New Method of Learning to Read the French Language

New Method of Learning to Read the French Language

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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. 1850 edition. Excerpt: ... you hang my hat on the tree? I will hang it thereon.--How are you to-day? I am not very well.--What is the matter with you? I have a violent headache and a cold.--Where did you catch a cold 1 I caught it last night in gong from the play.--How old is your niece? She is about 10 years old. The meat. Fresh meat. Fresh beef. The food. The dish. Salt meats. Salt meat. Cool water. Some good victuals. The dainty dishes. Milk-food. To march, to walk, to step. Obs. 138i. Marcher must not be mistaken for se promener. (441.) former means to walk, and the latter to walk for pleasure. Questionner, 1 (21, ), la question. La cravate, la voiture, la maison. La lettre, la famille, la promesse. Lajambe, la jambe droite, la gauche. Cette gorge. Ce mal de gorge. Nous avons tous mal a la gorge. La viande. De la viande salee. De la viande fraiche. Du b uf frais. De l'eau fraiche. De bons aliments. Les entremets. Du laitage. L'aliment. Le mets. Des mets sales. Marcher, 1. The I have walked a good deal to-day. I have been walking in the garden with my mother. To walk or travel a mile. To walk or travel a league. To walk a step. To take a step, (meaning to take measures.) To go on a journey. To make a speech. A piece of business. An affair. To transact business. To meddle with something. What are you meddling with? I am meddling with my own business. I do not attend to it any longer. That traveler always meddles with other people's business. do not meddle with other people's business. Others, other people. J'ai marche beaucoup aujourd'hui. Je me suis promene dans le jardin avec ma mere, t Faire un mille, t Faire une lieue, t Faire un pas. t Faire une demarche. t Faire un voyage, t Faire un discours. Une affaire. Faire des...show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 254 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 13mm | 458g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236582497
  • 9781236582492