Jules Bué's Class-book of comparative idioms. Germ. part by T. Wehe and R. Lennheim

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Page 8 - Children's own German Book. A Selection of Amusing and Instructive Stories in Prose.
Page 8 - Deutsche Prosa. Two Volumes, sold separately : — 5. Schiller's Prosa. Containing Selections from the Prose Works of Schiller, with Notes for English Students. By Dr. BUCHHEIM, Professor of the German Language and Literature, King's College, London.
Page 147 - Chapsal had to relinquish their claims, and a general demand sprang up for new educational works, in connection with the teaching, more particularly, of French. It is for the purpose of meeting this desideratum that Messrs.
Page 148 - Every lesson is followed by a short dialogue for conversational practices. The volume comprises the whole Accidence. The rules are stated in the clearest possible manner. A chapter on the Philology of the language, and some for reading and translation, a complete index, and two complete Vocabularies, follow the grammatical portion. Its moderate price and its completeness will make it one of the best books for use in our MiddleClass and National Schools and other large establishments.
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Page 6 - Middle-Class and other Schools. The matter contained in this book will afford ample scope for the teacher to exercise his pupils in conversation and elementary translation, while the bold type chosen will make it more pleasant to read. The Vocabulary gives every word in the text, the plural of nouns and adjectives (when formed otherwise than by the addition of s), and the feminine of all adjectives, thus avoiding the use of a dictionary. For purposes of reference, I have added a list of regular and...
Page 1 - Grammar' — (1) Accidence, and (2) Syntax. Brachet's work is simply beyond comparison with any other of its class ; and its scientific character is not sacrificed in the very judicious adaptation which has made it available for English students. — There is no better elementary French Grammar, whether for boys or for girls.
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Page 1 - Grammar,' in which M. Littré's researches are happily applied by M. Brachet so as to show the relation of modern French to Latin, MM. Brette and Masson here translate and adapt the Petite or Elementary French Grammar. That has at once proved as popular as the more elaborate treatise.
Page 1 - Messrs. HACHETTE issue some Valuable contributions to their series of French Educational works. M. Auguste Brachet is well known as one of the most scientific and learned of French philologists and grammarians, and the practical utility of his 'Elementary French Grammar ' is proved by the fact that the translation of it by the Bev.

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