The Rudiments of the French Tongue, Or An Essay and Rational Introduction to French Grammar: Wherein the Principles of the Language are Methodically Digested with Useful Notes and Observations ...

J.F. and C. Rivington, 1790 - 138페이지

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34 페이지 - ... its. le nôtre, la nôtre, les nôtres, ours. le vôtre, la vôtre, les vôtres, yours. le leur, la leur, les leurs, theirs.
105 페이지 - WHEN two- or more Nouns come together, without a comma between them, they all govern each the next in the...
38 페이지 - Moods are the different manners of using a verb. There are four moods ; the infinitive, the indicative, the subjunctive and the imperative. The...
109 페이지 - Portuguese before as many nouns (requiring the article) as there are in the sentence; as...
34 페이지 - Fern. les miens, les miennes, mine. les tiens, les tiennes, thine. les fiens, les iiennes, his, hers.
106 페이지 - Article is often ufed before the names of the fpecies or things which can be fpoken of...
110 페이지 - Of adnouns fome always require after them either a noun or a verb which they govern : as digne de louange pra.fe-wuith), cppabie d'enjeigner capable to teach, propre à iwt fit for any thing, fife.
109 페이지 - But when the adnoun of number fbnds for a furname, or meets with a Proper or Chriftian name, it comes after the noun without arlicle : as Cf.*ge j'canti Ccorge tie fécond, Ltnis ци\пза Lewis tie fifteenth.
103 페이지 - PAITICLIS, ferving to denote fome paffion or emotion of the mind: but there is another fort which may be called Difcurßve; as ci and là in ctt bomme-ci, this man; cette femme-là, that woman; voici, •voilà, &c.

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