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See my article in the Spectator HERE; and for the answers to the grammar test below, along with resulting correspondence, see HERE.
‘She is washing in boiling water yesterday’s washing in the washing machine that she uses for washing clothes.’
What parts of speech (including the grammatical part of any verb) are ‘boiling’ and each instance of ‘washing’?

Dear Mr Gwynne and Miss Gwynne,
Thank you very much for this past week, it has been invaluable. I am very grateful that you are saving my education. I have been looking at the classics courses available and they sound like a brilliant preparation for adulthood, as well as possibly being slightly enjoyable.
The Latin has also been wonderful and when I do not have anything to think about, I find myself reciting verbs.
Your grateful student,

Dear Mr Gwynne,
I apologise for writing to you; I am sure you are a very busy man who can do without people like me taking up your time. However, I felt I wanted to say “thank you” for writing such an easy to read book “Gwynne’s Latin”. I studied ( I use the word in its broadest possible sense) the language in the late 1940’s. Yes, I am an octogenarian so you probably think I am mentally unstable to re-study Latin. I was never very good at it but over the years have wanted to explore its secrets again. I have a lady friend who is much younger than me who has always shown an interest so we are going to study together. I am sure she will leave me streets behind. I tried the EUP “Teach Yourself Latin” but that was hopeless.
I went to school in Dorchester, Dorset and was very fortunate to have an Oxford Classics Scholar as my Latin master ( Mr Charles H Steemson) and another Oxford Classics Scholar as headmaster (Mr Ralph W Hill). At the end of term Steemson used to read to us from either “Caesar’s Gallic Wars” or Virgil’s “Aeneid”. What surprised us was he was reading from the Latin and translating. He never faltered.
Your first five chapters are fascinating; I think I learned more from them than I ever did at school. Thank you sir; one very satisfied customer.
Yours sincerely
Geoffrey Goss

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Dear Mr Gwynne and Miss Gwynne,
My daughter is so lucky to have you both in her learning life. She knows it too. Her world is opening up. Teenagers just operate with worrying, adolescent minds.
Starting today with Chloe energised her, and she enjoyed it.
Many thanks.
R. G.

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