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d n. leur, de J. Cha,i.s
noai, Eoter, Ch.T.H.r d.
LgioD d'Honneur el Rdacteur
en Chef

du Courrier du

PProcer

langue de celle d'une auire

euphonie d'une

*ro"it:\',s^rir'n.iu^iF^
on a du

avoir recoura ds l'origine


des tirdp

suf^ltj.rt

un bon ag^ f

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pa;\Sp^en;:r?o:;^/^4.fr^l"";^^^^^^^^^^^
fnstitution

rrie";ot df^^rTe"" l?"""r r'

mieux app,.e ,ue cee


,u"etp"

.-envoie) .est

,;!

comme

le collge des
la forfune de

Havard, University,

TsuC 1 A'

* "' *^"?"

u Zu a""

'

prSetuTtStCJ'ire ^rv^/tiz* 'j^iT "ir^'

ses dernires limites par

'

un lonr irnaLn?^.?

conduite

Je v^n, demande pardon du retard


apport dan, ma rponse.
.
Vous pourrie peut-tre obtenir quelque
protection aui Pc.
"''"""'"'
* ""
mSS'l'i
run%'o".r7.n

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=.'

Encore une fois, pardonnez-moi


et croyez au vif dsir nn^ VA
prouve de vous voir rcompens
^
de vos utUes travaux

Tout voua,
..

(Sign,)

TACH.
' '"*"

J. 0.

rrL^cia^lotVeilrS.^'L'i'^.r' ""'
.

I*.

F. GOIK.

^*

T/nliT
f ^*i'
Taoh, Esquire,
Knight

letter written In

French by

J.

Chablm

of the Legion of Honour, and


Chief
CompoBUor of the Courtier of Canada,
in Quebec, addreBaed
to Mr. Louia Franois
Gouw, Notary Public.

F
My Dear

Q^x^bko, March, 1869.


Sir,

cept perhap's

'Z^^^

Z^^^^^^^

e\"&Tororiruat\-tr^^^^^^
Jnoo

f t^^'^w^u ?''^"''*'

tJ .''"

but

it is

not altogether

'";?'?re'i, but ia Tain, lo procure

new

it is

some works o.

think your book would be


successful in the United States

A]\
extensive application you have
applied to

it

Truly yours,
(Signed,)

coL^nT^?.? ttr''^L.1'' ^"^

J. 0.

before

L. F.

TAOH.
the fourth

QOUIN.

PR

J.

Ohabim

ir,

and Chief

(C,

addressed

A NEW SYSTEM

^^

or

rch, 185&.

FRENCH AND ENGLISH


PRONUNCIATION,

tcellent,

cx-

cause diffluilating the

new:

WITH OR WITHOUT A MASTER.


By

it is

from the
most com-

it
3

C. B.

1859.

works on

ire

GOUIN,

THBEl RIVERS,

and perfect
e

L. F.

opinion

repute in

Key of
it ia a

'id
:

NOUVEAU SYSTEME

ted States,

an imporin George-

.
-"

h'a:
*

'

.,

:.;.

y.

PBONOT^CTAxiqV.

.*

/V..

ork would
altogether
render it
aew, as an
the more
J

ited

States

or to

re I feel

to

'

AVEC MAITRE OU SANS MAITRE.


Par

L.

p.

GOUIN,

TROIS BIVliRES,

0. H.

1859.

AOH.
ie

fourth

OUIN.

Iflontrcal

PBINTBD BT JOHN

lOVELt,, ST.

1859.

NICHOLAS STMBT.

>

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',,*
.

PC.

Q(B7

PREFACE.
ai.c

ol

Author of this o,k, p.rceivig

for

long time.

tl,.t

thst polite, and


now-a-day, useful langnaco
has after

Engh,h,unds.

Dialogues have at different


timee been
p W^hed; but these did not give the learner
the true

""''

in

'!. work, that


fhas been accomplished,
as far

ir object
oh
for

due atlent.on

much wished

a. possible.

The Author has


lor

prefixed . key of sounds


to his work
which the learner will be
able to

to

up,d

progress, both in the


translation
of the French, as on the
first column

make

and pronunciation

will be found the Engranslat.on.nd on the second


the pronunciation and
the thud column the
French. In the following
work care
l.s only
cen taken to lead on
the learner gfadnl by
^'
easy and familiar lessons.
'

The Vocabulary and Dialogues


work are

selected,

riench Janguage.

Though

this

as well as the whole

and combine almost

work

is

words

in .he

designed for

tlie use of adult


perelementary School Book
The Author in compiling this
work, wished to promote
-the cause of education,
by enabling the English to
read *
a short time, tbn Frn, .;*u
-- ^ s-

sons,

,t

IS

also a

most

Useful

there by acqu.nng a knowledge


of that language

expeditiously,

amas

more

The Author thinks it proper to expose


to the Pubh'c in
general, lL-,t he has unfortunately
been deprived of the
ight fiince nineteen year9 past
and that in 1Q51 he had
resolved to turn to profitable
account \m time of blindness
10 partly compiling this work: and
t the same time he

had been wishing to propapagato


the French language
through the United States and
elsewhere
he would have
ventured to follow the example of
those inventive gcnious
in hndmg out and in placing
in due method, by writing
down by the assistance of a writer
this new system of
trench Pronunciation according
to the Parisian Language but he coujd not then find
the means of
:

published
since

the

i,

getting it
that since the Anglo-French
alliance, especially
Crimean War, where the unfortunate
allied

soldiers could not understand


each other,

and since the


grand exhibitions of London and
Paris where a great
number of French and English visitors could
neither speak
nor be understood by each other, the
Author has deternxined to enlarge the frame of his
work by adding to it a
fourth column of English
Pronunciation, so as to enable
by this work the English and French
nations of Europe
and America to learn reciprocally a
language which becomes more and more necessary to them.

The
the

greatest care and precaution have


been taken by
Author to render both Pronunciations
facile and

correct.

Two

,v

Dictionaries have been

made use of to that effect


the French Dictionary by F.
P. B. used in the Frre's
School for the French Pronunciation,
and that of Noah
Webster's for the English Pronunciation.

How
^

far

he

may have

ing Public to judge.

succeeded he leaves to a discern-

It

PREFACE.
..

auteur do ce nourol
ouvrage s'tant apper.,
que I, personne,
dsireuse,

lng^.n,p,

depu

d'appreudr!

l"

pronoue,t,on de cotte
langne, de uo, jour,
devenue iu-

d spensaMe au,

diffrentes classes de la'soci^t,


s'os

'"'"'"
cuit s

fn

ren'

"'m

iranais en sons

purement

"""''

'^

'""''

p"

^ O^"

anglais.

Quantit de dialogues
ont t publi, dans
ce but

rendre,

force de reHex,ons, d'imagination

tion;!L"t""^wuTI;'t"""

'

et

de combi-

v^' '" -"' -P-

de rapides progrs
dans cette langue.
JJans a premire
colonne de ce livre se
trouve l'An^A-

faire

out^itprpoJ;^^^^^^^^^^^

Cveux

IT""'

duelkment, en

lui mettant,

sou^

n:sK":ro::ar'^-->p-^<>e

8
L'auteur croit devoir exposer
au public en gnral-

qu II est priv de la vue depuis


dix-neuf ans passs
qu en 1851 ayant voulu mettre
son temps

ei

de ccit pro-

fit en compilant,
en partie, .cet ouvrage, et
en
ayant voulu propager la langue
franaise

mme temps
aux Etats-Unis et

ailleurs,

se serait aventur de marcher sur


les traces de
gnies inventifs, en inventant
et en rdigeant, par
l'entremise d un ecrivam employ
cet effet, ce nouveau
systme
de prononciation franaise,
capable d'enseigner aux
Amncams et aux Anglais, en gnral,
prononcer, lire
et

parler le franais aussi


correctement que possible,
et suiTant la Prononciation Parisienne;
mais il n'a pas trouv
aloi., le moyen de
1. feire publier: que depuis
^alliance
entre 1 Angleterre et la
France, surtout depui. la
guerre
d Orient ou les malheureux soldats
allis no pouvaient
se
comprendre et depuis les grandes
expositions de Londres
e de Pana ou un grand

nombre de

visiteurs

d une part
parler

Franais

et Anglais de l'autre
ne pouvaient non plus
se
se comprendre, l'auteur
a rsolu d'aggrandir le

cadre de son ouvrage, en


y ajoutant une quatrime coonne de Prononciation Anglaise,
atin d. donner
l'avantage par cet ouvrage, tous

Franais, Canadiens-Fran^^ais
Amricains et Anglais d'apprendre
rciproquement prononcer, lire et parler, une
langue qui leur devient
de
plus n plus ncessaire.
L'auteur a pris le plus grandes
prcautions et n'a rien

ghg pour rendre les deux


prononciations
rectes.
Le actionnaire des Frres de

facile et cor-

la

tienne
aise

lu,

Doctrine ChrPrononciation Fran-

a servi de guide pour la


de Noah Webster pour
la Prononciation

et celu,

Anglaise.

Maintenant

il

laisse

iurite de sou oeuvre.

un public impartial
'

^-'^""'

a.,

"''""

INTRODUCTION.

y"abo,h,ch sound very differently


from hose of the
Enghsh angunge, or which are
entirely nk. ,
e j!
Bh

.t ,s

classed

necessary for the French


pronunciation, which
the second cohuun of

this

O'.to as small a number as possible,

book

to

li;r

to avoi^

he

diffi

cu^tjes and confusion,


which a great nLbe 7,:",
emlly produce, and to
give to the English
langtate

Jf",!

ear as possible the just


and correct p.o'n unciZn
T'the
French ; but 1o attain it, it is
also necessary that
tl
nrfn
e,pal e,cept>al French
sounds be subs.Uutod
by
words or syllables supposed
to be English soall
.
'
words or syllables, which
will

Ce"

Cn

w,ll

f ^^

sound in '^^2, in
be substituted by (anh,)
those in (eil ei le,
a"e

uted by (aunh.) those in

eux, u, etc,)

eur, etc.,) by (ehrr,)


those in
nd those in (est, ais, ait,
.Dd those in (ail, aille, etc.,)

by feh or uh

(on, ons, ont, etc.,)


aient, etc.,)

et"

by

by onh
or ah

by the En^ish'l tte


(T)
ft
wel to observe, that the
words or syllables (aij?
anh
h, etc.,) are nasal sounds, and that the
letter () n
rch
flbose words, should be
IS

pronounced so as to

flowing sound, as in the


words fbanfe.
(n,)

prodra
"
,*
h.n^il,

n (aunt) or as (onh)
in (Johnson,)
(ay-ye)

wm
ouad almost a,
(.,) i (bayonet,) supposing
tho^i) to

10

as .he

'r

ii^lT^ fh^r^m hf
^"^
!{,.
h .1

(ber,) (onh) will

Will have the


the sound of
most lite

,T->

o'ad :f

Cn fJK",
IS
flrtr

We

exalfe

butin reading the


ligbt difference.

""' *" P~"-'<<

theTq) and

^f

,h,

?^^

"^''^ ''""

theTT ."
""' ^"'y
tWu?^"** together
have
^?^

T^

(keTfliltlthr'""'"^'"'

col": wilUet:;^'';' '""' -""'


^.t.e will he

When

oomn.a placed ne,t

i.

senarnfo^

Iv

carried to the next

vowel or
is

is

<" -

"'" ""

-ond

* ^^P*"^"*
"^ "

'

Mhe .'"""^
t^n IVr*/'''
"' 'bat consonant

rJ

.,

a. lent (I, eLml. !''!"

Itisalsogol/'toZa^"

pronounced (fee)
vowel

''''''>

t:^^
^ aT^^'1 ^

se^a^dte

a consonant

(>)

have

"^

lr'"M'""'''
b' in reading

'

soL

tbe sound of the


letter

ounded as

fef'"".)

foTlfoJt-

its

^"'''">

""""i of

<"'"'"'-.)
7 ^^^ '" ()
will

,^1"'^

'bo woi (,he)


fe) will

"'

befZ

with ,
Tf ^'^
"'""") "'

thll'thff"'''.

"'' ''"*' ('')

orasUentVis;^Iu;e:d~'

""' ''""' "

I,

rd should

ve almost

(change,)

sound

INTRODUCTION.

of

(bound)

f (ail)

by

no more
ice,)

(al)

have

vi\l

mounced
be sound
.

U j) will
(Sh) ID

ding the

The

i).

given,

''

a very
er

have

will

be

Comme il y a dans la langue Anglaise


beaucoup de mots ef
de .yllabes qu, d.ffrent
un peu dans les sons
et dansTa prf
onc,.t, ae ceux de la
langue Franaise, il est
pou la P.ononc,at,on
Anglaise qui .e trouve
classe dans
1. quatneme colonne de ce livre,
d'tablir quelques
fin de rendre la
Prononciation

impX
rZ

aussi cor

JequelX

exemple, l'tudiant aura


la vritable
de, mots ou .,l,abes
o se rencontrent les

PrloS"n
let^

(db
en se pressant trs
lgrement l'extrmitde
laUngue avec les dents et
la retirant en
prononant le
et

(th)

bo

second
y

sjl-

yphen.

by a
sonant

[1

que,) (ton thine'que.)


Anglais, the book, to
think
et les syllabes qui
se terminent en
(gn'e) an
.en d avoir leur son
final en (en) l'auront
en (heu) Ainsi
lea mots
syllabes qui se terminent

U. mou

en

mth a
ee) un
I

(fils)

hie a

vZ^

<'''<'.

(sign'heu,

(lui ot'I

rogu'heu,

hain'heu

12

..onoeront c,a,n,e dans

1.

circonflexe sera long


et ouvert

.il:^L'::,otet
par une virgule
.t

" 1 Tl^^

'"^

'

*"'*'"

tr:rir t^-"
""'

"'^' "^

aoZ

?,,

" '"'

<''^'

"'

l\

rs lgret

crits

se) se

en

pro-

L'accent

TABLE OF DIALOGUES.

"ot de la
des autres
^ent aussi
1.

On

2.

Tosalute,

the

meeting

first

in the morning,..
**'

8.

On

the weather,..

10.

On

dinner,....'.

''^";
.

91^

^^

^^^

...]..***'"*

103

1 2.

To

13.

Between two
sch;;;vj;s'g;ingVo*;;;;i;.*.*;;;:;
Joy, Borrow and anger,..
.
Between the Master and

14.
16.

th ank,'.

th'ppiV,.'.'

16. Satisfaction
17.

and dissatisfaction,
Before going to bed,

18. Rising in the

morning,

m^
?!

"

^^^

....*.*."*.*."

^^^

19.

To

20.

Betweenalad,an7hVr waUi^g'^omL;;;:;:;;;;;;*'*
f
To make a visit in the
morning,
HI
123
To breakfast,

^I.

dress one's

self,

'

22.

'

126

23. Before dinner,....'.'.'


24.

25.
26.
27.

At dinner,
To bur bnnks
To take a lodging]!]!'
To enquire after one..
'

^^^

12T
***'.'**'

"

^^^
^^*

136

14
28.

Of news,...

"

? ^^i^ir'^^-^^'px^
/k'

31-

3-

To embark

in

On
Onneedlli.^'
needlework

3. After

'41

Ht

'

an excursion,;

Oniron rail^rara
f-^^'^-n^^'
ff.

::

38. On the
EnglTs?
39. Return.wS'
'":
Return.-n^l ^":

159
"

4I.RecoreZ^r'^'*'^'"^P^-ce,.
43.

iln.-.5_V?'***

friend.

jgg

46. Idem....
47.

I'rs

ong;!;.;:-;

^'
:

:::
...

183

TABLE DES DULOGUES.

1.

la

La

2.

'

premire entrevue

le

^^**"'

matin
'

salutation,

92

3. S";; |a

premire cVn';eV3Lo7dum'n;;:::::
bur la promenade,..

4.

if
9"*

10.

Sur

",*'":
^*
langue franaise
y inclus sV/nrinV'''^^''''^^^^^'^
^0*
Surlesremercments,...
Entre deux coliers

1 1.

12.
13.

la

se rendnV
'l'idole
la joie, le chagrin
et la colre,

Sur

15.

Entre

16.

Contentement et
mcont^nVem'enV,;;;;;

le

17.

Avant

Au

lever

19.

En

8'habillant,

20.

le

coucher,

du matin,...
.**

Entre une dame et


sa 'ftmrnVd^'
chambre
faisant une visite
le matin...

En

22.

Au

23.

Avant

24.

Au

25.

djener,
le diner,.

diner,

'''
^^

matre et l'lve

18.

21.

""

.'

14.

'

"J
112
112

H6
"^
^^0

124
.1**

126
.'

126

En

?"<*

ri

achetant des livrs


la recherche
d'un logmVnV, ;::::;;;
En s formant

^28

28.

Sur

138

26.

les

d'un logement
nouvelles

^^2

'

146

16
31.
32.

148

Pour l'embarquer dans un paquebot,. . ..*....


Etant dana un htel,.

Sur l'ouvrage l'aiguille,


34. Sur une petite excursion,
35. Aprs une excursion,
86. Sur les chemins de fer,

152

154

33.

31.

Sur

154

156
158

160

la Tamise,

162

38. Sur les Anglais,

retour d'un voyage,

166

retour des eaux minrales,

166

40.

Au
Au

41.

Sur

42.

En
Un voyage

39.

43.

un ami,

Sur l'achat de diflfrents


46. Idem,
^
46. Idem,
4T. Allant en France,

Sur

le dessein,

l'<fO

1^4

en France projet,

44.

48.

1 "ifO

la convalescence,

faisant visite

1^6

articles,

1*^8

180
182

18*

FREXCH AND ENGLISH

PRONUNCIATION
"''^ ^'"'^" letters

,h^
M ^t'^"^
sbould
be pronounced as
foU
lows

Les

lettres capitales et les


doivent se prononcer
comme suit :

petites

English.

A.

i*'/*.

a.

pronum

Franais.

ahw.

B. b.

A.

bay,

C. c.
D. d.

sajr.

e.

D. d.

ay.

f.

eff.

G.

g.

E.
F.

H.

h.

jay.

ee.

kaw.

emm.

P.p.
Q.q.

pay.

efl'e.

d'ji.

Ii-t'chc.

kew.

r.

air.

ess.

T. t.
U. u.

tay.

V.y.

In the French
alphaoet there is no vr.

Icin^'dToYE^^li

cmme.
ennc.

au ou
pi.

Q.
R.

q.

k'you.

r.

arre.

8.

esse.
ti.

you.
Ti.

X
Y

y-

Z.

z.

mutriLe^cir/S

X.

''^"'

eckce.
ouye.
zde.

^u^"^^ *^e

The acute ac^ent^s


usedT; iTn^F^'.',^^^'
accent
(')

is used on
long sXb?es
distinguish an intermedii.t

o.

dob-beuI>you.

ix or icks.
eegrec.
zedd.

y.- y/. z.

elle.

T. t.
U. u.
V. r.

ay.
J
\

dj.
k.

P.p.

S.

u.

ou 'yc.

il

M. m.
N. n.
0.0.

o.

s.

X. I

f.

K. k.
L. 1.

ell.

enn.

^^

i.

I. i.

N. n.
0. o.

R.

di.

e.

zjee.

M. m.

S.

si.

G. g.
H. h.

hash.

i.

e.
bi.

Ce.

daj.

E.
F.

J.J.
K. k.
L.I.

Pr. anglaise.

A.
a.

B. b.

^^ **

The apostrophe
mark^t/-?"^

%\?i
i 1 ^^^

''

are four

""'^<i ^toe
'^^^ '^*

C>
^mmUx

is

xx't o

^l*"""*" "''"^ "< erare


sion of a
vowcrbcfre anoSer vwll'n*'." * ^'^ *^ ""PP"^>s placed
under th 'nf wl'fJ.^.^f^ '> te: The cirfiUa
'"" ;" #> o, u to give
sort Bound
() The'di;!
itoc
into two syllab/es
as Is^^r iVhll "^^ ^^""^"^ ^
^'^*
hyphn is used to cowsect
compound words.
^ ^
(')

.-

h^^Mg

'

16
Engliih.

fr. pronun.

Ba.
Se.

Franait.

Bahw.
Beh or Buh.

Bi.

Pr. anglaU.

Ba.
Be.

Bee.
Bo.
Bti or Bew:

h.
Bi.

Bo.

Bu.

Ca.
Ce.
Ci.

Co.
Cu.

0.
De.
DI.

Do.
Da.

Bla.
Ble.
Bli.

Bio.
BIu.

Cla.
Cle.
Cli.

Clo.
Clu.

Fla.
Pie.
Fli.

