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" German. After six months' close application, I can venture to pronounce that by his Method alone, so far as I have been able to understand the subject, can this very difficult but very charming language, be taught without confusion. To those, who, like... "
Introductory book to Ollendorff's New method of learning to read, write, and ... - Page xii
by Heinrich Godefroy Ollendorff - 1855
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Schloss Hainfeld; Or, A Winter in Lower Styria

Basil Hall - Styria (Austria) - 1836 - 348 pages
...Rue Vivenne." six months' close application, I can venture to pronounce that by his method alone, so far as I have been able to understand the subject,...without effort, such a method is quite invaluable. 13y it the scholar advances step by step, understands clearly and thoroughly every thing he reads,...
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The Foreign quarterly review [ed. by J.G. Cochrane].

John George Cochrane - 1838
...deserves the title of Euclid of the German. After six months close application by this method alone, can this very difficult, but very charming language, be taught without confusion. Such a method is quite invaluable. By it the scholar advances step by step. The opinion of Captain...
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Whittaker's improved edition of Valpy's Gradus ad Parnassum [publ. by A.J ...

Parnassus, Abraham John Valpy, Whittaker and co - 1844
...venture to pronounce, that by M. OllendortTs Method alone, so far as I have been able to understand thé subject, can this very difficult, but very charming language, be taught without confusion. By it the scholar advances step by step, understands clearly and thoroughly everything he reads, and...
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The Foreign Quarterly Review, Volumes 20-21

Theodore Foster - Books - 1838
...deserves the title of Euclid of the German. After six months close application by this method alone, can this very difficult, but very charming language, be taught without confusion. Such a method is quite invaluable. By it the scholar advances step by step. The opinion of Captain...
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