Excerpt from The Principles of Grammar: Being a Compendious Treatise on the Languages, English, Latin, Greek, German, Spanish, and French; Founded on the Immutable Principle of the Relation Which One Word Sustains to Another
The difficulties usually attending the study of lan... guage, which tire and dis st so many, are to be ascribed far more to the im proper mo e of teaching than to any thing intrinsic; but it pursued in the manner laid down in Professor Barrett's work, it becomes extremely simple, easy, and perfectly intelligible. If teachers will burn their grammars, and permit their students to study language, we think some progress will be made.
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