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2. After this prayera of the priestess, the two youthse fell asleepd in the temple, and never arose e again.
3. The imperial a dignity had formerly only descended a upon the sons of princes.
4. The Danubea, which arises b in Germany", breaks through d in the south-easterne mountains', and runs aways from the Germans through distanth boundaries, and through foreign nations.
5. She has, in spite of all resistance, prevailed with her opinion, because she was penetrated by its truth.
6. The events a which have, from the remotest times b, exercised a great influenced on the fatee of the humanf races, were ever the migrationsh of tribes.i
7. The time of adventurea, of romanticb enterprises, is gone byd, and never returns.e
8. Everbody likes to deala with punctual people. 2. * Gebet, n. b Priesterin, f. csüngling. d einschlafen. eaufstehen.
3. a kaiserlich. Würde, f. cehemals. d sich forterben, which is separable, and the ge in the Part. Past must be placed between the two compounding parts.
4. Donau, f. bentspringen. Deutschland. d durdjbrechen, and mark, verbs compounded with durch, über, unter, um, hintir, voll, are separable when the chief stress lies on these particles, and when they give the Verbs their peculiar character. e qůdoslich. Gebirg, n. (pl. - e). 8 fortlaufen, hjern. iGrenze, f.
5. a troß with Gen. 6 Widerstand, m. cdurchdringen, lit. urged through ; it is therefore separable, and as a Verb neuter implying a change of condition is conjugated with sein. d durddringen, this is inseparable, because the meaning is changed from the literal sense, to urge through, and is now synonymous with to be perfectly convinced; therefore durch appears like a prefix, and the ge in the Past. Part. is omitted.
6. Ereigniß, n. (pl.-e). byon jeher. Causüben. d Einfluß, m. e Sdicksal, n. fmenschlich. Geschlecht, n. Wanderung. i Volterschaft.
7. a Abenteuer, n., take the plural with the Def. Art. b romantisa. e Unternehmung. vorbei sein, and mark, the compounded particle vorbei follows the rule of the simple. ezurückkehren.
8. a say, deals gladly umgehen, lit. to walk about. b pünktlich.
9. Even glorious truth is abused by many.
10. The language of many savagea tribesb is so poor, that notions which are familiard to us, must be circumscribede for them.
11. The sky in spring is often overclouded, and the earth covered b with fogs.C
12. Oak trees a often growb so large, that they can only be spanned by three persons.
13. The first circumnavigationa was undertaken by Magellan ; but the most famous of all who have sailed round the earth remains Cook.
14. He crossed a the ocean in all directions, and surpassed all his predecessors' in courage and perseveranceh: he perishedi duringj his last voyage.k
15. The lengtha of America obliges! the seamen to saild far roundd when they intende to pass from the eastern coasts of America to the East Indies."
9. a herrlich. b mißbrauchen, and mark, verbs active compounded with miß, are like the neuter inseparable, but they differ from the latter in one point, the ge is in these always omitted; in the first it can be omitted, or placed before the two component parts, as gemißbraudyt or mißbraucht, but mißglůct and not gemißglückt.
10. a wild. b Volt, n. (pl. Volker). Begriff, m. (pl. —e) dgewöhnlich. eumsdireiben, which must be inseparable.
11. A umwolken, therefore inseparable, and bumziehen, likewise, cf. Note 5 b. c Nebel, m.
12. Eiche, f. b werden. cumspa'nnen is to span, but u'mspannen is to put other horses to ; the first is inseparable, the latter, separable.
13. * Umsdiiffung. bunterne'hmen, inseparable. cberühmt. d umsegeln is separable as a Verb neuter, and inseparable as a Verb active, because the first refers more to the direction u'm, and the latter to the action se'geln.
14. a durchschiffen, separable as neuter, inseparable as active, meaning, to visit the ocean everywhere. ”Ocean, m. (nach. dRid;tung. übertreffen. (Vorgånger. &an. h Ausdauer, f. i umkommen, separable, because it means lit. to come round, i.e. to the end, from which the motion began. j auf. Reise, f.
a Lange, f. zwingen. weit. du'msegeln. e vorhaben. růbersegeln. Küste. f. 5 Ostindien, n., sing.
16. Among the sloths, which are peculiarb to South America, is the slowest“, that which is called Ai from the soundd that it utters.e
17. Its progressive motion is so slow, that it has tired outb the patience of all natural historiansd who wished to know it exactly.
18. It would, with an uninterrupted motion, make at the utmost fifty stepsd in twenty-four hours, or one mile e in five months.
19. But it interrupts a this motion so often, and rests b so long, that it perhaps moves on only one mile in six or seven years.
