language, deriv'd from other Tongues, as Saxon, French, Italian, Spanish, &c. Compos'd for the use of an English school, at the Cock and Swan in Cannon-Street: And very Useful for most People under Academics. With a Letter in Latin to all Latin-Masters, Recommending it to the Use of several in their Schools
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