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" ... after the verb in the simple tenses, and between the auxiliary and the participle in the compound tenses... "
Cortina's French Method (twenty Lessons) Intended for Use in Schools, Etc ... - Page 165
by Rafael Diez de la Cortina - 1918 - 338 pages
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The popular educator, Volumes 1-2; Volume 5

Popular educator - 1852
...singular of the present of the indicative) [§ 98 (4) (5)], by placing the pronoun after the verb in all the simple tenses, and between the auxiliary and the participle in the compound tenses. Cbantez voue bien ? Avez voue bien chanté ? N'avez roue рае bien chanté ? Do you not sing Wut...
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The Popular Educator, Volume 1

1856
...singular of the present of the indicative) [§98 (4) (5)], by placing the pronoun after the verb in all the simple tenses, and between the auxiliary and the participle in the compound tenses. Chantez TOUS bien î Avez vous bien chante ? N'avez TOUS pas bien chanté ? [Sect. 5, К. 2.] Ne chantez...
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A New Method of Learning the French Language ...: On the Plan of Woodbury's ...

Louis Fasquelle - 1857
...! CORNEILLE. crush iti (4.) In interrogative sentences the nominative pronoun is placed immediately after the verb in the simple tenses, and between the auxiliary and the participle, in the compound : — Où suis-je ? qu'ai-je fait 1 que doisje faire encore ! Where am I ? what have I done ? what...
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A French Grammer: Containing All the Rules of the Language, Upon a New and ...

Théodore Charles comte de Laporte - French language - 1857 - 607 pages
...their place in regard to these words ; and, first, in reference to the verb. The adverb is generally placed after the verb in the simple tenses, and between the auxiliary and the past participle in the compound ; The best informed man is generally he L'homme le tnieux informe est...
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The popular educator, Volume 3

Popular educator - 1860
...COBXF.ILLE. | thunder cnah it I (4.) In interrogative sentences the nominative pronoun ia placed immediately after the verb in the simple tenses, and between the auxiliary and the participle in the compound :— Oil tiut-jtt qu'ai-je fail? qin I When am If <rhal hoot I done t doi«-j« falre encore ? | what...
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Grammar of Household Words Adapted to the Separate Or Simultaneous Study of ...

J. de Poix-Tyrel - English language - 1861 - 179 pages
...adjectives may be used as adverbs, such as voir clair; coûter cher, &c. &c. In French the adverb is placed after the verb in the simple tenses, and between the auxiliary verb and participle in the compound tenses. Adverbs denoting time in an indeterminate manner are placed...
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Grammar of household words in four languages, adapted to the separate or ...

J de Poix-Tyrel - 1863
...adjectives may be used as adverbs, such as voir clair ; coûter cher, &c. &c. In French the adverb is placed after the verb in the simple tenses, and between the auxiliary verb and participle in the compound tenses. Adverbs denoting time in an indeterminate manner are placed...
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The first guide to French, or An easy method of learning the principles of ...

François Quesnel - French language - 1865 - 169 pages
...modify the sense of a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. Place the adverbs modifying verbs next to the verb in the simple tenses and between the auxiliary and the principal verb in the compound tenses : je le vois souvent, I often see Mm. je lui ai quelquefois parlé...
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A New Method of Learning the French Language: Embracing Both the Analytic ...

Louis Fasquelle - French language - 1868 - 491 pages
...the indicative,) [j 98, (4.) (5.), L. 25, R. 1.] by placing the pronoun after the vsru, in all tho simple tenses, and between the auxiliary and the participle, in the compound tenses. Chantez-vous bien 1 Do you sing wett f Avez-voua bien chante" ? Have you sung wctlf N'avez-vous pas...
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A French grammar, for the use of English students

Antonin Roche - 1869
...VERB. The negatives no and not are expressed in French by ne, placed after the subject, and by pas, placed after the verb in the simple tenses, and between...auxiliary and the participle in the compound tenses. Conjugation of a Negative Verb. INDICATIVE PRESENT. (/ do not speak.) Je ne parl-e pas. tu ne parl-es...
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