The First German Book; Grammar, Exercises, Conversation and Translation, with a List of Useful Words to Be Committed to Memory and Two Vocabularies

The First German Book; Grammar, Exercises, Conversation and Translation, with a List of Useful Words to Be Committed to Memory and Two Vocabularies

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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. 1896 edition. Excerpt: ... gegeben, e fy atte negeben, there has (have) there may have (if) there had been been been fdjon. 8. g tounbert mid), bag er nidjt gett. 9. 5 argert mid), bag id) fdjlafen gefyen foil. 10. 2Ba8 langroeilt 8ie? 11. 28 efelt midj, ba8 ju feljen. 12. SBarum efett e8 bidj? 13. 2BaS ift gefdjeb/n? 14. 2agt e8? EXERCISE 41. 1. Did it hail in the night? 2. Yes, it lightened, thundered, and hailed. 8. Are there (any) Trenchmen in this country? 4. What was the matter? 6. I wondered that nothing was the matter. 6. It wearies us. 7. We are hungry. 8. Does it rain? 9. No, it snows; yesterday it rained. 10. It vexes me that I am to go home. 11. What did happen? 12. Did it rain? 18. What disgusts him? 14. Did it thunder? LESSON XLIV. PSEPOSITZOVa Of German prepositions some govern the dative, others the accusative, and others again the genitive Some of them govern either the dative 01 accusative, according to their meaning. 1. Prepositions governing; the Dative only. and, anfer, dei, rait, nod), don, 311 MEANING SHOWN BY EXAMPLES. ouS bem SBaffer, out of the water, aufjer bem ficmfe, out of the house. aufer bem Rnooen, besides (except) the boy, 6ei bem gluffe, near the river, tei mir, near me, with me. mit bir, with thee. mit bem (c)beere, witn the spear. na& mir, after me. nacI) Setbjig, to Leipsio. bon mtr, of me, by me. bon Slom, from Bome, ju Albert, to (towards) Albert, ju bem Sailer, to the baker's (house, shop), jju Sober, at Dover. um'gebn, gingurn, umgegangert, to associate with (umgefyen has the same preposition after it as in English mit, thus: to associate with, umgefyen mit). ttobnen, to live, dwell. jielfen, jog, gejogen, to draw, to putt. Tint Glenn Book. ftbung. 1. 9D?an jog ba8 Stinb au8 bem (c)affer. 2 C?show more

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  • Paperback | 24 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 1mm | 64g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236899822
  • 9781236899828