A French Grammar: Or, Plain Instructions for the Learning of French. In a Series of Letters

J. Doyle, 1832 - 368 Seiten

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Seite 367 - A Grammar of the English language, in a series of letters. Intended for the use of schools and of young persons in general ; but more especially for the use of soldiers, sailors, apprentices, and ploughboys. — To which are added, six lessons, intended to prevent statesmen from using false grammar, and from writing in an awkward manner.
Seite 16 - I remember," says the latter, in his French Grammar, " the parts which were to me the most abstruse, and which it cost me the most time to be able to understand. These parts, therefore, I shall take particular pains to make plain and easy to you.
Seite 282 - When the nominatives are of different persons, the verb agrees with the first person in preference to the second, and with the second in preference to the third...
Seite 164 - Je cours, tu cours, il court ; nous courons, vous courez, ils courent. Je courais, tu courais, il courait ; nous courions, vous couriez, ils couraient.
Seite 367 - POOR MAN'S FRIEND ; or A Defence of the rights of those who do the Work and fight the Battles.
Seite 38 - The gender of nouns, in inanimate objects, is generally expressed by their termination ; thus, final e mute is the distinctive mark of the feminine gender, every other final letter is the sign of the masculine. This would be an excellent rule, were it universal ; but this is far from being the case...

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