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COMPLETE GRAMMATICAL COURSE

OF THE

GERMAN LANGUAGE.

BY

T. MATTHAY,

Professor of German at Wimbledon School, and other

Military Colleges as well as

at Ladies' Schools.

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LONDON : WERTHEIMER, LEA &.co., PRINTERS,

CIRCUS PLACE, FINSBURY CIRCUS.

PREFACE.

THE favourable reception which my Grammar has met with, and the desire my pupils have expressed to have it illustrated by corresponding exercises, have encouraged me to endeavour to lay down in this Complete Grammatical Course a series of simple, easy and comprehensive rules and lessons. These I have endeavoured to express as shortly and concisely as possible, as their length and difficulty in similar works of larger proportions often perplex and weary the pupil.

The vocabularies and rules are intended to be learned by heart, I have therefore made them as clear and short as possible. The exercises by which the rules are illustrated, are followed by Recapitulatory Exercises, and by Exercises containing mistakes for the pupil to correct, in order to accustom him to think for himself-an object which is so frequently neglected.

T. MATTHAY.

40, MANOR STREET, CLAPHAM.

June 30th, 1875.

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the plural when used as such

Substantives that are not used in the singular

Of not to be translated, and

Of to be rendered by von with the Dative

43, 44 Gender of Substantives

45, 46 Substantives that have two Genders and two Meanings :

47, 48 Recapitulatory Exercises

49 Exercise to corrected

50, 51 Regular Verbs

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