A Grammar of the French Tongue: With a Preface, Containing an Essay on the Proper Method of Teaching and Learning that Language ...

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D. Cock & Company, 1812 - French language - 466 pages
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Page 465 - A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language: in which, Not only the Meaning of every Word is clearly explained, and the Sound of every Syllable...
Page 465 - Universal biography; containing a copious account, critical and historical, of the life and character, labours and actions, of eminent persons in all ages and countries, conditions and professions; arranged in alphabetical order.
Page 121 - Fem. le mien la mienne les miens les miennes mine le tien la tienne les tiens les tiennes thine le sien la sienne les siens les siennes his, hers...
Page 127 - ... the seventh the eighth the ninth the tenth the eleventh the twelfth the thirteenth the fourteenth the fifteenth the sixteenth the seventeenth the eighteenth the nineteenth the twentieth the twenty-first the twenty-second...
Page 464 - Signification of \Vords, with their different Uses ; the Constructions, Forms of Speech, Idioms, and Proverbs used in both Languages ; the Terms of Arts, Sciences, and Trades. The whole extracted from the best Writers. A new Edition carefully corrected, and very considerably enlarged, in two large Volumes 4to.
Page 200 - Une fois , once. Deux fois , twice. Trois fois , thrice or three times. * Quatre fois , {V.four ti mes , Sic.
Page 352 - It is nliont four or five leagues distant. \Mhly, d, before an infinitive, most commonly denotes what is proper to be done, the merit or demerit of persons and things, their seeming capacity, aptitude, fitness, and disposition, turn, or...
Page 294 - You will never be respected unless you forsake (abandonar) the bad company you keep. — You cannot finish your work to-night, unless I help you. — I will explain to you every difficulty, that you may not be disheartened (desanimar) in your undertaking...
Page 54 - ... or at the end of a sentence, or before a word beginning with a consonant or h aspirated.

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