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Page 276 - Part II. — SECOND YEAR. Conversational Lessons in Systematic Accidence and Elementary Syntax. With Philological Illustrations and Etymological Vocabulary.
Page 276 - I. FIRST YEAR, CONTAINING AN INTRODUCTION TO THE GERMAN ORDER OF WORDS, WITH COPIOUS EXAMPLES, EXTRACTS FROM GERMAN AUTHORS IN PROSE AND POETRY, NOTES, VOCABULARIES, vs.
Page 275 - NEW GUIDE TO GERMAN CONVERSATION; containing an Alphabetical List of nearly 800 Familiar Words ; followed by Exercises ; Vocabulary of Words in frequent use ; Familiar Phrases and Dialogues; a Sketch of German Literature, Idiomatic Expressions, &c.
Page 199 - They can also bt, pranged according to the nature of the exit of the sound. The air may be entirely stopped, as in (1) checks; or some may be allowed to escape, as in (2) breathings ; or the air may pass through the nose, as in (3) nasals. To these three classes are added (4) the aspirates, and (5) r and /, which are called trills.
Page 275 - VON BERLICHINGEN. Edited by HA BULL, MA, Assistant Master at Wellington College. 2s. GOETHE— FAUST. PART I., followed by an Appendix on PART II. Edited by JANE LEE, Lecturer in German Literature at Newnham College, Cambridge.
Page 128 - She could read any English book without much spelling ; but for pickling, preserving, and cookery, none could excel her.
Page 199 - ... and th, which are all consonants pronounced by the action of the tongue on the teeth, are interchanged ; and this might suggest that the national preference, when rejecting a consonant, replaces it by some consonant uttered by the same organs as the first. This suggestion is warranted by fact. It has been shown by Grimm that the same words, when found in (1) Sanscrit, Greek, or Latin, (2) Low German (which may be represented by English), (3) High German, exhibit three systematically varying forms,...
Page 275 - Royal Academical Institution, Belfast. 2s. 6d. SCHILLER— WALLENSTEIN. PART I.— DAS LAGER. Edited by HB COTTERILL, MA 25.