A German Reader for Beginners: Deutsches Lesebuch Für Anfänger. With Notes and Vocabulary

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Allyn and Bacon, 1889 - German language - 418 pages
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Page 303 - Ьгаф —, -деЬгофеп, the dash indicates that the prefix appears as a separate word, and the hyphen that the prefix is joined directly to the participle.
Page 296 - Europe from the east to the west, from the north to the south...
Page 133 - D lieb', fo lang bu lieben fannft! D lieb', fo lang bu lieben magft ! Фie ©tunbe fommt, bie ©tunbe fommt, 40 SBo bu an ©räbern fte^ft unb flagft.
Page 303 - VOCABULARY. In nouns, the genitive is indicated when it differs from the nominative. A dash ( — ) indicates that the plural is like the singular; "e, "er, that the stem has the umlaut in the plural, with these letters added.
Page 287 - Queen Louise (1776-1810) is one of the noblest women of history, wife of Frederick William III. of Prussia, and mother of Emperor William I. Page 147, 1. 19. mtt ©ntt ttCl'fiiljnt : not 'reconciled with God,' but 'with God's help and reconciled with one another.
Page 243 - SKouI: note the use of the definite article instead of the possessive pronoun where it is evident who the possessor is.
Page 258 - Lorelei rock on the right bank of the Rhine, between St. Goar and Oberwesel. The heading is not Heine's. Page 33, 1. 1. fottS 'is intended' by some one else than the poet, some power that influences him.

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