French, and how to learn it

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Page 17 - I am. tu es, thou art. il est, he is. nous sommes, we are. vous êtes, you are. ils sont, they are.
Page 100 - Circonscrire, to circumscribe. décrire, to describe. inscrire, to inscribe. prescrire, to prescribe.
Page 18 - J'ai, I have. tu as, thou hast. il or elle a, he or she has. nous avons, we have. vous avez, you have. ils or elles ont, they have.
Page 59 - C'est moi — it is I. c'est nous — it is we. c'est toi — it is thou.
Page 57 - ADJ. mon ma mes ton ta tes son sa ses notre nos votre vos leur leurs...
Page 7 - Italian verbs are divided into three different conjugations, which are distinguished by the termination of the infinitive. The first conjugation comprehends all those verbs which, in the infinitive, end in are; as...
Page 75 - The negative pas is generally omitted in the negative conjugation of the verbs cesser, to cease ; oser, to dare; pouvoir, to be able ; savoir, to know. Elle ne cesse de pleurer. She does not cease weeping. Je n'ose parler de cela. I dare not speak of that. Je ne puis le faire.
Page 19 - J'aurais, I should have. CONDITIONAL MOOD. tu aurais, thou shouldst have. il aurait, he should have. nous aurions, we should have. vous auriez, you should have. ils auraient, they should have.
Page iv - The most important and at the same time the most difficult part of hop production is proper drying.
Page 8 - From the present participle are formed: 1. The three persons plural of the indicative present, by'; changing ant into ons, ez, ent: parlant — nous parlons, vous parlez, ils parlent.

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