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accent action adjective adverb agree avoir beginning believe C'est carry Class comparative compound tenses conjugated definite article deux ending enfant English été être examples expressed faire fait feminine fini finiss followed formed France French FUTURE ABSOLUTE gender gens give grand homme IMPERATIVE IMPERFECT Indefinite INDICATIVE PRESENT Infinitive interrogative ions J'ai joined Latin letter livre masculine means mère Mood mute names negative noun Nous object Past Participle père Perfect Definite person personal pronoun placed Pluperfect plural port possessive preceded preposition PRES Present Present Indicative Present Participle pronoun proper qu'il rain rais reç recev refers regular REMARK repenti represents requires rien rules sentence singular speak spoken Subj Subjunctive substantive tenses terminations thing third thou tout translated vend verb vous vowel written
Page iii - ... without any great effort, to learn it by heart. I have not rested content with my own views as to the requirements of English boys, but have sought the advice of University men who have spent the greater portion of their lives in public-school work, and to them, one and all, I tender my sincere thanks for the help afforded.
Page 45 - Qu'ils aient, have (thou]. let him have, let us have, have ye. let them have.
Page 24 - Mon, ton, son, are used instead of ma, ta, sa, before feminine nouns beginning with a vowel or mute h.
Page 28 - Also notice that the past participle agrees in gender and number with the noun to which it refers: la tienda is the antecedent for cerrada.
Page 47 - French verbs, namely, the Present Infinitive, the Present Participle, the Past Participle, the Present Indicative, and the Preterit Indicative.
Page 110 - II est tout autre que je ne pensais. 4. Usually after expressions of doubt, denial, such as douter, nier, disconvenir, etc., often désespérer, when negative, or when negation is implied as above: Je ne doute pas qu'il ne vienne. I do not doubt that he will come.
Page 83 - MOOD. afin que, in order that. à moins que, unless. avant que, before. bien que, although.
Page 4 - Adjectives vary their terminations according to the gender and number of the noun to which they relate.