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l'age. Nambers ...
1 Adjectives ending in e mute common to both genders
5 A list of many Adjectives which differ in the masculine and feminine gender 13 Adjectives which, when placed before the substantives, have a meaning different from that which they have when placed after them
29 A list of some Nouns which have the force of adjectives, as they express some qualities or defects in man
3-4 Abstract Nouns
VOCABULARY II. Pronouns, Articles, &c.
82 Adverbs, Propositions, &c.
99 Words relating to Vegetables, Animals, &c.
113 Words relating to the Operations of the Mind, the Feelings of the Heart, &c. including the chief Conjunctions and Interjections
SECTION THE FIRST.
Relating to the Food and Clothing of Man, 8c. &c.
1. Of Food....
V. Of Meals, and actions relating thereto
IX.' Of Man's Habitation
.. 142 .. 144
145 147 118 150 153 150 159 165 167 171 176 185
Relative to the Town.
1. Of a Town, its various Buildings, &c. II. Of a School III. Of Exercises and Plays
Page IV. Of Mechanics, &c.......
205 V. Of the Arts, Sciences, &c.
........... 212 VI. Of the Church...
............................. 216 VIL. Of the Play-House
...... 220 VIII. Of Colours, Weights, Measures, Coins, and Metals
221 IX, Of Titles
1. Of the Celestial Bodies, the Atmosphere, &c.
248 II. Of Water, Fire, and Earth
251 II. Of the Divisions of the World, Names of Nations, &c.
255 IV. Of Navigation :
259 V. Of Military Affairs
264 Table of French Verbs rendered in English by Verbs followed by Particles
272 Table of Verbs which require Particles in English of different signification from those used in French
1. Of Meeting and Inquiring after a Friend's Health .............. 303 II. For asking Questions, Affirnjing, Denying, &c.
305 III. Of the Time of Day
307 IV. Of the Weather
309 V. Of Going and Coming
312 VI. Of Hearing, Knowing, being Acquainted, &c.
314 VII. Of Asking, Thanking, &c.•
316 VIIL. Of the School
318 IX. Of Meals
S21 X. On the Seasons .......
326 XI. To speak to a Tailor, a Shoemaker, &c. ...
S30 XII. To Converse and Spend one's Time in Company
336 Idiomatical and Proverbial Phrases...
LE LECTEUR FRANÇAIS.
Les Jours et les Mois, &c.
Scènes choisies tirées de Molière, et d'autres Auteurs célèbres.
DE MADAME DE GENLIS.
Agar dans le Désert
Le Bal d'Enfans; on, le Duel
Language is no more than a Collection of Phrases or Sentences, by
the Help of which Mankind express their Thoughts on the Objects of their Wunts, &c.
Lend me one of your books. m. Prêtez-moi un de vos livres.
He has just broken one of the bottles. f. Il vient de casser une des bouteilles.
His carriage was drawn by two horses. m. & f. Sa voiture était tirée