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Context of The true French grammar, with a French rudiment, containing all that is necessary to the speedy and perfect learning of the French tongue, the whole being a compleat Work, fitted to all Capacities; inrich'd with a great many essential Things not to be found in any other. Teaching the new Orthography by short and plain Rules, explaining all the Terms of Grammar, the Use of each part of Speech, Exercises comprehending the chief Difficulties of the Tongue, a Collection of the most necessary Substantives, Adjectives, Verbs, Adverbs and Conjunctions, the most proper Phrases for Use and Conversation, Families Dialogues upon the choicest and most diverting Subjects, Sentences, Proverbs, New and Facetious Stories, Familiar Letters, with the most proper Terms of Address to Persons of all Qualities, Specimens of French Poetry, and Songs set to Musick. By Michael Malard, a French Minister. For the Use of the young Princesses, (electronic resource)
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