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cacher, to conceal

chanceler, to stagger clef, f. key se—to hide o.'s sely, chance, f. chance.

client, m. e, f. client cachet, m. seal

changement; m. change clientèle, f. connexion cacheter, to seal

changé, e, altered. cloche, f. bell cadeau, m. present. changer, to change. clocher, m, steeple. café, m. coffee. chanson, f, song.

clore, to close cahier, m. copy-book. chant, m. song

Cour, m. heart calcul, m. ciphering. chanter, to sing,

coin, m. corner calomnie, f. slander. chapeau, m. hat, bonnet. col, m, collar camarade d'école, mchaque, each.

colère, f. anger, school-fellow.

char, m, car, chariot colère,(en) angry campagne, f. country. charbon de terre, m, coal. colonel, m. colonel candidat, m. candidate.

charger, (se) to take upon combat, m. fight canif, m. pen-knife.

o.'s self.

combattre, to fight canne, f. walking-stick. charme, m, charm combien, how much, horo capitaine de vaisseau, m. chasser, to turn out, to many. combien de post-captain shoot, to hunt.

temps, how long. comcapitale, f. capital. chat, m. cat.

bien y a-t-il ? how long? capitole, m. capitol château, m. castle.

how far ? car, for.

chaud, e, warm, hot. avoir commandant, m. comearafe, f. decanter,

chaud, to be warm. mander carte, f. card, carte géo- chauffeur, m. stocker. commander, to command

graphique, f. map chaumière, f. cottage, comme, as, like carreau, m. pane of glass. chef, m, chief

commencement, m, bem eas, m. case, en cas que, chemin, m. way.

ginning in case that.

chemin de fer, railway. commencer, to begin casser, to break. chemise, f, shirt

comment, how cassonnade, f. brown chêne, m, oak.

commerce, m, trade, sugar.

cher, ère, dear, expensive. intercourse cause, f, cause, à cause de, cher, dear.

commis, m. clerk on account of.

chercher, to look for, to commission, f. message causer, to talk.

seek, to fetch, aller cher-commode, f. chest cave, f. cellar.

cher, to go for. envoyer drawers ce, cet, cette, this, that, chercher, to send for. commode, convenient ces, these those.

chéri, e, cherished, commune, f. commune ce, it, ce qui...ce que.. cheval, m. horse. compagne, f. companion

that which, what. cheveux, m, p. hair compagnie, company ceci, this

chez, at the house of. compas, m. compass céder, to give way chez moi, at my house.. complaire, to please ceindre, to surround, chez lui, at his house... compliment, m. compli cela, that chien, m, dog.

ment, regard célèbre, celebrated chocolat, m. chocolate.

comporter (se) to behade celui, celle, ceux, he, she, choisir, to choose.

composer, to compose they, those. chose, f. thing.

comprendre, to understand celui-ci, celle-ci, this one. chou, m. cabbage. compromettre, to comprocelui-là, celle-là, that one. chute, f. fall. (sky. mise cent, hundred.

ciel, m, cieux, p. heaven. compter, to intend, to recht centaine, f. about hundred. cinq, five

on, to depend cependant, however, still. cinquante, fifty

concert, m. concert cerise, f, cherry. cinquième, fifth

concevoir, to conceive certain, e, certain. circonstance, f. circum- conclure, to conclude certainement, certainly. stance

concourir, to compete certificat, m. testimonial. cirer, to black

condamner, to condemn, cesser, to cease, to leave off. citoyen, m. citizen

to convict chacun, e, every one. clair, e, clear, obvious condition, f. condition, àchagrin, m. grief. clairvoyant, e, clear chaise, f, chair.

sighted

conducteur, m. conductor, chambre, f. bed-room. clarté, f, clearness

guard champ, m. field

classe, f. class, class-room' oonduire, to take, to drivo dépendre, to depend contrevenir, to infringe D'abor 1, first, at first dépens, m. p. expense convaincre, to convince daigner, to deign

on

90-to behave coupable, guilty

décider, to decide, se declconduite, f, conduct courage, m, courage

der, to make up o.'s mind confesseur, m. confessor courageux, se, courage- découdre, to unsew confiance, f. confidence ous

découvrir, to find out confondre, to confound couramment, fluently décrire, to describe congé, m. holiday courant, m. course dédaigneux,se, disdainful connaissance,f.knowledge, courber, (se) to stoop dédain, m. disdain acquaintance, faire con- courir, to run

déduire, to deduct naissance,to become ac- course, f. race. fare déesse, f. goddess quainted

