Graded German Lessons Being a Practical German Grammar; By William Eysenbach

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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. 1887 edition. Excerpt: II. 1H 3jd) farm meinen dtoi nidbt artjiefcen; ber (c)cfmetber 1 The verbs massed at the end. See 183, 2. Compare 195. See note 3, page 108. With what auxiliary is Inm= men conjugated? 4 Be mindful of the order. 5 As aui in ouSjieen is a separable prefix, it comes at the end. 6 Whenever the dependent clause precedes the principal, the latter must begin with the verb, or with fn followed by the verb. umgefef/rt, turned round, vice versa. roaf/renb (prep, with gen.), during. abnebmen, nabm ah, abgenom= men, to take off. abjief/en, jog ab, abgejogen, to draw off. abbefteHen, to countermand. anjiefyen, jog an, angejogen, to put on, draw on. au2$ief/en, jog au, auSgejogen, to draw off, pull off. beftellen, to order, sendfor. corrigie'ren, to correct. fallen, fiel, gefatten (f.), tofall. fefifyalten, to holdfast. fortblafen, blie fort, fortge= blafen, to blow off. mitbringen, brad)te mit, mitge= bracfjt, to bring with one. mitfommen, fam mit, mitge= fommen (f.), to come with one. 1 Observe and imitate. 8 Make an observation on the tense. 189. Stufgabc. 1. Your boots are quite wet, Charles; take them off directly! 2. He was to have taken off his boots, but he would not, and got a bad cold. 3. I have been in the rain the whole morning,1 and if I do not take off my wet coat, I shallJ get a cold. 4. Take your hat off in the room, if you please. 5. This man was not inclined to take his hat off, but in the end he was obliged to. 6. If you do not take off your hat, somebody will knock it4 off. 7. Will you not take off your bonnet and shawl, Mrs. I-., and stay to dinner with us? 8. We shall dine in half an5 hour. 9. Will not your sister Emily stay to supper with us? 10. She is very sorry, she cannot accept your kind invitation, she must.
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