universal preceptor; or, General grammar of arts, sciences and useful knowledge

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Grammar may be divided into two species, universal and particular. UNIVERSAL GRAMMAR explains the principles which are common to all languages. PARTICULAR GRAMMAR applies those general principles to a particular language, modifying them according to its genius, and the established practice of the best speakers and writers by whom it is used.

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