Plo.
Pin.

61*.
6Ie.
Gli.

Olo.
Glu,

Bi.

Cahw.

Ca.
Ce.

Seh or Sub.
See.

Ci.

Dee.
Do.

S-ye.
Co.
K'you.

Da.

D.

Blahw.
Bleh or Blub.
Blee.
Bio.
BIu.

Bli.

Clee.
Clo.
Clu.

Clo.
Clu.

Fliih

Glah^.
61h or Gluh.

Gu.

Cla.
Cle.
Cli.

Flee.
Flo.
Flu.

Glee.

Bla.
Ble.
Bio.
BIu.

Clahw.
Cleh or Club.

Flahw.
Pleh or

De..
Di.

Do.
Du.

Du.

K.
Ci.

Co.
Cu.

Co.
Cu.

Dahw.
Deh or Dub

B'ye.
Bo.
B>o\i.

Bo.
Bu.

Fla.
Pie.
Pli.

Flo.
Flu.

Gla.
Ole.

Di.

Do.
D'you.

Ble.
fill.

Blft.yc.

Bio.

Blou.

Cl.
Cli.

Cl-ye.
Clo.

Clou.

Fi.
Fli,

Fl'ye.
Flo.

Flou.

Gl.
Gli.

Gli.

Glo.
Glu.

Glo."

GIou.

'

19

ntlaUi.

Engli$h

l^r. pro). inc.

Pra.
Pre.

Prahw.

Prl.

Prec.
Pro.
Pru.

Preb or

Pro.
Prii.

Tra.
Trc.

fronait.

Piuli.

Pri.

Vnili,

Vree.
Vro.

column

is

English,

second shows the


prominciation of the French,

the
third column contains
the true
i-rench, and the
fourth the
pronunciation of the
English.
The learner who will
study
the French by
pronouncing
the words
the

.munot

rench
^usa,
^tudy

full

second column
to pronounce the

correctly;
the learner

Vr.
Vri.
Vr'yf.

Klmciits do la
conver^uiio,,

^la'i?/ir''^'''i'^"""^''^'
glaise,
la seconde

irieme la
prononciation

'\-

Ltudiantquitude
^Franais en prononant

K-.

^eTeut'n\V"'''""'''"*^'^'-

will

et,

to

la

glaise.

ceVfc,
ceuo

^<"-

An-

enseigne

vice

*'"''^"^

Vro.
V>on.

Angla.se et Franaise
conJb
tant en mots
facUcs

and

fail

""

Vra.
Vre.

who

il,e
English by pronouiicing the words
in the
fourth column
cannot

fectlj""'"

Trou.

Vri.

French couversation
considtlnir
^
or easy words.
first

Tro.'

Vro.
Vru.

V'rn.

the

Trvc.

Tro.
Tru.

Vraliw.

Vro.
Vru.

Tr.
Tri.

Tri.

Vreh or

Vri.

The

Tra.
Tre.

Truh.

Tree.
Tro.
Tni.

Vra.
Vre.

Pr'ye.

Pro.
Prou.

Pru

Truhw.

Tro.
Tru.

Pr.
Pri.

Pro.

Tehoi

Tri.

Pr. anglaise.

Pr.
Pre.

'"*.''q"''de prono,..

Franais correctemen

vice versa,

l'tudiant uni
tudiera langlais en
ponn-

colonne, ne peut
non plus manquer de prononcer
lAn-Iai.
^"oiai>
orrccten'^nt.

^'fgluk.

Fit

^nu

Franah

S>eU.
Karth.
Water.
e.

Tare.
O.

Hirer.

Reef '/are.

Stream.
Church.
Afan.

Woman.
Father.
Mother.
Brother.

Daughter.

y on.
Head.
Mouth.
Nose.

Eglise.

liomme.

Strme.
f'cheur-t'che.

Famin.

Femme.

Manne.
Ouo-menc.

Perc.
Mre.
Frre.

F-dhere.
M-dhere.
Br-dhere.

^faro.

Frare.
Feel-ye.
Fee.
Tait.

Boos h.
Nay.

Finger.

Dwah.

Thumb.

Brc

Poocc.
P'yay.
Doe.
Pvrah-trprn.

Stomach.
Lire.

Ks-to-ninliw.
Fwtth.

Coat.
Coal-ay.

Bone.
lo.

Fille.
Fils.

Tte.
i'Ouche.
Nez.
Joue.
Bras.
Doigt.

Nze.
T'chliVjue.

Arme.
Fine-guc-re.

Pied.

Foute.
Bacque.

Dos.
Poitrine.

Brea-te.

Estomac.

Stom-mequc.

foie.

Li-rere.
Ribe.

Cte.
Gt.
Ot.
Peau.
Tapis.

So-fah\r.

Sopha.

Tahbl.
Shazc.

Cupboard.

Table.
Chaise.

Arm-war.

Wah-zo.

Iledde.
M'ou-the.

Thomme-be.

Tap-ee.

Clock.
Orlozje.,
Store.
Pwahl.
Looking-glass Meer-war.
Drawer.
Teer-war.
Razor.
Raz-war.
Snuffers.
Moo-shett.

D-the-re.

Sonne.

Pouce.

Sofa.
Table.
Chair.

Bird.

Si.

Rl-rere.

Pare.

Zjoo.

Skin.
Carpet.

Ruisseau.

Ay-w;f<2e.

Brahw.

Rib.
Side.

Rivire.

Oni.

Check.

Baclr

Kr-/h.
Ou-tere.

Af^r.

Arm.

Foot.

H^-eune.

Titre.

Eau.

Ruee-8o.

pr. anghf.

Citl.,

Armoire.
Horloge.
Poile.
Miroir.
Tiroir.

S'ye-de.

B6ne.
Skine.
Carpete.
Sofs.
T-belc.
T'chre.

Cob-beurde.
Cl-que.
Store.
Lou-kign'e-glaDri1-cre.

[ce.

Razoir.

R-ze-re.

Mouchettes.
Oiseau.

Snofffe-eurce.

Apple.

Pom.

Potatoe.

Pomme.

Pat-al?.

iVuts.

Xwahw

Paper.
liai

Patate.
Noix.

Shap-o.

Cr.

;>eau.

Beurde.
Ap-pe-le.
Po-t-to.
Notte-ce.
Pe-pere.
Hattt.

21

Engl
une.
iC.
I?

Knife.

Pork.

re.

Plate.
Dish.
Pot.

GlasN
r-t'che.

ene.
ire.

sre.

ere.

re.

he.
c.

Ited.

Bedstend
Slieet.

Blanket.
Door.

Trunk.
Rice
Pea.

f'OO-V'iii |.|iiT
flirt.
^^ofTr.

i{ce.

PwaJHv.

Wood.

Bwahw.
See-zo.

Hammer.
Axe.

Grater.
Bellows.

Key.
Steelyard.
Rat.

Cow.
Gown.
Stays.
Stockiners.

Shoe.
Coat.

rce.

Coo-shett.
DrR'iw

Scissors.

Bell.

[cc.

Vare,
Lee.

Vest.

Breec "s.
Cloth.
Linen.
Flannel.
Thread.
Penknife.
Putty.
Chisel.

Leem.
Afar-toe.

Has 11.
Ay-go-iin.
See.
Rffwp.

Soo-flayorflah,
CIoo.
Ay-toe,
Clay.
Clush.

Ro-menn.
Rahw.
Vash.
Rub.
Cor-say or sah.

Bahw.
Sool-yay,
Hab-ee.
^ est.

Cu-liitt.

Drahw.
Twal.
Flah-nell.
Feel.

Cah-neef.
iar-yare.

Mas-teek.
See-zo.

<'OUteati

Syt.fc

Fourchettf

Forque.

Assiette.

IMalnv.

IMaf.

I'o.

Ar-wen.

Vice.

'e-grla-

/V, niiginiii'.

Oats.

Nail.

de.

/)iuiinnr.

Coo-toe.
Foor-shelt.
Ass-yett.

Blay.

Handsaw.
Saw.
Bqiic.

J"!',

Wheat.

File.
c-re.

B-bc.

Pot.
Verre.
Lit.

CouchptU'.
Drap.
(/'ouverture,

Porte.
Coftro.
Riz.
Pois.
Bl.

Avoine.
Bois.

CiseaiLT.

Lime.
Marteau.
Hache.
Kg. hine.
Scie.

Rpe.
Souflfiel.

Clou.
Etau.
Cl.
Cloche.

Romaine.
Rat.

Vache.
Robe.
Corset.
Bas.
Soulier.
Habit.
Veste.
Culotte.

Drap.
Toile.
Flanelle.
Fil.

Canix
Tarire.
Mastic.
Ciseau.

Pl-te.
D-ch''.

Pot te.
Glace.
Bcdde.
B'^dde-.stedde.

Ch-te.

Blanne-que-te.
Dou-re.
^
Tronne-qiie.
R'yc-<e.
Pl-ze.

Quite.
O-t'ce.

Houde.
Si-7eur-ze.
F'ye-le.

Hame-me-re.
Axe.
Hanne-d's.
Sa.
Gr-te-re.
Bel-lau-ze.
N-le.
V'ye-ce.
Ki.
Belle.

Stle-yeur-de.
Rate.
C'ou.

G'oune.
St-ze.

St-kigne-ze.

Chou.
Cte.
Veste.
Bri-t'che-ce.

Cl-the.
Li-ne-ne.
Flan-ne-le.

Thredde.
Pcsne-y-fe.
A-gue're.
Pot-t.
Tch-ze-l.

oo
Il', fn'onuiii-,

VustaivJ.

Mu-scadd,

Tobacco.

Tah-baliMSee-gar.
Peep.
Tar-zjett.
Soo-rec.

Oigar.
Pipe.
Bolt.

Afouse.

Cat.
ffarnesB.

'Shar-rett.

Coach.

Car-ross.
Veel.

Town.
Palace.

Shaw-toe.

Goose.

VVah.

Duck.
Wild-goo^e.

Gold.
I'>iend.

Master.
'Sword.

Peach.
Fig.
Boots.
Buckle.
fewel.

Cards.
Radish.
Tea,
Coffee.

Salad.

Moon.
Stars.

Sand.
Hen.
Spice.

Cah-narr.
Hoo-tard.
Leevr.
Gaw-toe.
Orr.

Am-ee.
Maitr.

Ay.pay.
Paiah.
Peeg.
Butt.

Bookl.
Bee-zjoo.
Cart,
/lav.

Tay.
Caf-ay.
Sal-add.
liune,

Ay-twal.
Sahbl.
Pool.

Ay-peece.

Handkerchief. Moosh-war.

Slate.
Pencil.

Tongue.
Tooth.
Hair.

Nck.

Ar-dwahze.
Cray-yonb.
Launh'gg.
Daunh.
.u
-tVlt-Vijjj.

Coo.

Muscade.
Tabac.

Note-mgue.

Ci-n-me-ne.
To-bac-co.
Cl-gre.
P'ye-pe.
Baule-te.

Pipe.
Tarjette.

Vl'ouce.

Chat.

Catte.

Bride,

Har-nayor nnh.
Sell.

Mosse-teur-de.

Sourifi.

Breed.

Saddle.
Cart.

P''. ahsrlaise.

Moufarcic
Canelle.

C'igare.

Shahw.

Bridle.

Book.
Cake.

Frunuia.

Moo-lurd.
Cah-nell.

Br'ye-de-le.

Harnal!5.
Selle.

Charrette.
Carossp.
Ville.

Chteau.
Oie.

Canard.

Ouil'le-d'gou-

I^ivre.

Bouque.
K-que.
Gaule-de.

Gteau.
Or.

Ami.

Masse-te-re.

fipe.

Sre-de

Pche.

P-t'che.

Figue.

Figue,

Bottes.
Boucle.

Bout'ce.
Boc-ke-le.
D'jou-eulle.
Cr-d'ze.

Bijou.

Cartes,
ave.

Had-di-rhe

Th.

T.

Caf.
Salade.

Of.
Sa-le-de.

Lune.

Moune,

Etoiles.

Ardoise.

Crayon,
^angue.

Dent.

Cheveux.
Cou.

[oe.

Frenne-de.

Matre,

Mouchoir.

Pa-le-ce.

Gou-ce.
Doc-que.

Outarde.

Sable.
Poule.
Epice.

Har-ne-ce.
Sad-de-le.
Carte.
C-t'cho.
T'oune.

Stre-ze,

Sanne-de.
Henn,

Sp'ye-ce.

Hanne>keur-t'c
Slte.

[hife

Penne-se-le.

Tongn'e.
Tnn.tha
Hre,
^'^ecque.

English.
ise-teur-de.

Shoulder.
Leg.

Q-me-ne.
e-mgiie.
bac-co.

Hand.

fare.

Ear.

e-pe.

Chill.

le-te.

Fore-hfH.I.

lUce,

Eye.
Eye- brow.
Thiph.

e.

re-de-le.

ne-ce.
de-Ie.
e.

che.
ine.
i-ce.

ce.

ue,

'le-d'gonae.

fee.

le,

i-de.

e-de.
-te-re.
le.

ie.

e.
;-le.

Ulle.

-che.

e.

e.

ce.

lieur-t'c

fhife
e-le.

f^- promt tic.


Aj-jiolc.

Zjaunhb.

Manh.
0-ray-je.

Maunh-tonh.
Kronh.
Ehl-ye.
Soor-.see.
K'wiSs.

Franca in.
Epaule.
Jambe.
Main.
Oreille.

Afenton.
Front.
il.
Sourcil.
Ouis.'e.

J^r. oiij^luigf,^

Chle-de-re.

Lgue.
Hanne-de.
I-re.

T'chine.

Fore-hedde.
A'ye.
A'ye-bru'oii.

Thd'ye.

24
Isr

LESSOX,

English.
I
I
f
^

French pronuncialmi

have coflfee.
had tea.
had riches.
shall hare servants.

I should

^jay, du, caf-ay.


Zjav-ay, or vab, du
tay.
/ju, day, ree-shess.
Zjo-ray, dey, do-mes-teek.

have children.

Zjo-ray, or rah, dey,


z'aunhTu, ahw, dey, fruee.
[faunh.
Tu, av-ay,*or ah,
dey, rav.

Thou hast fruit.


Thou hadst radishes.
Thou hadst cards.
Thou Shalt have jewels.
1

1", u, dey, cart.


Tu, o-ra'iw, dey,
bee-zjoo.
iu, o-ray, orrah,
dey,

hon shonldst have


coats

z'ab-ec.

2ni)

He has vests.
He had sugar.
He had masters.
He will have napkis.
He will have friendship.
>Ve have gratitude.

We had pleasure.
We had joy.
We will have snuff-boxes.

lesson.
HI,

ahw, dey,

Ill,

av-ay, or ah, du, sewkr.


u, dey, maitr,

Jil,

vest.

o-rahw, dey, sare-v'yett.


o-rahw, duh, lam-ee-tVay.
>oo, z'av-onh, duh, lahw,
rub[con-ess-aunhs.
V
Aoo, z'av-yonh, du,
play-zeer.
Noo, z'ume, duh, lahw,
zjoo-ah.
Noo, z'o-ronh, dey,
J

1,

ill,

tah-bat-yare

We

should have watches.


lou have boots.
You had combs.

You had gloves.


You will have buttons.
You should have hats

IZ'
Voo,

suffrages.

Had he

a house.

ilad he a garden.

Will he have a

pie.

Would he have tapers.


Have we candlesticks.
Had we trunks.
Had we curtains.
Shall we have a place.
Avould we have a pension.
Have you a reward.
a coach.

^^^' Payng-ye.

gaunh.

00, z o-ray, dey, boo-tonh.


Voo, z'or-yay, dey,
shap-o.

LESSON.
Ahw,

dey, su-frazje.

till,

': *^' *"' "" mav.


h^ImT'
IJ, till, anh,
zjar-danh. [zonh
U-rahw, tiH, anh, paw-tay.

O-ray, or rah,

till,

dey, boo-zjee.

Av-onh, noo, dey, shaunh-dellAv-yonh, noo, dey, coffr.


[yay,
Ume, noo, dey, ree-doe.
U-ronh, noo, z'une, plass.
^i-.yonh, noo, z'une,
paunh-

A^,
""-

Had you

"'T^y

z'ute, dey,

>

3nD

Has he

Noo, z'or-yonh, dey,


monhtr.
Voo, z'av-ay, dey, butt.

'-

[s'yonh.
""c, ray-Koan-

fpaunhs.

A .,
Av-yay,
voo, z'anh, car-oss.

2
lR

iatio/i.

tajr.

LEON.

trench.

_,

ai

du

Prononciation anglaise
bave, c-f.
hadde, t.
hadde, ri-t'che-ce.

caf.

A'ye,
A'ye,
A'ye,
A'ye,

J'avais du th.
J'eus des richesses.
J'aurai des domestiques.

z'aunh[faunh.

",

y, rav.
e-zjoo.
y, z'ab-ec.

J'aurais des enfants,


fu as des fruits.
Tu avais des raves.

Tu eus des cartes.


Tu auras des bijoux.
Tu aurais des habits.
Il

Il

s-v'jett.

-ee-t'yay.

lahw, ruLss-aunhs.
laj-zeer.
zjoo-ah.
-bat-yare.

nonhtr.
tt.

lyng-ye.
1.

-tonh.
fip-o.

Il
Il
Il

a des vestes.
avait du sucre.

RU?,

Hi, hazze, vest'ce.

le l'amiti,

la reconnais-

as, tice.

Nous avions du plaisir.


Nous emes de la joie.
Nous aurons des tabatires.
Nous aurions des montres,
vous

avez des bottes.


^ ous aviez des peignes.

Vous etes des gants.


Vous aurez des boutons,
3MI

may-

le,

[zonh,
-tay.
>oo-zjee.

nh-dell[yay,

t"-

38.

unh[s'yonh,

A-t-il des suflFrages.

Avait-il une maison.


But-il un jardin.
Aura-t-il un pt.
Aurait-il des bougies.

Avons-nous des chandeliers


Ayions^nous des coffres,
t^umes-nous des rideaux.
Aurons-nous une place.
Aurions-nous une pension.
ne

pauQbs.
-0S8.

hadde, chou-gue're.

Hi, hadde, mas-teur'ze.


Hi, oui-Ie, have,
nap-kine-ze.
WJ, om-le, bave,
frenne-d'chipe.
tm, bave, gra-ti-t'you-de.

Oui, hadde, pl-je-re


Oui, hadde, d'j'ye
Oui, oui-le, have,
snoffe-bockOui, choude, have,
ou-t'che-ze.'
Jou, bave, boute-cc.
Vou, hadde, cme-ze.

Jou, hadde, glowe-ze.

vous auriez des chapeaux.

je.

rt'ce.
^*''' t'cbile-dre-

LEON.
Hi,

eut des matres.


aura des serviettes.

^ous avons de

n.?*'ou,
""^V"^^'
h
haste, froute.
Dha ou, haste, rad-i-che-ze.fne.
Dha ou, hade-ste, cr-d'ze.
[ze.
Dha ou, chalte, have,
d'jou-JirfDha ou,chou-d'8te,have,c-t'ce.

2KUli

sewkr.

chalJe, have, seur-veune1

y;ou, oui-le, bave,


bot-teune-ze.

ou, choude, have,


hatte-ce.

LEON
Hazze,

Hadde,
Hadde,

hi, sof-fr-d'je-ze.
hi, , h'ouce.
hi, ,

gar-de-ne.

Oui-le, hi, bave,


, p-ye.
Houde, hi, have, t-peur-ze.
Have, oui, canne-deul-stic-ce.

Hadde,
Hadde,

oui, tronne'que-ce.

oui, keur-tene-ze.
Challe, oui, have,
pice.

Houde, oui. have. . n^nH-"-Have, you, , ri-our-de.

[ne

Aviez- vous un carrosse.


carro^ap

n
iJadUe,
1

you,

rf,

c-t'che.

26
4th LKS80.V.
English.

r.

Jlad you ribbons


Will you have chairs

wj^^ '';;' ^?'


Onh

"

Had they powder


Had they spoons.'

"

Will they have pla.e,.


H.Mild thoy hove knivo.
^'^'

bad no gooseberries.

will have

would have no

no

^"' ^^^''

'

wilt not

vm

pnhw, dam[aunhd.
no-ray, or rah,
pahw,

y;t.

lu,n'ahw,pahw,duh,ray.zanh.

nu,

have a master.

He would have no

We
We

have no bread.
had no cakes.

We

had no

We

shall

cash.

biscuits.

have no plums.

-'^ju nave

no apples.

^^^'

Zjiih, no-ray,

friends.

no money.

fraze.

