The Practical French Accidence

The Practical French Accidence

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The first general rule is, that c, f, l, and r are the only consonants which are pronounced at the end of French words. ... substantif, substantifs. neuf, neufs, veuf, veufsa€”soif. gri-ef, gri-efs, bri-ef, bri-efs, re-liefs. juif, juifs, suif, suifs. bal, bals , mal, anbsp;...

Title:The Practical French Accidence
Author:William Bentley Fowle
Publisher: - 1842


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