prix de la course, m. défant, m. defect, fault connaissances, f, p. know fare

défendre, to forbid, to ledge

cousin,m.cousine,f. cousin support connaître, to know cours, m. course

dégeler, to thaw conquérir, to conquer court, e, short

degré, m. degree, step conseil, m, advice, council couteau, m. knife déjà, already conseiller, to avvise coûter, to cost

déjeuner, m. breakfast cons ntement, m. consent coutume, f. custom, avoir déjeuner, to breakfast consentir, to consent coutume, to be accus- de l’, de la, of the, from conséquence, f. conse- tomed

the, some, any quence couvrir, to cover

délivrer, to deliver, to considérable, considerable craindre, to fear

rid consister, to consist crainte, f. fear

demain, to-morrow, après consoler, (se) to console créancier, m. creditor -demain, the day after o.'s self créature, f. creature

to-morrow construire, to construct crédit, m. credit

demander, to ask consulter, to consult crême, f. cream

démarche, f. gait, step conte, m. story cri, m. cry, shout

déménager, to remove content, e (de) pleased crime, m crime

démettre, to put out of continent, m. continent croire, to believe

joint continuation, f. continua- croître, to grow

demeurer, to live tion crosse, f. cricket

demi, e, half continuer, to continue cruel, le, cruel

demoiselle, f. young lady, contraire, m.contrary, au cueillir, to gather

mademoiselle, miss, contraire, on the con- cuillère, f, spoon

mesdemoiselles, young trary cuire, to cook

ladies contrariant, e, provoking cultiver, to cultivate départ, m. departure contre, against

dépêcher, (se) to be quick contrefaire, to imitate

D.

dépenser, to spend convenir, to acknowledge, dame, f lady, madame, f. déplaire, to displease

to suit, to become, to a- madam, mesdames, lu- dépriver, to deprive gree.

dies, dame, well!

depuis, since, for conversation, f. conversa- darger, m. dana pro (léranger, to disturb tion

dangereux, se, dungerous dernier, ère, last convoi,m.train, convoi de dans, in, into

derrière, behind grande vitesse, express-danser, to dance

des, of the, from the, train davantage, more

some, any corbeille, f. basket de, of, by

dès, from, dès que, as correct, e, correct débarcadère, m. terminus corriger, to correct débarrasser, (se) to get désagréable, disagreeable corrompre, to corrupt

descendre, to descend, to cortège, m. procession débris, m. remains, wreck go down, to come down, côte, f. coast

décacheter, to break open to alight côté, m. side, way

the seal of

deshabiller, to undress coucher, to sleep

décembre, m. December désir, m. desire coucher, (se) to go to bed déchirer, to tear

désirer, to wish coudre, to sew

déchoir, to decline, to fall désobéir, (a) to disobey couleur, £ colour décidément, decidedly desservir, to clear the

table

soon as

rid of

stir up

dessin, m, drawing double, m. double église, 1. Church
dessiner, to draw
double, double

égoïste, selfish dessus, upon, là-desstis, douleur, f. pain, griet eh - bien ! well upon that

douloureux, se, painful élément, m. element destiner, to destine doute, m. doubt

élève, m. boy, pupil détails, m. p. particulars douter, to doubt

élever, to bring up, to déteindre, to come of doux, ce, sweet, soft, raise, s'-, to raise détenir, to detain

smooth, calm

éloquence, f. eloquence détresse, f. misery douzaine, f. dozen elle, she, her, elles, they, dette, f. debt douze, twelve

them deux, two

douzième, twelfth embarcadère, m. termideuxième, second drap, m. cloth

nus devant, before, about drapeau, m flag

embarras, m. trouble deviner, to guess

droit, e, right, straight embrasser, to kiss, to take devoir, m, duty, task du, of ihe, from the, some, emmenager, (se) to move devoir, to owe, must, Je any

in devrais, I ought, J'au- dân, owed

émoudre, to grind rais dû, I ought to dupe, f. dure

émouvoir, to move, to have.

dur, e, hard Dieu, m, God durant, during

empêcher, to prevent difficile, difficult

durée, f. duration Empereur, m. Emperor difficilement, difficultly durement, harshly empire, m. empire difficulté, f. difficulty durer, to last

employer, to employ digne, worthy

emporter, to carry away dimanche, m. Sunday

E

emprunter, lo borrow diner, m. dinner

en, in

Eau, f. water, eau de mer, en, of it, from it, some, diner, to dine

sea-water, eau douce, any dire, to say, to tell, c'est fresh water

à-dire, that is to say ébranler, to shake enchanté, e, delighted diriger, to direct to guide échantillon, m. sample, enclore, to enclose disciple, m, disciple pattern

