This interesting book contains a detailed teaching guide on the topic of English Grammar. It has been the aim of the authors to make this book both logical and psychological. The general plan is based on the fundamental conception that the sentence is the unit of language, and that the scientific study of language should begin with the unit, and branch off into subsequent areas of study starting with the subject and predicate, and moving on to the more advanced topics such as modifiers and clauses. A great text for anyone with an interest in improving their grammar, this detailed treatise contains a wealth of information rarely seen in modern grammar books. The chapters of this book include: Sentence, Subject and Predicate, Parts of Speech, Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives, Adverbs, Prepositional Phrases, Sentences and Clauses, Conjunctions, Verbs, et cetera. This rare book has been elected for modern republication due to its immense educational value, and is proudly republished here complete with anew introduction to the subject.