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Page 39 - Un, deux, trois, quatre, cinq, six, sept, huit, neuf, dix, onze, douze, Treize, quatorze, quinze, seize, dix-sept, dix-huit, dix-neuf, vingt.
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Page 41 - All provisions of sections eighty-eight, eightynine, ninety, ninety-one, ninety-two, ninety-three, ninety-four, ninety-five, ninety-six, ninety-seven, ninety-eight, ninety-nine, one hundred, one hundred and one...
Page 156 - With this method you buy a professor outright. You own him. He speaks as you choose, slowly or quickly; when you choose, night or day; for a few minutes or hours at a time. Any one can learn a...
Page 156 - The method has been recommended by well-known members of the faculties of the following universities and colleges: Yale, Columbia, Chicago, Brown, Pennsylvania, Boston, Princeton, Cornell, Syracuse, Minnesota, Johns Hopkins, Virginia, Colorado, Michigan, Fordham, Manhattan, De La Salle, St.
Page 10 - It is most important to remember that the accentuation falls over the last syllable of the word (or clause), or (when the last syllable is mute) upon the one before the last as: bateau (bà-tô') boat; navire (nà-vë'r).
Page 40 - Dix-neuf Vingt Vingt-et un Vingt-deux Vingt-trois Vingt-quatre Vingt-cinq Vingt-six Vingt-sept Vingt-huit Vingt-neuf Trente Trente-et un Trente-deux Quarante Quarante-et un Quarante-deux, etc.
Page 13 - H is silent when vowels can be elided before it and consonants carried over to it.