A German Reader for Beginners in School or College with Notes and Vocabulary

A German Reader for Beginners in School or College with Notes and Vocabulary

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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. 1889 edition. Excerpt: ...sing, verb, especially when subjects follow. 4. As if, etc.--inverted--for alS ruenn... Ware. 5. Subj. idiom: let him do what he may do. 6. Note dat., smiles on. 7. Rhyming phrase: lying and deceit. Case? 8. This position of gen.--in prose usual only of persons--is more frequent in poetry, as also in English. 9. Poetic--also colloquial--contraction. The use of present for future--frequent in prose--is still more so in poetry. 47. 1. He who. 2. Impers.; transl. obj. as subject. 3. Adverbs--of same form as adjs. 4. Also biiud)t, impers. seems. 5. Refers to SUillt, literally, but by implication to the man thus described. 6. Verb go implied. This poem was written in 1813, during the stirring time of the war against Napoleon. 48. 1. 3)a simply repeats foregoing. 2. Poet. einen. 3. Subj. should like to. 4. The infins. should strictly stand last. 5. 2Bof)l is intensive--deep into. 6. Here camp-fires. 7. Infin. idiom.--going. 8. Adv. superl. best of all. 9. Then it would be--literally bct 3 iliiil)lrob--by implication, his troubled heart; as 47, 5., 49. 1. When--indef. 2. Sttt'fef)en--such wide separation is more common in prose than in poetry, which, in general, does not admit of elaborate periods. 3. Used only pred. in certain phrases: cannot see enough. 4. Dep. on faget. 5. For etlua8, as frequently. Note poet. for 33effere8. 6. This form frequent also in prose. 7. Namely, bct8 Seffere, 1. 15. 50. The sentiment is similar to that in 48. 1. Poetic repetition, as 48, 1. 2. That is, into the valley. 3. Infin. idiom, without knowing--the poet suggests the contrast of a blooming meadow and a desolate heart. 4. uer pOffe implies idly, or unconsciously. 5. That is, her door--at which he is gazing. 6. Meaning, all the past happy time. 7. With promise of good...show more

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