Graded German Lessons ...

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Ginn & Company, 1889
 

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Page 212 - And a wild song singeth she ; That melts the heart with a wondrous And powerful melody. The boatman feels his bosom With a nameless longing move, He sees not the...
Page 212 - And she combs her golden hair. With a golden comb she combs it, And a wild song singeth she, That melts the heart with a wondrous And powerful melody.
Page 290 - M, n. 1. demonstr. pron. and adj. this or this one, that or that one, etc.; 2. as emphatic pers. pron. he, she, it, they, etc. ; 3. def. art. the; distributively used, etnmaC bie SBodje, once a week; 4. rel. pron. who, which, that; 5. (rarely) as comp'd rel. he who, that which, etc. btrjcnigr i' /,,,..•'>, m.; birjtnlge <'.'..,,,>, /.; bnv'jniinr W-uu), n.
Page 104 - O fall not, rock that threat'nest woe ! Earth, sink not down ; thou, heav'n, abide Until I reach my loved one's side ! — Translated by WW SKEAT.
Page 289 - ... adv. thereout, out of it or that or them; from or forth from it; by or by reason of it or that.
Page 292 - С in' mal, adv. one time, once; once upon a time (in the past) ; some time (in the future) ; once for all; for once, just, only. auf — , all at once, suddenly. m<fyt — , not even. ein
Page 234 - Because you never do them any good, but, on the contrary, are very troublesome and mischievous ; therefore they do not like to see you ; but they know that I am busy all day long in making them honey. You had better pay them fewer visits, and try to be useful,
Page 11 - Observe the order in the model sentence. The indirect object (dative) more commonly precedes the direct object (accusative). So in Latin. But if the direct object is a personal pronoun, It precedes the indirect This rule applies to several of the sentences below, under IL 18.
Page 287 - ... up to, clear to; 2. prep, as far as to, all the way to, till, until, to, up to; 3.

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