Tn, nav-ay, or ah,


pwanh, day.
'^^^
Tu,

>"TH

shall have

pahw, dub,

cherries.

He had no gold.

'al.M-,

/Jb, nav-ay, or ah,


pwanb.
[duh, fraunh-bwaze
...
<)ub, n,., pahw,
dub, groTzay:

pahw, dam-ee

Tu, no-rahw, pwanh,


dub, maitr.

ihouwonldstnothave 'Servants.
servants

He

'^''^-N

culo-yarc. [pood,-

Zj'ub, nay,

flimond.s.

H has no enemies.
He had no servants.

^^-''t-

^'"

'''-'''SOX.

'^Ji'b,

Thou

*"'''

^'
'
-jett.
<^-'*.V,orrah,t'i!I,,1ev,;oo.toe

Thou hast no raisins


Thou hadst no scholar..
Thou hadst no

?''''

^^"''' meer-Avar.

?'

O roih Mfi^' '^^^''


'",'
n p!

s,a,
have no strawberries
?'"^>U.A no
.
had
raspberries

f-'n

rlu''\

'''"
I
I

r
I

''""' '^"' f-'>aunJi.

^V'

Womdjouhavealooidn,-o|,..,
Have they scissor..

'^*"'^" P'^>^unciuli,>.

i-,

t,. ^
Tu.
no-ray, or rah,
pahw, duh,
fdom-es-teek,

LKSSON.
111,

nahw, pahw, den-nem-ee.


pahw, duh,

in, nav-ay, or ab,


rii
r.
Ill,
nu,

fsare-vaunht.

1
pahw,
dorr.
pahw, duh, mon-

Hi, no-rahw,

II)
r.^
HI,
no-ray,
or rah,

fay, or ah.

pahw, dar-

^j^:;'";:-'^^p'bw,dob?p:
Noo, nav-yonh,
pahw, duh,
v^..
>^oo,

[gaw-toe.
nnrae,

pahw, duh,

bis-

Noo,no-ronh,pahw,duh,p^rrne.
Noo,

nor-yonh,

pahw,

dnh,
[pomra.

21
^KMR

dation.

Pi-Onunrititiu,i anglais,

laze.

Etea-voiis

KO.

Aurez- voua des chaises.


Auriez-vous un miroir.

iiIj,

LEON

l'iriir/i,

lunh.

du ruban.

Hadde, you, ri-benc-ze.


JJui-Ie,

\sihy\-,

rc, fpoodc.
ass-yett.
ey, coo-toe.

you, bave, f^chre-zc.

Houde, you, have, ,Ioi.-kigut"ave, dh, si-zere-ze.


fghice.
Hadde, dh, p'ou-de-re.
Hadde, dh, sponne^ze.

Ont-ils des ciseaux.


Avaient-ils do la poudre,
fiurent-ils de.s cuillres.

Auront-ils des assiettes


Anraient-ils des Poufeau.Y

Oui-le, dh, have,


pl-t'ce.

Houde, dh, Imve, n'ye-VzP

ub, fraze.
ib,

''e n'ai

pas de traites
Je n'avais point de
framl.n

pwanb.

inb>bwaze.
Il,
gro-zaj-

Je n'eus pas de

fye.

dam-

Je naurai pas

[aunbd.
ah,

pahw,

,ray-zanh.
fAxxh,

Tu
lu

day-

fcol-yay.

tub, naaiir.

abir,

duh,

Q-es-teek.

nera-ee.

hw, duh.

Ta

n'aurais pas do

mon-

n
l

y, or ah.

hw, darfzjaunh.
ib,panh.
duh,
"^i
?aw-toe.
uh,

I,

bis-

[kwee.
prune.

domestique.

t'cbe-

Oha ou,

had-d'ste, no, scol-lere-

frenne-

rd'ze.
..
nk-i
I>haou, uile-te,
note, bave,

Dh'ou, hou-d'ste.^ZThav:'
fseur-vene-fze!

^*MB LEON.

n'eut pas d'or.


n'aura pas de monnaie.
n'aurait pas d'argent.

Nous n'avons pas de nain


^rou8 n'avions
pas
ue gteau.
de
I
gateau.v.

Vous n'emes pas


de bismifi.
ae
V
D,8cuit.s.

&'

u- u
enne-ne-m-ze.
m' hadde, "'
Hi,
no, .scur-vene-t'ce
JJi,

hadde, no, gaule-de.

H>, challe, bave,


no,

n:

"1, ,,^..^
houde,
i

monne-.

bave, no, cache.

fe

"' '^''^^de.
^^T^'
Oui,
hadde, no, k-k'ce.
rk
l ^ ,
Oui,
hadde, no, bis-ske't'ce.

n'Alifnna -- j
-

dnh,
[pomra.

',

no,

i>h'ou, had-d'ste,
no,

'a pas d'ennemis


n'avait pas de servantes
"'es.

Nous

ame-me-

Dh'ou, haste, no,


r-zenee!^'

n'avais point d'colier.5.

n'auras point de matre.

I!

A'ye, houde, have,

n'as pas de raisins,

Tu

,,
Il

A'ye, oui-Ie, have,


no,

cerise.*.

n'eus pas d'amis.

A'ye, hadde, no,


gouce-be-rze.

d'auande.s.

Tu

i-vaunht.
ib,

groseilles.

Je n'aurais pas de

h, ser-eez.

"?'
'V_)p,
Vye' adi''
nadde, no,'"''^^'r'-^^'i^race-be-rze.

,es.

^-

--

-Vous n'aurions
pas de

P'-'^nes.

Oui, challe, bave,


no,

pommes.

Oui, houde, have,


no, ap-p^L"

plomme-

fze.

26
7th LESSOiV.
English.
lou have no lemons.
",

^ou had no
You had no
you

shall

pears.
currants,

\oo,nav-yay,pahw,duh,pwar.
\oo, nute, pahw,
duh, gad-ell

have no melons.

^ oo,

nure, pahw, duh,


canS.^"
no-roQh, pahw, daunkr.
no-ray, or rah,
pahw, duh,

Jjl,

.hnvenoauffer

'

no-ray, pal.M-, duh,


me!

nonh, pahw, do-raunzje.


ar.ay, or ah,
pahw, duh,

'II,

They had no penknife.

Theyshf" lavenoink.

see-

ftronh.

Vr.^

^0"'d have no quills.


l?l
They have no oranges.
J hey had
no paper.

hey wo,

French pronunciation.
nav-ay, pahw, duh,

Jli,

[tar-yare.

TH LESSON.

Has he no more

Had

flowers.

he no tulips

^'ahw,

fill,

pahw,

Nav-ay, or ah,

fill,

Had

he no filberts.
Shall he have mo
cucumbers.

Would he not have


meat.
Have we no

politeness.

Had we no

boiled meat.

Had we no

salad.

fill,

J'",
No-rahw,

pl,

duh,

pahi^'^ey,*

pahw, dey, z'Pv"^fill, pahw; dey,


konh-

fconhbr.
v^
^o-ray,
or rah, fill, pahw,
duh.
[lahw, v'yaunhd.
Vo^
I
Aav-onb,
noo, pahw, dub, lahw,

Nav-yonh, noo,

paiS^^lr

Nume, noo, pahw, duh,


iLhw,"
[sal-add.
v
Ao-ronb,

Shall we hare no
pins.

noo, pahw, day-

Would we have no holyday.

>or-yonh,

noo,

pahw,

duh,
tkonh-zjay.

9th lesson.

Have you no sword.

Had you no peaches


Had you no walnuts!
Shall you have no
chesnuts.

" ould you have no

figs.

Nav-ay, voo, pahw,


z'une, ay[pay
v
''^Pah w, duh, paish."

vL'^'f-^'

wv

'

^*^T'

Vo^-yav voo,
.>or.yay,
vnn

^"^'

^*hw.

f ^niag-ye.

pahw,
duh, feeg.

20
7i;siE

nciatian.
iw, duh, see-

Vous

French.
n'avez pas de citrous.

Vous
Vous

u'ariez pas de poires.


n'etes pas de gadellce.

[tronh.

LECOX.
Prononciation anglaise.
ou, hare, no,
lemme-eune-ze.

w,duh,pwar.
dull, gad-ell.

diih,

',

niel-

[onh.
'jduh,

^^'"sn aurez pas de


melons.

You, hadde, no, pre-ze.


V ou, hadde, no,
cor-reune-t'ce.
ou, chai le, have, no,
mcl-

Vous

plume.

3~raunzje.

pahw,

dull,

[pap-yay.

n'auriez pas de plumes,


n'ont pas d'oranges.
Ils n'araieut
pas de papier.

can-eef.

li,

daunkr.

pahw,

dull,

[tnr-yare.

plu,

n'eurent pas de canif


n'auront pas d'encre
Us n'auraient pas de tarire

[conhbr.
pahw, duh.
v'yaunhd.
dub, lahw,
>o-lee-tes8.

du, boo-

fyee.
luh,

day[panhgl.
Iiw,
duh,
onh-zjay.

pas plus de

fleurs.

[pay.

'

''u*^?.^'

-U-L

tniag.ye.
uh, feeg.

"**'

penne-n'ye-fe.

Dh, houde, have, no,


-gue-re.

hi,

no, more, flou-eur-

Hadde,

hi,

no, t'you-lipse.

N'cut-il pas des avelines.


N'aura-t-il pas des concombres.

Hadde,

hi,

Ohalle,

hi,

no, file-bere-t'ce.
have, no, kou-com-

N'aurait-il pas de

TT

Ifn

viande.

N'avons-nous pas de

la

poli-

tesse.

N'avions-nous pas de

bouilli.

-N'emes-nous pas de la salade.


N'uurons-nous pas dpnglcs.
N'aurions-nous pas de cong.

Houde,
Have,

^^^'

..
hj, notte,

[me-berc-zc.
have, mite.

oui, no, po-l'ye-t'ne-ce.

Hadde,

oui, no, bil-l'de,


mite.

Hadde,

oui, no, sal-eude.

Ohalle, oui, have, no,


pinc-xc.

Houde,

oui, have, no,


h-le-d.

9MK LEON.
N'avez-vous pas une pe.

paish.

nwahw.
h

nuf

Hazze,

N'avait-il pas des tulipes.

une, ayih,

nf!' hadde,
ul%> ' or-eune-d'je-ze.
Dh,
no, p-pe-re.

lahw,

[sal-add.

[eune-ze,

8MR LEON.
X'a-l-il

pahw, dey,
[tu-leep.
z'av-leen.
dey, konh-

Ils

Ils

duh,

[flehrr,

You,houde,have,no,couile-ze.

N'S::?.;:! E!

!i!

^^^-

N'arez-voul 'ras^^^dT'chatai^*'
gne.s.

V)
N
aunez-vou. pas de

Have, you, no, s6re-de.

i^^de, you, no.

pi-t'che-ze.

1"' ^' "*l-ot-ce.


Chalt'
^*'"e> you, have, no,
t'chesscnote-ce.

figue,.

Hode, you, have, no,

fig'^e.

do
English.

Have they no hazelnuts.

Had they no

V . '^M?'^* pronunciation.
Nonh-t'iII, pwanh,

dub, nwah-

luerchaadise.

Nay.ay,orah,t'ilI,pahw/5u*h;
l^^*'^ no appetite.
iu'

f"?*''-3haunh.deeze.

V.ir fill
till, pahw,
Jure,
d'ap.pay-tec
No-ronh, fill, pahw,
Uuh,^ro'e

o rosea:
XV
\ i^^J
^Vould
they not have
profit
''*^

>o.ray,orrah,t'iH,'pahw,du;
[pro-fee.

w
My

^Oth

dear sister, ha.e


the
gence to come oftener.

lesson.
''"?"'.

tl'n h
swanb,

always have the


precau
not to cause any^sor^w
our parents.

my

'^^VJ^^^'''
^^p'/aT'
Pray-kos-yonh, duh,

finds himself.

'"''.

pi,/

''^''w,

nuh
pwanh, co-zay, duh,
penn'

also the kindness


to see
friend and to tell

bow

'*'^"' "3^'
ven-eer,

AvT'T"^'

tion

Have

duh,

'

I^et us
to

\f

dili

Ay^a

he

.'
"'

,
,1^,',.
-'jaunh.se,

^V'^^''
duh,
vwar,

lO'blee-

monb

n'arn-ee, ay, deh,


muh, deer
eom-maunh,,tHi;.sub,t'roove'
,.
iiv
^

desires

J^TH LESSON.
may
tii
'^ havn
'^^^"^

that

more grace.
more

/i^T''- kub,
^jor-dunn,

love.

nbink

that he u.v have


'""'' finish
^'"^''ed at present. '

Jlewjsbes that she


mav hav,>
her gown for
t.,-,orrV
have too much

ir;!.:,r,f'

y.^r"'^Juh,
paunhse,

pav
^

in

o
'

"'

"

you doubt
have finished.

(hat

tiifv

..i.,

""

,,lu

y, or ah

'

^''^^'

n,i;,.,,e:

'^>''

^'^'

'-

"oo, nav-v..nb,

pny.yay

"

'

^^ic-sf-at^r
,.,;
k
z'ay-yp,
ill,

,^
-'"

ill,

duh

^^*^V, "Ii-.

'">

ay-ye,

hw*'"!'^

''r'*'"^-^''''^"''>

'

ta,

k
tare-mee-nay,

to

'

"'' ^^'> keh, zjay.ye, pJu,

order that thou


mayst
bar.
^'' ''"'^^

ray-zonh.

r^

^^7-K>'-

vo.,,

kvil,

,',y.,..

'

81
unciation.

French.

dub, nwah-

'j

[zott.

puhw,

I|

Prononciation anglaise.
Have, dh, no,

de uoiacttes.

zeul-note-ce.

(luh,

X'avaicnt-ils paa de

ihaunh-deeze.
d'ap-pay-tee.

marcbau-

Hadde, dh, no,


meur-tchenedyo-ze.

N'eureut-ila pau d'apptit.


> auront-ils pas de roaes.

w, duh, rozc.

pahw, du,

11,

out-iJs point

Nauraient-ilspasdu

"

fpro-fee.

profit

Houdo, dh, notte,


bare, pr[fe-ae.

en-eer,

IOkmk LKO.V.
MA'v*
'"*{

31a chcrc iotir aie


le soin de

pi,

venir plus souvent.

>or,

lahw,
dull.
nuh,
duh, penn,

Ayons toujours

la

dhi,

prcauti..,.

de ne point causer de
a nos parents.

lb.

Se

voo,

dMi-d'jeune-ce,

n*V^^^'

MVe' T^'^'"''coz-enne,

Vh?

rurticlcquejcvosdemaSe'

monb,

mub, deer,
iuh,

troove.

Ayez aussi l'obligeance de voir


ion ami et deCdfre
Von
ment il se trouve

""^'^^

bave,

^'

ar-ti-ke-Ie,
var,

ton,'

^^'^^ P^k'vnS'"*^'""'^'?'
^ ^0"'^> , n, chrte-l, dhi,

lo-blee-

bave-

o^^-ne-re.

^^"^^^'

.Muu cher cousin, ayez


la bont
de me procurer,
sous peu

dem-

sice-te-ro.

*^">%.

dhl'nrf.'^
"f' P"-c-che-ne, notte, tou
caze, ane-n, sorro,
tou, 'ou-

inb,ay-y3-,

ub, mub,
pub, lar-

-j

oui-t'che,

Ve

./^^"'''^e you,

kgne-d'ne-

^?''
^^M''^^'"?'
''*' *"' 3', m'ye,

anne-de, tou,

telle,

frenne-de,
b'ou, hi

fagnc-d'ze, bime-sel-fe.
'.

lJu,

duh,

*J'-ye, plij,

ay, or uh,

veut,
n
que

or

all,

iili-manli^

J'aie

plus de grace.
grce

J'ordonne que tu aies

mour.
pense qu'il
maintenant.

Il

ut

souhaite ouVii. dt

pourSemaIn

u'a" ^^

pi,,.,
'

Je

fiiauh-feii-

'y,

^MB

"'

'''

tcrmin.'.
'"'"''

LEON,
,^
H
H,, a;
di-za-yere-ze,

dbate, 'vc
r-ce.
dbate, db'ou,
,. ?' T^ n^re, lovve.
'e'que, dbat, hi.
m
T'
bave, fi-niche-de,
a'tte'pTI:
zeune-te.

AVv"I
je
a

^^

'

'^^^^'
7'
or-de-re,

'"

"'^^'

O'-^i-che-ze,

"S'^^'

^^''*''

'y-youh,
note,

^w, kub.

dbate, shi, m
g'oune, for tou:

have, tou, motte-che

ah.

^ pahw,
nh.
*""'
l'HtttfZ.

-- """" "-<

fini.

OoCr.
came,

'"" nave,
have,

d*.t., aute,
bave, fi-niche-d.

ri-

dH

32
13TB

H
It

was propeT'that
bve /our note

LESSOX.

suflBcient that

we

It

was conyenient that


.hould have ,i,..

"hi" :^l.
It

wai

von
^""

'"" ""^ """J

fitting that Iher

should

13th
I

am

was a hunting.

a good child.

Jeevr,

duh,

souh,

111

...

v a-

"'ia^^;tir v'ot ."*;:""


'"'""o^.,

r l.h,

m,

.cc,''

lu'^'^XH

LESSOX.
Zjuh, swec, z'auh, bunn,
aunh[faunh.
y.
'^jay-tay, or tab, z'ahw,
lahw,
.

was

hare been at Montreal.

will be here to-morrow.

would be more lov^H


more tractable

the

^"''>

"'

ni^f'^^r
1", su-fee-zay, or zah, kuh, uoo,
z'uce-yonh, vu.

shnni.i
"""''^

hare seen.

lettr.

n*r .

111

"^^

book.

^*^' aj-scss-air,

knh
Kub, .Y'
tu, uce, mahw,

appeared that he would be

was

av.tv n""

III

It

I
''"'''

;iur;H
zjuce,
vottr, k^
beel-jay, or yah.

was necessary that thou


houldst have my incr.
letter

It

^'"['^ /'^^""nciation.

,' '^^^

in

shni.ld
'''""'^

first

'/;.,i.
e
I
,
^juh,
fu, luh, prem-yay.
/jay, ay-tay, ahw,

[shass.

Monh-ray-al.

He dp<.irp iut
hot i'''

'

if

"">

J aicruay.

Zjuh, ser-ay, ee-see,


dem-anh.
r

-u
'^*'

v:

"^^

'"^

''^'

P^"'
''nl"'"^^'
D ay, see, zjay-tay, or ==Vtab,

P^" do-seel.
'". '"". k<*, ^^jub,

^wah,

mwah, ahw, mee-dte.


f^p^^

gj,^^^^ j^^^^^

,1,.^,

hec-yare.

33
I21:mb

"Aation.

leon,

ab, kuh,
yay, oryah.
r

;>e

ay-sess-air,

w,

lettr,

all,

kill,

taU ce,3.irc

<,e ,

e.e,

choude,

,.e

,..e,
rtha-ou

u,

have,' j-oore,'

n.-ees....,, ab...,
choude-st,,

have

en^eer, eetah,
IuIj,

i,

hi,

k'eli,

sonh,

impo-l,^it qu'elle et le
livre

m.v
dbate
chi,

Ite

kub, uoo,

dhate,

kouh-venz'uce-yay,
ill,

z'uce,

ell,

z'uce,

-fredc, ton,

Il

tait convenable
(me
vouq
'
"'
eussiez donn.

oui,

comme,

hi-

choude,

have

choude,

have,'

rfo^*!f''>

^t^'/>uaze, conne-vi-ni-eune-te,

dhat,

you,

choude,

have

iftunht.

choude,
have,
dherre, ne-t'ce.
in,

13MK

aunL-

[faunh.

w, lahv/,
[shass.

Je suis un bon enfant.


J'tais

Je fus le premier.
t Montral,

A ye,

J'ai

lu,

demain.

Je serais plus aim


plus docile.

Aye,ouile,
r.;

'-tais

veut que je sois chez


moi ''

midi.

^'

A'vp
hm,^
^ ^/' ^^^^^1

bne, atte,

Monneftr-le.

bi,

hre,tou,mor-

w
bi, more,
^

i^^lor-v'de.
trac-

H ni
J^*
^''
di-za-yeur-ze,
dhate,

m,b],

h, zjuh,

-yare.

*'

;^\5ye, ouze, more,

shay,

e.

goude, t'ch'ye-

A)

z'ay-

or tab,
lb,

ici

ouze, dhi, feurste.

Aye, have,

m-anli.

Je serai

amme,

A'ye, ouze, ,
honne-tign'e.

