Francis Cheneau's French Grammar enrich'd with a compendious and short way to learn the French tongue in a very short time. (Viz.) With rules more plain than in any Grammar before: and a very rare way to find out all the articles, nouns, pronouns, verbs, and participles. With tables to help the memory of those which cannot learn the said verbs by heart. And the best observations of Mr. de Vaugelas, one of the reformers of the said tongue. With the conjugation of all the irregular verbs. And a table to know & find them in a moment. This book might have been enlarged; had the author joyn'd to it a French Grammar in Latine, which Grammar, in its respect, is frivolous and an English Grammar to teach the English tongue, which is useless for English people.
Printed by N T. for Charles Mearne, bookseller to His Majesty; at the Kings Arms at Charing-Cross,
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