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" Cafcett, to have, fein, to be, and nxrben, to become. These verbs, though chiefly employed as auxiliaries, are often themselves in the condition of principal verbs. In that case, they aid one another in the formation of the compound tenses. A glance at... "
A New Method of Learning the German Language: Embracing Both the Analytic ... - Page 325
by W. H. Woodbury - 1852 - 504 pages
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A New Method of Learning the German Language: Embracing Both the Analytic ...

W. H. Woodbury - German language - 1850 - 528 pages
...without which no complete conjugation can be formed. They are tyattn, to have, fcin, to be, and toerbm, to become. These verbs, though chiefly employed as auxiliaries, are often themselves hi the condition of principal verbs. In that case, they aid one another in the formation of the compound...
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A New Method of Learning the German Language: Embracing Both the Analytic ...

W. H. Woodbury - 1855
...which no complete conjugation can be formed. They are байт, to have, fein, to be, and teerbeit, to become. These verbs, though chiefly employed as...(3) As auxiliaries, these three verbs enter into the compcsit'on of the compound tens.es, active and passive, of all classes of verb». (4) 4? ab en is...
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Elements of the German Language: A Practical Manual for Acquiring the Art of ...

Theodore Soden - German language - 1856 - 319 pages
...conditional of the active voice, but in the past participle, to form the passive voice. 17 These three verbs, though chiefly employed as auxiliaries, are...often themselves in the condition of principal verbs: fein to be, signifying "to exist," Ijaben to have, signifying "to possess," toerben, signifying "to...
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The popular educator, Volume 3

Popular educator - 1860
...haec. ftin. tn be, and ntrrnt, to become. These verbs, though rim-fly employed as auxiliaries, aro often themselves in the condition of principal verbs....one another in the formation of the compound tenses, as may be seen in the paradigms (3) As auxiliaries, these t'.iroc verbs enter into the composition...
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A new method of learning the German language: embracing both the analytic ...

W. H. Woodbury - English language - 1868 - 523 pages
...without which no complete conjugation can be formed. They are fyaben, to have, fein, to be, and fterben, to become. These verbs, though chiefly employed as...condition of principal verbs. In that case, they aid one anotfier in the formation of the compound tenses. A glance at the paradigms will show, how this is...
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The popular educator

Popular educator - 1880
...completo conjugation can bo formed. They arc, baben, to hart ; fein, to be; and werten, to become. Theso verbs, though chiefly employed as auxiliaries, are...condition of principal verbs. In that case, they aid one anotlier in the formation of the. compound tenses, as may be seen in the paradigms. (3.) As auxiliaries,...
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The popular educator

Popular educator - 1884
...which no complete conjugation can be formed. They are, Ijaben, to have ; fein, to be; and tuerten, to become. These verbs, though chiefly employed as...condition of principal verbs. In that case, they aid one anotlier in the formation of the compound tenses, аз may be seen in the paradigms. (3.) As auxiliaries,...
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