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2d pers Accusative adjective adverb ashamed attribute auxiliary auxiliary verb babe baft batten biefe biefer brei commence comp compound form compound tenses conjunction copula dative definite article dependent sentence English express fann fein felbft feminine finite verb ft e tt FUTURE PERFECT gefd)rieben gemalt worben gender genitive geregnet German German language geworben ging govern grammatical il)r imperative indicates infinitive inflection interrogative l)aben l)at language letter masculine mayst merbee mood neuter nid)t nominative noun ntd)t object painted past participle PAST PERFECT past tense Plur plural preceded predicate prefix prepositions Pres PRESENT PERFECT principal sentence radical vowel relative pronoun roerbe roerben roir ruber Sing singular sound strong declension Subjunctive Subordinative Conjunctions syllable termination thou hadst thou wilt transitive verb Umlaut weak declension werbe Werben words
Page 62 - The second and third person singular of the present indicative and the second person singular of the imperative are also given whenever irregular.
Page 69 - HAÏR, to hate, except in the three persons singular of the Present Indicative, and in the second person singular of the Imperative, preserves the two dots on ï.
Page ii - In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington. PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION.
Page 14 - Words ending in n do not take an additional n in the dative plural.
Page 68 - Infinitive. beißen, to bite bieid)en, to lose color gieid)en, to resemble gleiten, to slide greifen, to seize fneifen, to pinch leiben, to suffer pfeifen, to whistle reißen, to tear reiten, to ride...
Page 48 - I will bu willft, thou wilt er will, he will wir wollen, we will ihr wollt, you will fie wollen, they will. Subjunetive. PRESENT. Зd) wolle, I be willing bu wolieft, thou be er wolle, he be wir wollen, we be il)l' wollet, you be fie wollen, they be AUXILIARIES OF MOOD.
Page iii - ... aim, to compress the greatest possible amount of useful information into the smallest compass. He has, therefore, rather to apprehend, that the intelligent will find it too statistical and laconic, too much abbreviated, and divested of detail. Something more than half the compass of this work is original, in the strictest sense of the word, the remarks and details being the fruit of...
Page 45 - A great discovery for you. AL-HAFI. His king But needed to advance upon the pawn Against her check. If I could only show you ! NATHAN. I'll take your word for it. AL-HAFI For so the rook Were brought into the field, and she were lost.