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THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL

GERMAN GRAMMAR.

IN THREE PARTS.

BY

A. S. DE WELDYCZ, Ph.D.,

PROFESOR OF THE GERMAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE AT THE BURY GRAMMAR SCHOOL
THE MANCHESTER COMMERCIAL SCHOOLS; HIGHER BROUGHTON SCHOOL ;

THE BURY ATHENEUM ; ETC., ETC.

Mit Unvollkommenheit zu ringen, ist das Loos des Menschen.

LONDON:
LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO.

DUBLIN: M'GLASHAN AND GILL
EDINBURGH: SETON AND MACKENZIE.

GLASGOW: DAVID BRYCE & CO.
MANCHESTER: GALT & CO. BURY: T. CROMPTON.

1865.

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[ENTERED AT STATIONERS' HALL ] THIS WORK,

THE RESULT OF MANY YEARS' OBSERVATION,

AND OF THE LABOUR OF THE MIDSUMMER VACATION, 1865,

IS RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED BY

THE AUTHOR TO

THE PARENTS AND FRIENDS

OF HIS PRESENT AND LATE PUPILS,

AS A TRIBUTE OF GRATITUDE

FOR THE CONTINUED KINDNESS AND SUPPORT HE HAS RECEIVED

FROM THEM IN THE DISCHARGE OF HIS ONEROUS

AND MANIFOLD DUTIES.

BROUGHTON LANE,

Manchester, 1865.

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AUTHOR'S PREFACE.

THE shortest and decidedly the surest way of learning a foreign language is to study it at once and thoroughly, according to a concise set of Grammatical Rules, which if applied practically to well arranged and suitable exercises will rapidly ensure proficiency. Long experience in the tuition of the youth of this country, and my position as German Master at several public and private schools and institutions, have induced me to compose and publish this little volume, hoping to spare through it much trouble to pupils and teachers. Before entering on its study let me earnestly impress on the learner's mind the golden maxim, “Never learn a fresh rule, or do an exercise upon it, unless you have perfectly understood and mastered the preceding one.”

At the same publishers may be had two Exercise

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