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

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Allyn and Bacon, 1890 - German language - 118 pages
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Page 345 - 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 345 - 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.
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Page 302 - Lorelei rock on the right bank of the Rhine, between St. Goar and Oberwesel. The heading is not Heine's. Page 33, 1. 1. full: 'is intended' by some one else than the poet, some power that influences him.
Page 331 - 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. mit ©ott berfiibnt : not 'reconciled with God,' but ' with God's help and reconciled with one another.

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