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English and French.
BY ACHILLE ALBITÈS, A.B. AND L.L.B., PARIS;
Professor of the French Language and Literature; Member of the
French Master of the Birmingham
“ Brevis esto.”-HORACE.
PARIS: GALIGNANI, RUE VIVIENNE.
Divided into four Days,
and containing, besides the Sentences relative to the ordinary
Circumstances of life, and the principal Idioms of the French Language,
of the Money,
a small Treatise of PARISIAN PRONUNCIATION and French Grammar,
for acquiring facility
a concise, Practical and Theoretical
TABLEAU of the French Language
Divisées en quatre Journées,
outre les Phrases relatives aux Circonstances
ordinaires de la vie, et les principaux Idiotismes de la Langue Française, QUELQUES NOTIONS
sur la Géographie, la Statistique, le Gouvernement,
les Lois, l'Histoire,
de la France,
DANS PARIS, et la Comparaison
de l'Argent, des Poids et des Mesures de la France et de l'Angleterre.
un petit Traité de PRONONCIATION PARISIENNE et de Grammaire Française,
comprenant UNE SIMPLIFICATION DES
VERBES, des Temps, et des Participes ;
des Préceptes et des Exercices
à parler Français.
et de la France.
BY M. ACHILLE ALBITÈS, A.B. AND L.L.B., PARIS.
FRENCH STUDIES. (Each of the four following works is complete in itself, and any of them may be had separately and immediately, post free, by enclosing a post office order or stamps, to Mr. B. Hudson, Bookseller and Publisher, 18, Bull Street, Birmingham.)
LA or LE? or, the Gender of every French Noun instantly known by One Rule. With the “Reign of the Emperor Napoleon,'' an Historical Sketch, in which none but Masculine Nouns have been introduced; and the “Life of Queen Elizabeth,” an Historical Sketch in which none but Feminine Nouns have been admitted. ls. 6d.
• The Golden Rule.”- St. James's Chronicle.
“By far the best little work we have seen on the subject.”— Robertsonian System.
“As great an acquisition to the teacher as to the pupil, to whose attention and study we very sincerely recommend it.”- Wakefield Journal.
ONE STANDARD for all FRENCH VERBS. ls.
HOW TO SPEAK FRENCH:-FORTY CONVERSATIONS IN PARIS, (English and French,) divided into four Days, and containing, besides the Sentences relative to the ordinary circumstances of life and the principal Idioms of the French Language, some Notions on the Geography, Statistics, Government, Laws, History, and Literature of France, PROMENADES in Paris, and the Comparison of the Money, Weights, and Measures of England and France. With numerous Notes and Exercises, arranged in a methodical order, and constituting a Small Treatise on PARISIAN PRONUNCIATION and French Grammar, including a SIMPLIFICATION OF VERBS, Tenses, and Participles ; and likewise Directions and Exercises for acquiring facility in speaking French. The Whole forming a concise, Practical, and Theoretical TABLEAU of the French Language and France.
THE AUTHORS OF FRANCE, an Historical, Anecdotical, and Literary Outline of French Literature, from the origin of the French Language to the present period. 3s.
"An admirable account of the rise and progress of the language and literature of France.-To those who would obtain a concise, yet complete and able view of French literature, pleasingly as well as instructively written, we recommend the perusal of M. Albitès' work."-Argus.
“A pleasing little book."- Literary Gazette.