Care has been taken to indicate all deviations from Classical usage, and occasional notes have been added on usages which are confined to, but common in Classical Greek. Some of the rules are illustrated by Latinl as well as by Greek examples. The student probably has some knowledge of Latin, and it is believed that these examples will help him to' remember the Greek rules either as parallels or contrasts. The section on English Grammar covers, as far as possible, the ground which is common to English, Latin, and Greek Grammar. Everything in it should be known by those who take up the study of any language, other than their own, before they begin that study.