The English and the French Languages Compared in Their Grammatical Constructions; In Two Parts. an Introduction to the Syntax of Both Languages Volume

The English and the French Languages Compared in Their Grammatical Constructions; In Two Parts. an Introduction to the Syntax of Both Languages Volume

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1816 edition. Excerpt: ...This house is jine, It is well situated; cette maison est belle, Elle est bien situe'e. II. It, as an accusative, is expressed by le (him), for the masculine; and by la (her), for the feminine.--Ex. fVhen I like a book, I read It twice; lorsqu'un licre me plait, je Le lis deux fois. Say your lesson, if you know It; diles voire legon, si vous La savez. It, as an accusative, is also expressed by le, when it relates to a whole sentence.--Ex. Who has gained the victory? J have not heard It. Qui a remporte la victoire? Je ne h'ai pas entendu dire. EXERCISE. The air is different according to the situation of those provinces. In the north, it is temperate; in the south, it is warm. This comparison is very odd; but it gives me an exact idea of the thing. Do not refuse me your confidence. I will endeavour to deserve it by my sincerity. Without me, without that fatal passion which you cherish in your bosom, and which has brought about your ruin, you would have been happy. But, if you love me, let not your courage abandon you: let it revive at the voice of your wife; and the sight of your children. To us who live in the country those sights are wonderful; but they have lost their novelty to you, who are accustomed to see them. My greatest satisfaction is to settle my plans, in order to live snug upon a small estate, and lead that kind of life to Which I give the preference. There is a lady who will be my benefactress. I shall not, mention her name: but you may guess whom I mean. It your pupil grows negligent, admonish him gently for the #rst time; if he is unmindful of the advice yon give him, warn him again; but threaten to inflict a chastisement on him, if he does not mend. Q. I. How are the pronouns it, them, expressed after the preposition of--I speak...show more

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