The American soldier in France; a military guide-book to the French language, army and nation

 
9781130556773: The American soldier in France; a military guide-book to the French language, army and nation

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1917 Excerpt: ... proesh) One kilometre upstream A un kilometre en amont (ah ung kee-loe-may tr ang ah-mong) Do you know whether it is in good condition? Savez-vous s'il est en bon Stat (sah-vay voo seel ay-tang bonn-ay-tah) It has been destroyed II a St§ detruit (eel ah ay-tay day-tru-ee) When? Quand (cang) The Germans blew it up yesterday morning.Les Allemands 1'ont fait sauter hier matin (lay zahl-mang long fay soh-tay se-ayr mah-teng) There is another bridge down stream I I y a un autre pont en aval eel ee ah ung noh-tr pong ang ah-vahl) What kind of a bridge? Quelle espece de pont (cayl ays-payss deu pong) A pontoon bridge built by the French Un pont de bateaux construit par les Frangais (ung pong deu bah-to eong-stru-ee par lay frang-say) Have you seen any enemies on the other bank? Avez-vous vu 'des ennemis sur l'autre rive (ah vay voo vu day zenn-m.ee sue loh-tr reev) Yes, 500 metres from the' bridge: a cavalry patrol Oui; a cinq cent metres du pont; une patrouille de cavalerie (oo-ee, ah ceng-k sang may-tr du Can we ford that pong; u-nn pah-troo-ee deu cah-val ree) stream? Pouvons-nous passer a gue ce ruisseau (poo vong noo pah-say ah gay ceu ru-ee-soh).. DIALOGUE 5 At the Inn, at the Hotel. A l'Auberge, à VHôtel («A loh-bayrj, ah loe-tayl) Vocabulary Host (hotel keeper).L'hôtelier (oh-tayl-ee-ay) Inn keeper L'aubergiste (oh-bayr Jeest) Clerk 1-e commis (coe-mee) Porter be portier (por-tee-ay) Maid servant La bonne (bonn) Stable boy Le garçon d'écurie (gahr-nong day-cu-ree) Guest L'hôte (oAt) Traveller Le voyageur (voe-ee-ah-jeur ) Waiter Le garçon (gahr-song) Waitress La servante (sayr-vangt) Dining room La salle à manger (sahl nh mang-jay) Parlor Le salon (sah-long ) Lavatory Le cuisine (cu-ee-zcen ) Bed room Le l...

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