Pronunciation of the French language

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Longman, Green, & Company, 1859 - 102 pages

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Page 51 - ... either at the beginning, in the middle, or at the end of words, as, for instance, angoisse, avancer, marchand, — incliner, atteindre, marin, payen, — ondee, prononcer, dragon.
Page 30 - That the second person plural of the present of the indicative' and of the imperative, are the same in the passive voice.
Page 67 - The Course of Instruction comprises the usual branches of an English Education, together with Music, Drawing, French, Shorthand, Typewriting, etc.
Page 47 - This letter is pronounced at the beginning and in the middle of words ; when it is...
Page 45 - It is pronounced in sept and huit, whenever they are not followed by a word beginning with a consonant or h aspirated ; ex., fen ai sept, donnez-m'en huit, il y avait dix-sept hommes et dix-huit enfants, &c.

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