Colloquial and Grammatical Exercises: Intended to Impart to the Student Both a Theoretical and Practical Knowledge of the French Language

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Perkins & Purves, 1846 - French language - 349 pages
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Page 126 - ... douze, 12 ; treize, 13 ; quatorze, 14; quinze, 15; seize, 16; dix-sept, 17; dix-huit, 18; dixneuf, 19; vingt, 20; vingt-et-un, 21; vingt-deux, 22; vingt-trois, 23 ; vingt-quatre, 24 ; vingt-cinq, 25 ; vingtsix, 26; vingt-sept, 27; vingt-huit, 28; vingt-neuf, 29; trente, 30; trente-et-un, 31; trente-deux, 32, &c.
Page 121 - Un (m), une (f), 1 ; deux, 2 ; trois, 3 ; quatre, 4; cinq, 5 ; six, 6; sept, 7; huit, 8; neuf...
Page 318 - Venir, to corne. venant. venu. *• être venu. étant venu. je viens, tu viens, il vient, nous venons, vous venez, ils viennent.
Page 161 - ... therefore, the indirect object of the verb. In the sentence, To pay him for it, if we ask the question, To pay for what? the answer is it, direct object. To pay for it TO whom? to him, the answer, is the indirect object. This being understood, we commend to the scholar's attention the following Jtri.K. When a verb has both a direct...
Page 165 - In speaking of the days of the month the French use the cardinal numbers, except for the first. It is the third...

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