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action adjective adverb appear believe beloond bring brother called child death diverted door dutch eene eenen express father fear Feminine formed gaan garden gehad geleerd gender geweest geworden give govern half happy hebben hebt heeft horse hundred Imperfect tense indicates Indicative mood infinitive Italy kind king learned letter live look Masculine master meer mijne mood neuter never niet nouns obliged Onder one's ourselves participle Perfect person phrases play plural possessive preposition Present tense pronoun rewarded rich short singular sister sometimes sound speak substantives tell thing third Thou tijd true vader verbs verledene tijd virtue waar welke write zich zijn zijt zullen
Página 73 - The persons speaking and spoken to, being at the same time the subjects of the discourse, are supposed to be present ; from which, and other circumstances, their sex is commonly known, and needs not be marked by a distinction of gender...
Página 358 - IT is not necessary to employ many words in drawing the character of this princess. She possessed few qualities either estimable or amiable; and her person was as little engaging as her behaviour and address. Obstinacy, bigotry, violence, cruelty, malignity, revenge, tyranny ; every circumstance of her character, took a tincture from her bad temper and narrow understanding. And amidst that complication of vices which entered into her composition, we shall scarcely find any virtue but...
Página 6 - A syllable is a sound either simple or compounded, pronounced by a single impulse of the voice, and constituting a word, or part of a word; as, a, an, ant. Spelling is the art of rightly dividing words into their syllables; or of expressing a word by its proper letters.* WORDS.
Página 334 - Well fare thy heart, quoth the abbot ; and here in a cup of sack, I remember the health of his grace your master. I would give an hundred pounds, on the condition I could feed so heartily on beef, as you do. Alas ! my weak and queasy stomach will hardly digest the wing of a small rabbit or chicken.
Página 150 - ... acts upon itself, and is, at the same time, the agent and the object of the action. Reflective verbs, therefore, have always, besides the subject, another personal pronoun, viz. : me, te, se, myself, thyself, himself, herself, itself, for the singular ; nous, vous, se, ourselves, yourselves, themselves, for the plural.