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" Adjectives vary their terminations according to the gender and number of the noun to which they relate. "
Cortina's French Method (twenty Lessons) Intended for Use in Schools, Etc ... - Page 136
by Rafael Diez de la Cortina - 1918 - 338 pages
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The analysis of the parts of speech, Spanish syntax made easy, the ...

Nicolas Gouin Dufief - Commercial correspondence, Spanish - 1811
...or relative pronouns who or that; these pronouns are translated by el que, la yue, los que, las yue, according to the gender and number of the noun to which they relate.—EXAMPLES: Fueron esas se˝oras las que rompieron el bayle. Fueron los Espa˝oles lo* que...
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A Practical Course of French Lessons, Or A Grammar of the French Tongue

Hallard - 1813
...by, celui-lu, 'celleId, ceux-ld, cettes-la; the latter, by celvi-ci, cclls-oi, ccwe-ci, cettes-ci, according to the gender and number of the noun to which they relate. ,,:.,- ^ ..,,, . ' . . , ... ; :.,•..- < - . EXERCISER I esteem this woman, but I cannot 1 bear that....
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Petit cours de Franšais

Gabriel Surenne - 1831
...la, les, du, de la, des, an, Ó la, aux, and un or une, must always precede the following numbers, according to the gender and number of the noun to which they refer. Exercise. You are the tenth person — (I saw) this se A i R personne,/, que j'ai vue ss morning....
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A new grammar of the Portuguese and English languages. Pt.1, Port. Pt.2 ...

Luiz Francisco Midosi - 1832
...attached to the monarch secured his crown. The participles are declinable, and their termination is according to the gender and number of the noun to which they are annexed; as, Este homem Ŕ amado, This man is loved; estas mulheres sam aborrecidas, these women...
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The national French grammar

G I. Bertinchamp - 1844
...adjectives in the French language that are comparisons of themselves. They change their writing agreeably to the gender and number of the noun to which they relate. These adjectives are : Meilleur, better; Moindre, less; Pire, worse. The term meilleur is the comparative...
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Pontet's conversational grammar, a new French grammar. [With ..., Volume 1

DÚsirÚ Pontet - 1847
...celui-lÓ, celle-lÓ, ceux-lÓ, ceUet-lÓ, and tJu latter, by celui-ci, celle-ci, ceux-ci, cellet-ci, according to the gender and number of the noun to which they refer. (e.) Ci, and lÓ, are also placed after substantives, to denote the same distinction. (d.) Ceci...
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A new comparative French grammar, and phraseological reference book

Marin J George de La Voye - 1847
...FIRST RULE.—Where two adjectives are combined in forming an adjective-compound, both adjectives vary, according to the gender and number of the noun to which they refer ; aveugle-nÚ, premier-nÚ, mortnÚ, ivre-mort, sourd-muet, are examples of such adjectives :...
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Les premiers pas in the French language

Louis Philippe R. Fenwick de Porquet - 1850
..., 6th. Him, her, and them, coming after a preposition, are translated by lui, elle, eux, or elles, according to the gender and number of the noun to which they refer. 7th. Le is often used to avoid the repetition of an adjective. 8th. ]T always refers to inanimate...
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A Grammar of the Spanish Language ...

Alfred Elwes - Spanish language - 1852 - 149 pages
...as pronouns, they follow, for the most part, the rules of Spanish adjectives, and many of them vary according to the gender and number of the noun to which they are prefixed. These are the principal:— m.alguno, 1 some one, fir &ny ODG. i. (tifIun& t 1 i_ j •...
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Elements of French grammar

Victor Richon - French language - 1866 - 61 pages
...(1) In English, qualificative adjectives źever vary ; hut in French, they change their termination, according to the gender and number of the noun to which they relate. SINGULAR PLURAL Before a consonant or h not mute. before a vowel or h mule. before all nouns mascul....
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