Parliamentary Papers Volume 1

Parliamentary Papers Volume 1

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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. 1903 edition. Excerpt: ...equivalents of the following terminations--heit, schaft, ung, bar, sam, wegen. 4. (a) Give the principal parti of beten, bitten, Wendell, winden, dreschon, fahren, frieren, frcssen, rufen, wiegen. (6) What is the force of the prefixes lie, er, ge, zer? (c) Distinguish haben and sein, sein and werden as auxiliaries. 5. What distinction is there in the use of abcr and tondtrn, wider and yeyen, als and vunn, ob and irenn? li. Translate idiomatically: -Three and a-half pounds; a dozen pears are here; he took my watch from me; it is not worth a farthing; he is said to be br.ive; he claims to be brave. 7. Explain the following phrases: --I m Stiche lassen, ich sehe es dir an den Auen an, er konnte es nicht iiber das Here bringen, es war ihm als hatte er getriiumt, der Eine wollte liingst bezahlt haben. 8. Translate into German--(n) This morning I was walking by the sea, and saw, not far from the inn, an old sailor. b) The mark contains a hundred German pence, and one penny is almost equal to eight German pence. (c) United you arc a match for all your enemies, separated you are all but powerless. (f) There has seldem been a vainer monach than Louis XIV. of France, and who would have wondered at it, for he was surrounded by courtiers who flattered him in the most senseless manner. (t) In the vear 17X1. the Emperor Joseph journeyed through the Netherlands. (/) The sun is on the point of setting. g) Vespasian had taken a vow to condemn no one to death, and he kept it faithfully too. (h) The ass drinks as soberly as it eats, and never plunges its nose into the water for fear of the shadow of its ears. (-) At four in the morning he got up, iu a few minutes he had dressed, and by half-past four he was sitting at his writing-table and reading the letters.show more

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  • Paperback | 386 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 20mm | 685g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236524330
  • 9781236524331