Grammatik der englischen Sprache: nebst methodischem by Dr. Julius Baudisch, Dr. Leon Kellner (auth.), Dr. Julius

By Dr. Julius Baudisch, Dr. Leon Kellner (auth.), Dr. Julius Baudisch, Dr. Leon Kellner (eds.)

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He would say er ~flegte au fagen (= he used to say). ~nm. § 92. l)ieqbatnito"rafeuti4 I ean, I 1087, ete. 1) I cannot come to-morrow. Why would he not do it? 1 could have done it. It might have been expected. ilie \lJtlitetitoptlifentia flnb befecti»e fBetbtl, bie. fe~lenben 80tmen wetben hurdj anbete fBetba »ettteten. r6nnen·: to be able, nid)t t6nnen: to be unable, to fail. wollen:· to be· willing, to want, to wish, desire, intend. refuse, to object to, not to consent to. m6gen: to like, to choose, to'be inclined.

Bjectibum worth (the book is worth reading); e) nad) ~riipofitionen. 3) I insist on his (her, our, your, their) leaving the room. I insist upon his brother's leaving the room (lleben his brother leaving the room). § 101-103. 56 1) 2) S) 4) § 101. Jtte to. A fool may ask more questions than ten wise men can answer. I heard him speak of it. I made him try it. I had rather stay at home. uerben (mit uon ought: all children ought to obey their parents), 2) nadj ben ~etben ber finnlid)en ~a~tUe~mung im ~ctiu, 3) nadj make, bid im ~ctiu, 4) nadj I had rather, I had beUer.

Directly over our heads; to leap over a ditch. 28. Round, around runb um, um, round the corner of that street 29. Since feit, since that time fei! bet Belt. 30. Through burdj, 1. riiumHd): through the Dark Continent. II. Belt, Urfadje: through life 3eitlebens; through improvidence burd) Unbebadjtfamteit. 31. Throughout burd) , fidj fiber ben gan3en ffiaum erftrecfenb, throughout the country im gan3en 2anbe; throughout Europe. 32. Till, until £lis, tlon ber Beit, till now £lis ie~t; till three o'clock.

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