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" French ten classes of words called parts of speech, namely: the article, the substantive, the adjective, the pronoun, the verb, the participle ; the adverb, the preposition, the conjunction, and the interjection. The first six are variable, and the four... "
Dr. Ahn's First French course, revised by S. Barlet - Page 83
by Franz Ahn - 1876
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The Elements of French and English Conversation: With New, Familiar, and ...

John Perrin - English language - 1807 - 188 pages
...of speech are there ? There are nine. What are they ? The article, the noun, the pronoun, theverb, the participle, the adverb, the preposition, the conjunction, and the interjection. The article shews the abject, or thing. The pronoun supplies the place of the noun. The noun nomes the...
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A New, Easy, and Complete Grammar of the Spanish Language, Commercial and ...

John Emmanuel Mordente - Spanish language - 1810 - 356 pages
...IL OP THE PARTS OF SPEECH. J HERE are in Spanish, as in other languages, ten parts of speech ; viz. the article, the substantive, the adjective, the pronoun,...preposition, the conjunction, and the interjection. The six first are declinable, and the four others indeclinable. CHAPTER I. OF THE ARTICLE. i THJ article...
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A French grammar

J V. Douville - 1824
...various modifications, and their derivation. There are in French nine sorts of words, or Parts of Speech, namely — the Article, the Substantive, the Adjective, the Pronoun, the Verb, the Adverb, the Preposition, the Conjunction, and the Interjection. 1. An Article is a word prefixed to...
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First Lessons in Latin, Upon a New Plan: Combining Abstract Rules, with a ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - Latin language - 1831 - 223 pages
...Q. How many sorts of words, or Parts of Speech are there in the Latin language? Jl. Nine: the Noun, the Adjective, the Pronoun, the Verb, the Participle, the Adverb, the Preposition, the Interjection, and the Conjunction. NOUN. Q. What is a Noun? A. A JVbim is the name of any person, place,...
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The Principles of English Punctuation. Preceded by Brief Explanations of the ...

George Smallfield - 1838
...one part, say, that there are ten parts. They are as follow: The Article, the Substantive or Noun, the Adjective, the Pronoun, the Verb, the Participle,...Preposition, the Conjunction, and the Interjection. ARTICLE.—The articles in English are but two, a and the; but a becomes aw, for the purpose of more...
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First Lessons in Latin ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - Latin language - 1841 - 1 pages
...How many sorts of words, or Parts of Speech, are there in the Latin language ? A. Nine : the Noun, the Adjective, the Pronoun, the Verb, the Participle, the Adverb, the Preposition, the Interjection, and the Conjunction. * The instrncter will explain the few exceptions to this rule. t...
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First Latin Book: Being the Author's Original "First Lessons in Latin ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - Latin language - 1845 - 219 pages
...In Latin, words are divided into nine classes or Parts of Speech ; namely, the Substantive or Noun, the Adjective, the Pronoun, the Verb, the Participle,...Preposition, the Conjunction and the Interjection ; the five first of which admit of inflection, or change in their terminations. 21. There are three kinds...
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Collot's Levizac's French grammar and exercises

Alexander G. Collot - French language - 1848 - 227 pages
...our ideas. There are, in French, ten kinds of words : namely, the Substantive or Noun, the Article, the Adjective, the Pronoun, the Verb, the Participle,...Preposition, the Conjunction, and the Interjection. Words, considered as sounds, are formed by Letters and Syllables. Letters are divided into Vowels and...
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A grammar of the French language, with exercises

Léon Contanseau - 1849 - 12 pages
...Méditerranée, le Rhin, les Alpes, &c. PART I. There are in French ten classes of words called parts of speech, namely: the article, the substantive, the adjective,...and the interjection. The first six are variable, and the four others invariable^ CHAPTER I. ARTICLE. The article is a word placed before substantives...
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Ollendorff's New Method of Learning to Read, Write, and Speak the Spanish ...

Heinrich Gottfried Ollendorff - 1849
...nine sorte of words, or, as they are commonly called, Porte of Speech ; namely, the ARTICLE, the NOUN, the PRONOUN, the VERB, the PARTICIPLE, the ADVERB,...PREPOSITION, the CONJUNCTION, and the INTERJECTION. The meaning of a word must he first ascertained, in order to classify it Example : — Claro, clear. Ese...
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