Key to the Exercises in the New Method of Learning to Read, Write, and Speak a Language in Six Months: Adapted to the German. ... Added, Notes Referring to the Principles Explained in the Method

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Whittaker and Company, 1850 - German language - 167 pages
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Page 56 - These examples show that the verb bejafj* len governs the dative of the person, and the accusative of the thing. It may also be used with the preposition fur, for, as in English. Ex. I pay him for the boots, id) bejahle ifym fur trie ©tiefei.
Page 43 - SBater gcfprodjen? 3d) íjabe iíjn gefproфen. SBann amelioration I have introduced in the formation of the past participle of the German regular verbs. According to my principles it is formed from the second person plural of the present indicative, by adding to it ge( and the letter e is rejected whenever it is so in the second and third persons singular and the second person plural of the present tense, ie when the root of the verb can be heard, in pronouncing these persons with their different...

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