One Thousand German Nouns, Being Those in Common Use, Classified Upon a New Plan and Employed in a Variety of Familiar Sentences, Stories and Dialogues: Constituting a Complete Introduction to German Reading and Conversation. With a Synopsis of German Grammar, and a Vocabulary of 2000 Words
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adjective aufe baft barn beautiful ber tabt biefe biefer bought clothes-pin cups dative Declension drawer English Sentences erft Example of Declension Exercises for Oral fatten fein feljr finb fonnen ftnb ftub geben geber geljen gelobt German Words grammatical gender gute guten habe hast thou ift ba Ijabe Ijaben Ijat Ijatte Ijeute iljn iljr iljt IMPERFECT TENSE kaufen lefen liegt loben metne neue neuter nid)t nidjt nouns Oral Translation PLUPERFECT TENSE Plural praised pretty pronoun Prussia Reading and Writing reflexive verb rich ripe roir SBir SDie Singular sold Subjunctive TENSE to-day toetbe toetben toiitbe toit Translate and Write Umlaut verb viel vowel Wilt thou wirb worben Writing Exercise wurbe wurde
Page 81 - I have not seen you for a long time. Where have you been?
Page 155 - A transitive verb is one that requires an object to complete its meaning (166).
Page 169 - ... separated from the verb and placed at the end of the clause or sentence : (près.) id?
Page 93 - A month has thirty days ; a day has twenty-four hours; an hour has sixty minutes ; and a minute has sixty seconds. A year has 365 days.
Page 87 - Do you think it will rain to-day? I do not think it will rain.
Page 66 - Without eyes we could not see. Without ears we could not hear. Without the lungs and heart we could not live.
Page 160 - I should have been, I should have had, I should have become.