A Key to the Exercises in Ollendorff's New Method of Learning to Read, Write, and Speak the German Language

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D. Appleton, 1853
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Page 196 - The pronunciation of the Castilian language is so clearly set forth in this Dictionary, as to render it well-nigh impossible for any person who can read English readily, to fail of obtaining the true sounds of the Spanish words at sight.
Page 185 - ... the interest of the scholar. 2. It is progressive in its nature, the pieces being at first very short and easy, and increasing in difficulty and length as the learner advances. 3. At the bottom of the page constant references to the Grammar are made, and the difficult passages explained and rendered.
Page 188 - NEW METHOD OF LEARNING TO READ, WRITE, AND SPEAK THE SPANISH LANGUAGE. With an Appendix, containing a brief but comprehensive Recapitulation of the Rules...
Page 185 - The first contains easy pieces, chiefly in prose, with all the words necessary for translating them ; the second, short pieces in prose and poetry alternately, with copious notes and renderings; the third, short popular tales of Grimm and others...
Page 185 - ... second, short pieces in prose and poetry alternately, with copious notes and renderings; the third, short popular tales of Grimm and others; the fourth, select ballads and other poems from Burger, Goethe, Schiller, Uhland, Schwab, Chamisso, etc.; the fifth, prose extracts from the first classics.
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Page 185 - American public, has induced the Publishers and the Editor to comply with the very general demand for a German Reader. The plan of this Reader is as follows, viz : 1. The pieces are both prose and poetry, selected from the best authors, and are so arranged as to present sufficient variety to keep alive the interest of the scholar.
Page 183 - It is a very charming collection of some of the sweetest and most graceful verses In the French Language. We were hardly aware, till we looked over this book, that so many distinguished French authors had contributed to. a class of productions, so peculiarly suited to readers of an early age."— Evening Post.

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