A short and easy method to pronounce the French language, now so much in esteem and vogue among the most polite and learned sort of people.
|Secondary Title||To which is annexed, a French exercise, with its index; containing the most necessary words of it: as also two English exercises, the first of which treats on the several parts of speech, according to their order in the syntax; and the other, without such order, is appropriated as much as possible to the idiom of the French language: there is also spelling part, with the words pronunciation in the opposite part of th same page; and several other useful instructions on the French language. The whole according to the late French grammar published by the Royal Academy at Paris. By John Gence.|
|Publisher||author, by James Byrn, printer, in Cook-Street|
|View on Gale Primary Sources||CB0127929560|