A Key to the Exercises in Ollendorff's New Method of Learning to Read, Write, and Speak the French Language (Google eBook)

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D. Appleton & Company, 1851 - 291 pages
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Page 191 - endeavor has also been made to make it acceptable to those of more advanced age. IN PREPARATION. A NEW DICTIONARY OF THE FRENCH AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES. PART I. FRENCH AND ENGLISH. | PART II. ENGLISH AND FRENCH. Based on the recent Dictionary of A. SPIERS, with many valuable Addition! and Improvements. On*
Page 183 - faut adorer le grand Dieu, qui est le Créateur du ciel et de la terre, et non pas une si vilaine bête." Ce discours irrita tous les sauvages : ils attachèrent Jean et sa sœur à des arbres, et se préparaient à les brûler, lorsqu'on leur apprit qu'un grand nombre de leurs ennemis venaient d'aborder dans l'île.
Page 190 - 22 THE CLASSIC FRENCH READER, FOR ADVANCED STUDENTS; OR, BEAUTIES OF THE FRENCH WRITERS, ANCIENT AND MODERN BY ALAIN DE FIVAS. With a \ ocabulary, French and English, of all the "Vords and Idioms contained in the Work. By JL JEWETT. One Volume, 12mo. of 390 pages. Price
Page 191 - the use of schools, the author has borne in mind, that many of the learners of French are adults, therefore, while it is adapted for youthful students, m endeavor has also been made to make it acceptable to those of more advanced age. IN PREPARATION. A NEW DICTIONARY OF THE FRENCH AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES. PART I. FRENCH AND ENGLISH. | PART
Page 183 - Je ne les ai pas," lui dit-elle ; " mais je vais chercher mon frère qui les garde, et il vous les montrera." En même temps elle sortit, et revint bientôt après avec Jean, qui apporta ces deux livres. L'homme blanc les ouvrit avec émotion, et ayant lu sur le premier feuillet
Page 191 - Fables, Select Tales, Remarkable Facts, Amusing Anecdotes, etc. WITH A DICTIONARY OF ALL THE WORDS TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH. By ALAIN DE FIVAS, Member of several Literary Societies. One neat volume, 12mo. Price 50 cents. This work has passed through several editions in England, and rapidly found its way as a class-book into
Page 191 - most eminent public and private seminaries. The pieces contained in this volume comprehend a great variety of subjects, and are generally of a lively and familiar style, the phrases will serve as elements of conversation, and enable ihe student
Page 172 - a fait naufrage en allant en Amérique.—Racontez-moi donc cela.—Trèsvolontiers. Comme on était en pleine mer il survint une grande tempête. La foudre tomba sur le vaisseau et le mit en feu. L'équipage se jeta dans la mer, pour se sauver à la nage. Mon frère ne savait quel parti prendre, n'ayant jamais appris à nager
Page 191 - facility other French books. The explanatory words are placed at the end of the book, instead of at the foot of the page; by this method learners will derive considerable benefit. In the Dictionary at the end, is given the meaning of every word contained in the book. Though this work is designedly fir the use of schools, the author has borne in mind,
Page 184 - Laissezmoi faire," dit Marie ; " je sais un moyen infaillible de vous sauver." Elle sortit en finissant ces paroles et alla trouver le roi Lorsqu'elle fut entrée dans sa cabane, elle se jeta à ses pieds et lui dit : " Seigneur, j'ai une grande grâce à vous demander voulez-vous me promettre de me l'accorder ?"

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