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Cassell's Lessons in French. from the 'Popular Educator'. 2pt. Revised by ...
Louis Fasquelle,J L De Lolme
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action adding adjective adverb agrees aimés or aimées auxiliary avoir bien brother c'est called chanté cloth COMPOUND TENSES Conditional Conjugation conjunction direct object drais ending English Equivalents été aimé être Exception express faire fait feminine fini finished flatté flattered French Words frère FUTURE give given govern grand homme Imperative Imperfect indefinite indicative INDICATIVE MOOD indirect infinitive invariable irregular J'ai livre loved manner Masculine Meaning in English ment MOOD n'est names never noun nous one's Paronyms past Past Definite person placed plural possessive preceded preposition present pronoun qu'il Qu'on RACINE received reçu reference relation relative require Rule sell sense sentence sing singular sold speak subjunctive substantively termination things third thou tion tive tout vendu verb
Page 51 - Qu'on soit that one may be Que nous soyons that we may be Que vous soyez that you may be Qu'ils soient that they may be...
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Page xiv - There are two sorts of nouns : proper and common. (3.) A proper noun is applied to a particular person or thing ; as, Napoleon, Napoleon ; Paris, Paris.
Page 22 - On peut être héros sang ravager la terre. BOILEAU. There is merit without elevation, but there is no elevation without some merit. Whatever vain laurels war may promise, one may be a hero without ravaging the earth. ' (13.) Quelque having the sense of about or some or however, is invariable : Quel âge avez-vous ? Vous avez bon visage ! Eh I quelque soixante ans.