1001 Phrases pour bien parler allemand : Un peu de by Demarche Jean-Pierre

By Demarche Jean-Pierre

1001 words pour bien parler allemand est un outil de travail destiné à tous ceux qui ressentent le besoin d'améliorer leur niveau de compétence linguistique : lycéens, élèves des periods préparatoires, étudiants, salariés qui ont besoin de l'allemand dans leur vie professionnelle. 1001 words pour bien parler allemand est un ouvrage easy et efficace pour parler un allemand idiomatique et pour maîtriser les constructions grammaticales fondamentales grâce à un minimal d'explications et un greatest d'exemples. Ce n'est pas une grammaire, mais un recueil de milliers d'exemples authentiques empruntés à l. a. langue los angeles plus courante et groupés autour de eighty issues grammaticaux. 1001 words pour bien parler allemand est structuré pour permettre un travail ponctuel : chacun des eighty issues est subdivisé en sous-ensembles de cinq à dix exemples faciles à mémoriser et à réutiliser. Quelques mins suffisent pour les parcourir et pour maîtriser une constitution apprise dans le goé mais qui n'avait pas été assimilée, le plus souvent parce que l'accent avait été mis sur l'apprentissage de l. a. seule règle.

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VERBAL NOUXS. I 12. The particle boz, being suffixed to various verbal forms, composes verbal nouns, which are used sometimes as the name of the subject (like our participles), or as a name of an action ; but if the verb is transitive, the verbal noun may also signify the object which receives the action expressed by the verb, From the base (to drink), we may derive the following verbal nouns : Present-Preterite. eboti dljelbotr Future. zjc/e)'&on qittneboti @e/ttielebotr &elbeti. Bop1 combines also with the form I d c of the evidential mode.

49. e (together). See 53 119,123. 50. Covo'mvrtiipegi. See 3 7. 51. Tobo'ko-lok'. Tobo'ko, from the Russian soba'kn (dog). Since there is no sound of s in the Yukaghir language, s is changed into t, and both vowels a changed into 0, according to the rules of harmony (see Phonology). The ancient word for dog, $dbtf' is not used any more. e&, suffix of the accusative definite (see 4 12). 52. i (see 5 1 0 5 ) ; ~iuze&~, see 7. 53. PvEe (bad, poor), first person, singular number, presentpreterite (base e'm- be bad), used as an adjective before a noun (see $5 37, 80).

He himself kills,' or killed. These verbs are conjugated like intransitive verbs. $96. The passive voice is formed from transitive verbs by means of the suffix 0, which is usually blended, together with the final vowel of the base, into a long 8. For instance : liirde'di, instead of kide'de-0. Verbs in the passive voice are conjugated like intransitive verbs. For instance : Zt'deP kere'kerre kiide'd5-i He is killed by a Koryak. It is interesting to note that, in the Tundra dialect, the prefix-pronounof the reflexive changes by persons, ns in the Romano-Germanic languages : I kill mysclf.

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