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A Complete Practical Grammar of the German Language: With Exercises in ...
Traugott Heinrich Weisse
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accented accusative adjectives ADVERBIAL EXPRESSIONS adverbs anš article or pronoun beffen beren biefe biefen clause compounds consonants construed dative declension declined definite article demonstrative dependent clause derivatives English euphonic farther fcin fein feminine nouns fern finb fommen ftnb gelobt gender genitive German German language given gute indefinite infinitive language Leading Remarks List list of consonants masc masculine meaning modified N-form neut nicbt nid)t nidjt Note numerals object occurs personal pronoun Plur plural possessive pronouns preceded prepositions pron proper names pupil referring relative pronoun S-DECLENSION Sect Section sentence separable prefixes shorter form Sing singular strong verbs substantively suffix Superlative syllable tenses terminations thing troin verbs vowel weak whilst words
Page 281 - Then Martha, as soon as she heard that Jesus was coming, went and met him ; but Mary sat still in the house.
Page ii - DUNCAN, New College, Edinburgh. I have just been perusing your classification of German nouns with intense delight; you have certainly succeeded in introducing lucid order into what had till now appeared to me a labyrinth of individualities, through the intricate mazes of which there...
Page 23 - AD (anno domini) in the year of our Lord. AM (anno mundi) in the •year of the world. Nb (nota bene) observe.
Page 209 - I gave (to) my friend the ring. (As to their position, see Section XXX, C). b. When a sentence, the verb of which expresses giving &c., is construed in the PASSIVE VOICE, the direct object in the accusative is changed into a nominative, the subject is expressed by tton...
Page 284 - Csesar sought them out in their own homes and subdued them in those memorable campaigns. By these means not only were the two great peninsulas of the Mediterranean and the adjacent islands and coasts upon which the Greek and Roman culture unfolded itself — for a long period, at least — secured against all danger from the interior of the European continent, but...