"I thank you, Sir, in the name of my scholars! And proud am I to think there are SOME of them, at least, that are really ANXIOUS to learn."
"Very glad to hear it: and how do you make it out to be so?"
"Why, Sir, I know how hard they work--some of them, that is. Who should know better?"
Extract from the following speech a series of Syllogisms, or arguments having the form of Syllogisms: and test their correctness.
It is supposed to be spoken by a fond mother, in answer to a friend's cautious suggestion that she is