A practical compendium of German grammar on mnemonic principles

9781235237430: A practical compendium of German grammar on mnemonic principles
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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. 1875 Excerpt: ...Unter. Sd) fd)reibe unter write beneath--some lines; man unterfdtretbt ein Seftament, one signs. The following verbs have unter separate: id) orbne unter, I subordinate; id) fomme--brtnge--unter find a berth; ber 9ftonb gebt unter, sinks below the earth. Iteber. Accent not uber, but the verb in such as mean surpass (1), spend time (2), or do too but tiber has the tone in overflow (4), much (3); project above (5), pass over (6), overthrow (7): man tiberfefet translates a book; id) uberfcic overlook; id) febe iiber--standing higher (6); bie Sftild) fott uber1--auf bem geuer (4); id) 1ibertraf ibn I surpassed (1); id; 1iberritt I rode too fast (3); but ritt ityn 1iber rode him down (7); id) liberonntre2--in the town (2); ber %di ragt tiber--overhead, but iiberragt ben glug is said (5). 1. The milk boiled over on the fire. 2. I spend the winter. 8. the rock projects over the river. When the verb is transitive, both forms of expression are used. SBieber, Winter, 2M. With the accent on verb: nrieberfyoIcn repeat,1 úrintertreiben to thwart, bintergeben to cheat, blnterbringen inform2, lnnterlaffcn bequeath or to leave binterffd;ren3 (man fufyrt einen Iiinter bag Sid)t) to deceive 2Sott full is accented; but not, if it mean fulfilment of acts, in Bottftrecfen4, Bcttjtebben, Bctlenben5, Bottfiibren6, Bcttbringen complete; one carries out sentences, laws, man Bottjiebt. 1. SBieberr)olen is the only compound of uneber which has the accent on the last. 2. mterbrtngen inform secretly: man r)interbrad)te eg tl/m. 3. 4iinteriabren deceive; but it is more common to say: fytntei ba Sia)t fiir)ren. 4. to execute directly, to effectuate. 5. finish. 6. accomplish. Separable Compounds. The separation of the verb and the separable prefix takes place in the present and imper...

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DAVID MILNE teaches Canadian politics at the University of Prince Edward Island and has advised PEI governments on constitutional matters. He is the author of "Tug of War: Ottawa and the Provinces under Trudeau and Mulroney" and co-editor of "The Garden Transformed: Prince Edward Island 1945-1980".

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