How to speak and write French correctly

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Page 61 - ... prince learned there to bear hunger and thirst, and subdued that nation, till then invincible. He afterwards attacked Lybia, and conquered it. After these successes, he formed the project of subduing the whole world. In consequence of* this,* he entered Ethiopia, which he made tributary. He continued his victories in Asia. Jerusalem -was the first to feel the force of his arms : the rash Rehoboam could not resist him, and Sesostris carried away the riches of Solomon. He penetrated into the Indies,...
Page 16 - ADJECTIVES. eUBSTAHTrVES. haut de or ... de hauteur or ... de haut ... high in height. long de " ... de longueur..... " ... de long ... long in length. large de " ... de largeur " ... de large ... broad or wide, in breadth or vi-lih.
Page 19 - I study, the pronouns are disjunctive and the verb takes the plural, it is put in the first person, in preference to the second, and in the second, in preference to the third Lui et moi nous f et ud IONS He and I study.
Page 36 - However skilful and learned we may be, let us not make a vain show of faire etalage our knowledge. Though fashions be ever so foolish, people follow them. science. modes Jblles on suivre
Page 21 - Ace. se. En is sometimes used for the genitive case of all the Personal Pronouns, of me, of thee ; of him, of her, of it ; of us, of you, of them. Y is sometimes used for the dative case of all the Personal Pronouns : to me, to thee, to him, to her, to it ; to us, to you, to them.
Page 61 - Jerusalem was the first to feel the force of his arms : the rash Rehoboam could not resist him, and Sesostris carried away the riches of Solomon. He penetrated into the Indies, farther than Hercules and Bacchus, and farther than Alexander did afterward. The Scythians obeyed him as far as the Tanais; Armenia and Cappadocia were subject to him. In a word, he extended his empire from the Ganges to the Danube.
Page 11 - Le choix, le crucifix, le reflux, le prix,—eur: le bonheur, le chœur, le cœur, le déshonneur, l'extérieur, l'honneur, le labeur, le malheur, les pleurs,—ion: le croupion, le lampion, un million, un bastion,—son. le poison, le tison, le blason, l'horizon, le gazon. 2. Un athée, un mausolée, un trophée. 3. Un arrêté, un comté, un comité, le côté, un fté, un pâté, un traité.
Page 11 - ... 1. * La boisson, la brebis, la chair, la chanson, la clef, la cour, la cuiller, la cuisson, la dent, la dot, la façon, la faim, la fin, la fois, la forêt, la hart, la leçon, la main, la maman, la mer, la moisson, la mort, la nef, la nuit, la part, la rançon, la soif, la souris, la tour, la vis.
Page 35 - English by tJiey say, we say, people say, one says, it is said, it is reported, and such like, are rendered in French by on, with the verb in the third person singular. Examples...
Page 9 - L'hypocrisie est UN hommage que le vice rend a la vertu. It is a Frenchman who comes here every morning, C'est UN Franqais qui vient id tons les matins.

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