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" S 64.. RELATIVE PRONOUNS. (1) The proper office of a relative pronoun is to represent an antecedent word or phrase ; but, while so doing, it serves also to connect the different clauses of a sentence. The Relatives in German are these... "
A New Method of Learning the German Language: Embracing Both the Analytic ... - Page 319
by W. H. Woodbury - 1852 - 504 pages
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The popular educator

Popular educator - History - 1852
...intercourse with euch people. § 64.-RELATIVE PRONOUNS. (1.) The proper office of a relative pronoun U to represent an antecedent word or phrase ; but, while...to connect the different clauses of a sentence. The relatives in German are these : — ОТ, who or which. I SBer, who, he who, she who, or ¡Der, that,...
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A New Method of Learning the German Language: Embracing Both the Analytic ...

W. H. Woodbury - German language - 1850 - 528 pages
...the indefinite article (<tn, tine, ein) precedes, takes the Mixed form : * thus, § 64. RKLATIVE (l) The proper office of a relative pronoun is to represent...to connect the different clauses of a sentence. The Relatives in German are these : cedent of a personal pronoun of ihe third person, tfrfflbt is used...
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A New Method of Learning the German Language: Embracing Both the Analytic ...

W. H. Woodbury - German language - 1855 - 523 pages
...latter, however, when the indefinite article (ein, eine, ein) precedes, takes the Mixed form : * thus, S 64.. RELATIVE PRONOUNS. (1) The proper office of a...to connect the different clauses of a sentence. The Relatives in German are these : eedent of a personal pronoun of the third person, becftlbf is used...
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A New Method of Learning the German Language, Embracing Both the Analytic ...

W. H. Woodbury - 1856
...folgen, to such a. A. eilten f*)icf;eu, eine fulrfie, ein fold)ce, such a. § 64. ЕЕЬАТПГК PRONOUNS. (1) The proper office of a relative pronoun...to connect the different clauses of a sentence. The Relatives in German are these : eedent of a personal pronoun of the third person, betfelbe is used...
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A New Method of Learning the German Language: Embracing Both the Analytic ...

W. H. Woodbury - German language - 1857 - 523 pages
...declined after the Old form of adjectives ; the latter, however, when the indefinite article (ein, eine, ein) precedes, takes the Mixed form : * thus,...to connect the different clauses of a sentence. The Belatives in German are these : «dent of a personal pronoun of the third person, btrpelbt is need...
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The popular educator, Volume 3

Popular educator - 1860
...intercourse with such people. 28ft iinttt turf; i(l feincSgleid;en ? Who among you is his equal? § 64. RELATIVE PRONOUNS. (1) The proper office of a...it serves also to connect the different clauses of n sentence. The Relatives in German are these : SBcdter, who, or which. <Etr, that. SSer who, he who,...
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The popular educator

Popular educator - 1876
...Umgang mit ^гдМфеп Beuten, I have no intercourse with such people. § 64.— RELATIVE PBONOTJNS. (1.) The proper office of a relative pronoun is to...phrase ; but, while so doing, it serves also to connect tho different clauses of a sentence. Tho relatives in German are these :— £Ве1фег, who or which....
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The popular educator

Popular educator - 1880
...indeclinable ; as, iff; b.abe feinen Umgang mit tergteicben Seutcn, I have no intercourse with such people. § 64.— RELATIVE PRONOUNS. (1.) The proper office of...to connect the different clauses of a sentence. The relatives in German are these : — SBetcfter, who or which. Der, that, who, which. SBer, who, he who,...
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The popular educator

Popular educator - 1884
...Umgang mit tetglcirÇen Scutcn, I have no intercourse with euch people. § 64.— RELATIVE PKONOUNS. (1.) The proper office of a relative pronoun is to...to connect the different clauses of a sentence. The relatives in German are these : — ЗВеГфег, who or which. î>er, that, who, which. SBct, who,...
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