Inductive German Method, Book 1

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Werner School Book Company, 1895 - German language - 95 pages
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Page 24 - A preposition is a word used to show the relation of a noun or pronoun to some other word in the sentence.
Page 62 - Subject.— The subject of a finite* verb is put in the nominative ; eg, Equus currit, the horse runs.
Page 6 - To instruct this ability, the pupils are informed "that a single vowel at the beginning or in the middle of a word or syllable is short." He is also informed that "if there are two consonant letters between two vowels in a word, the first syllable usually ends with the first of the two consonants.
Page 44 - The noun, or pronoun, to which the pronoun relative has a reference, is called the antecedent, with which it must agree in gender and number: ex.
Page 36 - Person is the accident which distinguishes with regard to speaker, person spoken to, and person or thing spoken of. There are three persons called first, second, and third.
Page 6 - S, is used only at the end of a word or syllable; as in fceS Wt»eut»*>, Classification of Letters.

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