Claudius Mauger's French grammar with additions Enriched with new words, and a new method, and all the improvements of that famous language, as it is now flourishing at the court of France. Where is to be seen an extraordinary and methodical order for the acquisition of that tongue: viz. a most modish pronunciation, the conjugation of irregular verbs, short and substantial rules; to which are subjoyned a vocabulary, and a most exact new grammar of the English tongue, with all advantages that may make it desirable to foreigners.
printed by R.E. for K. Bentley, in Russel-Street in Covent-Garden,
|Edition:||The eighteenth edition, exactly corrected and enlarged by the author, late professor of the languages at Paris.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
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