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able accusative action adjectives adverb allowed Arbeit auxiliary verb belong Briefe called dative Dieſe Dieſer dürfen employed English EXERCISES express fich Freund future geben gehen genitive give govern große gute habe haben Ich habe Imperative imperfect Infinitive intr.v iſt Kind kommen Königin können laſſen Leben leſen LESSON letter live machen Mann means Mein mich Mögen Morgen muß Mutter names nicht noun object obliged participle past person Pferd play precedes Predicate preposition present pronoun READ AND TRANSLATE require ſagen ſchon ſehen ſehr ſein ſeiner sentence ſich ſind ſoll speak stand Subjunctive tell tense thun tr.v TURN INTO GERMAN VERB OF MOOD viel werde wish wollen wollte write würde
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