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Vocabulary 57. ordonner, to order. progrès, m.

progress. tailleur, m.

tailor. zèle, m.

zeal. Vocabulary 58. crédule,

credulous. conseil, m.

advice, counsel,

council. croître, irr. v. employer, to employ. en peu de temps, in a short time. honneur, m. honour. incapable, incapable. persuader, to persuade. plante, f. plant. sec, sèche, dry. tromper, to deceive, cheat.

Vocabulary 59. boire, irr. v. to drink. capitaine, m. captain. enivrer,

to intoxicate. s'enivrer,

to get intoxi

cated. fontaine, f. fountain, spring. potable,

drinkable. santé, f.

health,

Vocabulary 62. dame, f. lady. frontière, f. frontier. paraître, irr. v.

to appear. Vocabulary 63. absoudre, irr. v. to absolve, acquit, accusé, e, m. f.

accused person. acide, n. m.

acid. bataille, f. battle. César, m.

Caesar. convaincre, irr. v. to convince. coupable, guilty. dissoudre, irr. v. to dissolve. expérience, f. experience. Gaulois, m. pl. Gauls. gouvernement, m. government. guerre, f. juge, m.

judge. preuve, f.

proof. résoudre, irr. v. to resolve. rival, e, n. m. f. rival. vaincre, irr. v.

war.

to conquer.

Vocabulary 60. certainement, certainly. famille, f. family. héros, m.

hero. mémoire, f. memory. pais, f.

peace. revivre, irr. v. to revive. survivre, irr. v. to survive.

Vocabulary 64. craindre, irr. v. to fear. extrêmement, exceedingly. malheur, m. misfortune. mériter,

to deserve. offenser, to offend. pauvreté, f. poverty. peindre, irr. v.

to paint. plaindre, irr. v.

to pity. se plaindre, to complain. tort, m.

wrong, (avoir tort, to be wrong.)

Vocabulary 65. air, m.

Vocabulary 61. comprendre, irr. v. to comprehend. page, f.

air. avenir, m. future. boisson, f, drink, brûler,

to burn, conduire, irr. v. to lead.

page.

se mettre à table, to sit down at table.

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se conduire, irr. S to conduct, to ordre, m.

order.
behave one'sselj. poursuivre, irr. v. to pursue.
sto
construct,

rue, f. construire, irr. v.

street. build.

(de rue en rue, from street to cuire, irr. v. to cook.

street.) détruire, irr. v. to destroy.

suivre, irr. v. to follow. digue, f. dyke.

suivre de près, to follow close. guide, m. guide. instruire, irr. v. to instruct, teach.

Vocabulary 67. nuire, irr. v. to injure.

bepomme de terre, f. potato.

conduite, f. bridge.

. poroduire, irr. v. to to produce.

déplaire, irr. v. to displease. sorte, f. kind, sort.

douceur, f. gentleness. terre, f.

earth, land. fort, adv. traduire, irr. v. to translate. manière, f.' troupe, f. troop.

modestie, f. modesty.
observer,

to observe.
partie, f. party.
plaire, irr. v.

to please. Vocabulary 66.

société, f. company, society. exactement, exactly.

Vocabulary 68. exemple, m. example. exiger,

to require. artiste, m. f. 'artist, m. f. loin, adv.

at a distance, développer, to develop.

far off. musicien, m. musician, m. marcher, to march.

musicienne, f. musician, f. order, prescrip

to be born.

naître, irr. v.
,
tion.

renaître, irr. v. to be born again. bouillir, irr. v., to boit.
amusant, e, 'amusing.
s'amuser, to amuse oneself.

manner.

voyageur

, se, n. } traveller, m. f.

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INDEX I. TO VOCABULARIES.

FRENCH WORDS.

ABRICOT.

AVEUGLE.

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annoncer, to announce.
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s'annoncer, to present one's
self.

B.
abricot, m., apricot.

apercevoir, to perceive.
absent, e, absent.
à peu près, nearly.