encore, yet, still discon venir, to deny échafaud, m. scaffold encourager, to encourage discret, ète, discreet échapper, (se) to escape

encre, f, ink discussion, f. debate échelle, f. ladder

encrier, m. inkstand disparaiire, to disappear échoir, to become due endetter, (se) to get into disposition, f, disposition éclair, m.lightning

debt disputer, to dispute, to éclairer, to lighten endormir, (se) to fall acontend éclater, to burst out

sleep dissoudre, to dissolve écolier, m. school-boy enfant, m. f. child. distinguer, (se), to dis- écouler, (se) to elapse enfermer, to lock up tinguish o.'s self écouter, to listen

enfin, at last, in short distinctement, distinctly écrier, (se) to cry out engager, to engage, to divertir, to amuse, se-, écrire, to write

invite to amuse one's-self écrit, m. writing, par écrit, enjoindre, to enjoin divin, e, divine

in writing

ennemi, m. enemy divinité, f. divinity, deity écriture, f. hand writing ennuyer, to worry dix, ten

écrouler, (se) to fall down enorgueillir, (se) to get domestique, m. f. servant éducation, f. education proud dommage, m. damage effet, m. bill, effets, m. p. énorme, enormous c'est dommage, it is a things

enquérir, (se) to inquire pity

efforcer, (se) to endeavour enregistrer, to book don, m. gift

effrayer, to frighten enseigner, to teach dont, whose, of which égard, m. respect, à cet ensemble, together donc, then

égard, in this respect, entendre, to hear, to undonner, to give

à votre égard, on your derstand, entendre pardormir, to sleep

account

ler, to hear from dos, m. back

égarements, m. p. mis- entêté, e, obstinate douane, f. custom-house conduct

entièrement, entirely douanier, m.custom-house, égarer, (e) to lose o.'s wayl entourer, to surround

officer

entre, between

exactitude, f. punctuality fidèle, faithful entreprendre, to under examen, m. examination fi-donc ! for shame! take

examiner, to look at fier, ère, proud entreprise, f. undertaking excepté, except

fier, (se), (a) to trust entrer, to go in, to come exécution, f. execution fierté, f. pride in, to walk in, to step in exempt, e, free

Alle, f. daughter, girl entretenir, to keep up exister, to ex ist

filleul, m. god-son entrevoir, to catch sight of expliquer, to explain s'-, filleulę, f. god-daughter entrevue, f, interview to explain o.'s self fils, m. son, petit-fils, envers, towards

exposer, to expose s'- grand-son environ, about

to expose o.'s self fin, f, end envie f. wish

exprimer, (se), to express finir, to finish envoyer, to send

one's self

Hanelle, f. flannel épargner, to spare extraire, to extract, to flatter, to flatter épaule, shoulder

take out

fléchir, to move épaulette, f. epaulet extrémité, f.extremity flétrir, (se) to fade épeler, to spell

fleur, f. flower épicier, m. grocer

F.

fleuri, e, flowery époque, f. epoch Fable, f. fable

fleurir, to blossom équivaloir, to be equiva- fâché, e, (de) sorry, foire, f. fair, foire aux lent (contre,) angry

chevaux, horse-fair erreur, f. error

fâcher, (se) to get angry fois, f. time, une fois, escalier, m. staircase fâcheux, se, unpleasant Once, once upon a time, espèce, f. kind, sort facile, easy

deux fois, twice, bien espérance, f. hope facilement, easily

des fois, many times espérer, to hope

facteur, m. postman fond, m. bottom espion, m. spy

faim, f. hunger, avoir fondement, m. foundation espoir, m. hope

faim, to be hungry force, f. strength, à force esprit, m. mind, spirit faire, to make, to do de, by dint of essai, m. essay, trial fait, m. fact, deed fou, m. fool essayer, to try

falloir, must, to be necessa- fou, fol, folle, mad essuyer, to wipe

ry, comme il faut, gen- foudre, f. lightning est, m, east

tlemanly, lady-like, pro- foule, f. crowd estampe, f. engraving perly

fournir,to supply to afford estime, f. esteem

fameux, se famous fraichemement, newly estimer, to value, to con- famille, f. family

frais, che, fresh, eufs sider fatal, e fatal

frais, new laid eggs estropié, e, crippled, in- fatigué e, tired

fraise, f. strawberry valid fante, f. fault

franc, he , frank fauteuil, m. arm-chair français, e, French état, m. state faux, sse, false

franchement, frankly été, m. summer faveur, f. favour

frapper, to knock été, been

favorable, favourable frémir, to shudder éternel le, eternal favoriser, to favour fréquenter, to keep cométoffe, f. stuff feindre, to pretend

