Exercises to the Rules and Construction of French Speech; Consisting of Passages Extracted Out of the Best French Authors. with a Reference to the Grammar-Rules, to Be Turned Back Into French

Exercises to the Rules and Construction of French Speech; Consisting of Passages Extracted Out of the Best French Authors. with a Reference to the Grammar-Rules, to Be Turned Back Into French

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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. 1792 edition. Excerpt: ...to be done ftill. fache le (a) cela a faire eiifort I would diflfuade him from it, far from advifing him to it. diJJ'uader en lain de confeiller lui. le. Did not you fay that you would go to France? dire aller I wifh you may fucceed. I wifli you would write. fouLaiter reujjir. (a), ecrire. I hope that he will behave better and pleafe you. efferer fe comporter cuntenter, I Jay that he is in the wrong... gager avoir tort. I maintain that he is in the right..., '-'. fouienir avoir raifoa. She is forry that he is come, /debt. They wonder that you refufe that place, ',"' on s'etonner refufer 'place f. He pretends that his orders fhould be executed. pr it entire ordrem. (b) executer. I could neyer have thought that you had fubmitted to fo hard jamais (c) croire Jefo-me'ttre, duf terms, condition f. 1 doubt that any Fhilofopher ever knew the origin of the winds. douler Pbllofofbe jamais foanoitre origiae f. vent m. I will undertake nothing befoie I have confulted wife people. cntreprendre que and ne confulter fage gens, I did not know that you had learnt Mathematics. favoir apfrenAre Mathematiques. You did not think that they had laid a fnare for you. croire tendre fiege m. - 1 You would have thought it amifsj if we had adted contrary to trouiier mau-vaisque contre-venir 3d ft. your orders, ordre m. it is omitted in French..' Seethe ib, $tb, and'&tb obfervations. Gram. Pag. 283, 284, &c It is true that Mifs A. is to have a large fortune, but fheis alfo it urai Mademoifelle (A) gras dot (. (a) / vii/h. fcefor: any preterite or conditional, is made in French by the ccndltional 7 jkould wtftr. (b) This verb fiould be s to be rendered by the ptefent of the iubj. muod, the firmer pretends being the prefent of the indicative. (c) ii, is...show more

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  • Paperback | 56 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 118g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236579143
  • 9781236579140