Geschichte und Sage

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Page 254 - German irregular verbs deviate for the most part in the second and third person singular of the present indicative, in the preterimperfect tense, and in the participle past, from the conju gat ion of the regular verbs.
Page 259 - IMPERSONAL VERBS. Impersonal verbs are used only in the third person singular...
Page 231 - Or., in. 50, 194 ; you remember Antipater very well. Genitive with Verbs of Emotion. 377. Misereor, miseret, paenitet, piget, pudet...
Page iii - reviews in the first four lessons the grammar of the first year of German, and adds as much new grammar as may be taught during the second year. The...
Page 232 - A still larger number of verbs take the dative on account of their composition with one of the prefixes an, auf, au§, bei, ein, ent, entgegen, паф, unter, Der, bnr, boran, boraue, nnber, ju, jubor.
Page 233 - A ' Noun in Apposition ' agrees in Case with the Noun to which it is in Apposition.
Page 262 - But after theßrsf person singular and plural of the present tense the indicative must be used : ЗФ glaube, bafj er таф íft.
Page 272 - If there are more than two adverbs they are usually arranged in the order " time, place, manner" or " time, manner, place " : 3)ie Äinber b,aben i;ente im ©arten |фоп gefpieít.
Page 223 - Blutai (No ending in nominative plural). To this class belong — a. Masculine and neuter nouns ending in -er, -el, -ttt.

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