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adverbs alten anbere Arnold audj babon bafj bann barauf benn ber djulje ber junge biefen blieb bodj burdj dative eben einmal erft erften ernft etroag faft fagte ertrub fann fatj faum fdjon fdjritt fefjen fein feinen felber fidj finb fjaben fjatte fommen fommt fonft fonnte frug ftanb ganj gegangen Germelshausen Gerstacker Gertrude ging ifjm ifjn ifjr iiber intr jefct jogen jungen ladjte lange mefjr nadj nicfjt nid)t nidjt nodj ntdjt one's orfe postpositive prep pron rafdj rebet redjt rief Slrnolb roag roar roenn roerben roie roieber roir roirb rooHt runb SBeg SBorte Seben SKutter Slber Sorfe SSater St)r subjv Sudj traf trafje Transl trat unb ber unb bie unb Slrnolb verb village walk
Page 76 - Adverbial meanings are not given, unless they cannot be formed from the adjective by means of a suffix.
Page 76 - The gender, nominative singular, genitive singular (except of feminines), and the nominative plural are given. - and * represent the first class, strong declension, with and without umlaut; -e, *e, *er, -n, -en, represent respectively the second and third classes, with and without umlaut, and the weak declension.
Page v - Germelshausen for this purpose was prompted by several considerations : it is thoroughly German in spirit, sentiment, and color, and is an excellent example of simple narrative and colloquy ; it is on the list of elementary readings suggested in the report of the Committee of Twelve ; and it is unusually popular with both teachers and students.