J-

h-ray-al.

ourne-de!'

LEON.
A'ye,

la chasse.

'

II

souhaitait que je fusse


chP7
^"^^'^

lui hier=

atte,

've

home, att,nou-

h;"'
u
puiche-te,

^''

ma ye-te,

dhate.

ii'im

bi, atte, hize,


pl' ce.

yesse-teur-d

34
IJM

Thou

art rrlved't'he

LKSaOW.

dHj before

Tu
* "

ywteday.
Thou vtMt nt school.

t
i ", av-iav
nr
ay-iay, or

Thou ! !, , brr.mn.

Tu,

I'hou h,., ,, .t ,.
J.(,.

wiU

T..OU

ho,,

0 .hou

, p,.

.i.bl.

that thou mavgt h*

in

.owo th.t

lie , in ,he

He

i.

country.

T, ,er:.y, or ah, r.-os..,


.,.

srb";i';';!^;,"r,e, ,,
[koo-zanh.
ni .
.
i

lesson.
m, ay,
,,

WM a hunter.

lie Ims

ben to Paris.
He WiU r..r. n.. ^..r.
II.;

,','{;

daunh, z'e, ,eel, kuh,

,W-^-

.,.^,
r

'

.Jon.. b, s. happy in hi,

"""'

Kun, tu, fuce, shav, twah,


dee->maunhsh.

15th
i,

bmr, om.

Tu,.r.ah.,,.,.fr.r";;

uuBjr.

ir.

f. ,',b,

-. u
t.i.
,
tan,
z'ahw,
laj-

Tu, .h,v, .V-...V, .hw,


l.l.,

iM .a p.,,.., ,,.

loves

Ife

he ..

af

''T"'''''iT
von-u,
*y Ton
av-auaht-yare.

^^_
t^'unh-pang-ve.

,v..

.k'J''*"?

*"",

JrCi-t

,, ,-.y,
'^"*'

'

,^1';::;

ofaTrnVaTX':

daunh,

aabw,

shome-

"
hrern.r "' ""^'' "' " "S-^T- kl", -b, fan.,,
l.;U,tb.M,eH..Wen. zXdS.t.b,U,,,n,,
S

t'ahw, lahw, paisb.

IGth

She

is

in

She was

a pew

in the

in a grore.
jrrove

She WAS vnrv kanwv


ci.- .-.- "Livbeen to Rome.

church.

lesson.
Ell, ay,

daunh, z'anh, bauuh,


^^^^> lay-gieeze.

i?ii
^
eII,
ay-tay, or tab,

daunh, z'anh.

rbo-kazie.
^.. .
i^j , ran, z'lih-ruhze.
Ell, ahw, ay-tay,
ahw,

Rum

nn

HAmb

nunciation.

venu Hvauf \wv.

'< ?s

//ahw, lay-

ih,

Til

[cull.

om.

av,

Tn

ahw, lahw,

y,

mwah,

sah,

Tu

z'os-see, ay-

pol-ec, raonb,

un brave bonmip.

t H la prison.

pin,

^'

oii-),<,,

r>b,i,

UhsW, Imo.

pi.,

[manne.

..0..,.

1.&:' ;:2^^:;^l,
Hir^bi^f^iailii

le, veel,

toi .litnancbo.

'

lOM
kuh,

[zjes-teem.

ahw, lahw,
inh-pang-ye.
W, Par-ee.
h reh-toor,

pro-3hanb.
iwanh, z'uh>
,

iw,

que tu fnsaes chey


"'
*

n
n

est

dans une

ville

que

i'cs-

tait la campftjine.

'

conned

'. -pectc'de, dbate, db'on


houde-8te, bi, atte,
home,
onne, sonnp-d.

LEON,
H

:,

ir; ^
Hi,
onaze,

f^'J^>

es-time.

me, dhi, conne-tr.

fut chasseur.

,,.

a t Paris

.' ""*^^' ^' honne-te're.

"

" "" ''"'" ""'

hI;

^^l^i^'^^t.

ize, cot-t'djp.

t'anb,

kill,

fii,

b.

J^

m; ^
u
Hi
o,.che.te, dbate,

doutoifl qu'il ft a
la

A.:.^'''''f,'?*'0n:-8te,mnne.

pi-ebe

hadde, bvno,
Qh, baunb,
lay-gleeze.

unh, z'anh,
[bo-kazje.
tize.

Rum

'

dsire qu'il soit un


"nnete
" honnptf.

Iiomme.

w,

W'^ro,

'^i'

,^^""^'-te.

shotne"

wab,
lb,

^b-t'

Il

"-^"-

a.e

.ovJi^f^:^^;----

,,,

";*''-^'

Il pr.^tcnclftlt

br.t..

Imsu-, bne, tte,


dbi.

fd'j-le.
,
m.^'
I>haou,on.ic.te,bi,atte,n?a>t..

ay,

or dab,
shay, twah,

ntlP, scouh-

>

seras cboz moi co


soir.

;;;-..- tn.oi.

nimoii,

ni
f''on,

^^'i-onxHpn,.oeon.n.

[koo-zanh.
8 wall,

fus

de, bi-tre,
yesse-teur-U.

r'rtl'.

T-oraisn.iai.,,..,.Hni.

ee.

u,

uA

Til as

[pree<Konb.
y,

LEf;OiV.

t'rviivh.

v-auaht-jarc.

16i>M
Elle est dans un
banc do rffligp
'^-

Elle tait dans un


bocage.
Elle fat trs,
heureuse
Elle a t Rome.

hi,

m'ye-

, fi-chign'.

LEON.
ri,:

^"'

ze,

me,

ph nv>-

piou, ine, dhi,

;*'^-t'cbe.

Chi, ouie, ve-r,


happ.
Lbi. hazze. bine. tou.

Rome.

36
English.

r,

She wi!l be at the palace


^
hour.

She would be DleadP.i


again her Tover

'"

banquet.

would wish that


hanasome.

Iip
''
'

'''^

=
"'
"

We

We

v\"

tK>
^^'

rft

^*

,v
'^''''

^%'^;^''-^y>

.Voo,

were at the stud, roon.

Xoo,

have been

all present.

sn.,

will be admitted
at
table of the president.

i!

We

the

Let U3 be of an humble
heart.
beliere that

It

appears that
California.

wo cannot

we were ^*'
near

18th

_-

Vou

are as light as a bird.

You were

If

be

dying.

Vou

Will be a

man

Non

duh,

.ar-

seh-gonh,

pr

.>

\f

l^hw,

zay-tay,
.

dub,

too,

^ f P^ay-zaunh.
''''"' "'^^^''

/
tahbl,

du,

pray-zee-

'

\-

Noo, ser-yonh, duh,


bonh, mar-

Swah-yonh, z'embl. duh,


keSr"
.juh, roo-ah, kuh,
noo, nuh,
z'ay-may.
w'''f"^u''d
saunh-blay,
^"'
or blab, keb,
noo, fuce-yonh,
prah, dub
lahw, Cal-ee-for-nee.

v^
Voo,
Vr^r.

of
^

of fortune.

""Zs^t^X''^'^'''''

pl,

f,,,

lesson.
Voo
voo, /'nif
u^
zait, lay-zjay,
com,

in the lorest.
forest

You were the soldiers


You have been in danger
""^''

t'o,

.a.t^tS, '^^Clat"

lahw
lauw,

should be gooa
good Husbands.
husbnn,7s

.'ahw,

z'av nnh
/.a\-nnh,

xVoo
i\oo,

We

h, kell,

O''

LESSON.

arc t.o acres fro.


.narket.

luh,

We

v"'',
kell,
swah,
oaunh-kay, or kah.

'^Jf'

l7rH

ser-ahw,
o,
shaw-toe,
"""' ^^^^^ ehrr.
^"' ^'-ay, or ah, konh-taunht,
duh rev-war, sonh,
n'amt.,,

t..

wish that she mav bp


"'

^^'"'^P^'^'^^nciation.

FM
Eli,

in "^^
an
'"

*^

Bepersuaded that we will love


j-n u you are good persons.

Vn?
^?'

anh.
[n'wah-zo.

zay-t'yay,
e

daunh, lahw.
or rah.

C^O'^'ay,
i

-^''

^'^' <>l-dahw.

2av-.ay,

z'ay-tay,

aunh,

Vot s^^A'; TrnTTuh


^?', -i^^^' 3hah-re^e-ffi;
Swlt^vll'-^^^I^ffI^.^^lP^^^
noo," voori'em-e;S
iee'
voo, z'ait, dub, bun,
pare-son!

37
inciation.

shaw-toe,

),

Frenrli.

hrr.

.,

Elle sera au chteau


an. une
uno
dans
heure.
Elle serait contente
de revoir

konh-taunlit,
aonh, n'am-

anglaise.
rh: V?,"''f:"'''o
Cb,,
ou,le, bi, atte, dhi,
pal-ece,

ChT'CSe'
?0"de,

son amant.

t'o.

Je vex ,u..

:ah.

,i.

kell, fu, plu.

ba,e..

,
plize-de,
tou,

bj,

egaine, heur, lov-e're

SI,

swah,

""?''-

.'

A>e,

our-eho, abate, oh,,

..

ouaze, more,
hanne-se-me.

duh, z'aru, mar-shay.


;'ahw, lahw,
il, day-tude.
em-yay, ay,
dub, lahw,
y-tay,

llkm LEON.

No-

eu,

sc d',dc.

Nous fumes le oremier


cond de la cFS.

oai, ae,

0>,i,

Pf Jn ao

''"

dlf^td'l;
[rou-me.

^"'-t, anne^IT"'"'
l'^''
de, dhi, se-keune-de,
ine,
dhi,

too,

,,.oe,^^

Nou, av ,., .,
,,,,,,

pray-zaunh.
nee, z'ah^',
pray-zee-

_^^__^^

^__^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^

I,

''ZpSn",:"""'

' '""'

'

0"'i?e,W,ad.i..e.de,aK;dhi, t-be-le,

bonb, marfee,

Nous serions deeoonsmai.s.


bons mari.

duh, kehrr.

Soyons humbles de cur


noo, nuh,
nay.
blah, keh,
prab, dub,

r^f*.
i-eite,

Je crois que nous


ne soyons
^^^^^^^
aim.
II semblait
que nous
fussions,

osse,

dhi, pr-

goude, ossefbeune-d'ze.

...

bi,

owe, anne.

,..t^"l^e-be.le, harte.
h;
bi-h-ve, dbate, oui,
cant' *^^ lo^^e-de.

A\f^
y^^
^
,.

prsdelaCaliforne.

lee.

owe,

''.'^^""^r^en
Ou,, choude, bi,

LJ^"^"^"''^
ouaire, nre,

^^^^'^

"^

Cal-i-for-ni-s.

com, anh,
[nVah-zo.
nh, lahw,
ly,

or rah.

ihw.
ay, aunh,
loo-reer.

dub,
[b'yanh.

I'om,

,r

I8ME

VO.S eus ge,. c..e

Vous

.fc

dans

la for..

'

Vous ftes les soldats


Vous avez t en
danger de
^ ^
mourir.

Vous serez un homme


de

bien.

ree-tabbl,
ey,

poavr.
1-"J, aun,
onb, see,
I

pare-son.

LEON,

,.

^?.L^!^'^ <^b^ritable de seSoyez persuads que


nous vous
aimerons si v'ous
es de
bonnes personnes.

v, , .,,,,

Yo., ouaire,

,,,^^..^^ ^^^^_
^_

ie,

dW,

fj?::!;^::

'^^^'^>^-^S'
^O"' r^^-^^''
"ave, bine,
dne-d'jeine,

Yon
"''

ouUe'^^'h?"'^'?'"<^""e, bi,
e,

manne,

You. H,n..iK7f,L?/:Vy.!'^r;

rf

as-siste, dhi, poure.

^^^'^^

ouroufrt''^-^^'
"
"^-^P,Iovve, you, ife,
ar, goude,
peur-seune-ze.
'

you,

'

38
Enslish.
I>o

you thiak that vou urn'''" '"''^

It

was

fit that you


should bo
absent fro, the assembly

LESSON.

19TU

at

thirtl

ceived.

i^hey were .or?

We

nh,

J|aunb.
,,,.^

^,
?"'''''-

^^^' cat-ree-emm;

vo
'"^

st^^

co.n,

HI ruie,
HI,
fm-e ley,
l.v troo-ah-z'yenini.
tmn i
.,
rii .,'^ i
^''' ^j^*^"''' t'ay-tay,

trah, b'yanh,

"'s-rii^-^y; t' rarpf.;'

'

do not believe that thev


'^

may

soopi,

,, ,.,,.,,,, ,,

and fourth.

They have beeu very


-^ well

sonl,

I,,,

your uncle..

They were the

Vronunciation.
voo,
kuh, voo,

lll'Tonrvin'^''"'''''*^f"J*^'
^*^' ""', ^^^ '^"''
A,I!
voo
fuce-yay, z'ab-saunh.
duh, lass-a!'ub-blay.

They are as supple as a


glove.
They .ere

P aunli-say,
.

l.
'^'

his subjects.

'

v '*"-^'r^'

be thieves

'^r.'"''''

'

roo-ah-yonh, pahw,

It

appeared

that

they were
'''''

20th

Tbe, were

in .,,e

Wcv .o

.he

shop to-dav.

nnu

a,.d .ixlh.

Theyhave beenouavoyaire to
New-Yo.. . .heir b^X^:;

T.j.-m

r,,

..

i.,.e

,.

^''y' ^"J^'^"--

'

'T^,'^^'
^"' saunh-blay,
or blah, kill,
luce, stu-peed,

stupid.

LESSOX.

Ell,

.a,.,y,rt.b,daal,,luL,

EII,

mr^'IetraSki-fc-;;;

Fli

,>^.

fsee-z'yemm.
*-

'^^T^^^Z'
K,r4!:x.?-,,
^'Ll^'i:;'

,;

*"^-

"iahbl,8ee,ell,z'ay-cree.vay,

We

do not believ.^ fh,..


may he on the ;ate'-

It

was

suffi.-ieiit (h:*t l<.v

^bscnt

**''

h,

'''''

........

'^''^'''

P^"' oo-vaunh.

'^r-'^h-yonh, pahw,
'r;,.''''
'^el' swah-ye,
sewr, lo.
>

'

zay, or zah, keii,fucv

I'rtl
rtM-HijiinlU.

39
^f'""''^'-

p.

Prononciation unetaise

n^Il^L
u
convenait

II

.
que vou. fussiez

we,
Ite,

fite,
abate Von
ohou-de/ bi,' twLne.'Jc;
fromme, dhi, as-semme-bl.

absents de l'assemble.

19BME

comme un gant.

Ils

sontsouplcs

Ils

talent chez votre oncle.

LEOX.
Dh,

ar, azze, sop-pe-le,


azzc,

l, glovve.
atte, you-rcj onne-

Oh, ouaire,

furent les troisime et qua[trime.


lis ont t trs bien reus.
Ils

bi, Jze, sob-d'ject'c^

oua/.o,

[keule-zc,^.

ni
Dhe,
'

T^u^
Dh,

ouaire,

dhi,

theur-de.
[anne-de, fre-the.

..

have, bine, ve-r, ouelle,

ri-sk-Y'de.
Ils

[n'ye-te.
ton,

seront partis ce soir.

KL''.f^."]-J^,^\e*:.
dieu-ce.

XT

..

jnblait ,.= fussent

nu-

*^^*-

ouaire, stiou-pi-de.

20MB
Elles sont reparties six heures

du

I.^'lip'^tX ?e, iU,

rj-atin.

LEON.
Dh,

ar, Rne
bac .i.*5np
e-ga ne,
?i
attP
atte, ?^
sic-ce,
o, claque, inc,

Elles furent les cinquime et

Dh, ouaire, dhi,

Elles seraient bien aimables

Dhrhoude.'

Si

elles crivaient plus


souvent.

on*, m,
*^

suffisait qu^elles
fussent ab?ipnfes.

bi

'^e--be-ie,
of-fe-ne're

Itc.

bj,

fife.thi^i;,::

ve-r ammp
ih, Tte"'

ifJ.

ne,

dlii,

oii-

ouzc,
sof-fi-chenc-te,
dhatf, ri h, oirArn, ab-Bf nnp-

2IsT

LESSON.

English.

T,,

The bridle and


saddle which
you have given me

dW me
"^^

pleasure.

Lahw^h/'''''
^i"'""""""'"'^^' ^^'^^'
tZl
'^"''>, ^oo
mav-ay,

"'

don-av

^"oh, fay, or fab,


play-zeer!

ere is the theme


for to
t-mormoirow.
The dog is not arrived.

Vvc.u
.
V uah-see,
luh, teram,deh,dem.
,

L.ni,Lull,
shyauh, nay,

have visited the grotto


befoif.
'''
the hour of
goini to bed

The children of the villao-e


go away the next

will

monfh

The love which I have


mother is great.

for
"'

pahw,

z'ar-

[ree-vaj.

/;,.

'"'^^^'

^^'

'av'.aI,nlM:;'"^',
^v-aunh, lehrr, du,
coo-shay.
..
i nv
,
^^7' ./ ^unh-faunh,

du,
par-tee-ronh,

'a/je,

mv
'"^

'"'''^''^

veeluh

Pro-shanh.

'

^"'^'
poor,
^^^T'
mahw, mare, ay, W,
graunh.

22nd lesson.
Here the climate is
verv s-onrJ
wc enjoy perfect heafth^'^^'

'listory is very
interesting.

heat is ^o great
that we
can scarcely breathe.
?!ie

morning had been


you a visit

-Vs

fi^^y-^'^s-saunht.
Lalnv
d
^^'
^'
irinhd ^\'^'''
graunhd,
kuh, noo, poo-vonh,
i

'^"^' P^nn res-pee-ray.


^at-anh, zjuh, fu,'^voo,
'
rare, vee-zeet.

..^

to
'"

r
^^ul,,

soon as the mail will


be arwill send vou tl..
^
^"''

Lors-knl,

nved we

^"''''''

T.
Jir-i-ee-vay,
'

Jotters.

'""^' ser-ahw,
noo, voo, z'aunh-

vare-ronh, ley,

'"""

''"oublTsoLt

'"' "'-^

23BD

ay,

LeecTuvi?"^'''^*'
i^eece-twar,
ay, trah,

Tlie

raak-e

''''-^^^^'^

trah,
t"rah' bin
bonh,' noo, zjwees-sonh,

saunh-tay.
zanh-

I'l

v^ c.

lettr.

"^-y,lal.-,,,vsL,f,,r.i,
'
pay-neebl.

LESSON.

ay, lahw, sehrr,


dub, monh.'

Omlet
"

is

"

nref-oM. .---,,
^"""^'^ ^" ^""^^^'"

pat-ronh.

i^o-mel-ett, ay,
pray.fay-rahbl,
fo, shoe.

41
2lME

La bride

et la selle

que vou.
"''' "^'"* ^'t

mZ

n'est

^^L''''^
heure du
I

^^

braye-de.le,anne.de,sadou-t'che, you, have,

de-le

'

"'

"^'^^^

i^re,

ize,
dhi,
tou, mor-ro.

pas arriv.
grotte

iJ'H,

jVr

Voici le thme de
demain.

Le chien

LEOX.

Dhi, dgue,

avant

couch.

A'ye,

ize,

have,

""' P'^-

thi-me,

for.

note, ar-r'ye-

vi-zi-te-de,

^dhl'

grot-to, bi-fre, dhi,


'ue-re
tou,'bedde.

'

''^'

ront

le

DhT't'^fr^f
//il'^-dre-ne, owe,

mois prochain.

dhi,

^'-l-d'je,
atii,

oui-Ie, go, -ou


nexte, monne-the.
lovve, oui-t'che,

^bi,
'ye.
have, for, m'ye,
m-dhe-re
ize, grete.
'

22ME

LEON,

Ici le

climat est trs bon;


nous
jouissons d'une
parfaite san!

Hiere, dhi,
clye-mte, ize
ve-re, goude;
oui, enn-d'jye, peur-fec-te,
hel-the.
Hice-te-r, ize,
ve-r, ine-te-

L'histoire est trs


intressante.

La chaleur

est si grande
que
nous pouvons
pein respl!

Le matin je fus
vous

nii
I>h

Lorsque la malle
sera arrive

J^}\

Hier la tche fut


trs pnible.

mon

23i;iiB

e, bi,

ar-r'ye-v'de, oui'

Kur.::"""'^'
Yesse-teur-d,
ou^e, ve-r,

'^''l.

est

prfrable
'

[c'ho'u"
^

^^''

tasque
trob-eul-som:

oui-the, dhi, ou've.f

L omelette

^^"'

dhi,

LEON.

s'ce-te-re,
T

'ye

,1i'r''"''"^-'^"^^"

patron.

