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" There would be as many," said he, "if I was being taken to the scaffold5." 1 verite ; - foule ; •"' accourait ; 4 parts ; 5 echafaud. THE ADVERB. Place of the Adverb. 1. In French, the adverb is generally placed after the verb in simple tenses, and... "
The first French book - Page 100
by Henri Bué - 1878 - 155 pages
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Theoretical and Practical Grammar of the French Tongue

Jean P.V. Lecoutz de Levizac (l'abbe) - 1828
...in the plural, as, Us ne sonl marts ni fun ni I'autreA Tout, and rien, when the regimen direct, are placed after the verb, in simple tenses, and between the auxiliary and the participle, in compound tenses, as, il 7. Minds that possess any correctness, examine things with attention,...
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A New and Complete Grammar, of the French Tongue, in which the Author Has ...

Joseph F. A. Boeuf - French language - 1829 - 250 pages
...forsakes iu at the moment of death. In this case it may be used as an objective direct, and is then placed after the verb in simple tenses, and between the auxiliary and the verb in compound tenses. Ex. II a tout ;ivime, he has confessed every thing. All followed by the relative...
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A New and Complete Grammar of the French Tongue ...

Joseph F. A. Bœuf - French language - 1832 - 360 pages
...forsakes us at the moment of death. In this case it may be used as an objective direct, and is then placed after the verb in simple tenses, and between the auxiliary and the verb in compound tenses. It precedes, however, a verb in the infinitive. Ex. : II a tout avoue, He...
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A Theoretical and Practical Grammar of the French Tongue: In which the ...

Jean-Pons-Victor Lecoutz de Levizac - French language - 1833 - 444 pages
...the plural, as, Us ne sont mnrtt ni I'un ni l'autre.1 Tout, and rien, when the regimen direct, are placed after the verb, in simple tenses, and between the auxiliary and the participle, in compound tenses, as, il 7. Minds that possess any correctness, examine things with atlion,...
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A Theoretical and Practical Grammar of the French Language

Jean Pons victor Lecoutz de Levizac (d.1) - 1834 - 173 pages
...a fait prefcrer les, &c. — bombast, bouffissure. 716. Tout and rien, when the regimen direct, are placed after the verb in simple tenses, and between the auxiliary and the participle in compound tenses ; as, // avoue tout ; il n? avoue rien ; il a tout avoue ; il n'a rien...
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Introductory Lessons in the French Language, with a Series of Exercises

Charles Jean Delille - French language - 1837 - 77 pages
...change nt into m to form adverbs in ment. EXAMPLE. Patient patiemmewt patiently. Adverbs are usually placed after the verb in simple tenses, and between the auxiliary and the participle in compound ones, but never (as in English) between the nominative and the verb. EXAMPLE....
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Le Tellier's French grammar; tr., and practically adapted for Engl. teaching ...

Charles Constant LE TELLIER - 1839
...Marcher lent. Agir prudently. He sings in tune, she sang out of tune, prudent. faux. t The adverb is generally placed after the verb in simple tenses, and between the auxiliary verb and past participle in compound tenses. Ex. Je le vois souvent chet lui. Je l'ai souvent vu chef...
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New grammar of French grammars

Alain Auguste Victor de Fivas - 1840
...sur-le-champ, immediately; tout à coup, suddenly; tout à fait, entirely. SITUATION OF THE ADVERB. Adverbs, in French, are generally placed after the...in simple tenses, and between the auxiliary and the participle, in compound tenses ; as, Il a souvent parlé de voua. | Hi: hcu often spoken of you. II...
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Cent thêmes Français-Anglais

A. F. GUILLEREZ - 1843
...Ex.: // est (fort) hevreutf, he is very happy. BULE II. The adverb, in general, is placed immediately after the verb in simple tenses, and between the auxiliary and the participle past, in compound tenses. Ex. : Celui qui juge (d la hate), juge (assess ordinairement maf),...
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A new theoretical and practical French grammar

Charles Jean Delille - 1844
...they frequently are in English, between the nominative when a conjunctive pronoun and the verb, but are generally placed after the verb in simple tenses, and between the auxiliary and the participle in compound ones ; as, Je vous le donne volontiers, I willingly give it you. J'ai Hen dormi,...
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