20. Its food a consists b in leaves, and it is certainly d obliged to climb upe the trees, or ratherf to crawl ups, but what ab strugglei does this required!
21. It wants a two days in order to ascend b the tree, which it does not abandon , until the last leaf is nipped off d.
22. It then hungersa for several b days before it resolves d to tumble down;e and butf after some weeks it is forced by all-powerfulh hunger to formi a new resolutioni ofk moving on.
16. Faulthier, n. (pl. - e.) beigen. clangsam. a Laut, m. eyon sich geben.
17. Bewegung. bermüden. cGeduld, f. Naturforscher. egenau.
18. a bei. bununterbrochen. chd distens. Sdiritt, m e Meile, f.
19. a unterbrechen, which has a figurative meaning, and is therefore inseparable. b sich ausruhen. Csich fortbewegen.
20. a Nahrung. b bestehen. Blatt, n. (pl. Blåtter). hinaufklettern, with Acc. fvielmehr. 8 hinaufkriechen. I welch ein. i Ueberwindung. j koften.
21. a brauchen. hinaufsteigen. everlassen. dabnagen.
22. a hungern. b mehrere. cehe. d sich entschließen. e herabfallen. fnur. &zwingen. h allmächtig. i fassen. j Entschluß, m. k say, to move on.
23. What aa contrastb between this motion which requires two minutes in order to advanced the widthe of one finger, and the swiftness of the swallows which fliesh seventy-five feet in one second', consequently, twelve miles in one hour, and with all thisk but rarelyl takes
XI. ON VERBS OF Mood.
1. Saffrona is said b to have come to Europe by the Crusades.
2. We need only be good in reality, then the appearance will not become difficult for us.
3. We ought to combine prudence with virtue, but not hided the complete e absence of virtue under the appearance of prudence.
4. We ought not only to do no evil, but also to omita indifferent thingsb, if they can, underc circumstances, cast d upon us the suspicion of being mischievous.
23. a welcher. b Abstand, m. cerfordern. dfortrůcken. e Breitenf. Schnelligkeit. & Schwalbe, f. b durchfliegen. Secunde, f. jalso. k dabei. i selten. m to take rest ruhen.
1. Safran, m. brollen, means to do what another (a person or a law) wills, maintains, or reports; therefore, I am said ich rolul, the Latin dicor. Kreuzzug, m., and mark, compounded Nouns take the gender of the second or last component part, and Zug is of the masc. gender, because all Substantives derived from Verbs without termination are masculine.
2. a důrfen means to be allowed, not to be prevented by a moral law, then to need, to dare. bwirklid). Schein (in reference to gender, cf. Note 1 ).
3. a follen, subj. imperf. b verbinden. Klugheit. dverbergen. eydlig. Mangel, m.
4. aunterlassen. bsay, something indifferent gleichgültig. cdurch. d werfen. e Verdacht, m. say, of the evil Schlimme, n.
5. A thing, which is really good, we mustb not omit even on account of suspicion.
6. Onea can often lose one's good name without having done b anything wrongo: then conscienced must quiet ® us.
7. The world cannot examine a the hearts, and is often obliged to judge after outward d appearance.
8. We are not only permitteda, but it is our duty b to speak against oppression and injustice.d
9. We must not timidly keep silento where justiced and ordere require that we speak.
10. Every bird musta build its particular nest.
11. She maya dieb, and then no one remains to provide ford our abandoned e family.
12. Among the lastinga infirmities b of the human body, deafness mighte possiblyf be the worst,
13. So unjust you men are, when you do not like a amusements any longer", because you have enjoyedd them,
5. a say, something really good. b dürfen. caudh.
6. man. b say, without to have done. CBdse. Gewissen, and mark, all Substantives which originally were infinitives are neuter. e beruhigen.
7. a prüfen. b müssen. curtheilen. &ußer. 8. a důrfen. b to be the duty of one folen. Unterdrückung. Ungerechtigkeit.
9. a můssen, which implies a natural force and moral obligation. bfurchtsam. cfdweigen. d Recht, n. e Ordnung. fwollen, which means to have a will, to require, to pretend.
10. a cf, Note 9 a. b bauen. ceigenthůmlid.
11. a können, which means to be able, and implies also a logical possibility. bsterben. Çübrig bleiben. d no one to provide for, translate by no provideress Versorgerin. e verlassen.
12. a dauernd. Gebrechen. Körper, m. Saubheit. e mogen or dürfen. fleicht. sschlimm.
13. a to like is mögen. b Vergnügen, which has no plural, since all Substantives originally infinitives have no plural form; this is made here from a derivative, Vergnügung. Cnot any longer nicht mehr. d genießen.