Le trésor de l'écolier; or, Translating English into French at sight

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Fenwick de Porquet, 1842 - French language - 195 pages
 

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Page xi - ... one deux two trois three quatre four cinq five six six sept seven huit eight neuf nine dix ten onze eleven douze twelve treize thirteen quatorze fourteen quinze fifteen seize sixteen dix-sept seventeen dix-huit eighteen dix-neuf nineteen vingt twenty vingt et un twenty-one vingt-deux, etc.
Page xix - Q,ne je vend-e, that I may sell Que tu vend-es, that thou mayst sell Qu'il vend-e, that he may sell Que nous vend-ions, that we may sell Que vous vend-iez, that you may sell Qu'ils vend-ent, that they may sell...
Page xiii - I was. tu étais, thou wast. il était, he was. nous étions, we were.
Page 6 - Sight," informs the Nobility, Gentry, and Heads of Schools, that he has numerous applications from English, French, and German Governesses, Tutors, and Teachers in every branch of Education, in want of Situations.
Page 1 - System, thus to state our opinion of its merits and advantages in the work of instruction."— EDUCATIONAL MAGAZINE.
Page 6 - ... informs the Nobility, Gentry, and Heads of Schools, that he has numerous applications from English, French, and German Governesses, Tutors, and Teachers, in every branch of Education, in want of situations. Monsieur de Porquet's experience as a Teacher, it is considered, enables him to be...
Page 8 - ELEMENTS OF PRACTICAL HARMONY, or what is generally called THOROUGH BASE ; in which is explained the method by which the knowledge of the Theory of Music may be combined with, and made subservient to, the acquirement of great facility of Execution upon the Pianoforte, according to the German School. By JOHN VALENTINE. 3s. 6d, Has been manifested by the Press, and by practical men, on the very great importance of adopting universally Mr. FENWICK DE PORQUET'S Elementary Books for Teaching Conversational...
Page 4 - SEQUEL to the PARiSIAN PHRASEOLOGY; or a Collection of Short French Phrases for Beginners; in which Verbs Regular and Irregular have been displayed in a manner conducive to retain them with less difficulty, than by committing them severally to Memory : a Companion to the PARISIAN PHRASEOLOGY. Price 2s 6d.
Page xiii - Je serais, / should be. Tu serais, thou shouldst be. Il serait, he should be. Nous serions, we should be. Vous seriez, you should be. Ils seraient, they should be.

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