're.nign'e,

Azze, sonne, azze,


dhi, mle.
OUI.

[resse-tign'e.

faire visite.

^"t'

hae, ize, so, grte,


om, canne, skre-sl,dhate,
brl
,

Patte-re-ne.

ovve, m've
^*'
'

^""-^-*?1 '-. Pr.fe.r.be.


[le, tou,
cab-b-d'je.

42

Snn- ;.
bnow
u

f ,,^"*^fi*'''-

!!!

fallen, the streams are


.

* "^^

<*"^'

see,

The inhabitants repaired to


church at the sound of the
bell.

vtld'nSVnr^'
visited
my house.

Lightning

To

/VcrtcA pronunciation.
naizje, ay, tonh-bay, ay
ley, ruee-80, sonh, zjel-ay.

Lahw,

my

^'''"^' *'*'

huh-ruh, keh; luh, reesh.

Ley, z'ab-ee-taunh, suh, raunhday, or dah, ahw, lay-gleeze,


0, sonh, duh, lahw, clash.

Zjuh,croo-ah,kuh,monh,n'ain.
ee, ahw, vee-zec-tay, mahw,
may-zonh.

24th lesson.
thunder frighten Ley, z'ay-cla,-e,

a.

friend

''"'''

England
write every moUh.
in

lieeps, your
accounts will return you the
key of the factory.

As soon as the horses will be


arrived I will send you your
goods.

He has two sheep one black


and one white.
iMy

mother is at your place


smce two months.

'

monh, n'am-ee, aunh,


n'aunh-gleh-tare, zjay-cree,

mwahw.

LahAv, pare-soa, kee,


t'yanh,
vo, konht, voo, rem-ett-rahw,
ley, clay, dub, lahw,
fab-reek.

Lors-kuh,

ley, shev-o, ser-onh,


ven-u, zjuh, voo,
z'aunhvare-ray, vo, mar-shaunhdeeze.
Ill, ahw, duh,
moo-tonh, anb,
nwar, ay, anh, blaunh,

Mahw, marc,

ay, shay,

duh-pwee, duh,

Fruits and flowers


things agreeable.

wo

have the pleasure to send you


luy

most sincere thanks.

The jewels of

"v
me proHd,

'-"

my

fure,

t'an-

nee-may, du, day-zeer, duh,

are

twah.

mwahw.

25th lesson.
The generals were animated
Ley, zjay-nay-ru,
. .
with a desire to conquer.

ton-

Ahw,

too, ley,

The person who

z'ay, luh.

^^^"f^^^'-y^-

wife and tJic


'ia"K"i^r raaKf-

vainkr.
Ley, fruee, z'ay, ley, flehrr,
sonh, duh, shoze, z'ag-rayahbl.
Zjay, luh, play-zecr, duh, voo,
z'ad-res-say, mey, plu, sanhsarc,

rem-air-see-maunh.

Ley,

bee-zjoo, dub,
mahw,
lamm, ay, lahw, twah-lett,'

dub, mahw, feel-ye, muh,


raunhd, t'or-guobl-yuh,

48
French.

La

.,

neige est tombe et


les ruisseaux sont gels
L'homme- pauvre
i v.iu n'est
ucBi
oas an..
a^
81 pas
i,h.,t
81 heureux

que

azze,

Je crois quo mou


ami a visit
ma maison.

ire,

zjay-crec,

'^i^MK

A mon ami en
cris tous les

le

r^ '^'i
E,
pou-re,

le riche.

Les habitants se
rendaient u
1 glise au son
de la cloche.

, ,
Les
c^Uj. et

'^^Sluise.

,?"2I'V"^"'"
Sno "'''
^"'
j?-c-ne, dhi, strmc'*'"' "'^^-^^'

tonne,

m'ef-

Antrietcrre V^

La personne qui
tient ro
comptes vous remettra
I

les

clefs de la fabrique.

ize,

note

, ri-t'che

oua-ne.
Dhi, ine-hab-i-teune-t'ze,

ri-pre-de, tou, t'cheur-t'chc,


attc,
ahi,
i'ounde, owe,
dhi.'
belle.

A'ye, bi-lve, dbate,


ma'rc,
frenne-de, hazze, vi-zi-te-de
ma'ye, h'ouce.

LEON.
L Wuign'e, anne^de,

thonne-

r
.^'J^^'l^'^*^'^^' ^^
^''",' ""^^re, frenne-de,

ine, Inegleune-de, 'ye, r'ye-te, -

''

mois

manne,
hap .p, azze,

ve-r, monne-the.
Dhi, peur-se-ne, hou,
ki-p'se
youre, ac-c'oune-t'ce, oui-le'

ri-teur.ne,you,dhi,k,owe!
voo,

z'aunh-

mar-shauDh-

5ze,

Lorsque les chevaux


serout-veuns je vous enverrai
vos
marchandises.
Il

a deu.x moutons,
un blanc.

lin

noir et

dhi, fac-te-r.

Azze, soune, azze, dhi,


hor-ceze, oui-le, bi,
ar-r'ye-ve'dc,

aye, oui-le, senne-de,


you

youre, goud'ze.
hazze, tou, chipe,

Ml,

Waque,
ila

mre

est chez

fleux mois.

toi

depul

iouK

""l^I^V!,^!!''--^^'^^dsir de vaincre.
z'ag-ray-

Les fruits et les


fleurs sont
deux choses agrables.
J*ai le plaisir

mes

de vous adresser

plus sincres
remerci-

ments.

'

M'yc, m-dhe-re, ize,


atte
youre, pl-ce, sine-ce,
ton'
moane-th'ce.

LEOX
Dhi,

dje-ne-reul-ze,
.,- _- .^x.-c,
ouaire,
anne-i-m-tede, ouithe,

di-za'yeur, tou, conne-ke-re


y rou-t'ce anne-de, fl-oueur-ze,
ar,

tou,
be-Ie.

thigne-ze, ag-ri--

A'ye, have, dhi,


pl-je-re, tou,
senne-de, you, m'ye,
SlR. .qAnnn-n_a.o
^-tv,
|,7

mafillemerendonl
r-rgiieilIpiLy

ouane,
ouane,

annc-de,

ou'ye-te.

m-

il

tuaac-S

>

ze.

Dhi, d'jou-eul-ze,
erre, ma''ye,
"
anne-de, dhi, t'yo
''te, owe,
m'ye, d-le-Ve
mqiie, mi, pr'.xide.

44
h'rrndi pronunciatiun.

English

Lahw, vwah-ture,

suh, breeze,
par-s'kuh, luh, shem-anh, ay,
rao-vay, or vah.
Lar-7,jaunh, kuh, voo, mav-ay,
don-nay, ay, daunh, monh,
por-teh-fehl-ye.

The caniage broke because


the roads were bad.
;

The money which you gave


is

iu

my

rac

port-folio.

26th lesson.

Do you think of
which that

Paunh-say, voo,
pro-mess, kuh,

the promise

girl

has

made

you.
a liner village than that
ofSorel.
After having chosen the best
animals we departed.
It is

What do you

think of?

of the

word which you have spoken.

a neighbour
himself obliging.

like

who shows

What do you

think of? of the


misfortune which has hap-

pened

to

me.

27th

Do you

widow.

How much do

you gain yearly.

Do you

on the discourse

of that person.

What
so

a dreadful day to have

wounded two

of

my child-

ren to-day!

Do you go

10 see the president

of the republic.

is

vftry

amiable man.

sett,

lahw,

feel-ye,

voo, z'ahw. fait.


Say, t'anh, plu, bo, vee-lazje,
kuh, suh-luee, duh, Sorell.
Ap-rah, av-war, shwah-zee,
ley, plu, bo, z'an-ee-mo, noo,
ruh-par-teem
Ahw, kwab, paunh-say, voo?
ahw, Irhw, par-ol, kuh, voo,
ven-ay, duh, pro-fay-ray.

Zjemm, anh, vwah-zanh,

kee,
suh, monhtr, o-blee-zjaunh.

Ahw, kwah, paunh-say, voo?


mal-ehrr, kee, may,
ee-vay.

0,

t'ar-

lesson.

cast your eyes on that

reflect

z.'ahw,

Por-tay, voo, vo, reh-gar, sewr,


sett, vehvv.
Konh-b'yanh, gang-yay, voo,
[par, an-nay.
z'o,
voo,
Ray-flay-shee-say,
dees-coor, duh, sett, pareson.
Kell, af-fruhze, zjoor-nay, kuh,
dav-war, bless-ay, mey, duh,
z'aunh-faunh, z'o-zjoor-dwee.

Al-ay, voo, vwar, luh, prayzee-dauuh, duh, lahw, raypu-bleek.

SaVj

t'anhj

n'ora.

for,

t'ay-

[mahbl.

45
Frenc/i.

i^a voiture

chemin

le

est

dans

^'

mon

un plus beau village

celui de Sorel.

avoir

choisi

log

LEON.

'

''S:,oui.t'che,dimte;
geurle, hazze, m-de,
vou

(,,,0
'

rteize,,f'ye.,;e-re,vilSi

ping

Af-te-re, lmv.ig'e,
t'cho-ze-ne
dhi, bes-te,
anne-i-meul-zp
OUI, di-par-te-de.

quoi pensez-vous
? la na
role^que vous venez

de

n*^
"''"' V^''"' t^ine'que,
'.'- 4Uf
owe, uiii
uvve,
,
dl.i,

f...r.

Se?

bad-

monne-, oui-t'che,
you,

porte-fenllIe.

26MK

Aprs

/e, diu, ro-d'zo.


oiinho,

Dhi

Pensez-vous la
promes^P
cette fille vous i
C'est

Prononciation anqluise

sa brise narceqne
est mauvais

Ou-te,

p'ro-

dou,

ovve?

you,

thine'que,

owe,

dhi, ouor^de
ou
o-.tche, you, have,
sp-ke'
ne.

Aye>

''ye-que,

hou,

shoze,

n-be-re,

himc-se-fr

0-

bla'ye-d'jign'e.

^"'
oti!'/"'
ovve?
owe, dhi,

thine'que,

mice-fori

fyou-ne, oui-fche, hazze


hap-pene-de, tou, mi.
27iicD
0,

Portez-vous vo^

reh-gar, sewr,

cette

regards

sur

veuve ?

Combien gagnez-vous
par an-

LEON,
Dou, you

caste, you-re,
'ye-ze '
ane, dhate, oui-do
?
Ha ou, motte-che,
dou, you
'
^
gaine, re-l.
'

nflehissez-vous au
disSut'
ue cette personne.

Dou, you,

Quelle affreuse
d avoir bless

dice-cre-ce,
ov^e, ^hate
peur-se-ne.
0.te, , dredde-fou-Ie,

journe

que

mes deux en!

fants aujourd'hui

tou, have,

Ml
Ulez-VOUS voir

le nr/.=!^
* ^
la rpublIqTe.'' '^'^'^^"^ ^

|C'estunhommfnfta,v~,-

ri-flec-te,

'

so,

houne-de-de!
owe, m'ye, t'chile-dre^
"^' to"> d!
tou,

ne, dhi

^^^^'/ou,' go, tou. si,


dhi, przi-deune-te, owe
dhi
r
""
'
Pob-bli-que.
'

m,

ize, ,

ve-r, amme-'ye-[be-le,

manne.

'

The
work

forced to
hent oi

re

linpf

sonli,

zjaunhse,
.^, poavr,
tor-say, duh, trav-ah-yare,

ahw. Inr-dchrr,

the son.

so-lay-

(In,

ye.

For my board and room 1


twelve dollars a month.

I'ny

I'oor,

mahw, paunh-syonh,

'<"t,

What must be done to appease


the rage of that fool.

ay,

shaunhbr, zjuh, pay-ye,

doo7.e, p'yasatr, par, mwahw.


fo, fill, fare, poor, ap-

Kuh,

ay-zay, lahw, co-lare, duh,


seh, foo.

It is

a fine night to take the

fresh air

Do you go "to your

neighbour':*

with your work.


It is

Say, l'une bell, swah-ray, poor,


praunhdr, luh, fray, or frah.
Al-ay, voo, shay, vottr, vwah/-een, av-eck, vottr, oov-rwje.
Say, t'anh, trah, bo, por-tray,

a very fine portrait.

[or trah.

29th lesson.
distinguish the fruits by the
different tastes which they

Zjuh, dees-ten'gg, ley, fruee, o,


kill,
goo,
dee-fay-raunh,
''onh.

have.

What weather

is

it?

it is fine.

By the discourse which he has


spoken, we presume that he
good orator.
is a **

Kell, tautth, fay, or fah, fill ?


[ill, fay, or fah, bo.
(),

diss-coor, kill, v'yanh, duh,


pro-nonh-say, noo, pray-umonh, kill, ay, honh, n o-rahtehrr.

In

the town there re good


schools for boys.

Ahw, lahw,

veel,

ill,

ee,

ahw,

he at present ? at the

duh, bon, / ay-col, duh, garsonh.


Hoo, ay, fill, manh-teh-naunh

gown which

0 e"- , , ^ , u

Zjuh, croo-ah, kuh, lahw, rub,

'.'

Where

is

mines.
I

believe. that the

vou have

is

French

stuff.

kuh, voo, z av-ay, ay, dayfraunh-saze.

tuff,

30th lesson.

To whom do you wish


may give my^ hand ?

that 1
to that

gentleinan.
it IB

father who has given


the coat which 1 wear.

my

me

Ahw,

kee,

voo, kuh,

voo-lay,

don, mahw, manh


hw, suh. zjaunh-tee-om.
zjuh,

baj, mon, i-,.


don-ay, lab-ee.

purt.

--

^ --

kuh,

zjuh.

47

UU'OS.

-'8ME

niunciatiun.

h'teiu'h

zjaunUse, sonh,
trav-ah-yare,
1,
hrr. do, so-lay-

lie*

Pour ma pension

et une chambre jo paye douze


piastres
par mois.

pay-ye,

par, mwahw.
fare, poor, ap-

tr,

For, m'ye,

d-leur-ze, , monne-tUe.

faut-il faire pour


hpai.or
la colre de ce
fou.

swah-ray, poor,
ah, fray, or frah.

C'est

I,

u.ie

belle

Ou-tc, mos-te,

,voUr,oov-rMJe.
ah, bo, por-tray,
[or trail.

dhate, fou-le.
soire

pour

Ite

owe

ize

, f'ye-ne, n'ye-te,
ton, t-que, dhi,
fr-che, re

Dou, you, go, tou,


you-re, nbeur-ze,

oui-the,

vou-re,

"

ouor-que.

un trs-beau portrart.

0"3t

donne, ton,

bi,

ap-p-ze, dhi, l-d'je.

prendre le frai.s.
Allez-voua chez votre
voisine
avec votre ouvrage.

vwab-

bre-de, anne-de.
p, touel-ve

rou-me, 'ye,

Que

w, co-lare, dul,

lay, vottr,

l'Iii,

soleil.

aunh-syonh, ay,
br, zjuh,

PronoHciutiun aiiglaiue
pour, pi-pe-le, ar,
fre-gte
tou, ouor-que, ine,
dhi, beuro-igne,hte,ovve,dhi, .son-

Lea pauvres gens sout


forct-n
de travailler lardciir
du

fte, ize,
, ve-r,

f>-ne, por[^rSte.

LEON.

29i:ME
I'gg. ley, fruee, o,

goo,

nh,

Je distingue le^ fruits


aux
frents gots qu'ils ont.

kill,

or fah, fill?
fay, or fah, bo.

Quel temps

"ay,
il'

v'yanh, duh,
ay, noo, pray-zu-

Au

kill,

noncer nous prsumons


est

ahw,

A ^la

ill,

ee,

:'ay-col, duh, gar-

bon orateur.
ville

est-il

nes.

kuh, lahw, rub,


z'av-ay, ay, dayh-saze.

Te

A'ye,

b'ye,

reune-te,

t-sf'ce,

RRaye,
OUI,

y a de bonne,

maintenant? aux mi-

crois

que la robe que vous


arez est d'toffe
franaise.

dhi,

M-

'ne,

f't< '^e,

dhi
dif-fei

oui-t'ohe,'
ize,

ite?

fi-ye-ne.

dhi,

tche,
iie,

il

dis-tine-gou-che,

trou-t'ce,

dhe, have.
<>ua-te, ou-dhe-re,

qu'il

icoles de garons.

manh-teh-naunhV
1,

ilfaitbenn.

discours qu'il vient de


pro-

ay, honh, n'o-rahreel,

fait-il ?

dif-

dis-cre-ce, ouihazze, sp-ke-ne


pri-zou-me, dhate,

hi,

hi''

gou-de, or--te-re

dhi,

ta'oune, dherre.' ar
gou-de. scou-1'ze, for,
bvo'

ze.

Ouaire,ize,hi atte,pr-zeune.
te? atte, dhi,
mgne-ze.
Aye bi-l-ve, dhate,
dhi,
gaoune,oui-t'che, you, have
ize,

frenne-cbe, stofle.

30MR T.ROON.
oo-lay^
I,

voo, kuh,

mahw, manh?

lionne
U ce gentilhomme.

'^3^r''*^"^'*i"^J
raamam?

zjaiinh-tee-oui.

dhate, 'ye m,
gui-ve, ma'
hanne-de? tou, dhate.
'

ye,
(Vfat yx- -^.^
"

h-ee.

kub,

zjuh.

l'^fc qr.i

VhV^'"
habit que

d'jenne-'teu'Cift^ns
it,

je porte.

donn

Ite,

ize,m'7e, fit-dhe-re,
hou,
hazze, gui-ve-ne,
mi, dhi
cote, oui-t'che.
've, ouaire

48
English

conduct that sclioonor

We will

Noo,

gway-lftt,

into the canal.

that
brother in-law.

To whom belongs

my

to

French pronunciation.
sett,
conh-dwee-ronh,

horn?

Ahw,

o, can-al.

ap-par-t>nh, h,
ahw, monh, bo-

kec,

ahev-al?
frare.

ay, t'anh-pru-daunh, dun,


vaunh-tare, ahw, sonh, n'amee, lob-zjay, or zjah, dub,

imprudent to boast to his


love.
friei7t be object of his

III,

needful to avoid walking

111,

He

is

sonh, n'am-oor.
It is

t'ay-yec-tay

fo,

pro-men-air,

in the rain.

^''l'.Jfl;.

lahw,

ahw,

pluee.

SUT LESSON.
Fait

face of that man and the


of that woman arc sad.
fijrure
*

Luh, vee-zazje, duh,

The

Do you

see the school-master

rominc No
Here are the portraits of

my

Behold the crown on the King's


J

j^

have a fine garden


country house

at

ahw,

lahw, launhp, kuh, zjeh, voo,


z'ay, pray-tay.
sett,

om,

ay, lahw, fee-gure, duh, sett,

famm, sonh, treest.


Vwah-yay, voo, ven-cer,
maitr, day-col? Nonh.
Vwah-see,

ley,

luh,

duh,

tab-lo,

^ey, zaunh-saitr.

ancestors.

^''^t-taunh-s'yonh,

attention jto the lamp


which 1 have lent to you.

Pay

my

Reh-gar-day, l^J;^'
roo-au.
/J";::^"'
sewr, lahw, tait, Qu,

ahw

Zjay, anh, bo, zjar-danb,

duh.

may-zonh,
ahw,
caunh-pang-ye.

*'

32nd lesson.

What

ails

you?

have a great

.^ftr-ache

anh,
zjay
voo?
Cav-ay,
graunh, mal, do-raj ye.
_

eye,

^'
Il\f ^.I'^^^-y^Cu 'boosf
ell, ahw, une, bell, boosh.

Here is my neighbour's plough,


and my neighbour's spinning
*
'it

Vwah-see, lahw, shah-ru, duh,


nionh, v-ah-zanh ay luh,
^oo-^y ^'^ *^' ^"^'
vwah-zeen.

,i!

o,

He has a quick and gay


she has a pretty mouth.

heel.

the flour mill to the paper


mill tbere are seteu iefc.

From

'

Du^ ""Tlanh,^ajiw^, Jarjeen,^


uio-onaau, =-..| f"i ^'v?
ee,

ahw, say, I'yuh.

40
flench,

P/07iocta/jo;/ ang/c/,f.

