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It has the hissing sound before i, con- nected with some other following vowel or vowels, as in patience, factieux, which are pronounced pasian-s, fak-steu.

Both occur in situation, which is pronounced si-tuâsion.

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a .1 k 1 M m N n O o 3» k èl émm ènn o pé qu èr èss té u vé iks i grec zed ah bay say day a eff zhajr ash ee zhee kah ci em en h air ess tay u xay eeks ee grek zed be ce de e fe g© he i je ke le rae ne o te re se te u ve kse y Approx- imate English Pronun- ciation.

In many compound words the hyphen has been suppressed, as henceforth useless. Approx- imate Modern English French Pronun- Pronun- ciation, elation.

S is sounded in aloes, bibus, blocus, chorus, choléra- morbus, dervis,florcs, gratis, jadis, laps, maïs, mars, orémus, ours, rébus, relaps, Beims, Bubens, sinus, en sus, vasistas, etc. Sortirs sertissant sorti il soi lit ils sortissent il sortira ils sortiront qu'il sortisse qu'ils sortissent to obtain.

In the terminations of the imperfect of the subjunctive of verbs of the first conjugation, the a is always short; as, çue je parlasse, que je donnasse. The following table of them is perhaps the most exact : — eoi exemplified in villageois. 1|BIii|grriii|iii|||tir -j v S, before a vowel, sounds like z, as in nous avons eu, which must be pronounced nou-zavôn-zu. a The verb fair* U Rchernlly used to conjugate thtt verb ; *s, faire bouillir, &? Sentir sentant senti je sens, «entons sens, sentez sent, sentent je sentia je sentirai sente, sentions sentes, sentiez sente, sentent to feel, smoi! Servir Bervant servi je sers, served sers, servez sert, servent je servis je servirai serve, servions serves, serviez serve, servent to serve.

When com- bined with h, it has the sound of /, a» in philosophe, philosopher. ./« re inch* pas is sometimes used in the first person of the indies* tive present.

P has' the sound of the same letter in English, as in peine, pain. ** The second person plural of the imperative is v*Kii Ux t pleas» to. PROVO, UTAH Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2011 with funding from Brigham Young University OOwall THE NEW PRACTICAL French and English Dictionary COMPILED FROM The Best Authorities of Both Languages BY PROFESSORS De LOME and WALLACE and HENRY BRIDGEMAN Revised, Corrected and Considerably Enlarged BY PROFESSOR E. NG UNIVERSITY PROVO, UTAH A SUMMARY OF THE ALTERATIONS INTRODUCED BY THE FRENCH ACADEMY. Far from rejecting words of recent creation, the Academy . have introduced as many as 2,200 into their Dictionary . BURT COMPANY, PUBLISHERS NEW YORK i THE LIBRARY BRIGHAM YO'. In words derived from Greek, they have suppressed, almost in every case, one of the etymological letters, when such letter is not sounded : phtisie, rythme, in- stead of phthisie, rhythme. French, i sounded like i in pin exemplified by pique. The innovations the Academy have taken upon themselves to make are generally confined to the suppression of double consonants ; for instance, consonnance, which they now spell with one n only, consonance. cû sounded like e in her (but J™ g e e r r ) and jeûne. aille, allions ailles, alliez aille, aillent envoie, envoyions ^ envoies, envoyiez envoie, envoient English. i The imperfect of the indicative, je défaillais, i3 used.

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