Elementary German Course

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D. Appleton and Company, 1876 - German language - 188 pages
 

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Contents

Formation of the Plural of Strong Nouns
31
Etymology ManFinderSpeaking
32
Like Lesson 30
33
Cardinal Numbers
34
Present of have Sentences showing the Accusative in its Singular and Plural Forms
35
Etymology Bindwash
36
Sentences containing the Accusative and Adjuncts with the Terminations of the latter omitted
37
First and Third Person Singular of the Present Tense of Verbs formed Sentences in which all the Grammatical Terminations are omitted
38
LEABON PAGE 46 Collection of Nouns The World Roman type
39
The Formation of the Comparative and Superlative of Adjectives Eng lish and German
40
Sentences with Adnominal Nouns and Adjuncts The Grammatical Ter minations omitted Roman type
41
Etymology Diligentlazyyoung etc
42
Present of to be Sentences illustrating the Comparative and Super lative
43
Sentences on Geographical Subjects with the Adjuncts in the Compara tive and Superlative
44
Sentences showing the Strong Adjective in both Numbers Omissions
45
Translation
46
Collection of Nouns The Division of Time Roman type
47
Possessive Pronouns in their Three Different Forms Sentences in Illus tration
48
Translation
49
Interrogative Adverbs Omissions Roman type
50
Verbs in the Infinitive Roman type
51
Sentences like those in last Lesson All the Grammatical Terminations omitted
52
Etymology ChildtrueSin etc The Root is denoted by a Dash only Roman type
53
Collection of Nouns The Animal Kingdom Roman type
54
LESBON PAGB 71 Conversational Practice Omissions 55 71 Conversational Practice Omissions 72 Formation of the Present and Imperfect of Weak ...
57
Reading Lessons Inflections shown
58
Imperfect of have Strong Verbs of the First Order with their Ablaut shown
59
Sentences in Illustration of last Lesson Omissions Roman type
60
Sentences illustrating the Strong Verbs
61
Reading Lesson America
62
The Denominations of Weights and Measures Roman type
63
Numbers and all their Derivatives
64
Sentences illustrating Lesson 83
66
Syntax of the Nominative and Accusative
67

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Page 120 - Hänschen hat noch viel begonnen, brachte nichts zu Ende. Drüber ist die Zeit verronnen, schwach sind seine Hände. Hänschen ist nun Hans geworden, und er sitzt voll Sorgen, hungert, bettelt, weint und klaget abends und am Morgen: »Ach, warum nicht war ich Dummer in der Jugend fleißig? Was ich immer auch beginne, dummer Hans nur heiß ich. Ach, nun glaub' ich selbst daran, daß aus mir nichts werden kann!
Page 115 - Papier," und dann machte es mit der Feder so viel feine Punkte darauf, daß sie kaum zu sehen und fast gar nicht zu zählen waren und einem die Augen vergingen, wenn man darauf blickte. Darauf sprach es 'so viel Sterne stehen am Himmel, als hier Punkte auf dem Papier, zählt sie nur.

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