þague, f., ring
absoudre, to absolve, acquit.
appeler, to call.

baignér, to bathe, wash.
à cause de, on account of.

s'appeler, to be called, to call bal, m., ball.
oneself.

banc, m., bench, seat.
accompagner, to accompany,

bas, adv., low.
accusé, m., accused, accused application, f., application.
appliqué, e, diligent.

bas, n. m., stocking.
person, m.
accusée, f., accused, accused apporter, to bring.

bataille, f., battle.
person, f.

learn.
apprendre, irr: V.,

þateau, m., boat.
acheter, to buy.

approcher, to draw near, bateau'à vapeur, m., steam-
acide, n. m., acid.
après, prep., after.

bâtir, to build. [boat.
acquérir, irr. v., to acquire.

après-demain, the day after battre, irr. v., to beat.

to-morrow.
actif, ve, active.

beau, bel, belle, beautiful.
admirer, to admire. l'après-midi, the afternoon.

beaucoup, adv., much.
adversaire, m., adversary,
arbre, m., tree.

beau-frère, m., brother-in.
argent, m., silver, money.
opponent.

law.
affaire, f., business.
armée, f., army.

Belgique, f. Belgium.
belle-soeur,

f., sister-in-law.
Afrique, f., Africa.

armoire, f., cupboard, closet.
âge, m., age.
arriver, to arrive.

Berlin, m., Berlin,
artiste, m. f., artist, m. f. besoin, m., want.
âgé, e, old, aged.
Asie, f., Asia.

beurre, m., butter.
agir, to act.

s'asseoir, irr. V., to sit, sit bien, n. m., property.
agréable, agreeable.

down.

bien, adv., well.
ailleurs, elsewhere.
assez, adv., enough.

bienfaiteur, m., benefactor.
aimable, amiable.
attaquer, to attack.

bienfaitrice, f., benefactress.
aimer, to love.

attendre, to wait for, to ese bienséant, e, becoming.
air, mi, air.

pect.

bientôt, adv., soon.
Alexandre, m., Alexander, attentif, ivą, attentive. bière, f., beer.
Allemagne, f., Germany. aucun, e, adj., any.*
Allemand, n. m., German. | Auguste, m., Augustus.

bijou, m., jewel.

blâmer, to blame, find fault
allemand, e, adj., German. aujourd'hui, adv., to-day. with.
aller, irr: 'v., to go.

au lieu de, instead of.
aller à pied, irr. v., to go on aussi, adv., also, too.

blanc, he, white.
foot, to walk.

blesser, to wound.
aussi, conj., but, therefore.
aller en voiture, irr. v., to

bleu, e, blue.
auteur, m. f., author.
go in a carriage, to drive.

boire, irr. v., to drink.
automne, m., autumn.
s'en aller, irr. v. to go away.

boisson, n. f., drink.
au tour de, around, about.
ambition, f., ambition. autre, adj., other.

boîte, f. box.
âme, f., spirit, soul.
avant, prep., before.

bon, bonne, adj., good.
amer, ère, bitter.
avant que, conj., before.

bonté, goodness, kindness.

bord, m., bank, shore.
Amérique, f., America.

avec, prep., with.
ami, m., friend, m.
avenir, n. m., future.

botte, f., boot.
amie, fi, friend, f.
aveugle, adj., blind.

bottier, m., bootmaker,
à moins que, unless.
aveugle, n. m. f., blind pero boulanger, m., baker.

bourse, f., purse.
an, m., year.

* With a negative, none.

bourse, f., exchange.
Anglais, e, English.

bouteille, f., bottle.
Angleterre, f., England.

þras, m., arm.
animal, m., animai.

bref, brève, short.
année, f., year.

bruit, m., noise.
brûler, to burn.

son.

DE.

man.

morrow.

ever.

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comprendre, irr. v., to com- déchoir, irr. v., to decay, fall
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prehend.

off:
compte, m., bill, account. dédire, irr. v., to disown.
cadeaú, m., present.
comte, m., count.

défendre, to defend.
cafe, m., coffee.
concert, m., concert.

dehors, adv., outside.
cahier, m., copybook. concevoir, to conceive.

déjà, adv., already, yet.
caillou, m., pebble.
conduire, 'irr. v., to lead.

déjeuner, m., breakfast.
campagnard, m., country. se conduire, irr. Y., to con- demain, adv., to-morrow.

duct, to behave one's self. demain matin, to-morro:v
campagnarde, f., country conduite, f., conduct, be-

morning.
haviour
woman.

après-demain, day after to-
campagne, f., country. connaissance, f., knowledge,
canif, m., penkenife.

acquaintance.

demander, to ask.
canne, f., cane.

