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Aura-t-il de l'argent?
Il en aura.
Il n'en aura pas.
† Aurez-vous bientôt fini d'écrire ?
+ J'aurai bientôt fini.
+ Il aura bientôt fini son thême.

When shall you do your exercises ? Quand ferez-vous vos thèmes?
I will do them soon, (ere long.) Je les ferai bientôt.
My brother will do his exercises to- Mon frère fera ses thèmes demain.
Next Monday.

Lundi prochain.
Last Monday.

Lundi passé or lundi dernier.
Next month.

+ Le mois prochain.
This month.

Ce mois-ci.
This country.

Ce pays-ci.

When will your cousin go to the con- Quand votre cousin ira-t-il au zoncert?

cert? He will go next Tuesday.

Il ira mardi prochain. Shall you go anywhere ?

Irez-vous quelque part ? We shall go nowhere.

Nous n'irons nulle part.

Will he send me the book ?

M'enverra-t-il le livre?
He will send it you if he has done + Il vous l'enverra s'il l'a fini.

with it.
Shall you be at home this evening? Serez-vous chez-vous (à la maison)

ce soir ? I shall be there.

J'y serai.
Will your father be at home? Votre père sera-t-il chez lui, (à la

maison ?) He will be there.

Il y sera. Will your cousins be there?

Vos cousins y seront-ils ? They will be there.

Ils y seront.

* And all those in cevoir, as: apercevoir, to perceive; concevoir, to conceive, &c.

Will ho send me the books?

M'enverra-t-il les livres ? He will send them you.

Il vous les enverra. Will he send some paper to my Enverra-t-il du papier à mon compcounting-house ?

toir ? He will send some thither.

Il y en enverra.

Shall you be able to pay your shoe- | Pourrez-vous payer votre cordonnier ?

maker ? I have lost my money, so that I shall | J'ai perdu mon argent, de sorte que not be able to pay hirn.

je ne pourrai pas le

payer. My friend has lost his pocket-book, Mon ami a perdu son portefeuille, de

so that he will not be able to pay sorte qu'il ne pourra pas payer ses for his shoes.


Will you hold any thing ?
I shall hold your umbrella.
Will your friend come to my con-

cert ?
He will come.
Shall you come ?
I shall come.

Tiendrez-vous quelque chose ?
Je tiendrai votre parapluie.
Votre ami viendra-t-il à mon con

Il viendra.
Viendrez-vous ?
Je viendrai.

Will it be necessary to go to the Faudra-t-il aller au marche ?

market? It will be necessary to go thither to Il faudra y aller demain matin.

morrow morning. It will not be necessary to


thither. Il ne faudra pas y aller. Shall you see my father to-day? Verrez-vous mon père aujourd'hui ? We shall see him.

Nous le verrons. Obs. C. The following ten verbs are the remaining exceptions to our rule for the formation of the future.


Future. To lean. I shall or will lean. Appuyer 1. J'appuierai. To employ. I shall or will employ. Employer 1. J'emploierai. I shall or will try.

Essayer 1.

J'essaierai.' To acquire. I shall or will acquire. Acquérir * 2. J'acquerrai. To run. I shall or will run. Courir * 2.

Je courrai. To gather. I shall or will gather.

Cueillir * 2.

Je cueillerai. To die, (to I shall or will die. Mourir * 2.

Je mourrai. lose life.) To expire. . I shall or will expire.

Échoir * 3.


To try.

? These three are, properly speaking, and according to Obs. D. of Lesson XXIV., no exceptions ; but we have given them in order to leave the learnei iu no doubt respecting the formation of the future of all the French verbs.

To move.
To rain.

I shall or will move.
It will rain.

Mouvoir * 3.
Pleuvoir * 3.

Future. Je mouvrai. Il pleuvra.


