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G^^ux, generous. jeune, young. for Messieurs. https://archive.org/stream/hamelsfrenchgra00hamegoog/hamelsfrenchgra00hamegoog_djvu.txt mardi.
CH-ut I Of th£ French AocENTS.f There are three different accents in French, called acute, grave, and circumflex. the blackbird whisties. cyder. Of the concord, dispositicm, and repe- tition of words in a sentence - - -413 What parts of speech agree together - - ib.
Nov. the hen ducks, the raven croaks. powder. ordinaire.
troublesome. N.B. doreur, gilder. Of ac^ectives - - - - 56 How to form the feminine of adyectives - - ib.
horoscope! temper. astre, m.
In all other substances in er it is sounded like e acute. teinturier, dyer. The order of the words in a sentence - - 414 What words must be repeated - - - 416 Words which may be el^antly repeated - - 418 Chap. 24. Over the i final in the participles of all verbs of the first conjugation, that is, which end in er in the infinitive mood, such are parlS, chantS, achete, aime, donnS,
just. ^tonnant. hyperbole, hyperbole. apooee. 7. mother.
baton. gracieux. hostie, victim. Words consist of one or more syllables ; and syllables, consist of one or more letters : the letters of the French tongue are the following, named nearly according to the
The table of the government of prepositions has been completely altered according to the rules of the French Academy. 6. it le Family Home of 8 bedrooms 2 reception rooms etc , rest £C in 2 acres in best residential area Suitable flats. Amertume» f. de Tencre, ink.
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