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Cortina's French Method (Twenty Lessons) Intended for Use in Schools, And for Selfstudy (Classic Reprint)
by:Rafael Diez De La Cortina
Vm vXJKTDTA METHOD. 2%ird A figuredpronimtitttioii) in English etiivalents which is repeated as often as necessary in order to Cupiliarize the pnpil with the aece Atof ordsand to make him acquainted with the pronimci tion of any new ones which may occur. I burth A litert Kltrandation of a Hthe French idioms, and a free one of all the dialogae6. The oect...
Vm vXJKTDTA METHOD. 2%ird A figuredpronimtitttioii) in English etiivalents which is repeated as often as necessary in order to Cupiliarize the pnpil with the aece Atof ordsand to make him acquainted with the pronimci tion of any new ones which may occur. I burth A litert Kltrandation of a Hthe French idioms, and a free one of all the dialogae6. The oect of this is to instruct the student in dli the idioms of both I an- ages and in their relative Values. MJ th In addition to the notes bearing on grammatical points, each Book is supplemented with a Second Part treating of the verbs, of their conjugations and of their peeuliarities. The first book treats of the regular verbs; tiie second, of the auxiliary verbs; the third of the irregular, and the fourth of the passive, impersonal, defective, reciprocal and reflexive verbs. At the end of the first book there is a complete list of the regular verbs most commonly used in conversation; at the end of the third book there is another list of the irregular verbs, and completing the fourth book still another which gives those verbs whose meaning varies according to the particle with which they are used when followed by an infinitive. Sixth The four lessons of the fifth book are made up of a series of literary exercises; these are in an agreeable, ttstructive form. There are also a number of models for letters, a list of the most common abbreviations, another of French sayings and proverbs, one of proper names, and lastly a complete index, alphabetically arranged. The latter might aptly becalled a synopsis of the work lr general refereni Derather than an index, its object Mif to ftd Utate thestadenta work in ease of any difll enlty enoountered.(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)About the Publisher Forgotten Books is a publisher of historical writings, such as: Philosophy, Classics, Science, Religion, History, Folkl
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