pany étoile, f. star fécond, e, fertile

frère, m. brother, beauétonnant, e, astontshing félicité, f. felicity

brother in law étonner, to astonish féliciter, to congratulate fripon, m. rascal étourdi, e, thoughtless femme, f. woman, wife

frire, to fry étranger, m. foreigner fendre, to split

froid, e, cold être, to be, to belong fenêtre, f. window froidement, coolly étude, f. study, faire ses fer, m. iron

fromage, m. cheese études, to study ferme, f. farm

frontière, f. frontier eux, them ferme, steady

frugal, e, frugal évanouir, (se) to faint fermer, to shut, - à clef, fruit, m. fruit éveiller, to wake, sm, to to lock, -au verrou, to fuir, to fly, to avoid

bolt

fumer, to smoke évidemment, evidently fen, m. fire

fusil, m. gun exact, e, punctual Février, m. February

et, and

wake up

G.

habiter, to inhabit, to live imaginer, (se) to imagine Gagner, to get, to gain habitude, f. habit, comme immense, immense gai, e, lively

d'habitude, as usual, immobile, motionless gant, m. glove

avoir habitude, to be in immortel, le, immortal garçon, m.boy, lad, fellow, the habit

impatience, £ impatience waiter hache, f. are

impatient, e, impatient garde, f. guard, prendre haïr, to hate

impatienter, (se) to get garde, to take care halle, f, market (for corn) inpatient garder, to keep

hameau, m. hamlet impérial, e, imperial gare,f. terminus, platform hardiesse, f. boldness impitoyable, pitiless gare! out of the way! hareng, m. herring important, e, important gâteau, m. cake

saur, red herring importer, to matter gâter, to spoil

hasard, m. chance imposer, (en) to impose gazon, m. grass, turf haut, m. top, en haut, upon gémir, to lament

up-stairs

impossible, impossible geler, to freeze

haut, e, high, loud imprudence, f. imprugendarme, m. gendarme hé ! 1 say!

dence général, m. general hélas ! alas!

imprudent, e, imprudent généralement, generally herbe, f. grass

impunément with impugénie, m. genius

hériter, (de), to inherit nity genou, m. knee héritier, m. heir

inattendu, e, unexpected gens, m. p. people héros, m. hero

inconnu, e, unknown géographie, f. geography heure, f. hour, time, de inconvénient, m. incongéographique, geographi- bonne heure, early

venience cal

heureusement, happily indépendamment, indegéométrie, f. geometry heureux, se, happy, for- pendently geste, m. gesture

tunate

indicateur, m. time table gilet, m. waistcoat hier, yesterday, avant- indienne, f. printed calico globe, m globe

hier, the day before indiquer, to direct, to gloire, f. glory

yesterday

point out glorieux, se, glorious histoire, f. history, tale, individu, m. individual glorifier, (se) to glory

story

induire, to induce goût, m. taste hiver, m. winter

informer, (se) to inquire goûter, to taste (steer homme m. man

ingénieur, m. engineer gouverner, to govern, to honnête, honest

ingrat, e, ungrateful gracieux, se, graceful honnêteté f. honesly ingratitude, f- ingratitude grand, e, large, great honneur, m. honour innocent e, innocent [sy grandeur, f. greatness honorable, honourable inquiet,ète,anxious, uneagrandir, to grow honte, f. shame

inquiéter, (se) to trouble grêler, to hail

honteux, se, shame, 'ul Ö.'s self gronder, to scold horloge, f, clock

inquiétude, f, uneasiness gros, se, big hôtel, ni, hotel

inscrire, to inscribe groseille, f. currant houblon, m, hop insensible, in sensible, grotte, f. grotto

houleux, se, rough, roll- senseless guérir, to cure

ing

insouciant, e, careless guerre, f, war huit, eight

instamment, urgently guerrier, m, warrior huitième, eighth

instant, m. moment, à guerrier, ère, warlike humain, e, human

l'instant, at once guide, m. guide

humeur, f. temper instructif, ve, instructive guillotine, f. guillotine

instruire,, to instruct guillotiner, to guillotine

I.

insurmontable, insurIci, here

mountable
H.
idée, f. idea

intention, f. intention Habile, clever

ignorance, f. ignorance avoir-; to intend habiller, (se) to dress ignorer, to be ignorant intéressant, e, interesting o.'s self il, he, it

intéresser, to interest, s', habit, m. coat, habits, m. ile, f. island

to - o.'s self p. clothes

illustre, illustrious intérêt, m. interest habitant, m. inhabitant illustrer, to illustrate intervenir, to interfere

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