Oui, ouile, conne-doque,


dhnte
8Cou.nc.re, ine-tou:
qui appartient
ce cheval
mon beau-frre.

est

'

imprudent de vanter
l'objet de son amour.

son ami

Tou

houme,

bl-longne-zc

"^
br-dhe-rc, ine-l.
in, ize,
ime-prou-dcune-te, ton

dl,^^ob.d'jec.te,

Uhi,

faut viter de se
promener

Ite,

la pluie.

izo

owe,

nde-foulo,

'

bi^o,'

ton,

aiMK LEON.
Faites attention
la lampe ^
que
je vous ci prte.

^*-^n-che-no, ton,
dhi
^i'
lamme.po,
oui-t'die, 'v'
have, lenne-te, tou,
^

Lo visage de
figure

'

cet homme, et la
de cette femme
.ont

y'ou.

:.'!' y^' d^ate, manne


anne.de,dhi,fi.g'youre,ovve'
dhate, ou-me-ne,
nr, sadde'
Dou,
you,

te-re,

VoicUes tableaux de
mes a.

Hiere,

si,

dhi, sconle-masse:

comme-ign'e ? No
ar,
dhi,%or.tr

'I^retrir'"^^""^^"^'^^
un beau jardin ma
maison

Bi-hle-d.

ae campagne.

mal

cr'oune, ne

j'ai

"n granr)

d'oreilles.

Voici la charrue
de

ahw, far-een,
.

-knir^-iratr

mon

voisin

ma voidir

Ouate, le-ze,
you? 'ye, havo

*^' "^^'ou-the.'

o,

f'eur.ze,

il

"

'

'^'P''^'

m'ye

n.

spi-nigil'e-oune,

sept iieeg

nerre,ar,sev.enneJigue-2,.;

J
'

^>,
"'S.^^^'
P^aou, anne-de, -beur-ze,

111

* papier

'

LEON,
, grete, re-que.

et le rouet de

'

ne' ati:' tr-'^'-", gar-de.

32i:ME

Qu'avez-vous

..^i,

dhi, k,gne-ze,
hedde.

J'ai

t'ce

--c-e:

Se."^''^^

french pronuicialion.

...

Have ,o

goTytr

.ar.l.ge

contract drawn,

^^^l:;^-^^!^SX
.iariyazje.

WhatactUtbat, mymistress-s
"*'

".^'JiXauiir^hw'C
tress.

LESSON.

33BD

and
at that old batchelor
wtmkles.
his
to
attention
pay

Look

Rel'-gJ'^-d'y-

^f,'

tS-^afnuI

I?;'^'^ Y^^'",':^,

cd.

You

prah,
Voo, plehr-ay, soo-vaunh,
ayshain, hoo, vottr,

and
Here are the court house

ah,
Vwah-see, luh, pal-ay, or
lahw,
duh, zjuce-teece, ay,

oak
cry often sear the
where your wife was buriea.

du,
pooze,

jail.

fu,

t'aunh-tay-ray.

pree-zonh.

eldest
What do you think of my
of a
son? I think that he 18

Kuh, paunh-say, voo,


monh, feece, ay-nay (

violent character.

at the armament and


attention to that planet.

Look

pay

throne.
See the queen ou the

dub,
zjuh

paunhse, kill, ay, danh, carac-tare, pronh.

Reh-gar-d^. ,1^

^^^^^hw,

sett,

^^SX
plan^".

sewr,
Reh-gar-day, lahw. ta,

34th lesson.

'^^r^w'tet'ef'ir^",
^rtSryr-"'"'"'"''
thatiarm? yes.
^^.^^^ ^^^

Have you

killed

tviof

violin

mnch game.

Fait,

z'at-taunh-s'yonh,

Av-ay, voo, tu-.y,

ahw,

b-Muh'

is

owing

to imprudence.

XXvks

to
i.\.^ fr^'^rra in Rneak
lii'c 1-." 0"
r blacksmith.
the

wen

What kind
taken.

of fish

have you

sonh, du, z'ahw, lanhpru-daunhse.


lahw,
Zjuh, swee, z'al-ay, ahw,
ee,

'

lor
forzje, poor, par-ai', o,

zjer-onh.
Kell, z'es-pess, duh, pwah-sonu,
z'av-ay, voo, prcc.

ni

1 1 cavil.
Ficncli.

mcialion.
r fah, ray-dee-

Avez-vous

?:"'

^^t^^,
'^-t^je,

luh, tes-

et?

mahw, may-

o-vaunh, prah,
00, vottr, ay-

Voijs pleurez

nf

sfSs

souvent prs du
chne o votre
pouse
^^'"^
fut

^
enterre.
Voici le palais de
iustice '*
et in
'"''"'
"
prison.'

duh,

fls

an ? je pense
qu'il est d'un
caractre prompt,

it,

le

firmament et faites
attention cette
plante;

n
hiz?

tou,

YoT'c'r^e^c'f
"''< d"',
r nno^'.""^"^""^'
?;^"^ "^""e, youre, ou'yel
^

"*'"^' ^er-re-de.
'
tt"'-e, ar, dhi,
cre-te,

Ou-te,

la.

Regardez

.>

h'ouce '

anne-de, d'jle.

Que pensez-vous de
mon

ay-nay ? zji^h
ay, danh, car-

feer-xnamz'at-taunh-

"\''' '^^**^' ^'^'-d^,


^Zr;.!
batte-che-le-re, anne-de,

at-tenne-che-ne,

inh-tay-ray.
pal-ay, or ah,
ece, ay, lahw,

luh,

dhate

LEON.

33i:ME

Regardez ce vieux ffarmn


faites attention

i.e,

mis-tre-ce, z'oui-le.

v'yuh, garz'at-taunhit,
ey, rd.

voo,

conne-tracte, drne.

Ouate acte,

^"^"araJtrlle!^^"^""^^'^^

h,

ty,

sVJ6r.
J '"''"^'^'
gotte, youre, mar-

rdiger votre

contrat de mariage
^

h-trahw, dub,

fait

dou,
^*''

you,

thine'que, dhate,

hi

'
te,

ri; n'^'^r'
car-ac-te-re.

Lou-que

thine'que

^'

atte,

^-yo-leuni

dhi,

fire-me-'

^""-de, p, at-tenT^^^'
ne_-che-ne, tou,
dhato,

sett, plan-ett.

plane-

ahw,

rain, sewr,

Regardez

la reine

sur

le trne.

[luh, trone.

^h

dhi,

kou-ne,

ne,

dhi,
[tlir-ne!

34iME LEON.
sewr, sett,

V-avait-il beaucoup,
de btisses
sur cette ferme?
oui.

nh-s'yonh, ahw,
nh, y, ahw, sub,

Faites attention
ce violon et
a ce morceau de

ah,

fill,

Bece,

bo-coo,

duh,

Avez-vous

musique.

^vvfor''''-''*">'^hate,
vaye-o-le-ne,

tu

beaucoup de

pice, owe,
miou-zique
Have, you, kile-de,
motte-che,'

[zjee-b'yay.

dey, mal-adiu, z'ahw, lanhkrr,

j^'^l-di^f sont
l'imprudence.
^""^

'''difis
aues

ie.

dhate,

duh, pwah-sonli,

lO,

prcc.

^S.!:'.li!J?
-

<-, pour

"-"o'^yn.

Quelles espces
de
avez-vous pris.

gr-te-ste, prte,^^:^:'
sique-ne-ce-ze, ize,
-ign'e''

ime-prou-deune-ce.
., jl ..

Aye. ouennA.fo
dje,

tou, spque,
blac-smi-the.

poissons
"'"^ons

tou

l^H

tou,

al-ay, ahw, lahw,


o, for
, par-late,

3,

'

anne-de,

mu-zeek.

i-ay, bo-coo,

Oim're, dherre,
menne-, bledigne-ze, ne,
dhate ffirrae? yesse,

tou^hi

Ouate, cgne-de,
owe, fi-che
''ve, you,
t-ke-ne.

'

'

52

LESSON.

yjTH

FrcHc/i pronunciation.

Enslish.
many jewels

Had you
box? no.

bwaht? nonh.

T.,Vc care of

my

P"-y.

uc,c. booU.

have, many rare


library.

works lu m;

/..1>^.^

b.Mec-o-

^^,^^^^^^

^eck.
,
u
i
bal,
w-av voo, don-ay, dey,
Av^ay.^v^^j^
pranU-taunh,
^^^^

.,.
balls smce
Have you given

yes.
last spring?

dare-n'yay? wee.
.
to

,f

<

Do not

-^^^X^l^m.

N-'M'!'-^ ,'':;:; ^;T:

..,.
not tuiuu or ,euin,

.^Itr,

^^^^^,,^

_^^^^

ui"''

bo-coo,

voo,

Av.vav
Av-yaj,

your

habituate yourself

pft^^
Vnii voo z'ab-ee-tu-ay,
^^"jf;^^^^ \oonh-/ecve-tay.

plotb.

36TII

,,

write

.!"

LESSOK.

4\
te

.0

prince.

strangers on
board of the steamboat.

TlLe were many

not spend your

money

in
1";

du

^y^^:^'^'^:^
Knh
^uh^^^

.,co
use-

pare.

monh,

d^i,^

^^^^ ^^^^

pauw,

day-paunh-say,
ayp
^^^^^^^

Vee-nu-teel-

maunh.

lessly.

Do-coo,
av-ay, or ah,
,;ahw, bor,
vap-ehrr.
bat-o, ahw,

V^^^^'^.y,

t-,e

since
Many year, have pas.
death of my father.

Do

/-W;-^,;^'

o,

leltr,

uuc,

y;<iv-rree-rav,

to .00^ to
i, neee,.ary
cliapcl.
building of that

U.ve admirea

ti-a,

ti-e

^^^^JSi:^}^'
lahw,

pro.iy

au.,',

sliap-eil.

^.i^,jtr--^''

^""'
'

princess.

3tTH LESSON.

n.

At

.lie

have

age of >t^J'"'
.^o
freqncntl)

more

w.cl,
,*.hinV of the dream
last night.

_i..u
.

dub,

iftwzie

^^^^^

Uair wViiiei

made

Ai,.Tr

-^'vlU-dee
...-.v.

cat-ruhn'ahw.

Annh, onl>

soo-Tnunb,

ley,

Klo-iinh.

iX n'.t
,'

^'J-^i^^J-^'fah',
dare-n'yare.

53

LEu\.

35jiiE

French.

mciulion.

Aviez- voua beaucoup


de pierreries dans votre
bote ? non.

<1"1')

)0-C00,

volti-,

Minli,

Hadde, you, rnenne.,d'jou.eul.


ze, me, yourc,
boc-ce?
no.

i'renoz garde au livre


de

dtili,

leevr,

),

lonh, n'unUkl.

Xe

pahw, z'abw,

Tque,

krc,

owe,

m'ye

[onn<.keul.2e, bou'que!
nft" thine'que, owe.
guet-tign'e, mar-re-de,
atte

J^^^^^^^^^^

Dou,

pray-

alw,

I,

J5..e. pas. vous

mon

prez-zeune-te.
A'yc, have,
mennc-tS

beaucoup d'ouvrages
rares
uans nia bibliotlique.

oo-vrnzje, rar,
bce-blee-oV,

J'ai

a-ay, dey, bal,

Avez-vous donn des


bals depuis le printemps
dernier'

'"'' "^^'^'

pranb-taunb,

1,

bT-r'

Ve

pabw,

;e-Ux-ay,

vous habituez pas

l'oisi-

^^'^-

Haye, you, gui-vc-ne,


ble-ze
sinece,la3te,sprign'e?ye8se!

OUI.

ivee.

'

'

rre

Do.

note,
Imb-i-tiou-tc,
youre-8cl-<b, tou,
sluthe.

/ccvc-taV'

36KMB LEO.V.
lettr,

une,

o,

J'crirai

une

lettre

au princ

or ah, bo-coo,
bor,
zjay, K'ahw,
,1-vT, vap-ebrr.

il

an-ay,8ub,sonb,
dub-pwee,

Hien des annes


se sont m.,

yavait beaucoup d'trino-or

Vye, ouile, r'ye-te,


, let-teJ^^' *"' ^'"'
P"ne-ce.
n

Ar

'

^^""^^^^^^ stime-bte.

dub, monb, parc,


pabw,
unh-say,

'";!fcs.~'

lunb, t'ee-nu-tcel-

abw, labw,

rarc,

dub,

e-s'yonb,

*r;,!i';rJ"

-'-"

e-ray,

sett,

IJai admir cette


belle prin^""
cesse.

SKME
dub,

je,

<te,

,.,

Boo-vaunh,

veux blaser

ley.

'"'^'^''^^^'-

dhi,

'

.,,,..

bile-diM'e

'
^'chap-pe-lj.
\nJ''''{,'^''''*'
have, ad-m'ye-eur-de
-^>f;
'
dhate, pret-t,
prine-ce-ce

LECOX.

rave,

Atte,dhi,-d'je,owe,D'ye.ut,

ire-ze, oui,

tri-couenne-t'l.

blftunh;
kuli.

orfah,labw,nwef

Npeuse au
?

rve que

la nuit dernire.

have, Ore
>.^--

dh-'

outt'ye-te.
j'ai fait

'

"'

A'ye thine'que,
owe,
rae,

re.

,.....,
tou,

,0,.:

youce-leucVl.S

cftt-rub-

z'aunh, onh, n'abw,

Use, 0,

monnc,

que,

'

bell,

-"r^n'^sX-u.,

mde,

oui-t'che,

dhi, dr'ye, have

laste, n'ye-te

'

m
111

Til

]^ycncki>ronunciaUo.
English.

Why so
canals

many
are'

canals? these
useful for the

conveyance of produce.

There was much

of gall

Poor-kwah, taunb, duh,

^^^'^^X
suh ^so^^

^^^^ pro-dwee.
Til
oc
lH^^e^.

m his

bo-coo,
av-av, or ah,
^^^^h, sonh,
^,^J^^^

discourse.

V ao not

cati-o

dey, can-o, z'u^^^^'.^^^^^..^por,

dees-coor.
pos-.^ay-day
Voo.^^uJ.,

*cn ,0... Ms

,,
d^on.
,

'

."Z'cU-t

one., revue,

U,

^tUrh"; say'-eet."""

books.

38Ta LESSON.
Reflect on the wok
have just read.

llay-flay-shee-say,

wbich you

dub, leer.
graunb,

would

unfortunate
are many
village.
children in this

There

dub,

sub, vee-lazje.
t'anb-porBwab-ree, sonh,
tay, dub, Fraunhse.

are imported from

Lahwplu-parr,deyz'om,kuh,

of the men
The greatest part
are true
-employ
jou
whom

z'aunh-ploo-ah-yay,

voo,

Bonb,duh,vray,orvrah,co-

rogues.
that

nombr,

Onb,dee,kub,ley,may-yehri,

best
They say that the France.

is

loo-

ven-ay,

or
pare-ion, day-zeer-er-ay,
vwar.
ah, voo,
dub, malHI, ee, ahw, bo-coo,
daunb,
er-ruh, z'aunh-faunb,

silks

kanh.

unknown? he

zahw,

voo,

Anh,

of persons
jrreat number
v?ish to see you.

Who

kuh,

vrazje,

^^ ,,7f
anh-con-u
n^y-go-s'yaunb,
say, tnh,
t'aunb-glay, or glab.

an EngU&U merchant.

ay,

Kell

is

sett,

39th lesson.

You

reflect

ray-flay-shee-say,
Voo.
Voo,J^_y^^

i-.wa of
on the exploits

J^^^^

that great man.

eet on the
you have over

0, z'ex-

^^^^^^^

^,^^^

^i^J^^'^''^ "'^-

co.^.ud which

^^^^

n.e.

^^^^^
^

What kind oi.iiiimai5r=t-_tigers,


lions,
they are bears,

and elephants.

^^^^
-

'Z^Zt ^-.n^-rJ

ucj,
^^^^ .^^orse,
dey,
^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^y^
^'ay-lay-faunh.
^^^^^

,^^^

55
Uion.
ih,

Pourquoi tanrde*cana>iT? on
son\ des canaux uti^s
pou

can-o?

an-o, z'u-

le

lunh'Spor,

transport des produitf"^

,..,^'''""'"'''"^<>''^^'^i'^ise.

l^i.fTf'S

""Tef'

v-eune-ce,

,h,

inb,

bo-coo,
sonh,

gale,

Vous ne possdez donc pas son


cur? non.
Le marchand revise ouvent

ay, donlik,

r? nonh.
reb-veeze,

ses livres.

''^''^'"

ToLS^, ^^r^d^ clS


me,

owe, pro-diou-

hize, dicc-cre-ce.

^ou, dou, note, dhenne,


posesse, hize, harte ? no.

E,

meur-t'cheune-te,

of-eune

ri-v'ye-ze-ze, hize, bouk'ce!

eevr.

SSME LEON.
Rflchissez

l'ouvrage auc
vous venez de lire.

z'ahw, loo00, ven-ay,

ombr,

Un grand nombre de person-

dub,

nes dsireraient vous voir.

eer-er-ay, or
Il

dub, malaunh, daunb,


,0,

y a beaucoup de malheureux
enfants dans ce village.

On
f,

may-yebrr,

que

les meilleures soie-

ries
sont
importes
de
France.
La plupart des hommes
que
vous employez sont de

t'anb-por-

1,

dit

ibse.

ey, z'om, kub,


i-ploo-ab-yay,
or vrab, co-

vrais

coquins.

Ri-flec-te, ne, dhi,


ouor-que,
oui-t'che, you, bave,
d'joste '

redde.
grte, nomme-bere,
owe
peur-seune-ze, houde, ouiche, tou, si, you.
Dherre, ar, menne-, onne-forE,

Wnte,

t'chile-dre-ne, ine.

dhice, vi-l-d'je.
Db se, dhate, dhi, beste,
sile-k'ce, ar, ime-pre-te-de.

fromme, Franne-ce.
Dhi.

gr-te'ste,

dhi.
-",

luciiiic,
nne,

emme-plye,

y,

Que) est cet inconnu?


ngociant anglais.

anh-con-u ?

c'est

un

SDME
ee-say, o, z'exsub, graunb,

fe

z'abw,
-sbee,
kub, voo, z'avab.
,v,

z'an-ee-mo ?

;y,

ZiOOr, ucj,

teegr, ay, dey,


lb.

Hou,

u uomme.

owe
you,
rgue-

ar, trou,

dhate, onne-n-ne?
pnne, Ine-gli-che.
meur-t'cheune-te.
ize,

bi,

ly-go-B'yaunb,
r glah.

parte,

houme,
uoume,

ize,

LEON.
pl'ye-t'ce,

owe,

dhate, gr-

manne,

Je
r^ft^ohia a V ^
oerenechis
l'empire que vous
avez sur moi.

A'ye,
ri-flecte
*^
"^
'

Quels soHt ces animaux?

you.
bave, -ve-re, mi.
Ouate, kgne-de, owe, ane-ni-

,1

ce

sont des ours, des


lions, des
t'gres et des
lphants.'

te,

"f*^"^

manne-de,

np Ahi
ane,
dhi,
oui-t'che,'

com

bire-ze, l'ye-eune-ze,
t'yeg'eurze, anne-de, eJ-cf-cune-

l'CiJ.

il

56
French pronunciation.
dub,
Av-vay, Iflhw, bonh-tay,

Englifh,

Have the goodnesB

to return

reh-mettr, sub, cah-yay,


pro-fess-ehrr, du, col-laje.

of
copy to the professor

this

o,

the college.

voo, vottr, duhbalmwah-zell, du, ho, du,


conh? wee.
dub, rebVuh, fait, pwanh,

VwaU-yay,

froui
see your daughter
yes.
the balcony?

Do you

to your
child.
husband, nor to your

Make no reproaches

ahw, vottr, mar-ee,


ahw, vottr, aunh-faunb.

prosb,
Lee,

40Tn LESSjN.
suh-crayDcct, ?;ahw, monh,
rooah, boo,
tare, day-creer, o,

to
secretary to write
Qneen.
the
or
King

my

Tell
the

ahw, lahw, raine.


dub, talt,
Fait, z'anh, seeng-ye,

Mak-anodoftheheadtotlmt

cav-al-ya>.
ahw, sub, zjenn,

young gentlema.
mild look she has
never seen her so.

What a

Kell,air,doo,z'ell,ahwl zjub,
or ah, vu,
nub, I'ay, zjam-ay,

aiih-see.

Ziay,

music
have spoken to the
a few
nephew
your
of
master
days ago.

maitr,

dub,

vottr,

mi-zeek,
vuh, ill,

ee,

ah^

,
,
dub,
neh-

keNkuh,

zjoor.

poavr, om,
Ziub, swee, z'anh,
may,
vrab,
or
vray,
ay,
ill
kehri,
or mah, zjay, lub,
nobbl.
tay-yare,
Kaunb,t'ahw, lahw,
sho-d'yare,
lahw,
ahw,
ay,
lay,
4b, voo, pree, dub,

true,

a poor man it is
a noble
master, but I have

am

par-lay, o,

heart.

the tea-pot and


In regard to
you to send
the kettle I beg
bythe first opportunity.

them

Aunh-vwah-yay,

par, lahw

pro-sheun, oc-caz-yonb.

