A new grammar of French grammars

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Simpkin, Marshall & Company, 1862 - French language - 182 pages

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Page 31 - Six. 7. Sept. 8. Huit. 9. Neuf. 10. Dix. 11. Onze. 12. Douze. 13. Treize. 14. Quatorze. 15. Quinze. 16. Seize. 17. Dix-sept. 18. Dix-huit. 19. Dix-neuf. 20. Vingt. 21. Vingt et un. 22. Vingt-deux. 23. Vingt-trois.
Page 118 - Je m'en vais, tu t'en vas, il s'en va, nous nous en allons, vous vous en allez, ils s'en vont.
Page 26 - There are three degrees of comparison ; the positive, the comparative, and the superlative.
Page 5 - Fcp. 3s. 6d. handsomely bound. ' At once the simplest and most complete Grammar of the French language. To the pupil the effect is almost as if he looked into a map, so welldefined is the course of study as explained by M. de Fivas.'— LITERARY GAZETTE.
Page 65 - ... j'étais tu étais il était nous étions vous étiez ils étaient je fus tu fus il fut nous fûmes vous fûtes ils furent...
Page 32 - Vingt-cinq. 26 Vingt-six. 27 Vingt-sept. 28 Vingt-huit. 29 Vingt-neuf. 30 Trente. 31 Trente et un. 32 Trente-deux. 33 Trente-trois. 34 Trente-quatre. 35 Trente-cinq. 36 Trente-six. 37 Trente-sept. 38 Trente-huit. 39 Trente-neuf. 40 Quarante. 41 Quarante et un. 42 Quarante-deux. 43 Quarante-trois. 44 Quarante-quatre. 45 Quarante-cinq. 46 Quarante-six. 47 Quarante-sept. 48 Quarante-huit. 49 Quarante-neuf. 50 Cinquante. 51 Cinquante et un.
Page 60 - J'ai eu, I have had. Tu as eu, thou hast had. Il a eu, he has had. Nous avons eu, we have had. Vous avez eu, you have had. Ils ont eu, they have had.
Page 323 - Fivas to furnish a selection suited to youth of both sexes have been crowned with success, and we most warmly recommend it to all who are studying the French language, and to those to whom the education of youth is more particularly entrusted.
Page 115 - Infinitive, as prier, lier, are written with double ii in the first and second persons plural of the imperfect of the indicative, and present of the subjunctive ; as nous priions, vous priiez ;• que nous liions, que vous liiez.
Page 161 - Je luis, tu luis, il luit, nous luisons, vous luisez, ils luisent. — Je luisais.

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