Cassell's Lessons in French. from the 'Popular Educator'. 2pt. Revised by Prof. de Lolme, Corrected by E. Roubaud. 2pt. [With] Key

Cassell's Lessons in French. from the 'Popular Educator'. 2pt. Revised by Prof. de Lolme, Corrected by E. Roubaud. 2pt. [With] Key

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1880 edition. Excerpt: ...in the plural, bien, as an adverb of quantity does not require the article du, &c., but the preposition de: J'ai vu bien d'autres pays, I have Been many other countries. t This rule applies to the determinative adjectives, mon, ton, son, oe, cet, &c. The father and mother seemed to excite their little companion to feed upon it first. Le pere et la mere semblaient exciter leur petite compagne a a'en repaitre la premiere. BuFFOn. (2.) The article will, therefore, be repeated, when one of two adjectives united by the conjunction et, qualifies a noun expressed, and the other a noun understood: --L'histoire ancienne et la I Ancient and modern history. moderne. I that is, l'histoire ancienne et l'histoire moderne. Ancient and modern philo Les philosophes anciens et les modernes. Le premier et le second iHage. Note.--In this case the r singular. (3.) Should, however, the two adjectives qualify the same expressed word, the article must not be repeated: --sophcrs. The first and second stories. un expressed is used in the Le sage et pieux Fenelon a des droits bien acquis a l'estime generale. GlRAULT DUVIVIER. A ces mots, il lui tend le doux et tendre ouvrage. Boileau. (4.) When two nouns are joined by the conjunction ou, and the second is merely a repetition or explanation of the first, the article should not be repeated: --The cheeks or sides of the condor's head are covered with The wise and pious Finelon has well established rights to general esteem. At these words he presents to him the sweet and tender book. Les joues OU c&tes de la tete du condor, sont couvertes d'un duvet noir. Buffojj. On distinguait parmi les nobles les palatins ou gouverneurs des provinces. J. J. Rousseau. black down. They distinguished among the...show more

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