143. Shall you have any books ?-I shall have some.—Who will give you any ?-My uncle will give me some.

:-When will your cousin have money ?-He will have some next month.—How much money shall you have ?-I shall have thirty-five francs.-Who will have good friends ?—The English will have some.—Will your father be at home this evening ?-He will be at home.—Will you be there ?I shall also be there.—Will your uncle go out to-day ?-He will go out, if it is fine weather.-Shall you go out ?—I shall go out, if it does not rain.---Will you love my son ?-I shall love him, if he is good.—Will you pay your shoemaker ?-I shall pay him, if I receive my money.-Will you love my children ?-If they are good and assiduous I shall love them ; but if they are idle and naughty I shall despise and punish them.--Am I right in speaking thus ?—You are not wrong.—Is your friend still writing ?-He is still writing.Have you not done speaking ?-I shall soon have done.-Have our friends done reading ?— They will soon have done.-Has the tailor made my coat ?-He has not made it yet; but he will soon make it. -When will he make it ?-When he shall have time.-When will you do your exercises ?-I shall do them when I shall have time.When will your brother do his ?—He will do them next Saturday.Wilt thou come to me? I shall come.-When wilt thou come ?-I shall come next Friday.—When have you seen my uncle ?-I saw him last Sunday.—Will your cousins go to the ball next Tuesday ?

- They will go.-Will you come to my concert ?-I shall come, if I am not ill.

144. When will you send me the money which you owe me ?-I shall send it you soon.-Will your brothers send me the books which I have lent them ?—They will send them you.—When will they send them to me ?— They will send them to you next month.—Will you be able to pay me what you owe me ?-I shall not be able to pay it I have lost all my money.-Will the American be able to pay for his shoes ?-He has lost his pocket-book, so that he will not be able to pay for them.-Will it be necessary to send for the physician ?-Nobody is ill, so that it will not be necessary to send for him.-Will it be necessary to go to the market to-morrow ?-It will be necessary

you, for


go thither, for we want some beef, some bread, and some wine.Shall you see your father to-day?-I shall see him.-Where will he be ?—He will be at his counting-house.—Will you go to the ball 10night ?-I shall not go, for I am too ill to go to it.-Will your friend go ?—He will go, if you go.-Where will our neighbors go ?—They will go nowhere; they will remain at home, for they have a good deal (beaucoup) to do.

FORTY-SEVENTH LESSON.—Quarante-septième Leçon. To belong.

Appartenir * 2, (is conjugated like its

primitive tenir *, Lesson XL.)
Do you belong?

Appartenez-vous ?
I do belong.

Does that horse belong to your broth- Ce cheval appartient-il à votre frère ?

er ?

It does belong to him.

Il lui appartient. To whom do these gloves belong ? À qui appartiennent ces gants ? They belong to the captains. Ils appartiennent aux capitaines. Do these horses belong to the cap. Ces chevaux appartiennent-ils aux tains ?

capitaines ? They do belong to them.

Ils leur appartiennent.

To suit.

Convenir * 2, (Conjugated like ve

nir *, Less. XXIV. and XXXIV.) Does that cloth suit your brother? Ce drap convient-il à votre frère ? It suits him.

Il lui convient. Do these shoes suit your brothers ? Ces souliers conviennent-ils à vos

frères ? They suit them.

Ils leur conviennent. Does it suit you to do that?

Vous convient-il de faire cela ? It suits me to do it.

Il me convient de le faire. Does it suit your cousin to come with Convient-il à votre cousin de venir us ?

avec nous ? It does not suit him to go out. Il ne lui convient pas de sortir.

To succeed.

Parvenir * 2. (Conjugated like ve.

nir *.) Do you succeed in learning French ? | + Parvenez-vous à apprendre le fran

çais ? I succeed in it.

+ J'y parviens. I do succeed in learning it.

† Jo parviens à l'apprendre.

Do those men succeed in selling their + Ces hommes parviennent-ils à venhorses?

dre leurs chevaux ? They succeed therein.

+ Ils y parviennent.

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Is there?

Y a-t-il ?
Are there?
There is not.

Il n'y a pas.
There are not.
Will there be ?

Y aura-t-il ?
There will be.


y aura. Was or were there, or has there | Y a-t-il eu ?

been? There has been.

Il y a eu. Is there any wine ?

Y a-t-il du vin ? There is some.

Il y en a. There is not any.

Il n'y en a pas. Are there any men ?

Y a-t-il des hommes ? There are some.

Il y en a. There are not any.

Il n'y en a pas.

There are men who will not study. Il y a des hommes qui ne veulent pas

étudier. Is there any one

Y a-t-il quelqu'un ? There is no one.

Il n'y a personne. Are there to be many people at the Doit-il y avoir beaucoup de monde

ball ? There are to be a great many people Il doit y en avoir beaucoup.


au bal ?

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