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D.C. Heath, 1904 - German fiction - 107 pages
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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.

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