41ST

age ha, s.e


twenty-two years.

W.t

LESSON.

about

*;;*; r^t^^! /a"uS'.

W,enoeao,t.houcoe, fro
1

hunting foxes.

.'

'

la-w.
Ooo,^v,a... .;.-^a.,.

':|

and,
Mada, be d)see,,

n,y

niece, be wise.

1
"1

Whence had you


from Mexico.

tToo^m^^V""'.gazie.

this

cane

voo, v'yanb,
Doo, v^oo,_;y.

sett,

can?,

57
ation.

Ayez

,
a bn^7*mot.re ce
.h.er profes..v,r d col-

dub,
ah-yay, o,

>tfty,

col-laje.

Have^lTldVntcf to
ri-tiur

A S,

abi, prof-es-se-re,

oopp,

{u,'

owe,

dhi,

ottr, duUo, d\i, bal-

dub,

rcb-

niar-ee,

tr,

Minb-faunb.

tou, youre, t'ch'ye-1'de.

40MD LEON.
suh-crayrooah, boo,

1,
,

Dites a

au

mon

roi

secrtaire d'crire

ou

9.

dub, tait,
cav-al-yay.

^e,

i,abwl zjub,
ly, or ab, vu,

maitr,
vottr,

Quel

air

doux

jamais vu

elle

a?

je ne l'ai

ainsi.

lub,

kehrr,

,bw, tay-yare,
sbo-d'yare,
j7,
ee, dub, lay,

aunb-

bt-dub, z'auub.
II?

dub, labw,

narr.

-yay, dees-crct,
w, n'yess, swab-

mb,

Mque,

ndi',

owe,

dhi,

hedde, tou, dhate, yongn'e,


d'jennc-teul-mane.
Ouate, , m'ye-1'de, lou'que,
chi,

lia?,ze!

'ye, nev-ve-re.

owe,

Je suis un pauvre homme,


est vrai,

monsieur

sett,

can?

mais

un cur noble.

joyer P.V

,.

p.etae

ay, par, labw,


ca7,-yonb.

V, t'ell?

dub,
neh-

poavv, om,
vrab, may,

>r

tte ce

jeune cavalier.

keMtub,

Uw
il,

un signe de

Faites

m'ye,
sec-re-t-r,
-"
" .-, tou,

raye-te, tou, dhi, kgn'e, or,


dhi, coning.

Tel,
-

la reine.

il

j'ai

occ

youre, ni-fiou, , fiou!


aze, -go.
A'ye, amme, , pour,

manne,

ite,

ize,

trou, masse-te-re
;
botte, a'ye, have, , n-be-le,

^.^

X't!;- Se'l;

dherame, b'ye, dhi, feurste


op-por-tiou-ni-t.

Quel ge a-t-elle
vingt-deux ans.
D'o viens-tu?
aux renards.

Madame,
vous,

soyez

ma

41ME

LEON.

environ

Ouate,

-d'je,

-b'oute,

hazze,
chi?
touenne-t, tou
'

re-ze.

de la cliasse

Ouenne-ce, doste, dh'ou, comme? fromme, honne-tign'e


tox-ce-ze,

discrte,

et
nice, soyez sage.

D'o vous vient


cette canne?
du Mexique.

Mad-de-me,
anne-de,

bi,

dice-crte,

m'vp.

ui.

ou'ye-ze.

Ouenne-ce, hadde, you, dhice,


line ?

fromme, Mex-i-co.

58
Uiench pronunciation.

EngMi.

m,ar-maunht. peh-teet,

laughs; she
as an angel.
,

aonotwish

for

too-zjoor.

^'e'u.^^ee
eu,

as beautiful

is

feel-ye,

'

ChaminglittlogirMhcalwa^^^^^

^^^^ ^^^^

b,rdasg.y

.auiizje.

^i^lvrSo.'sei.C'''

as the owl.

ay,

ell,

l',

^^^i^ jyi,^ Uee-boo.

42nd lesson.
Is he

still

augments

his trade.

you discourse?
with a merchant tailor.
did

must

^^!.kw,o\^yh?W^
t l, a^n^K
y^y^^^.^ ^^^

ay-tay, or tah, trah,


z'anh-k'yett.
rch-su, sett,
Doo, av-ay, voo,
d'une, ay-mahbl,
boorse?

g^

received that

^^^

V%'

amiable miss.
purse? from an
,s we
--.I
studious
Btuu.w"" Henry
as he.
try to be as wise

now
ee '.ow
S-

av-e^-k, anh,

,ar-shaunh, ti-yehrr.

-"-"
uneasy.
very ""Aasv.

Whence have you

kee, voo, z'aunh-treh-

^Y/^^.^;^^^

not
Was your master uneasy? was
Madam's.
but
much,
.

aC"tect
'^^g.^^^^^.^ee, tooftiinli-cor

^^^^ com-mairce.

'

Av ppk

Withwhom

'

A
'Ml
lU,^
Ay^^
t

active? yes, ho daily

'

duh-mwah-zell.
com,ill,
Vwoii-vftv
ix""""
Vwab
ivau-yj, Haunh-ree,
: <v. Vowtaw,^^^
111, fo,
ay, stu-d'yuh,
.

.^

Bhy,

os-see,

d'aitr,

sazje,

kuh, luee.

bad a sub
do not wish for so

pahw, d anh,
Ziuh, neh, vuh,
mo-vay, or vah, sun'os-see,

zjay, or zjah.

ject.

43UD LESSON.
occupied?
At what where you
singmg.
and
reading
in
daughter ?
Do you know her
ho
yes,

she

Causes

is

a coquet

much sorrow

to

lier

dance
do^'you think of a
admirable.
is
it
like this?

What

The
it

work is
collection of this
entirenot
no,
completed?

lyi:

ii

Ahw, kwah,

voo,

z'ait,

z'oc-cu-pay? ahw,
ahw, shaunh-tay.

voo,

leer, ay,

feelCon-ness-ay, voo, sahw,


co-ket%
ye? wee, say, t'une,
duh, shagkee, coze, bo-coo,
mare.
sahw,
ahw,
ranh,
voo, dune,
Kuh, paunh-say,
ell,
daunhse, com, sell-see?

ay, t'ad-mee-rahbl.

Lahw,

coi-iec- ^ "'"/', V'";U'

oov-razje, ay, t'ell,


plett? nonh, pahw,

t'yare-maunh.

oonh-

zaunh-

59
m.
French.

Feel-ye,

Charmante

petite fille, elle rit


toujours; elle est belle comme

ay,

ll,
r-je.

un ange.

d'anb,

Je ne veux pas d'un oiseau

or lah,

si

laid que le hibou.

Est-il

encore actif? oui, il


agrandit toujours son commerce.
Avec qui voua cntreteniez-

irce.

nh-trehok, anh,

vous?

r.

Votre matre tait-il inquiet?


pas trop, mais Madame S.

Mad-am,
ib,

avec un marchand

tailleur.

tab,

or

h? pahw,

tait trs inquite.

trab,

-su, sett,

D'o avez-voua reu cette


bourse? d'une aimable de-

ly-mabbl,

moiselle.
,

com, ill,
taw-

Voyez Henri, comme

fo,

ee,

iw, d'anb,
)r

Tf

vais sujet.

ay,

d'une,

ll-see?

stile, ac-tive ?
yesse,
d-l,
aug-mennc-t'ce,
hizze, trde.

Oui-the, houme, didde, you,


dice-cre-ce ?
oui-the,
,
meur-t'chene-te, t-le-re.
Ouze,
youre,
masse-te-re,
onne--z? note, motte-che,
botte, Ma-de-me S. . . onftze
ve-r, onne--z.

Ouenne-ce, bave, you, ri-svede, dhate, peur-ce ? fromme,


anne,
ame-m'ye--be-le,
Si, h'ou, stiou-d'ye-ce,

r,

ize,

oui,

moste,

Hennetr'ye,

tou, bi, azze, ou'ye-ze, azze,

ell,

)1.

quoi vous tes-vous occup


lire et chanter.

Connaissez-vous sa fille ? oui,


c'est une coquette qui cause
beaucoup de chagrin sa
mre.
Que pensez-vous d'une danse

comme

celle-ci ? elle est ad-

mirable.

A,^'h BAft.
"-> ''; --7

A'ye, dou, note,


Eo,

43MB

sabw, feelne, cQ-ket


dub, sbagmare.
iroo,

hi,

hi,

hi.

voo,

leer,

est stu-

Je ne veux pas d'un aussi mau-

vab, su-

z'ait,

Ize,

misse.
il

dieux; il faut tcher d'tre


aussi sage que lui.

sazje,

chi, ize, azze, blou-ti-fou-le,


azze, anne, ne-d'je-Ie.
A'ye, dou, note, oui-che, for,
, beur-de, so, og-l, azze,
dhi, -oue'le.

LEON.

42i:MB

ac-teef?
[ce, too-

Prononciation anglaise.
T'char-mign'e, lit-te-le, g'eurle, chi, le-ouze, laffe-ce,

badde,

oui-che, for,

, sobbe-d'jec-te.

LEON.
Atte, ouate, ouaire, you, ockiou-p'ye-de? ine, r-dign'e,
anne-de, signe-ign'e.
Dou, you, no, he're, d-te-re ?
yesse, chi, ize, , co-ke-te,
hou, c-ze-ze, motte-che, scro, tou, he're,

m-dhe-re.
dou, you, thine-que,
owe, , danne-ce, la'ye-que,
dhice ? ite, ize, ad-m'ye-r-

Ouate,

.1.

t'ell,

oonb-

thw, v/aunb'

La

collection de cet ouvrage

est-elle

complte? non, pas

entirement.

Dhi, col-lec-che-ne, owe, dhice,


ouor-que, ize, ite, comme-plite-de? no, note, enne-tye're-l.

U\

60

French pionunciation.

Englith,

your favorite,
That woman
but her nephew ia far from
is

He hue sung a song and has


the

ay, vottr, fav-oor mah, sonh, nehvuh, ay, Iwanh, d'aitr, vottr,
fav-o-rcc.
ahw, shaunh-tay, une,
Ill,
shaunh-sonh, ay, ahw, ay-

Sett,

being your favorite.

diverted all

people of

famm,

reet,

may

frny-yay,

the society.

too,

monhu,

luh,

auh, lahw, so-see-ay-tay.

44TU LESSON.
a
say in French a belfry,
people.
knife, a cape and the

Now

god-daughter

Your

ready

and

m^

she
is
god-son

clush-ay, anh, coo-toe, anh,


cap, ay, anh, peppl.
prett
Vottr, fee-yehl, ay, t ell,
wee, ay, monh, fee-yuh, 1 ay,
t'os-sec.

also.

is

See

? yes,

Manh-ten-auah, df t, ji'aunh,
Fraunh-say, or sah, anh,

my

son so fashionable and

Vwah-yay,mouh,
yay-'ray,

so impertinent.

two
These two twins and these
twins enjoy perfect health.

The son-in-law and the daughter-in-law of Master P...


possess this fine manor.

The duchess of Orleans possesses an immense fortune.

ay,

fee,

see,

8ec,mauanh-pare-

tee-naunh.
duh,
Say, duh, zju-mo, ay, say,
zjoo-eece,

zju-mell,

dune,

par-fett, saunh-tay.
bell,
Luh, zjaunhdr, ay, lahw,
P...
feel-ye, duh, Mos-yub,
pos-sedd, suh, bo, man-war.

du-shess, d'Or-lay-aunh,
pos-sedd, une, for-tunc, ira-

Lahw,

maunhse.

45th LESSON.

Come at.bome and you will be


welcome.
She is the handsomest dancer
that I ever met.
It is true

wife

is

wicked, but his


more wicked than he.
he

is

voo,
Ven-ay, shay, mwah, ay,
ser-ay, luh, b'yanh-ven-u.
daunhSay, lahw, plu, bell,
suhze, kuh, zjay, raunh-conhtray-

ay, maySay, vray, or vrah, ill,


shaunh, may, or mah, sahw,

famm,

ay,

plu,may-shaunht,

kuh, luee.
Is

but
she smart? yes enough,
he

iP

is

very active.

veev?
may, or mah,

Ay-t'ell,

z'ftc-teef.

wee, ass-ay,
luce, ny, trah,

61
English.

fav-o-

neh-

I,

votti-,

Cette fcmmo t votre favorite


maia son ueveu est loin d'tre

French pronunnution.
Dbato, ou-me-ne, izo, yourc,
f-vc-re-te,

votre fuvori.
une,

ay-

V,

aonlul,

fioii,

n a chnnt une dianson of a


'gay tout le monde de la

botte,

tare,

lic're,

ni-

frorame,

b-

ign'c, youre, f-ve-re-te.


Ili,

hazze, sogn'e, , songne,

nnnc-de, liazze, di-veur-te-de,

."ocit.

ay.

izc,

le, dhi,

owe,

pi-pe-lc,

dlii.

.so-g*vo-(''-t.

44tME
//auub,
anb,
,

e,

auh,

prett?
Vay,

ill,

Malmenant dites tu franais un


cloch, un couteau, un cap
et un peuple.
Votre lleulo
oui, et

;c,inauih-pare-

mon

est-elle

prte

filleul l'est aussi.

fils si

manir

et si

et ces deux-

jumelles jouissent d'une parlb,

P...

faite sant.

gendre et la belle-tille de
Monsieur P.. possdent ce
beau manoir.

fiC

lan-war.

ay-aunb,
une, im-

Voure, gde-d-te-re, izc, chi,


r-d ?
yesse,
anne-dc,
m'ye, gde-sonne, ize, leSi,

m'ye, sonne, so, fa-cbe-nime-pour-

be-le, anne-de, so,

Ces deux jumeaux

iw, bell,

N'o, se, ine, frcnne-che,


,
bel-fr, , n'ye-fe,
, kpe,
anne-de, dhi, pi-pe-le.

80,

Voyez mon

impertinent.
ay, dub,
d'une,

LEroX.

lia

duchesse d'Orlans possde


une fortune immense.

ti-neune-te.
Dhize, ton, touinc-ze, anne-de,
dliiz(>, tou, touine-ze,
enned'j'ye, peur-fec-ti hel-tbe.
Dln, sonne, ine, l, anne-de,
,

dbi,

d-te-re, ine,

l,

owe,

masse- te-re, P..., po-sesse,


dhice, fye-ne, man-ne-re.
Dhi, diou-t'che-ce, owe,
Orlne-ze, po-sesse-ce-zo, anne,

im-me-mennc-ce, for-tieune.

45KME
ay, voo,
ven-u.

daunb-

l,

inh-conb-

Venez chez moi

et vous serez

bien venu.
C'est la plus belle danseuse
aie rencontre.
le

r-shaunht,

e,

ass-ay,

ay, trah,

C'est vrai

sa

Comme,

atte,

you, uile,
(lue

.1

may, ay,
ab, sahw,

LEOX.
home, anne-de,
ouelle-comme.

bi,

Chi, ize, dhi, hanne-se-me-ste.


danne-ce-re, dhate, 'ye, cvve-re, mette.

il

femme

est

mchant, mais

est bir n plus

chante que

m-

lui,

Est-elle vive ?
oui assez, mais
lui e.5t trs actif.

Ite, ize, trou, hi, ize,

botte,
tnruo

Ize, chi,

hize,

oui-ke-de,

ou'ye-fe,

ize,

Ji

sm^rte? yesse, e-noffe.


botte, hl, ize. ve-r. active.

62
Prench i>ronuncutlion.
Voo,^. alt,^.^^^
^^^^ ^^^^_p^
ar-ayyi.-u a^ec, fat-ee-gay,

your sister
You are a rogue aud
a cheat.
,
^
let us stop, an
I

am

Zj^;;;^^^;^

fatigued,

^.^^

instant.

nanh-

,-anh,

taunh.

46TH

LESSON.

thU
tor . lUU. of
DO
you wish
pleamuch
with
w'ine 1 ye.,

^-^^^^'''X^'^^i'X'
Bub, van^
^^^^^

^.^

sure.

to day.

Ill,

donot'putonyour

coat.

you

Howdo
it is

o-

I'yevvr,

Com-maunh,

*
. o
watch?

find tins

ell,

Vor^'a^'anh,

and conduct

ay,

voo

dune

a'anh-pru-

feel-ye,
vottr
anh-pru-dauiiht.
t'une,
ay,

are

friend be wise
yourself well.

Jroo-vay,

8ett,monhtr?

of a rare oeauty.

My

pahw,
nage, nuh, met-ay,

vottr, ab-ee, nehtt.

an imprudent, and
an impruyour daugter is

You

0,

'/ahw,

zjoor-duee.

Itsnows,

new

pahw,

Voo, nee-ray,
lahw, shass,

hunt hares
You shall not go to

daunh,

ay,

Monh,n'am-ee,8wah,aahzje,ay,
b'yanh.
conh-duee, twah,

47th lesson.
so

Lucy do not torment

much

prudent.
your cat, be
sense

He has good

but his

than
cousin has more

he.

the
is as old as
ancient.

The cemetery
church

is

new hat to
Can I put on
? yes, i
carnage
go in the

my

permit you.
,r-.

3^Uip,r

sur lax-^B
flon

Take

ifl

a cheat and

8wah-yay, pr-ji'^""^^- h
saunh,
du, bonh,

III

ahw,

"Uyormah,sahw,coo.zeen
kub lne.
aunh, n'ahw, plu,
ay, tossee-meh-t'yare,
Luh,
aunh-8'yanh kuh, layBee,

gleeze, ay, t'aunh-s

yenn

shap-o,
Pweezje, mettr, monh,
aunh,
poor, al-lare,
nehff,

vwah-ture? wee, zjuh,


mah.
luh, pare-may or

voo,

tronh.
anh,

feel-ye, av. t'une,


my Mahw,
"*"'_- _:; *in^h feece.

an imposter.
this

toor-maunh-tay,
Lu-see, nuh,
vottr shahw,
taunh,
pahw,

melon

it is

n'anh-pos-tehrr.

very good,

Pren-ay, sub, mel-onh,


for, bonh.

ill,

ay,

63
C((((tO/l.

cc-ponli, ay,

Vniia Aa l^'^e'!'-

freo-punn.
.gay, ar-ay.

JefZ

Prononciation anglaise.

nann-

mh,

lr ^''J^""*"'^'^'''"-^^"'^
'

un ^^^^nsanf

;,

Souhaitez-vous un peu de ce
Vin ? Oui avec beaucoup de

zeer.

plaisir.

z'ahw,

>abw,

o-

I'yevvr,

,,

Vous

Il

chff.

oo-vay,
ell, ay,

voo,

irottr,

Vous

feel-ye,

tes un imprudent et vo-

tre tille est

-pru-daunht.
vah, aahzje, ay,
rub,

neige, no mettez pas votre


habit jeuf.

trouvez-vous cette
montre? elle est d'une rare
beaut.

dune

Dou, you, oui-che,


te-le,

owe,

for, ,

lit-

dhice, ou'yeoui-the, motte-

ne? yesse,
che, pl-je-re,
You, Challr
;..(

,,

go,

tou,

mi

snze, d i,
poute,
ne, youre, c'o" '.jte.
Il'ou,
dou, ,ou, ftgne-de,
dhice,
ou-t'che? ite,
i/(
Ite,

owe, rre, biou-t.


^
'ou. ar. anne. imp-nrn

une imprudente.

Mon ami

sois sag-e et conduis


toi bien.

b'yanb.

t'chte

fa-trgie-de, lette
0886,
Stoppe,
anne,
ine8teune-te.

honne-te hre-zw, tou-d.

Comment

Q'anb-iini-

,h,

la chasse aux

livres aujourd'hui.

pahw,

net-ay,

n'irez pas

amme,

LEON.

46iME
pub, deb,
ftV-ecVc, bo-

,nh,

youre, sice-te-re,
A'ye,

ize, anne, ime-prou-deui


Ma'ye, frennc-de, bi, ou'ye-ze,
anne-de, conne-doc-te, you-

re-sel-fe, ouelle.

47iME
oor-maunh-tay,
voltr, sbabw,

Lucie ne tourmentez pas tant


votre chat, soyez prudente.

