Zopf Und Schwert; Lustspiel in Funf Aufzugen

Zopf Und Schwert; Lustspiel in Funf Aufzugen

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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. 1893 edition. Excerpt: ...and an invention, &c. Cf. the Fr. prendre des informations. Say, 'wishes to ascertain by close inquiry on the spot.' 26. it tief Sage ibjiu)eifcn...fet. abseifen and begegnen, like all verbs which govern the dat., can be used in the passive only impersonally; so, u)m wurbe befohlen, he was ordered. Trans. 'how this condition of things is to be remedied, ' &c Aue, 297. Whit 279, 2; 280, 3. Eve, 179. 27. Erfuhre man, 'If it were to become known.' 28. wrgeftetlt tourbe: sorgefteto motten ift would be more regular. See Whit. 336, 2; or Eve, 152. 31. SBiU...abgeben: toollen often means simply 'to be about to, going to, ' cf. 27, 3; 28, 3; 30, 3, &c. Page 12. 4. SpracCmeifler: we now say SpracfytcCter.--See Introduction. 5. Saarpe get (see 18, 23, n.) ju . We should rather say, 'will come.' So always for, 'I came away at ten, ' 3e$ ging...eg. 7. 3u mir fcarf.... With the 'verbs of mood' and some others of similar meaning, and a prep, with its case, or an adv., indicating motion, the verb of motion is often omitted; cf. 20,; jo, 8; 90, 22, 26.-8. ftcC a(e...auemeifen or ernjeifen, to show oneself or turn out to be. fid) auiroetfen used absolutely = fid) iegitimtren, the official term now in use for, to establish one's identity, rights, powers, &c.; cf. 37, 3, n. Trans, 'who cannot give an account of himself to the castle-guard.' 9. SJcrttog is here used like our 'lecture, ' with an extension of its proper meaning, for 'lesson, ' Stunde.--bei, cf. 1. 8, corresponds to the Fr. chez; say, 'in the apartments of....' 16. Sonntagtid) ( = (r)onntagi), not a generally current form, but here expressing the covert playful humour.
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  • Paperback | 26 pages
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  • English
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