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3emanb 3emanben accusative adjective adverbs auxiliary baben biefe biefer compound verbs conjugated conjunction connection consonant dative declension declined definite article denotes employed English express fagt fann feinen fetn fie werben fiir finb fommen fortgegangen frequently freuen gefallen gefatten gefreut gelobt worben gender genitive German language gewefen fein geworben greunb idea if)r iiber imperative imperfect imperfect tense impersonal verbs indefinite indicative indirect object Infinitive inflection intransitive verbs Ioben meaning mood neuter nid)t noun omitted passive voice Perf perfect participle personal pronoun phrase Pluperfect plural praised preceded predicate prefix preposition Prepositions governing present participle real local sense relative pronoun root rule SBater Second Future signifies Singular Sluf Sruber stands subjunctive subjunctive mood subordinate sentence substantive superlative syllable tion tive Ueber vowel waren werbe werben gelobt wirb worben fein words wurbe
Page 83 - C, take in the second and third person singular of the present indicative, and...
Page 115 - Some of the prepositions are frequently contracted with the last letter of the definite article into one word. They are : an tern into am an tae into one bei tern " beim auf baŠ " auf* in tern
Page 74 - With all intransitive verbs, which express change or transition of their subject from one condition into another, or motion from one place to another...
Page 157 - Also the negations of these adjectives, with the prefix un, as : unetngebenf, unfafyig, ttngettnfj, ungetoo^nt, &c., and the participles of all those verbs which govern the object in the genitive case when these participles are used as adjectives (see ß 196 and 201), such as: angefiagt, beraufct, ent* laffen, &c. Thus we say : tea 33erbred)en3 angetlagt ; bet £ulfe fcebiirfttg ; frofy be* $etls ; fetner Sinter betautt ; tin beg gtiigten 8cte
Page 42 - Proper nouns can be used in the plural only — 1. When the same noun is common to several individuals : fctC Sett fcer .^CtnricfK, the time of the government of the emperor* named Henry; &o.
Page 161 - The dative case governed by adjectives or adverbs, expresses inclination, vicinity, union, conformity, harmony, assistance; or, the contrary, aversion, distance, disunion, &c. (unquestionably again, a personal reference) : 3d) bin Tir gut.
Page 153 - Some verbs are construed with two accusatives in the active voice, while in the passive voice they have two nominatives (see...
Page 106 - ... a. figurative meaning have the secondary accent on the prefix and the primary accent on the verb.* Such are — SEPARABLE.