The Whole French Language, Comprised in Series of Lessons, in Two Vols, Volume 2

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A. Derache, 1854

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Page 250 - The possessive pronouns are sometimes used as substantives, to denote our relations, friends, or dependents ; but only in the masculine gender and in the plural number : Les miens, les tiens, les siens, les nôtres, les vôtres, les leurs.
Page 227 - rule of English grammar, that a noun of multitude may have a verb or pronoun agreeing with it either of the singular or plural number, according to its sense of unity or plurality ; but in French it would not be correct to say La famille demandent.
Page 213 - The third person singular of the present tense of the indicative mood of verbs ending in re is formed by merely suppressing this termination. Examples have now been seen of the third person singular of this tense, in the three regular forms of conjugation and the two auxiliaries, in the following phrases :
Page 472 - Je dis, tu dis, il dit, nous disons, vous dites, ils disent — imperfect : Je disais, tu disais, il disait, nous disions, vous disiez, ils disaient.
Page 468 - Je crois, tu crois, il croit, nous croyons, vous croyez, ils croient. — Imperfect. Je croyais, tu croyais, il croyait, nous croyions, vous croyiez, ils croyaient.
Page 148 - The third person singular of the present tense of the indicative mood of verbs ending in ir in the infinitive is formed by changing this termination into It. It is similar to the same person of the past tense definite
Page 83 - is the third person singular of the present tense of the indicative mood of the irregular verb tenir, seen in the twentieth lesson, and mentioned in the third, as being the radical of obtenir.
Page 120 - It is similar to the first person singular of the same tense and mood. DISTRAIT is the third person singular of the present tense of the indicative mood of the irregular verb
Page 7 - Je verrai, tu verras, il verra, nous verrons, vous verrez, ils verront. — Conditional mood : Je verrais, tu verrais, il verrait, nous verrions, vous verriez, ils verraient.
Page 5 - is conjugated with two pronouns of the same person, both placed before it, except in the imperative mood, the first being the subject, and the second the regimen. The corresponding pronouns for each person are : Je me, tu te, il se, elle se, nous nous, vous vous, ils se,

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