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awaye from them the means of learnings to the extreme i north of Europe.

42. When I learned a that he had arrived", I thought I ought© to go myself, in order to speak tod him.

43. He protested that this was intolerableb to him, and begged the strangere to go outd again, because his little dwellinge could impossibly contains them both.

44. Every player of an instrumenta knows how docilec the left hand was.

45. I should like to know how it would look a, were I, as a medical mano, to doc.such a foolish thing.d

46. We wished we had a garden, in which such fine a trees were planted as we had seen in the old park near

your house.

47. My father was accustomeda to say to his friends, when showingo them the new pictures he had received, that he was not at all in doubtd bute that they would in futuref become as dark & as those of the old masters.

e to carry away from entführen, with Dat. i$ůlfsmittel, n. 8 Gelehrsamkeit. hnach. i åußerst. jNorden, m.

42. a erfahren. bankommen. c můssen. d to speak to sprechen with the Acc., when it means as much as to pay a visit to, to see, and to speak to a

43. a sdywören. bunerträglich. Fremde. dhinausgehen. Wohnung. fummöglich. s fassen.

44. Instrumentenspieler. erfahren. cgelehrig. 45. a to look fich ausnehmen. b Urzt. cbeginnen. d Unsinn, m. 46. archon. bpflanzen 47. a pflegen to be accustomed. b say, when he shewed. Czeigen. gar nicht not at all, zweifelhaft in doubt. eis not expressed in German after doubt Zweifel. fkünftig in future. sdunkel.




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1. Let us goa homeb quietly and tell our parents what has occurred d.

2. Let us take a seata, and restb from our walk.

3. Let us love our country, and, if necessary a, let us die for its independence.

4. Let us imitatea the great examples of our ancestors.

5. Let us dedicate a some observationsb to this remarkable man.

6. Go or remain, exactly as thou pleasest. 7. Thou speaka, and thou keep silent.b

8. Wilt thou know a thyself, then see how other people b acto: wilt thou understandd the rest of mankind, then look into thy own heart.

9. Be deserving & of praise, and thou wilt obtain d praise.

1. a the Imperative has no form for the first person of the sing. : the first person plural is either taken from the Subjunctive Present, or it is expressed by the Verb let lassen, as let us write immediately schreiben wir sogleich, or lasset uns sogleich schreiben. bnach Hause. Cruhig. d sich ereignen.

2. a fick seßen to take a seat, therefore it is to be said literally, let us seat ourselves. b sich ausruhen. Spaziergang.

3. anothig, and say, if it is necessary. b Unabhängigkeit.

4. a nachahmen, and mark, this Verb is construed with an Accusative if it refers to a thing, and with a Dative when to a person. Beispiel, n. Vorfahr, m. (G.–en). 5. a widmen. b Betrachtung. merkwürdig.

6. a the second person singular of the Imperative is used only in poetry, and in addressing intimate friends or relations: the Pronoun is placed when a great stress is put upon it. gerade.

cI please es beliebt mir.

7. athe Pronoun can be placed either after the Imperative, which is more usual, or also before it. b schweigen.

8. a erkennen. b die andern. ces treiben. d verstehen. edie andern.

9. a würdig. b Lob, n. cso. d erhalten.


10. Give him only one finger, anda he will takeb thy whole hand.

11. To-day only, only to-day, do not allowa thyself to be ensnared, then thou wilt haved escapede a hundred times.

12. Go, obeya my willb, use thy young days, and learn by times d to be more sensible e

13. Be happy, and farewell.
14. Bea satisfied b, and do not grumble at your

lot.d 15. Listena, see, and keep silent.b 16. Now let every one goa his way.b

17. Let her use a forceb, let her kill me, let her bring this sacrifice to her safety d, but let her also confesse that I have not been judged accordings to lawh

18. Let him commanda, and this fortress b will open its gates.

19. Let him enter.a

10. a so. b take the Present. 11. a lassen. b fangen. cso. d take the Perfect. e entgehen. 12. agohorchen, with Dat. b Wille, m. Cnußen. dzeitig. e klug.

