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ablaut accusative adjective adverb appositive baben bafj biel brei burd clause cognate compounds conj dative declension denote e. g. ba e. g. ber e. g. bie e. g. id ending English erft EXERCISE fatten fein fie toerben fiir finb folgen follows fyaben gefolgt gelobt gender genitive German getoefen getoorben gute guten habe ifyr iiber infinitive inflection intransitive verbs können masculine means mögen names neuter nid)t nidjt noun object participle PERF PERFECT person phrase plural pple praised preceding predicate prefix prep prepositions pret preterit pron pronoun Reflexive verbs roir Seben sentence singular strong inflection Strong Nouns strong verbs SUBJ subjunctive substantive adjective suffix tense thou toaren toerbe toerben toiirbe toir umlaut uninflected usually verb vowel vowel-change weak weak inflection werde words
Page 174 - When I was at home I was in a better place, but travelers must be content.
Page 132 - tlwu wouldst have he would have we should have you would have they would have CONDITIONAL
Page 150 - saw they saw I have seen thou hast seen he has seen we have seen you have seen they have seen I had seen
Page 128 - the object of the active verb becomes the subject of the passive. 1.
Page 241 - Direct Object. The direct object of a transitive verb is put in the accusative
Page 180 - that he is right is clear. 2. The adverbial force of a preceding clause is often resumed by means of an adverb, usually fo, placed just before the main verb (see the first two examples above). This fo should not be translated.
Page 151 - I shall see thou wilt see he will see we shall see you will see they will see