connaître, irr. v., to know. demeurer, to dwell, reside,
capitaine, m., captain. conquérir, irr. v., to conquer. live.
car, conj., for, because. conseil, m., advice, counsel, demi, e, half,
Caroline, f., Caroline.

council.

départ, m., departure.
casser, to break.

constamment, adv., con- déplaire, irr. v., to displease.
cause, f., cause.

stantly.

depuis, adv., since.
à cause de, on account of. construire, irr. v., to con- depuis, prep., since, for, from.
cependant, adv., yet, how- struct, build.

dernier, ère, adj., last.
content, e, content, satisfied. derrière, adv., behind.
cerise, f., cherry.

contraire, m., contrary, (au désirer, to desire, wish for.
certain, e, certain, some.

contraire, on the contrary). dessous, adv., under, under-
certainement, adv.,
contre, prep., against.

neath.
tainly.

contredire, irr. v., to con- dessous, prep., under, be-

tradict.
César, m., Caesar.

neath.
cesse, n. f., ceasing, inter. convaincre, irr. v., to con- dessus, adv., on, upon (au
mission.
vince.

dessus), above.
cesser, to cease.
copier, to copy.

détruire, irr. v, to destroy.
chagrin, m., sorrow, grief. coq, m., cock.

dette, f., debt.
chaise, f., chair.
corail, m., coral.

développer, to develop,
chambre, f., room, chamber.
corbeille, f., basket.

devoir, to owe.
chameau, m., camel.
corps, m., body.

Dieu, m., God.
champ, m., field.
coton, m., cotton.

différent, e, different.
chanter, to sing.

coucher, n, m., setting, sleep- difficile, dificult.
chapeau, m., hat.

ing.

digue, f., dyke.
Charles, m., Charles.
coucher, to rest, to sleep.

dîner, m., dinner.
chasse, f., chase, hunt. se coucher, to go to bed.
chat, m., cat.
couleur, f., colour.

dîner, to dine.
chatte, f., she cat.
coupable, guilty.

dire, irr. v., to speak, tell.
cousin, m., cousin, m.

dissoudre, irr. v., to dissolve.
château, m., country-house.
cousine, f., cousin, f.

domestique, m., servant, m.
chaud, e, hot, warm.
couteau, m., knife.

domestique, f., servant, f.
chaudement, warmly.
chemin, m., road.
coûter, to cost.

domestique, adj., tame.

dommage, m., hurt, injury.*
chemin de fer, m., railway. coutume, f., habit, custom.

donc, conj., then.
cher,
ère, dear.
craindre, irr. v., to fear.

donner, to give.
chercher, to look for, to seek. crayon, f., pencil,

dormir, to sleep.
cheval, m., horse.
crédule, credulous.

douceur, f., gentleness.
chez, prep., to, at, at the croire, irr. v., to believe, to

doux, douce, sucet.

think.
house of, among.
croître, irr. v., to gro:v.

drap, m., cloth.
chien, m., dog.

cruche, f., pitcher.
chocolat, m., chocolate.

Dresde, f., Dreslen.
chose, f., thing.

cruel, le, cruel.
circonstance, f., circum-

cueillir, irr. v., to gather.
stance.

cuire, irr. v., to cook.
ciseaux, m. pl., scissors.
classe, f., class.

eau, f., water.
coeur, m., heart.

éclair, m., lightning.
coeur (de bon), heartily.

école, f., school.
combien, adv., how much, dame, f., lady.

écolier, m., pupil, m.
dangereusement, danger- écolière, f., pupil, f.
commencer, to begin.

ously.

écrire, irr. v., to write.
comment, adv., how, what. dans, prep., in, into.

écrit, e, part., written.
communiquer, to communi- danser, to dance.

également, adv., equally.
cate, tel.
complétement, adv., com-

davantage, adv., more.

de, prep., of, from, by, with. * c'est dommage, it is a
pletely.

de bon coeur, heartily. pity.
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s'égarer, to lose one's way. famille, f., family.
église, f., church.

faute, f., fault.
élire, irr. v., to choose.
embarras, m., embarrass- fertile, fertile.

fenêtre, f., window.
ment.
embarrassé, e, embarrassed. fidèle, faithful.
feu, m., fire.

habit, m., coat.
Emilie, f., Emily.

s'habituer, to accustom one's
fille, f., daughter, girl.

self.
employer, to employ.
fils, m., son.

haïr, to hate.
en, prep., in, into, to.
en, pron., m. f., sing, and pl., flatterie, f., flattery.
finir, to finish.

haut, n. m., height.
of him, of her, of it, of them. fleur, f., flouer.

