A grammar of the French language

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Page 6 - There are two numbers ; the singular and the plural. The singular number is that which denotes but one ; as, The boy learns. The plural number is that which denotes more than one ; as, The boys learn.
Page 119 - I may have had. que tu aies eu, that thou mayst have had. qu'il ait eu, that he may have had. que nous ayons eu, that we may have had. que vous ayez eu, that you may have had.
Page 117 - J'avais eu, I had had. tu avais eu, thou hadst had. il avait eu, he had had. nous avions eu, we had had. vous aviez eu, you had had. ils avaient eu, they had had.
Page 325 - Believe de me, I have long suspected them, and now I am very certain that both your cousins and they have had a share in the booty. — We should often be ashamed of our finest actions, if the world knew all the motives which cause them.
Page 44 - NUMBERS 1st first 2nd second 3rd third 4th fourth 5th fifth 6th sixth 7th seventh 8th eighth 9th ninth 10th tenth llth eleventh 12th twelfth 13th thirteenth 14th fourteenth 15th fifteenth 16th sixteenth 17th seventeenth 18th eighteenth 19th nineteenth 20th twentieth 21st...
Page 5 - English, nine sorts of words, or, as they are commonly called, PARTS OF SPEECH ; namely, the ARTICLE, the SUBSTANTIVE or NOUN, the ADJECTIVE, the PRONOUN, the VERB, the ADVERB, the PREPOSITION, the CONJUNCTION, and the INTERJECTION. 1.
Page 117 - J'eus eu, I had had. Tu eus eu, thou hadst had. Il eut eu, he had had. Nous eûmes eu, we had had. Vous eûtes eu, you had had. Ils eurent eu, they had had.
Page 85 - ... according to the gender and number of the substantive to which it...
Page 138 - I may speak. que tu parles, that thou mayst speak. qu'il parle, that he may speak. que nous parlions, that we may speak. que vous parliez, that you may speak. qu'ils parlent, that they may speak. Imperfect.
Page 140 - This takes place in the first and second persons plural of the Imperfect of the Indicative, and of the Present of the Subjunctive: Words.

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