Which preposition to use with grammar

of Occurrences 218%

" The Colonel went up to bed, leaving the Boy to go to Father Richmond's room to look at his Grammar of the Indian language.

for Occurrences 52%

Fine grammar for a governess.

in Occurrences 49%

The train rushed on; a girl was eating peanuts behind her, and a boy was studying his Latin Grammar in front of her.

with Occurrences 20%

; "The Decoy," an English Grammar with Cuts; 12mo, pp. 33: New York, S. Wood & Sons, 1820.

by Occurrences 17%

The transition to the new school of grammarians was made in 1792, by the publication of a Greek Grammar by Philip Buttmann, which, in the greatly improved form which it afterwards received from his hands, is familiar to all Greek scholars.

to Occurrences 12%

He wrote in Latin on a vast range of subjects, from the Scriptures to natural science, and from grammar to history.

on Occurrences 11%

PALENZUELA'S new Grammar on the Ollendorff System, for Spaniards to Learn English.

from Occurrences 10%

Then he borrowed an old copy of Adam's Latin Grammar from Dr. Greenfield, and committed the rules to memory without a teacher.

at Occurrences 8%

He took his grammar at sixty, which is a good age for one to begin this most interesting study, as by the time you have reached that age you have largely lost your capacity to sin.

as Occurrences 6%

And upon Mr. Langton's mentioning that he had taken the pains to learn by heart the Epistle of St. Basil, which is given in that Grammar as a praxis, "Sir, (said he,) I never made such an effort to attain Greek.

than Occurrences 5%

But it is due to truth, to correct erroneous impressions; and, in order to obtain from some an impartial examination of the following pages, it seemed necessary first to convince them, that it is possible to compose a better grammar than Murray's, without being particularly indebted to him.

without Occurrences 4%

And if such things are too hard for children, then grammar is too hard; for there neither is, nor can be, any grammar without them.

into Occurrences 4%

He very formally translates the Latin Grammar into English (as so many had done before him) and fancies he has written an English Grammar; and divines applaud, and schoolmasters usher him into the polite world, and English scholars carry on the jest, while Horne Tooke's genuine anatomy of our native tongue is laid on the shelf.

under Occurrences 3%

Boy: polite and gentlemanly in mannerbrown hair neatly smoothed and partedEton suit, clean white collar, boots well polishedLatin grammar under arm" He stopped.

before Occurrences 3%

Thus we were sitting one morning with our summing-slates and grammars before us when the door in the screen opens and Mr. Maskew enters.

after Occurrences 2%

These are as welcome as the brightness of newly minted coin to the eye which, in consulting grammar after grammar, has been condemned to meet under corresponding rules always the same examples, till they begin to produce that effect upon the nerves which all have experienced at the mention of the deadly upas-tree, or the imminence of the dissolution of the Union.

over Occurrences 2%

"Many and various great advantages of this grammar over others, might be enumerated."Greenleaf cor.

thanthanthan Occurrences 1%

"Will you be more careful of your grammar or shall I speak to you again?" "Well, I'd rather use bad grammar thanthanthan" she looked resentfully at her mother, her father.

down Occurrences 1%

"Johnson, and Blair, and Lowth, would have been laughed at, had they essayed to thrust any thing like our modernized philosophical grammar down the throats of their cotemporaries."Ib., p. 143.

among Occurrences 1%

Our author tells us that he found his discovery on Grammar among a number of papers on other subjects, which he had thrown aside and forgotten.

out Occurrences 1%

I'll teach him," growled Pietrie, and jumping up, he belabored Wright's head with the Latin grammar out of which he had just been cribbing.

Which preposition to use with  grammar