A selection of one hundred of Perrin's fables,
accompanied by a key, containing the text, a literal and free translation, arranged in such a manner as to point out the difference between the French and the English idiom. Also, a figured pronunciation of the French, according to the best French works extant on the subject. The whole preceded by a short treatise on the sounds of the French language, compared with those of the English.
By A. Bolmar ...
|Main Author:||Perrin, John.|
|Related Names:||Bolmar, A. 1797-1861.|
|Language(s):||English ; French|
Philadelphia, Carey & Lea, 1831.
French language /
Composition and exercises.
French language > French language / Readers.
iv, 181 p.
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