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2Bie accusative adjective auxiliary babe baben bafj baft balb batte become bein benn beute biefe biefer biele biirfen brother clause conj dative declension dependent clause einen einmal erft errn fagte fatten fd)on febr fein feinen fiir finb fonnen fyabe fyaben fyat geben gefauft geftern gegeben geliebt geljabt gelobt genitive German geroefen geroorben ging Ijaben Ijaben or Ijaben Imperfect Imperfect Tense infinitive insep intr laffen Latin lesson letter loben mad)en mbgen miiffen morben nabe neuter nicbt nid)t nidjt nouns obliged Observe one's participle Perfect Pluperfect plural praised prefix prep pron pronoun roaren roerbe roerben roiirbe roiirben roir ruber sentences singular subjunctive tense thou to-day toar toem toenn toerbe toir toitt tourbe unfere verb VOCABULARY werben yesterday
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 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.