14. a The addressed person in plural is used a) like in English when the addressed person in singular is given by thou du, as child be quiet Kind sei ruhig; therefore, children be quiet Kinder seid ruhig; or b) in poetical language, when old people and persons of high rank are addressed; but in social language the second person is addressed both in singular and plural by the third person of the plural, as follow

my advice folgen Sie meinem Rathe ; and it is to be observed, that this Sie is written with a capital initial. b zufrieden. сmurren ůber, Acc. d loos, n. 15. a hören.

schweigen. 16. a The third person sing. of the Imperative is either taken from the Subjunctive Present, or formed by lassen, as let him read this letter once more lese er diesen Brief noch einmal, or lasset ihn diesen Brief noch einmal lesen. b Genitive.

17. a brauchen. b Gewalt. Opfer, n. Sicherheit. egestehen. frichten. 8 & gemäß. Gerek, n.

18. a gebieten. b Festung. caufthun. Thor, n. (pl.—e). 19. a eintreten.


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20. Thy will be done.
21. Let it be executed a directly.b
22. Bringa me proofsb, and I will condemnd him.

23. Permit a me to make some general b observations e before I refer to d this speciale case.

24. Let people go into the asylums of madmen', and hear their chattering, or let theme listen tof some exceedingly simple fools", and they will explain i to themselves why the


has been refused; the divinek gift' of speech. 25. Let them departa in peace.b

26. Let them suppose a the case of their having failed b in this attempto, what resourced would have been lefte to them?

27. Let them say whatever they likea, but let them pay what they owe.

28. Tell me, please a, your opinion on this matter.d




20. geschehen to be done. 21. ausführen. b sogleich.

22. & express this by the indefinite man. b Beweis, m. c take the Present. d perurtheilen.

23. a to permit to make erlauben ; here either the social form of the Imperative can be taken, or the indefinite man, if the people addressed are not present, as in a book. b allgemein. Bemerkung. d eingehen in, Acc. e besonder. Fal. 24. a man. Haus, n. Wahnsinnnig. Geschwå, n.

e man. fanhören. 8 åußerst. h einfältig, Thor. i erklären. 3 versagen, with Dat. k gåttlich. Gabe.

25. a scheiden, and it is to be remarked, that the third person of the plural, like that of the singular, is either taken from the Subjunctive Present, or circumscribed by lassen. Friede, m. 26. a regen.b

say, that they had failed, in the Subjunctive; I fail in a thing is eine Sache mißlingt mir. c Versuch. d Hårføquelle, f. e lassen or bleiben.

27. a wollen. bzahlen. Csollen.

28. a to be given by the Adverbs einmal, doch or gefädigst: the first two express more the urgency of the Imperative, the third refers to the kindness of the addressed person. Meinung. cůber, Acc. a Sache, f.

29. Pray a do not mention this affair to anybody. 30. Be so kind as a to ring the bell.

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1. Talking a has its time, and keeping silence b has its time too.

2. Giving presents a is more delightfulb than receiving presents.

3. It is certainly better to suffer a wrong b than to do wrong; but there is a third way", which is more reasonabled and noble than both, to prevente by courage and energyf that by no means8 wrong may be done.h

4. Telling a falsehooda and cheating are very nearly related.d

5. You have nice talking and laughing.


29. a either bitte, or by the Adverb ja placed after the Imperative. erwåhnen. (not any body keiner, lo es, or niemand.

30. a this as after so kind, and similar expressions, against all construction, is expressed by und, which makes the following sentence perfectly independent; therefore, translate and ring. bichellen. c Glocke, f., or Klingel, f.

1. a the English Participle Present often only refers to the action of the Verb, without reference to time, person, or mood : this is expressed in German by the Infinitive, without zu to. bfchweigen. cauch.

2. a geben to give presents. bselig. Ĉnehmen to receive presents,

3. a Yeiden, and mark, when the Infinitive expression, like to suffer wrong, is the subject to a sentence, as hereto, it is certainly better, it is not preceded by the particle zu to. b Unrecht. Drittes third way. d vernünftig. e verhindern. fKraft, f. & durchaus kein. h geschehen.

4. a lügen. b betrügen. cnahe. d verwandt, say, related to each other.

5. a gut. b the Participle Present after to have is given in German by an Infinitive without zu.

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