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active participle adjective Adjectives ending adverb answer attention bien by-and-by c'est called change their form changes its form compound conjugation Conjunctions DEAR Richard definite article Dictionary English Etymology EXERCISE express fait faucon faut feminine follow French language French pronoun French say French verb give Grammar hawk homme IMPERATIVE MODE Imperfect Imperfect il impersonal INDICATIVE MODE INFINITIVE MODE instance irregular irregular verbs j’ai killed a sheep le faucon Letter livre manner masculine matter means mind mous neuter noun number and gender observe panier paragraph passive participle past perfect Past tu perch person or thing person singular phrase preposition present proscrit qu'il reflected verb relative pronoun rules sentence singular number sometimes speak speech SUBJUNCTIVE MODE Syntax thou mayest thou mightest thou shalt thou shouldest tion tive translate tué un mouton tuent tuons verb tuer William Cobbett write
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...