A First-Book in German, to Precede the "German Course."

A First-Book in German, to Precede the "German Course."

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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. 1881 edition. Excerpt: ...my French exercise. 11.1 can not find my new gloves. 12. When did you lose your new gloves? 13.1 lost them this morning. 14. Yesterday was a hot day. 15. We are now having hot weather. 16. What do you think was the price of that large house? 17. Which large house do you mean? 18.1 mean the large house on the left-hand side of the street. 19.1 do not know; perhaps fifteen thousand thalers. 20. William Kranzler told me day before yesterday that it cost eighteen thousand and five hundred thalers 21. The small house next to the new church cost only four thousand seven hundred and fifty thalers. Grammatical. 1. Adjectives are compared by adding to the positive degree tt for the comparative degree, and =ft or =cft for the superlative degree: Positive. Comparative. Superlative. fein, fine, fein=er, finer, jeinft, finest. rri(b, rich, reidKr, richer, retd)=ft, richest. fd)Brt, beautiful, fcbiincr, more beautiful, fd)iinft, most beautiful. milb, mild, milber, milder, milb=eft, mildest. laut, loud, lautet, louder, Iaut=eft, loudest. betfj, hot, tyeifcet, hotter, beifj=ejt, hottest. 2. When the positive is a monosyllable, the radical vowel, if a, 0, or JI, usually take the umlaut in the comparative and superlative degrees: alt, old, filter, older, filteft, oldest. roorm, warm, tBorner, warmer, rofirmft, warmest. lang, long, ISuget, longer, liSug=ft, longest. grob, coarse, gtib'tt, coarser, grBbft, coarsest. turj, short, Hlrjet, shorter, Wrj'tft, shortest. jung, young, juUfl'et, younger, jilngft, youngest. 3. The following adjectives are compared irregularly: gut, good, beffer, better, heft, best. bod), high, bBber, higher, &iieifl, highest. nabe, near, naber, nearer, tlfid)fi, nearest. Diel, much, mebr, more, meifi, most. grofj, great, large, grtffjer, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 28 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 68g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123663960X
  • 9781236639608