Ollendorff's New Method of Learning to Read, Write, and Speak the German Language: To which is Added a Systematic Outline of the Different Parts of Speech, Their Inflection and Use, with Full Paradigms and a Complete Table of Irregular Verbs
D. Appleton & Company, 1846 - German language - 510 pages
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able accusative adjective adverbs already answer article become book bread brother case cents children cloth coat compound country dative declension deſſen dieſes do you drink end of Lesson English exercises father feminine first following friend gender genitive German geweſen give go thither going gone good governs great Have you He has horse house Imperf imperfect infinitive intend iſt know laſſen learn Lection Lesson XXXIV letter little long love loved make Mann masculine money morning neither neuter never nominative noun numerals o'clock one's order participle past Perf person place plur plural praised preposition present pronoun read receive reflexive verbs same second See end See Lesson seen ſehr ſein ſeine ſich ſie ſind singular sister sometimes speak spoken subjunctive substantives take tenses termination thing thou three time used verbs volume want willing wine word work write
Page 29 - third, which are irregular. Ex. The first, the second, the third, the fourth, the fifth, the sixth, the seventh, the eighth, the ninth, the tenth, the eleventh, the twentieth, the twenty-first, &c. bet or
Page 172 - have fired three times.—At whom did you fire ?—I fired at a bird which sat on a tree.—Have you fired a gun at that man ?—I have fired a pistol at him.—Why have you fired a pistol at him ?—Because he gave me a stab with his sword. (See end of Lesson XXXIV.) SIXTY-THIRD LESSON.—Ют
Page 270 - have not been able to save anything ; for, instead of extinguishing the fire, the miserable wretches who had come upset themselves to plundering.—What has happened ?—A great misfortune has happened.—Why did my friends set out without me !— They waited for you till twelve o'clock, and seeing that you did not come, they set out.—Tell
Page 140 - go thither (in) a month ?—I go thither but once a month.—How many times a year does your cousin go to the ball ?—He goes thither twice a year.— Do you go thither as often as he ?—I never go thither.—Does your cook often go to the market Î—He goes thither every morning.
Page 248 - do not see it; but you must open the window instead of, opening the door.—The window does not open easily, that is the reason why I open the door.—When will you shut it ? —I will shut it as soon as there is no more smoke.—Why do you not put those beautiful glasses on the small table