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" Every thing in it may be said to be regulated with a geometrical precision, and displays much art with great simplicity, and a connection so well ordered and unvarying in its grammatical rules, which always make the subsequent depend upon the antecedent,... "
The Geographical, Natural and Civil History of Chili: The civil history of Chili - Page 6
by Giovanni Ignazio Molina, Alonso de Ercilla y Ziga, Richard Alsop, William Hayley - 1809
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The geographical, natural and civil history of Chili, tr. by an American ...

Juan Bautista Ignacio Molina - History - 1808
...the opinion of those well acquainted with it, a complete dictionary thereof would require more than one large volume ; for, besides the radical words,...grammatical rules, which always make the subsequent depend upon its antecedent, that the theory of the language is easy, and may be readily learned in a few days....
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Geographical, natural, and civil history of Chili, Volume 2

J. Ignatius Molina - Foreign Language Study - 1809
...to conversation. But what is truly surprising in this language is that it contains no irregular veib or noun. Every thing in it may be said to be regulated...grammatical rules, which always make the subsequent depend upon its antecedent, that the theory of the language is easy, and may be readily learned in a few days....
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1832
...American languages is not the least curious of their peculiarities. Molina says of that of Chili " What is truly surprising in this language is, that...grammatical rules, which always make the subsequent depend upon the antecedent, that the theory of the language is easy and may be learned in a few days." Vol....
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The Prix Volney: Volume II: Early Nineteenth-Century Contributions to ...

Joan Leopold - Foreign Language Study - 1999 - 340 pages
The Prix Volney Essay Series analyzes and reproduces, often for the first time, essays submitted for this most prestigious of linguistic prizes, awarded since 1822 by the ...
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Proceedings, American Philosophical Society (vol. 142, no. 1, 1998)

..."savage languages" lacked an elaborate series of numerals and a vocabulary for "metaphysical ideas." contains no irregular verb or noun." Every thing in...grammatical rules, which always make the subsequent depend upon the antecedent, that the theory of the language is easy and may be learned in a few days (. ....
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