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LEXICON FRENCH GRAMMAR.

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LATE PROFESSOR OF FRENCH, GLASGOW,

Author of the French Speaker, Grammatical Analysis, Key to the
Gender of Nouns, Ac.

Martian:
DAVID NUTT, 270, STRAND.

EDINBURGH: OLIVER & BOYD. GLASGOW: M. OGLE & SON.

1855.

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INTRODUCTION.

The following pages are not presented to the public merely as another French Grammar, but as a new French Grammar; new, because it contains several novel features which, we trust, will be found decided improvements— greatly tending to assist the student, by rendering his labours less irksome and his knowledge more accurate.

One of the first difficulties which retards the progress of a student, is that of selecting the proper French word or expression among the many given in the dictionary—which difficulty, we trust, will be now easily surmounted. How 1 Simply by the French word being found under each English word in

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