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A New Practical and Easy Method of Learning the German Language: 1st Course
Volledige weergave - 1868
2d and 3d 3d pers Accusative Adjective adverbs apple article assonant believe book bought brother Bruder Buch CHAPTER child cousin Dative declension declined departed determinative dieſe dieſen Diminutives diphthong dissonant drink ending English father Federmesser feminine fich first fleißig flowers following formed French Freunde friend garden Garten gefreut gehen gekauft geliebt Genitive German getrunken give good guten Hast thou Haus Have you Heinrich Henry house Imperative Mood Imperfect Tense Indicative Mood Infinitive iſt Kind know letter little Louise loved Mann masculine mother muß Mutter neuter Nominative o'clock Onkel Participle Past Perfect placed Plural praise prepositions Pres Present Tense pronoun pronounced radical vowel read same Schwester second seen ſein sentence Singular sister speak Subj Subjunctive Mood Substantives syllable table take termination thee three time to-day told uncle unsere used Vater verbs weiß wish woman word write written yesterday
Pagina 86 - It thaws. It is very windy. The wind is very high. There is no air stirring. It lightens. It has lightened all night. It thunders. The thunder roars.
Pagina 83 - I am speaking to you. I am not speaking to you. What do you say? What did you say? I say nothing. Do you hear? Do you hear what I say?
Pagina 2 - I have adopted in this little work. It is the way that nature herself follows, it is the same which the mother points out in speaking to her child, repeating to it a hundred times the same words, combining them imperceptibly, and suceeeding in this way to make it speak the same language she speaks.
Pagina 86 - It is sultry. It is very mild. It is cold. It is excessively cold. It is raw weather. It rains. It has been raining. It is going to rain. I feel some drops of rain. It hails. It snows; it is snowing. It has been snowing. It has snowed in large flakes.
Pagina 84 - You do not look so old. You look older. I thought you were older. I did not think you were so old. How old may your uncle be? He may be sixty years old. He is about sixty. He is more than fifty ; he is upwards of fifty.
Pagina 88 - I only came in to see how you are. I must go. You are in a great hurry. Why are you in such a hurry ? I have a great many things to do. Surely you can stay a little longer. I will stay longer another time. I thank you for your visit. I hope to see you soon again.
Pagina 84 - Next month 1 shall be sixteen years old. I was eighteen years old last week. You do not look so old. You look older. I thought you were older. I did not think you were so old. How old may your uncle be?