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Author: Thomas Sheridan
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To which is prefixed a rhetorical grammar. London : Printed for J. Dodsley. University of California Libraries.
To which is prefixed a rhetorical grammar.
By Thomas Sheridan, . Volume 1 of 2. by Thomas Sheridan (Author). ISBN-13: 978-1140753810. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.
This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. One Main Object of Which, Is, to Establish a Plain and Permanent Standard Pronunciation. To Which Is Prefixed a Rhetorical Grammar.
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One Main Object of Which, Is, to Establish a Plain And Permanent Standard Pronunciation. Sheridan, Thomas, 1719-1788. Cn. Authors: Sheridan, Thomas, 1719-1788.
One Main Object of Which, Is, to Establish a Plain and Permanent Standard of Pronunciation; To Which Is Prefixed a Rhetorical Grammar. Whether itwould not contribute much to promote the caufe of religion, if the fer vice of the church were always performed with propriety, and fermons delivered with due force? Book Details.
a standard of care) or interchangeability (. a standard measure).
Sheridan, the elocutionist, "is the first lexicographer who consistently respelled the entry words to indicate . Published by printed for J. Dodsley, London, 1780.
Sheridan, the elocutionist, "is the first lexicographer who consistently respelled the entry words to indicate pronunciation. Though the idea of respelling was not new -Johnson and earlier lexicographers had sometimes done it- it had been used only exceptionally and in systems that were relatively crude. Sheridan pronounced every word, even simple ones, indicated stress as well as sounds in his respellings, and gave greater attention to the hitherto neglected consonants than ever before.
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