This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1914 Excerpt: ...the acute or the grave accent.--(b) Strander(na) has the acute accent; numera may have either the acute or the grave accent. 207. ...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1914 Excerpt: ...the acute or the grave accent.--(b) Strander(na) has the acute accent; numera may have either the acute or the grave accent. 207. COLLOQUIALISMS: (1) In the case of the verbs mentioned in 203, 2, the shorter forms occur primarily in the spoken language; but particularly be, ber, ge, ger and bli, blir are also frequently used in the written language, except in the more elevated style. The supine bett is used in all kinds of style, while gett belongs primarily to the spoken language; the corresponding supines of bli, la and dra are dialectical. (2) In the past tense of a number of strong verbs the final consonant, when preceded by a long vowel, may be omitted in easy speech: ga(v), va(r), dro(g), slo(g), W- etc. (3) In the greater part of Southern Sweden the supine in-it is pronounced like the neuter of the past part., -et;in 1 See page 139, foot-note 1. 2 In addition, in the weak supines of the verbs of 203, 1 and 2. 3 In place of stod the form stog is used in a large part of Sweden. the rest of Sweden it is usually pronounced as spelled, though in Stockholm and a number of other places it loses the final-t1 in easy speech; as, vari for varit.--Similarly, the final t of the past part, is omitted in some parts of the country (including Stockholm); as, give(t); cf. 157, 3. (4) In the spoken language, r1agonsin is usually shortened to nansin. Cf. nan for nagon in Lesson XXIV. (5) Of verbs that may be either strong or weak, the spoken language in most cases prefers the weak forms. (6) In verbs of the type of flyga, easy speech frequently has the same vowel in the supine as in the infinitive: flyga, flog, flygit. (7) Tva is used only in the elevated style, tvatta being the word otherwise employed. VOCABULARY. Note...
Good. 1914 first edition from the Enberg-Holmberg Publishing Co. of Chicago. Good blue cloth hardcover, some light edgewear to the binding, tight, light pencil marks to a few pages, first two leaves with the top corner tip creased. 1920 signature at front. Thank you!
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