A Course of the French Language: Introductory to Fasquelle's Larger French Course

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Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor & Company, 1878 - French language - 300 pages

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Page 9 - Les 20 consonnes sont : b, c, d, f, g, h, j, k, l, m, n, p, q, r, s, t, v, w, x, z.
Page 249 - I may be. que tu sois, that thou mayst be. qu'il soit, that he may be. que nous soyons, that we may be. que vous soyez, that you may be. q'uils soient, that they may be.
Page 279 - J'avais eu, Tu avais eu, II avait eu Nous avions eu, Vous aviez eu, Ils avaient eu, / had had.
Page 9 - УаУ* double yay, eeks, egrec, zed. 2. The alphabet is divided into six vowels; A, E, I, O, U, Y, and nineteen consonants : B, C, D, F, G, H, J, K, L, M, N, P, Q, R, S, T, V, (W), X, z. 3. The new names given to the French consonants are taken from their sounds in words'.
Page 268 - Qu'on fût that one might be Que nous fussions that we might be Que vous fussiez that you might be Qu'ils fussent that they might be...
Page 249 - I may have que tu aies that thou mayest have qu'il ait that he may have 7 que nous ayons that we may have que vous ayez that you may have qu'ils aient that they may have IMPARFAIT.
Page 268 - Que tu eusses, that thou mightest have. Qu'il eût, that he might have. Que nous eussions, that we might have. Que vous eussiez, that you might have. Qu'ils eussent, that they might have.
Page 54 - I have not tu n'as pas, thou hast not il n'a pas, he has not elle n'a pas, she has not nous n'avons pas, we have not vous n'avez pas, you have not ils n'ont pas. they have not.
Page 24 - E is frequently silent at the end of a syllable in the middle of a word...
Page 44 - Ma plume, My. pen. Son livre, His or her book. Sa plume, His or her pen.

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