MacMillan's Progressive German Course. First (Second) Year. Second Year

MacMillan's Progressive German Course. First (Second) Year. Second Year

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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. 1886 edition. Excerpt: ...riding at full speed. 2. A lost opportunity is not easily found (say--finds itself) again. 3. A man despised by all honest people. 4. That is not keeping word faithfully. 5. Wearied with walking, we stopped in order to rest. 6. Rome was not built in a day. 7. We rely upon your keeping your promise. 8. Being tired, we sat down. 9. The earth produces, without being cultivated, plants of every kind. 10. Manlius was condemned to be thrown down from the Capitol. 11. The French Protestants, who had been compelled to leave their native country, established manufactories in several countries. AUXILIARY VERBS OF MOOD. See 52, pp. 70, VI. Notice the following peculiarities in which the German A uxiliary Verbs of Mood--wotten, follcn, miiffen, lonnett, rniigen, bftrfen. will, shall, must, can, may, be allowed (dare). differ from other Verbs, and from their English cognates, either in conjugation or in construction, or in both: --(1) Vowel-change in the Indicat. Pres. Sing, (except fotten): as, id? will (foil), mnf?, farnt, wag, barf, &c. loir iDoIIcn, fotlen, miiffen, fiimten, mBgen, biirfen, &c. (2) No vowel-modification in the Fret. (Impf.) Indie, and Part. Perf.: as, (i$ wcltte, follte); muffte, lonnte, modjte, burfte, &c. (gerootlt, gefotCt); gettmfjt, gefonnt, gemodjt, geburft. (3) No tenses and moods wanting--(a) Preterite: --iS) teoflte, foHte, mujjle, fomtte, modjte, bitrftc. I would, was to, had to, could, might, was allowed. (6) Pres. Perf. and Pluperfect, formed by means of--Aux. Verb + Part. Perf.: --(d) The Condit. Perf. is expressed by the Subjunctive Pret.: --i$ IjStte woHeu, fallen, miiffen, lonttcn, mbgen, biirfen. I should have been willing, &c See further on, p. 132, also p. 71. (c) Future Pres. and Condit....show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 95g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236799909
  • 9781236799906