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i . mm : in,rawBBwpjapMiBii *B 3bS W02 BERKELEY LIBRARY university ot CALIFORNIA A NEW METHOD OF LEARNING THE DANISH AND NORWEGIAN LANGUAGES WORKS FOR THE STUDY THEOF DANISH AND NORWEGIAN LANGUAGES. s. d. A and Method ofLund, New, Practical, LearningEasy the Danish and Norwegian Languages. {New Edition, corrected to the New Danish andaccording Norwegian Rules forOrthography. ) Including Pronunciation, Exercises, Vocabularies of UsefulReading Lessons, Words, Dialogues, Extracts from Danish etc. etc. CrownAuthors, 145 pages, 8vo. Cloth 30 ' This excellent work is one of the best introductions to the languages in Denmark and The Timber Tradesspoken Norway.' Journal. to the Exercises in 16SameKey and Idiomatic PhrasesDanish, Norwegian English and Vocabularies of Useful WordsDialogues. Including selected and Familiar and Practical Con-classified,carefully and a Table of Danish Coinsversations, Idioms, Proverbs, with etc. Small 8vo.etc.English Equivalents, 136 pages, Cloth 20 A New Pocket of the and Dano-Dictionary English R.New Edition revised by J.Norwegian Languages. F.C.P. i6mo. Boards .Ainsworth-Davis, B.A., .56 Echo of on ofDanish. Practical ConversationsSpoken Topics and Idio-numerous PhrasesInterest, introducing Colloquial matic in constant Use.Expressions arrangedSystematically in short for Viva-voceChapters Exercises,Reading Purposes, and Practice in Fluent Crown 8vo.Speaking.

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: in,rawBBwpjapMiBii
*B 3bS W02BERKELEY
LIBRARY
university ot
CALIFORNIAA NEW METHOD OF LEARNING THE
DANISH AND NORWEGIAN LANGUAGESWORKS FOR THE STUDY THEOF
DANISH AND NORWEGIAN LANGUAGES.
s. d.
A and Method ofLund, New, Practical, LearningEasy
the Danish and Norwegian Languages. {New Edition,
corrected to the New Danish andaccording Norwegian
Rules forOrthography. ) Including Pronunciation, Exercises,
Vocabularies of UsefulReading Lessons, Words, Dialogues,
Extracts from Danish etc. etc. CrownAuthors, 145 pages,
8vo. Cloth 30
'
This excellent work is one of the best introductions to the languages
in Denmark and The Timber Tradesspoken Norway.' Journal.
to the Exercises in 16SameKey
and Idiomatic PhrasesDanish, Norwegian English
and Vocabularies of Useful WordsDialogues. Including
selected and Familiar and Practical Con-classified,carefully
and a Table of Danish Coinsversations, Idioms, Proverbs,
with etc. Small 8vo.etc.English Equivalents, 136 pages,
Cloth 20
A New Pocket of the and Dano-Dictionary English
R.New Edition revised by J.Norwegian Languages.
F.C.P. i6mo. Boards .Ainsworth-Davis, B.A., .56
Echo of on ofDanish. Practical ConversationsSpoken Topics
and Idio-numerous PhrasesInterest, introducing Colloquial
matic in constant Use.Expressions arrangedSystematically
in short for Viva-voceChapters Exercises,Reading Purposes,
and Practice in Fluent Crown 8vo.Speaking. 104 pages,
2Cloth net o
The of the orobject this book is to familiarise the learner with spoken
occur.colloquial means of conversations such as reallylanguage by they
The author has idiom but also tocontrived not to theonly give genuine
the life and much valuabledepict manners of the thuspeople, providing
information and for commercialto be needed whilstlikely travelling,
purposes.o^^*7
A NEW
PRACTICAL AND EASY METHOD
OF LEARNING THE
DANISH AND NORWEGIAN
LANGUAGES
INCLUDING RULES FOR EXERCISESPRONUNCIATION,
READING VOCABULARIES OF USEFULLESSONS,
EXTRACTS FROMWORDS, DIALOGUES,
DANISH ETC. ETC.AUTHORS,
BY
H. LUND
'
'EDITOR OF NORWEGIAN AND ENGLISHDANISH, IDIOMATIC PHRASES AND DIALOGUES
NEWEDITION
CORRECTED ACCORDING TO THE NEW DANISH AND
NORWEGIAN ORTHOGRAPHY
LONDON
HACHETTE AND COMPANY
18 King William CharingStreet, Cross
1900
All reservedrightsPX>3
PEEFACE
The of becomestudy foreign languages having general,
have altered andthe methods of themteaching improved,
which hasso as to unite the changes philology suggested
with the of hasthose which comparison languages
taught.
The Series of and GrammarsCheap Popularpresent
for the of has beenStudy European Languages published
with this aim in view. These Grammars combine Theory
with and their method and havePractice, arrangement
been based the recommendations of eminentupon
authorities as to the clearest and most rational method
of
teaching languages.
Seidenstiicker was the first who introduced this new
method for the and French andLatin, Greek, languages,
to him the merit of devised a rationalbelongs having
of tuition.system
There one essential omitted evenwas, however, point
in these that the form shouldbooks, namely grammatical
so that the learner at oncethe shouldprecede Exercises,
be made with the structure ofacquainted grammatical
the without which he could neverforeign language,
attain a of it. This defect hasthorough knowledge
been remedied in the and thepresent series, followingVI PREFACE
have all been in accordance withgrammars compiled
this :new arrangement
For the Italian . , Marchetti.Language, by
Salvo.
. .Spanish
. . Cabano.Portuguese Language,
Danish& Lund.Norwegian Language,
Swedish . . LenstrOm.Language,
Dutch . Ahn.
Russian . . Alexandrow.Language
Modern Greek . Vlachos.Language,
Icelandic # . Kask.Language,
All the definitions and rules contained in these
are and The textgrammars clearly simply explained.
in amatter is calculated toprogressively arranged way
interest and the student. obsolete andencourage Many
rules so often found in other works of thiscomplicated
and which tend to bewilder and theclass, only weary
have been removed whichOthers,beginner, altogether.
it has been found to have beennecessary retain,
revised and so as tofully elucidated, presentthoroughly
them in a more attractive manner. of theseMany
manuals have several theeditions,already gone through
from time to andnew issues revised timebeing carefully
to date.hrought up
isThe idea in all these volumes that ofprevalent
the and ofteaching languages easily pleasantly, removing
all at the same ofdifficulties, and, time,unnecessary
a sound and conversational know-imparting grammatical
ofledge foreign tongues.