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Abenakis adjectives apples assail aunt aurais autres auxiliary verb Avoir beautiful better boys brother carry cent Comp COMPOUND TENSES Cond CONDITIONAL MOOD conjugated consonant deux direct object donne English été aimé Etre Exercise expressed in French father faut finish flowers fois French language Future garden gender and number give h aspirated homme horse hundred imperative mood Imperfect Tense Indicative Mood Indie indirect object infinitive mood interrogative J'ai J'aurai l'autre l'un l'une lesson loved Lucy m'en Mary masc masculine mother mute nominative noun oranges past participle peaches PERSONAL PRONOUNS pine-apples placed plur plural porté preposition present tense Pret Preterit Preterit Indefinite promene punish pupil Qu'il receive REFLECTED VERB relative pronoun Remark s'en SECT sell Send serais singular number sister sois speak Subj Subjunctive Mood thee thine thou to-morrow translated into French Vocabulary vowel walk write
Page 5 - The object of this little book is to present to the young student a condensed view of the elements of the French Language in a clear and simple manner, and, at the same time, to lessen the fatigue incurred by the teacher in giving repeated verbal explanations of the most important rules of Etymology.
Page 118 - Infinitive, retain i after y in the first and second persons plural of the imperfect of the indicative, and the present of the subjunctive : as, nous payions, nous employions, vous appuyiez ; que nous payions, que vous payiez ; from payer, employer, appuyer.
Page 35 - ... four hundred five hundred six hundred seven hundred eight hundred...
Page 55 - These pronouns must agree in gender and number with the noun which they represent ; they are declined as follows : SlNGULAR.
Page 114 - That thou mightest be. Qu'il fût, That he might be. Que nous fussions, That we might be. Que vous fussiez, That you might be. Qu'ils fussent, That they might be.
Page 102 - In passive verbs, the past participle agrees in gender and number with the noun or pronoun to which it refers ; the feminine is formed by adding an e mute, and the plural by the addition of an s.
Page 27 - When the two substantives to which the adjective relates are of different genders, the adjective is to be put in the masculine plural.
Page 27 - II. When the adjective relates to two substantives singular of the same gender, it must be put in the plural, and agree with them in gender. EXAMPLE.