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Recourir.

Je ne recourrai pas à lui dans mon malheur, To have recourse I will not have recourse to himn in my misfortune,

to. Secourir.

Il faut secourir ses amis dans le besoin. To succour.

We must succour our friends in need.

THIRD CLASS, AS CONNAITRE, TO KNOW.

INFINITIVE AND PARTICIPLES.

To know, connaitrë. Knowing, connaissaöt. Known, connu.

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CONDITIONAL. Conn-aîtrais, aîtrais, aîtrait. Conn-aîtrions, aitriez, aîtraient.

SUBJUNCTIVE. Conn-aisse, aisses, aisse. Conn-aissions, aissiez, aissent. Conn-usse, usses,

Conn-ussions, ussiez, ussent.

at.

THE FOLLOWING ARE

VERBS CONJUGATED LIKE CONNAITRE,

To grow.

To appear.

Croître.

Cette pluie a bien fait croître les blés.

This rain bas made the corn grow very fast.
Accroître. Il a par son économie accru de beaucoup son revenu.
To increase. By his economy, he has much increased bis income.
Décroître. Les jours commencent déjà à décroître.
To decrease. The days already begin to decrease.
Paraître, appa- Dieu apparut plusieurs fois à Moïse.
raitre.

God appeared several times to Moses.
Disparaitre. Il disparut aussitôt de la ville.
To disappear. He disappeared immediately from the town,
Comparuitre. Il n'a pas osé comparaître devant ses juges.

He did not dare to appear before his judges.
Méconnaître. Il est devenu si gros que tout le monde la méconnu.
Not to know
again, to forget.

He is become so lusty that nobody knows him again. Reconnaître. Je l'ai reconnu du premier abord. To remember. I remembered him at first sight. Reconnaitre. Toute l'Europe reconnut l'indépendance des Etats

Unis. To acknowledge. All Europe acknowledged the independence of the

United States.

To appear.

FOURTH CLASS, AS METTRE, TO PUT,

INFINITIVE AND PARTICIPLES.

To put, mettre. Putting, mettant. Put, mis.

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CONDITIONAL.
SINGULAR.

PLURAL.
Je tu il ou elle

Nous vous ils ou elles Mett-rais, rais, rait. Mett-rions, riez, raient.

Mett-e,
M-isse,

e.

SUBJUNCTIVE.

Mett-ions, iez, ent. ît.

M-issions, issiez, issent.

es, isses,

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE

VERBS CONJUGATED LIKE METTRE. Admettre.

Il a été admis dans la Société Royale de Londres. To admit.

He has been admitted into the Royal Society of

London. Commettre. Vous commiles une grande faute en le lui disant, To commit. You committed a great fault in telling it to him. Compromettre. Je ne vous compromettrui pas; comptez sur ma

parole. To compromise,

I will not expose you; depend on my word.
to expose one.
Se démettre. Il se démit aussitôt de sa charge.
To resign.

He immediately resigned his office,
S'entremettre. Je me suis entremis pour les accorder.
To mediate. I mediated with the hope of reconciling them.
Permettre. Lui avez-vous permis de venir?
To permit.

Did you permit bim to come?
Omettre.

Je n'ai omis aucune des particularités de cette affaire. To omit.

I omitted none of the particulars of this business. Promettre. On lui a promis une belle récompense, s'il réussis

sait. To promise.

A handsome reward has been promised him, should

he succeed. Remettre.

Lui avez-vous remis le paquet et les plumes ? To deliver.

Have delivered bim the parcel and the quills? Remettre.

Avez-vous remis les livres à leur place? To replace.

Have you replaced the books? Soumettre, Je ne me soumettrai jamais à des conditions si

inhumaines. To submit.

I will never submit to conditions so inbunian. Transmettre. Les sciences nous ont été transmises par les Grecs

et par les Romains, To transmit. The sciences have been transmitted to us by the

Greek and Romans.

you

FIFTH CLASS, AS PRENDRE, TO TAKE.

INFINITIVE AND PARTICIPLES.
To take, prendre. Taking, prenant. Taken, pris.

tu

INDICATIVE.
SINGULAR.

PLURAL.
Je
il ou elle

Nous vous ils ou elles Pren-ds, ds, d.

ez, nent. Pren-ais, ais, ait.

Pren-ions, iez, aient. Pr.is, is,

it,

Pr-imes, îtes, irent.
Prend-rai, ras,

ra.
Prend-rons, rez,

ront.

Prep-ons,

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Apprendre. Combien y a-t-il que vous apprenez le Français?
To learo.

How long have you been learning French?
Comprendre. Avez-vous compris ce qu'il a dit?
To understand. Did

you understand what he said ?
Désapprendre. Vous désupprenez au lieu d'apprendre.
To unlearn. Instead of learning, you unlearn.
Entreprendre. Vous entreprenez irop de choses à la fois.
To undertake. You undertake too many things at once.
Se méprendre. Vous vous êtes mépris sur son compte.
To make a mis- You have made a mistake about him.

take. Reprendre. J'ai repris mon argent, et lui ses marchandises, To take backa I took my money back, and he bis goods.

Reprendre. Il a été repris sévèrement par un conseil de guerre. To blame, to He was severely blamed (or censured) by a court

martial. Surprendre. Vous me surprenez d'agir comme vous faites. To surprise. You surprise me by acting as you do.

censure.

SIXTH CLASS, AS FAIRE, TO DO, OR TO MAKE.

INFINITIVE AND PARTICIPLES.
To do, faire. Doing, fesant.

Done, fait,

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