A Grammar of the German Language

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J.B. Lippincott & Company, 1864 - German language - 236 pages
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Page 83 - C, take in the second and third person singular of the present indicative, and...
Page 54 - The article agrees in gender, number, and case, with the noun to which it...
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.
Page 155 - These two forms may be employed in all cases in •which the governed word is the attribute of...

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