(en haut, upstairs.)

haut, e, adj., high.
encore, adv., yet, still.
fois, f., time.

haut, adv., loudly.
encre, f., ink.
enfance, f., infancy, child-

fontaine, f., fountain, Henri, m., Henry.
hood.

spring.

héros, m., hero.
forêt, f., forest.
enfant, m., child, m.

heure, f., hour.
enfant, f., child, f.

fort, adv., very much, very. heureux, se, happy.
s'enfuir, irr. v., to run away,
fort, e, adj., strong.

hier, adv., yesterday.
fortune, f., fortune.

hiver, m., winter.
escape.
enivrer, to intoxicate.

fou, folle, n. m. f., fool, mad- homme, m., man.

man, madwoman.
s'enivrer, to get intoxicated.

honneur, m., honcur.
ennemi, m., enemy, m.

fou, fol, folle, adj., foolisl.
ennemie, f., enemy, f.

fourreau, m., scabbard.
ensemble, adv., together.
franc, m., franc.

I.
entendre, to hear.

franchement, adv., frankly.
entre, prep., between. Français, m., Frenchman.
entrer, to enter, come in. Française, f.,

ici, adv., here.
Frenchwoman.

incapable, incapable.
envers, prep., to, towards.

Français, e, adj.. French. indisposé, e, unwell. ;
enyoyer, irr. v., to send.
France, f., France.

innocent, e, innocent.
épée, f., sword.
frais, fraîche, fresh.

instant, m., instant.
épine, f., thorn.
escalier, m., ladder, stairs, frère, m., brother.

(à l'instant, instantly, im.
Frédéric, m., Frederick.

mediately.)
staircase.
espérer, to hope.
froid, e, adj., cold.

instrạire, irr. v., to instruct,
froid, n. m., cold.

teach.
essuyer, to wipe.
fromage, m., cheese.

interdire, irr. v., to forbid.
estime, f., esteem.
frontière, f., frontier.

invalide, n. m. f., invalid,
étage, m., story, floor.
fruit, m., fruit.

pensioner.
étoffe, f., stuff', cloth.

fuir, irr. v., to shun, avoid. inviter, to invite.
étonner, to astonish.
étonné, e, astonished.
funérailles, f. pl., funeral.

Italie, f. Italy.

Italien, ne, italian.
étude, f., study.
étudier, to study.
exactement, adv., exactly.

G.
exemple, m., example.

J.
exiger, to require.

gagner, to gain, earn.
expérience, f., experience. gant, m., glove.

jamais, ever (with a neg.),
expliquer, to explain.

never.
garçon, m., boy.
exploit, m., exploit, achieve-

jambon, m., ham.
ment.
garder, to keep.

jardin, m., garden.
extrêmement, adv., exceed- gare, f., railway station.
ingly.
gâteau, m., cake.

Jean, m., John.
Europe, f., Europe.
gauche, adj., left.

jeter, to throw.
s'éveiller, to awake, wake up. Gaulois, m. pl., Gauls. jeu, m., play, game.
geler, to freeze.

jeune, young.
général, m., general.

jeunesse, f., youth.
généreux, se, generous.
gens, m.pr., men, people.

joie, f., joy.
fâché, e, adj., angry, rexed.
géographie, f., geography.

joli, e, pretty.
fâcher, to offend, to anger. gouvernement, m., govern- jouer, to play.
facilement, adv., easily.

ment.

joujou, m., plaything.
facteur, m., postman.
grand, e, great.

jour, m., day.
faible, weak, feeble.
grand'mère, grandmother.

journal, m., newspaper.
faim, f., hunger.

grand-père, grandfather.
faire, irr. v., to do, make.
Grec, m., Greek.

journée, f., day.
fait, e, part., made, dons. gris,'e, grey.

juge, m., judge.
falloir, imp. v., to be obliged, gros, se, grent, large. Julie, f., Julia.
must, should, ought (il guerre, f., war.

jusque, prep., as far as.
faut, it is necessary, it guide, m., guide.

juste, just
must).

Guillaume, m., William.

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