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" When it is deemed aspirate, (i it only communicates to the vowel the properties of a consonant ; that is to say : if the preceding word end with a vowel, that vowel is never suppressed ; if it end with a consonant, that consonant is never ccnnectc-d with... "
An explanatory pronouncing dictionary of the French language, (in French and ... - Page 25
by Tardy - 1799 - 44 pages
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Boyer's French Dictionary: Comprising All the Additions and Improvements of ...

Abel Boyer - English language - 1833 - 530 pages
...seldom, and ought never to be final in French. It has no articulation. When it is deemed aspirate, " it only communicates to the vowel the properties of...say : if the preceding word end with a vowel, that Towel is never suppressed ; if it end with a coawnant, that consonant is never ronnorted with the vowel...
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Boyer's French Dictionary

Abel Boyer - English language - 1849
...articulation. When it is deemed aspirate, " it only communicates to the vowel the properties of a cons» nanti that is to say: if the preceding word end with a vowel,...vowel is never suppressed; if it end with a consonant, i hat consonant is never connected with the vowel which follows To this is confined all the effect...
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Lond. &c., 1856, cm.18. The French language simplified

Louis Nottelle - 1856
...aspiration heard. " When it is called aspirated it only communicates to the following vowel the property of a consonant ; that is to say if the preceding word...if it end with a consonant, that consonant is never connected with the vowel that follows. To this is confined all the effect of the aspirated H." —...
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Easy French lessons for beginners

Louis Nottelle - 1867
...aspiration heard. " When it is called aspirated, it only communicates to the following vowel the property of a consonant ; that is to say, if the preceding...if it end with a consonant, that consonant is never connected with the vowel that follows. To this is confined all the effect of the aspirated H." —...
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