Mary's Grammar: Interspersed with Stories and Intended for the Use of Children

Jane MARCET (1769 - 1858)

Mary's teacher has taxed her with the task of learning that most onerous of all parts of the English language: Grammar. Through stories and practical exercises, Mary's mother shows her that it's really not as hard as she thinks. Join us on this delightful journey as Mary learns her Grammar. - Summary by Jennifer Dallman

Genre(s): School

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Preface Jennifer Dallman
00:01:36
Play 01 Part the First: Nouns Jennifer Dallman
00:12:54
Play 02 Part the First: Pronouns Jennifer Dallman
00:12:06
Play 03 Part the First:Adjectives Jennifer Dallman
00:11:49
Play 04 Part the First: Articles Jennifer Dallman
00:14:26
Play 05 Part the First: Verbs Jennifer Dallman
00:26:35
Play 06 Part the First: Adverbs Jennifer Dallman
00:17:40
Play 07 Part the First: Prepositions Jennifer Dallman
00:05:28
Play 08 Part the First: Conjuctions Jennifer Dallman
00:05:57
Play 09 Part the First: Interjections Jennifer Dallman
00:10:39
Play 10 Part the Second: Nouns Jennifer Dallman
00:12:25
Play 11 Part the Second: Gender Jennifer Dallman
00:15:01
Play 12 Part the Second: Cases Jennifer Dallman
00:11:08
Play 13 Part the Second: Objective Case Jennifer Dallman
00:17:35
Play 14 Part the Second: Pronouns Jennifer Dallman
00:25:06
Play 15 Part the Second: Relative Pronouns Jennifer Dallman
00:05:31
Play 16 Part the Second: Demonstrative Pronouns Jennifer Dallman
00:23:26
Play 17 Part the Second: Verbs Jennifer Dallman
00:24:32
Play 18 Part the Second: Participles Jennifer Dallman
00:19:36
Play 19 Part the Second: Auxiliary Verbs Jennifer Dallman
00:44:16