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adjective adverb agree aient aimé asked avoir become believe bien CONDITIONAL CONJUGATION craign craindre croi Definite desire écriv employed ending English été EXERCISE expressed fact feminine followed French Future give given govern hope i-sse idea IMPERATIVE Imperfect importance INDICATIVE infinitive Interrogatively ions iez ent J'ai language less letter lèv levé look loved masculine master means moul nature necessary never nominative noun nous object of-it of-the PARTICIPLES Past person plais plural preceded preposition Present principles pronoun qu'il rais reference rend rendered ront rule sentence signifies singular speak SUBJUNCTIVE substantive tell tenses thing to-the tout trai translated verb vous wish words
Page 13 - Un, deux, trois, quatre, cinq, six, sept, huit, neuf, dix, onze, douze, Treize, quatorze, quinze, seize, dix-sept, dix-huit, dix-neuf, vingt.
Page 114 - ... have shown him how they laid them on; but even this would leave him at the critical point. Opie preferred going to the quick and the heart of the matter :
Page 121 - Christian, the person you have killed is my son ; his body is now in my house. You ought to suffer, but you have eaten with me, and I have given you my faith, which must not be broken.
Page 121 - His pursuers soon lost sight of him, for he had, unperceived, thrown himself over a garden wall. The owner, a Moor, happening to be in his garden, was addressed by the Spaniard on his knees, who acquainted him with his case, and implored concealment. " Eat this," said the Moor, giving him half a peach ; " you now know that you may confide in my protection.
Page 118 - Lacedemonians, and of taking the government of Greece out of their hands, in order to put it into those of the Athenians, kept his eye and his thoughts continually fixed upon that great project. And as he was not very nice or scrupulous in the choice of his measures, whatever tended towards the accomplishing of the end he had in view, he looked upon as just and lawful.
Page 24 - Que je sois, That 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 114 - ... how or the what (supposing this possible, which it is not in its full and highest meaning) been told them, or done for them; in the one case, sight and action were immediate, exact, intense, and secure; in the other mediate, feeble, and lost as soon as gained. But what are "Brains?" what did Opie mean? and what is Sir Joshua's