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abcn accusative adjective adverbs babe baben bread brother cbet compound cousin dative declension definite article drink end of Lesson English exercises father fcin fein feminine fetn finb gebabt gelobt gender genitive German geroefen gerufen go thither governs the dative gute guten horse Imperf imperfect impersonal verb infinitive inflected intend intransitive verbs irregular verbs it.—Have Lesson XXXIV letter Masc masculine metne morben Neut neuter nicbt nid)t noun o'clock one's past participle person plur plural possessive pronoun praised preposition pronoun reflexive verbs roerbe roerben roir rotr Scute Sing singular speak subjunctive substantives tenses termination them.—Have thou tive verb wine wish to go word write
Page 522 - Life and Exploits of Alexander the Great. Edited and illustrated with English Notes, by WILLIAM HKNRY CKOSBT.
Page 43 - THE FIRST, THE SECOND, THE THIRD, THE FOURTH, THE FIFTH, THE SIXTH, AND THE SEVENTH OF THE SEVEN. THESE "SPARKS" ARE CALLED SPHERES, TRIANGLES, CUBES, LINES, AND MODELLERS; FOR THUS STANDS THE ETERNAL NIDANA -- THE OEAOHOO, WHICH IS: 5. "DARKNESS" THE BOUNDLESS, OR THE NO-NUMBER, ADI-NIDANA SVABHAVAT: I.
Page 513 - ... would invite him. In the preparation of the German and English Part, the basis adopted has been the work of Flügel, compiled in reality by Heimann, Feiling, and Oxenford. This was' the most complete and judiciously prepared manual of the kind in England. The present work contains the accentuation of every German word, several hundred synonymes, together with a classification and alphabetical list of the irregular verbs, and a Dictionary of German abbreviations. The foreign words, likewise, which...
Page 518 - ... or to search for among a number of different volumes. Claiming to give a comprehensive and practical view of our language in all its relations, this
Page 516 - Machiavelli, Villani, and others. They are so made as not to constitute mere exercises, but contain distinct relations so complete as to gratify the reader and engage his attention while they instruct. This is a marked impiovement on that old system which exacted much labor without enlisting the sympathies of the student. The selections from Manzoni, for example, are from the
Page 515 - It contains five sections. The first contains easy pieces, chiefly in prose, with all the words necessary for translating them ; the second, short pieces in prose and poetry alternately, with copious notes and renderings; the third, short popular tales of Grimm and others...
Page 515 - The pieces are both prose and poetry, selected from the best authors, and are so arranged aa to present sufficient variety to keep alive the interest of the scholar. 2. It is progressive in its nature, the pieces being at first very short and easy, and increasing in difficulty aim length as the learner advances.
Page 515 - It is progressive in its nature, the pieces being at first very short and easy, and increasing in difficulty and length as the learner advances. 3. At the bottom of the page constant references to the Grammar are made, the difficult pas sages are explained and rendered.
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