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An easy grammar of the French language - Page 15
1863
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A grammar of the French language, with practical exercises

N. Wanostrocht, J. C. Tarver - 1860
...pronouns which always precede a substantive, and never take the article, are, MASC. FEM. I'l.mtAL. mon, ma, mes, my. ton, ta, tes, thy. son, sa, ses, his. OF BOTH GENDERS. SING. PLURAL notre, nos, our. votre, vos, your. leur, leurs, their. The possessive...
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A Grammar of the French Language, with Practical Exercises

Nicholas Wanostrocht - French language - 1817 - 468 pages
...English) in gender, number, and case : They are, SINGULAR. PLURAL. Masc. Fern. Both Genders. Man*, Ma. Mes, my. Ton*, Ta, Tes, thy. Son*, Sa, Ses, his, her, or itsBoth Genders. Notre, Nos, our. Votre, Vas, your. Leur, Leurs, theirs. They are declined with...
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A French grammar

J V. Douville - 1824
...property. We shall divide them into two classes, the Conjunctive and the Relative. The Conjunctive are — mon, ma, mes, my; ton, ta, tes, thy; son, sa, ses, his, her, or its ; notre, nos, our; votre, vos, your; leur, leurs, their. They are called Conjunctive, because...
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The elements of French grammar, revised and enlarged by A.M.D. G***, tr. by ...

Charles François Lhomond - 1826
...that is to say, the book which belongs to me, &c. Singular. , . Plural. Mas. Fern. Of both genders. Mon, Ma; Mes; My. Ton, Ta; Tes; thy Son, Sa; Ses; his, her, its. Notre, - Notre ; Nos ; our. Vutre, fotre; Vos ; " your. Leur, Leur ; Leurs ; their. These Pronouns are always united to a noun...
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A practical grammar of the French language

H John Rowbotham - 1826
...PRONOUNS. • Singular. Plural. Mas. Fern. Masc. and Fern. Mon, ma, mes, my ton, ta, tes, thy SOB, sa, ses, his, her, its notre, notre, nos, our votre, votre, vos, your leur, leur, leurs, their The preceding pronouns are always placed before nouns, with which they must agree in gender and number...
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A new grammar of the French language

M. Dunne - 1831
...Pronouns denote possession or property ; they are — SINGULAR. PLURAL. Masculine. Feminine. m. & f . mon, ma, mes, my. ton, ta, tes, thy son, sa, ses, his, her, its. Singular, mas. & fem. Plural, mas & fem. notre, nos, our. votre, vos, your. leur, leurs, their. They...
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Le Traducteur; Or, Historical, Dramatic, & Miscellaneous Selections from the ...

French language - 1831 - 417 pages
...elle« them POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS.— Conjunctive. mon ma mes tny ton ta tes (Ay son sa ses hit, her,it notre notre nos our votre votre vos your leur leur leurs their POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS.— Disjuncti te. le la les les mien mienne miens miennes mine tien tienne tiens...
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J.V. Douville 's Speaking French Grammar: Forming a Series of Sixty ...

J. V. Douville - French language - 1835 - 496 pages
...divided into conjunctive and relative, as before explained. The conjunctive possessive pronouns are :—mon, ma, mes, my; ton, ta, tes, thy ; son, sa, ses, his, her, or its ; notre, nos, our ; votre, vos, your; and lew, leurs, their. These pronouns are called conjunctive,...
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J.V. Douville 's Speaking French Grammar: Forming a Series of Sixty ...

J. V. Douville - French language - 1835 - 496 pages
...into conjunctive and relative, as before explained. The conjunctive possessive pronouns are: — man, ma, mes, my; ton, ta, tes, thy ; son, sa, ses, his, her, or its ; noire, nos, our ; votre, vos, your; and leur, leurs, their. These pronouns are called conjunctive,...
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A Practical Grammar of the French Language

John Rowbotham - French language - 1838 - 324 pages
...PRONOUNS. Singular. Plural. Masc. Fem. Masc. and Fem. Mon, ma, mes, my ton, ta, tes, thy aon, sa, s«s, his, her, its notre, notre, nos, our votre, votre, vos, your leur, leur, leurs, their The preceding pronouns are always placed before nouns, with which they must agree in gender and number...
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