>,

u-daunbt.

bonh, saunb,
Bahw, coo-zeen,
plu, kub, luee.

a du bon sens

Il

mais sa cou-

sine en a plus que lui.

yanh,

ay,

t'os-

kub, lay-

Le cimetire
que

,'aunh-8'yenn.
r,

monb, sbap-o,
al-lare,

'

aunb,

wee, zjub, voo,

lay or

mab.

av. t'une, tronbo^h= feece, anb,

more, dhnnne,
est aussi ancien

l'glise est

ancienne.

*"*"*

est

*'*^

une trompeuse
^u iinpoolui*.

et

brr.
I,

mel-onb,

ill,

ay.

Prenez ce melon,
bon.

hazze,

hi.

ize, azze,

azze, dhi,

let'cheur-t'che,

ize,

mon chapeau
neuf pour aller en voiture?
Oui je vous le permets.
fille

Dhi, si-me-tr,
de,

Puis-je mettre

Ma

Lou-c, dou, note, tor-meunete,


80,
motte-che, youre,
catte, bi, prou-deune-te.
Hi, hazze, goude, senne-ce,
botte, hize coz-eune,

t'yare,

LEON.

Il

est

fort

anne-chene-te.
'ye, poute, ne, m'ye,
niou, batte, tou, go, ine, dhi,

Canne,

car-r-d'je ? yesse, 'ye, peurmite, you.


M'ye, d-te-re, ize, , t'chlte,

anne-de, m'ye, sonne, anne,


ime-posse-te-re.
Tque, dhice, mel-le-ne, ize,
ve-r, goude.

G4
.181U

LESSON.
Freiich pronunciation.

Engltsn.

Vfto-lav voo, sett,

believe

it l8

00 you know
tutrix of
1

> es.

very good?

?
tliese orpliftns

^^,^^_^^^_^^^ ^
-7;.,!,

to go ^0
such a sim
the theatre with
pleton.

tay'avrtr,

'

r^^f ,,

^^^^

which my

he
at

all.

^^^^^^

av

^^^_^^

seh,
Voo-lay, voo, z'ac-cep-tay,
kuh,^mahw, famm, voo,
av-eck,
x;auiih-vwah? wee,

pleasure.
no, not
polite at present?

^onj.

Lrlav or ah, honh-tuh,

^^.JuMf

Will you accept that


yes, with
wife sends you?

4
and

son let us go,


that at six
let us recollect
wo ought to be re-

Come my

lub,_^tu.^^

voo,

Con-ness-ay
n
hrr,

No.

would be ashamed

Is

zjun,

bn?

or the

tl.e tutor,

pom,

'''^^^ZU/iU
^^^

poyouwi8hforthi8ap.^l

o'clock
turned.

nlay-zeer.
po-lec,
fill,

manh-t^n-

Ay,

aunh?nonh,pwanh,du,too.

par-tonh,
Al-lonh, monh, fee,
noo,k'ahw,
ay, soo-veh-nonh,
noo, deh-vonh,
see, z'ehrr,
reh-toor.
dub,
z>itr,

49th lesson.
tarry
allow yourself .o
when your are to suner.

Nb

voo,

fai^_

^^S^,'^''

DO t

my nephew?

tick are
sticK

v.
this

This cane and


crooked.
How do you find

,,

niece and
they are very
.

my

genteel.
II

assort.
U5
18 well asson
This new co'iple
ed.

^7.iS
My

iho

oTM^rB.../yer

lUtle broker

siUy ml

can, ay, sub,


Sett,
o

bahw-tonh,

^j^^^ ^^^^^

nom-maunh,
Comma

voo.

troo-vay,

mahw,^^^

^^^^^
y.^^

^^^^^

^^^^^

,,
ziaunh-tee.
,
ay, b'yanb.
Suh, noo-vo, coopl,
^
^/as-sor-tec.
,
Ait.voo,^'ad-mee-rat-ehrr,dej,

*-.

'*-

^:f^.
Mo.b

pet_.e, ftare,_y,

'

tW.,

65
48KMK LEON.
French.

Voulez-vous cette pomme


crois trs-bonne ?
oui.

for,

?P-pe-le

^*"^ <i'a"er au
avec ce nigaud.

'^^lf!^?''
iQdtre

Voulez-vous accepter
ce
ma femme vous envoie ? que
oui
avec plaisir.

'ye,

dhice

bi-lVe,

S'

ize,ve-r,goude?ye8.
o"r'
or,

T'
dhi,

'

^^'' tiou-te-re,
tiou-trize,

""?'

dhize, or-feune-ze
?

Aye, houde,

bi,

owe

No

-chme-de

tou, go, tou,


dhi, thi--te-re

pe"iit:nr-^'

''

i-

senne.d'ze,yo/7yesse,^out'
Est-il

poli

maintenant?

point du tout.

non

Allons mon fils partons


et souvenons-nous qu' six
heures
nous devons tre de
retour

ine, pl-je-re.
Ize, hi,
p-l'ye-te, atte,

pre7-

zeune.te?no,note,attefle

Comme,

m'ye,

sonne, l'eUe
osse, go, anne-de,
lette, osse'

n-col-lec-te,

'

dhate,

aUe'

sue, o-claque, oui,


te, tou!
'
01, n-teurne-de.
4)i;MB

Ne vous
pour

faites

pa^

attendre

souffrir.

LEON.
Don, note
te,

'' '' '''*

-^

trouvez-vous

ma

'''^"o'chS"

Comment
nice et

tou,

al-l'ou.
_., you,,.g^j_
tar-r, ouenne,

ar, tou, sof.fe-re.

'

you.'

Dlnce,

kne, anne-de,
dhice
stiquc, ar, crou-ke-d.
Ha ou,dou,you, fgne-de,
m'ye
mce, anne-de, m'ye,
ni-fion?
dh. ar. ve-r,

'

mon neveu?

ils

tres-gentils.

sont

d'jenne-trie.

Ce nouveau couple
assorti,

Mad-am,

S... ?

ay, t'anh
pet-eet, sehrr,

frare,
r,

Prononciation anglaise
Dou, you, oui-che,

Connaissez-vous le tuteur
ou
la tutrice de ces
orphelins ?
non.

ee-rat-ehrrjdey,
1,

la

ie

est

bien

Etes-yous admirateur
des talents de Madame
S... ? oui
frre est
^^Z.^%
ma petite sur uneun

sot et

sotte.

"'"'

cop-pe-le,

^mfii
ouelle, as-sor-te-de.

ize,

At, you, anno,


ad-m'ye-re-rc
?77J'<lW,tal.eune-t'Je,ovve;
i.a.de-me,S...?ye8se.

^2/;'t-t-l br-dhe-re,
ize,
sil-l, anne-de,
m'ye, sice'
te-re, izo,
, sime-peul-te-ue.

'

66
50TH

LBSBON.

Eiiglisli.

is

do not underit that you


refuse always
to
that
stand
person who
mortifies the
yes, I

oflfers ?

know

French pronuncUtlion.
conh-prenAre-kuh. TOO, nnh,
^*^^/\^i^^ 'kuh,' ruh-fu-wy,
pare^J^r, 'blesB, lahw,
JJ^.
to^^J^^^;
^ff,? wee, zjuh,

it.

^^^^'

^^y ^^ g^h.
voo,

that tower
How do you find too
low.
little
a
it
1 find

wife

Is

subtle

is

(jom-maunh, troo-vay,
8Ttt;toor?zjuh,lahw,troo.

see

college that I
yes.
there below?

Is it the

He has a

I
genUs and

\,im
his

very amiable.

bass.
ve, anh, puh,
keh, zjuh,
Ace,' luh,' col-lege,

vwah,lahw,baw? wee.

ay!
^\^J'^^^^^

in

ay,

'-

bonh? As-say, may,


ay, maycr mah, sahw, schrr,

Av-t'ill,

sister

state to write

longer? no not at

fach,

trah, .'ay-

mahbl.

but his
he good? enough,
than he.
is better

Are you

les-pree,

ahw.

TU

kuh, luee.

yfehrr,

n'ay-tahw,
voo, z'aunh,
day-creer, plu, lonh-taunb
nonh, du, too.

Ait

all.

61th lesson.
vour grand father jefjo".^^
mother 18
Jo but my grand

Is

jealous.
I

your father al;^y8.f*^'' ^'u


much
is
but my mother

graunh-pare, ay, tUl,.


or
ziah-loo? nonh, may,
mahw, graunh-mare,

Vottr,

mah,

av, zjah-looze.
too-^yo^r,
Vottr, pare, ay, fill,
mah,
grabw ? wee, may, or
mare, ay, bo-coo, plu,

mahw,

fatter.

will
do not speak, I
word
address you a

qoeak

XTi

Iseagreatpoet?welookon
him

You

nub. par-lay, pahw,

z'ad-reB-ser.
uh, neh, Voo,
par-ol.
av. plu, lahw,
Aci;'a^h'graunh,po.ett onh,

te.
luh, reh-gard, com,

as such.

your neighare as brief as

bour
T

PM-Sy,
"

is brief.

vou that in
there are fools and

ftaure

- .,
.
i .family

kxiqis.

Voo,

z'ait,

a'oB-see, breff;

kuh,

ay, brevv.
vottr, vwah-zeen,
kun,
a'as-sewr,
voo,

Zjuh,
*AJn\* aahw. fam-ee-ye, iii,
z'ay, day,
, ahW, day, foo,
foi.

0, z'ad-re8-8or-

67

LEOX.

.50M
Frencfi.

Est-ce que vous ne


comprenez
pas que refuser toujours
blesse la personne
qui offre
OUI je le sais.

Prononciation angiaise
dbatc, you, dou, note,
onne-deur-6tanne-de, dhate

Izc, ite,

"^

tou,

Comment

trouvez-vous cette
tour? Je la trouve un
peu

ri-fiou-ze,

le-ou-ze

mor-ti-f'ye-ze, dhi,
peur-se'
ne, hou, of-feur-ze?
yesse,'
lye, no, ito.

"^'?"'

you, fgno-de,
<lo".
dilate, t-oue're?
'ye, fgnc-

basse.
Krtt-ce

le collge que
je vois
la-bas? oui.

il

l'esprit fin et sa

femme

est

trs-aimable.

Est-il

sur

bon?

Assez,

est meilleure

l'-e,

ite,

ye,

dhi, col-l-d'je, dhate,


81,
dherre.
bi-lo ?

yesse.
Hi, hazze, ,
sobbe-filc, d'jinieu-ce,
anne-de,
hize
oua'ye-fe, ize, ve-r,
ame'i

m'yS--be-Ie

mais sa
que lui.

tes-vous en tat d'crire


plus
long-temps ? non du tout.

Ize

bi, goude ?
-noffe, botte,
hize, sice-te-re, ize,
bot-te-re

d'hanne,

'

hi.

r'ye-te,

lne-gue're ?

no

note, atte, aie.

'

lMB LEON.
Votre grand-pre est-il
jaloux?
non, mais ma
grand'mre
est jalouse.

Ize,

youre, granne-de,
f-dlie-

re,d'jel-le-ce? no, botte,


n>a'
ye, granne-de,

m-dhe-re,

Votre pre est-il toujours


gras?
OUI, mais ma mre
est beau-

coup plus grasse.

J'arluz,

ne parlez pas je ne
vous
adresserai plus la parole.

Est-ce un

regarde

Vous tes

gmnd

pote

comme

on

le

tel.

aussi bref que votre

voisine est brve.

"^^^^Vf

fni

^^^"""^

^'^

^1

d'jel-le-ce.
Ize, you-re, f-dhe-re,

"^^^ ^"'

sa
t des

i/e.'
"

le-ou-

ze, fatte ? yesse,


botte, ma'
je, m-dhe-re, ize,
mottecne, tat-te-re.

Spque, dou, notic,


spque,
ye,

ouile,

you,

, ouor-de,

Ize, hi,

You,

Aye,

note,

'

ad-resse,

more.

, grte,

lou-que,
8otte-che.
re,

ans

'

po-ete? oui.
ne, him^'
azzc
'

ar, azze, brfe,


azze,

'

you-

n-be-re, ize, brlfe.


a-choure, you, dhato,

me,

hize,

fa-me-M. dh'e --

ouie-ze, anne-de,
i-dieu-t'ce'

68

French pronuncial ion

English.

The linen of that

woman

my

not dryer than

shirt

is
is

his

daughter

her features

is

very ugly,

more ugly,
are more irreis

gular.

he English?

Is

him

dress notes

believe his
so.

Do you like card playing?


to folly.
Take this chain, no,

yes,

if is too

'

big.
I

Luh, lanhje, duh, sett, famm,


n'ay, pahw, plu, seek, kuh,

mahw,

,jfy,

They say that he

lesson.

52th

prefer exercise to solitude,

Onh, dee, k'ill, ay, trah, lay,


or lah, sahw, feel-ye, ay, plu,
layd, sey, trah, sonh, plu,
z'ee-ray-gule-yay.
Ace, anh, n'aunh-glay, or glah ?
zjuh, luh, croo-ah, sonh, u'abdayluh,
eel-yem-aunh,
zeeng-y, anh-see.
Ay-may, voo, leh, zjuh, duh,

cart ? wee, ahw, lahw, fo-lee.


sett, shain, nonh, ell,

Prcn-ay,

ay, tro, growse.


Zjuh, pray-fare, lex-air-seece,

ahw,

I also.

mwah,
SbBD

shera-eeze, ay, sesh.

lahw,

so-lee-tude,

os-3e.

LESSON.

this history?
not new.

Av-ay, voo, lu, sett, his twar ?


wee, may, or mah, z'ell, n'ay,

See that young girl how delicate she has the body.

pahw, noo-vell.
Vwah-yay, sett, zjenn, feel-yc,
com, eil, ahw, luh, cor, day-

Have you read


yes,

but

it is

lee-cahw.
ay-tay, or tab,
luh, dis-coor, du, pray-zeedaunh? bo-coo, plu, lonh,

the discourse of the


president? much longer than
the address of the secretary.

Com-maunh,

an eld romance with


which we amuse ourselves
very well.

Sey, t'anh, v'yuh, ro-maunh,


av-eck, luh-kell, noo, noo,
z'am-u-zonh, trah, b'yanh.

Your father-in-law has broken


n arm and fractured a leg.

Vottr, bo-pare, soy, cas-say,


anh, brahw, ay, frao-tu-ray,
une, zjaunhb.

How was
HI

kuh, lad-ress, du, seh-craytare.

It

is

little lady
^_i.s^^ cHi Vf^s
i!.^ SlI^ ZIVS:^

Behold that
^--^-^

IaC

skin.

^-. ji
SI***

how
ii^'^
V*.-

sett, pet-eet, dam,


com. elh ahw. lahw. po. feen,

Reh-gar-day,

ay, blaunhsh.

G9.

521me

leon.

French.
'^^ *^'"' ^^^"^e
n'est
nl??
in^s^plu^sec
que a

Dl

chemise

i,

h-ne-n., ovve,
dhate, o.
ize, note,
dr-ye-re

wo-ne,

dhanne,n^>,cheur.tJ,i";

On

dit qu'il est


trs laid, sa
fille est plus
lai-e SCS trm-Js

Dh

Est-ce un Anglais
? J3 le cros
3on^.habillement 1^

se,

ah,te

hi, i,e. ve-r,


d-te-re,
ize
'^ore,og-l,he're,fi.tieire.Vc'

og-I,

sunt plus irrguHcrs.

^^^,

ni,

dsigne

hize,

Ine-gli-che

'ye

J;-,^h.e, dresse,

OUI,

a la folie.
''^'^'^^'

est
esTtron"'
trop grosse.

moi

^;"l'f"',>e.que,

cr-de,

i-TtotbU:'''^^'

"' ^^^'

"^'

Je prfre l'exercice
la
tude,

b.

nJ^^-e^

soli-

A>e,

aussi.

pri-fe-re,

ton,

ex-eur-s'ye-ze

s-li-tiou-de,

a-yefaL:

SSiMK LEON.
Avez-vous lu cette
histoire?
Wv

pray-7.ee-

Comment

tait ,e

di,co

prsident? beauc, "


lone one l'adresse
l'n,Ir. jT.
Jongque

f,lus
'"",'

,?"'

"'"'

"""^^ '^"'

"'

"'"'''

dice-cre-ce

""l^^-"""-.
""vc,
-, dlii,
., prei-zi^eune-te
i-rez-zi-aeune-tp 7
7

ZseS

r'^^hr\^^^---Ahin!
C'est un vieux

setr'ttr'"''''

roman avec
queUous nous amusons letrs

ce,

oui-the,

^^^'

*^''''

oui-t'che,

oui

a-miou-ze,

Votre beau.pere

s'est

Iras et fractur
une

Regardez cette

cass un

jambe

cetifA

Ho,.

,.

-oue're-se
-v'ze
'^''^ze,
ve-r, ouelle.

ioure,

f-dhe-re,

ine.

i^

hzze,bro-ke-neanLe arme'

anne-de,
leg-gue,

frac-t'youre-der'
"^
'
'

litfrl

''}f^tt''

^''^te,

lit-te-le,

le.

^-<i
ourve
ouye-te,
t."' "^'^''T'
ch,,
hazze,
dhi,

70
HtiH

LESSON.
French pronounciaton.

EnglUh.

What a

fine

horae

Kell, bo, shev-al I ill, par-ay,


or ah, i(H)-vay, or vah.

he appears

wicked.

KeH,

What an
has

air of greatneas she


yes and she appears to

eU,

have much sense.

ahw

graunh-dehrr,
wee, ay, cU par-

tluh,
S

ay, or a;!, t'av-war, bo-coo,


(ies-pree.
Lahw, fray-iiiehrr, duh onh,

The freshness of her complexion

much handsomer.

renders her

air,

tanh,

(ft

44

lahw, raunh, bJCOo,

plu, ZJO-lvO.

Do you know i^nt school-mistoo nnn-h


a complete eoqu

tress ? y 08 a

she

is

Con

lie

Do you know
master

also thatschcoi
yes he is the priest':-

brother.
like to smoke a scgav
yes, from time to time.

Do you

'*

55th

Your dear son

finds

uess-ay, vo^;, sett, aiihanh,


wee,
c-tu-treece ?
puh, tro; sey, t'une, feen,
co-kett.
z'os-see,
voo,
-neRS-iir,
.s'ii, Hah-.stee-tu-tehrr? wee,
ssiy, inh, frare, du, praitr.

st

Ay-may, voo, z'ahw, fu-may,


wee,
see-gar ?
tnunh, //ahw, oatr.

luh,

deh,

lesson.

himself

very well .t the college, but


he would Wish to be in vacation.

Vottr, share, fee, sub, troove,


trah, b'yanh, n'o, col-lege,
may, or mah, ill, day-zee-reray, or ah, t'aitr, aunh, vac-

aunhse.

Do not navigate on

that lake.

Nuh, nav-ee-gay, pahw, sewr,


[suh, lac.

We

trouble you often but that


will be only for a time.

Your self-love is not wounded


by these words ? not at all.
Let us go slowly and let us
taka care of the rocks.

Noo, voo, troo-blonh, soovaunh, may, or mah, suh,


nuh, ser-ahw, kuh, poor, anh,
taunh.
Vottr, am-oor, propr, ay, fill,
bles-say, par, sey, par-ol?

pahw, du, too.


dooce-maunh,

ay,
nren-onh-. yard: o, z'ay-kehl-

Al-lonh,
ye.

It is

needful to advance our

business.

111.

t'av-aunh-say,
v-zong-ye.
fo,

nottr,

i'-'*

71

LEON.

34tME
Drench.
(I'ml li^Kvi cherall
ni:\la.

par-ay,
vah.
,unb-dcbrr,
y, ell. par'ar, bo-coo,
ill,

hi,

Ou9l

.<
do grandeur elle a!
cuij 31 liile paratt avoir
beaucoup a'csprit.

La

fratcheur de son teint


rend beaucoup plus jolie.

duh -onh,
nh,

Prononciation angla^ c.
Ouate, , fa'ye-ne, bor-ce

parat

11

i>(-.Oo,

la

Ou-te, anne,

owe, grtehazze ! yesse,


anne-de, chi, ap-pire-ze, tou,
bave, motte-cbe, scnne-ce.
Dhi, frche-ne-ce, owe,
ne-ce,

aub-

sett,

wee,

anb,

t'une,

feen,

here,

comme-plec-cbe-ne,

tehrr ?

tituteur? oui c'est le frre


du pttre.

wee,

u, praitr.

Aimez-vous fumerie cigare?


oui, de temps A autre.

iw, fu-may,

wee,

banne-se-me-re.
mice-tre-ce ? yesse, , lit-te-

deb,

motte-cbe ; chi, ize.


e, comme-pli'-te, co-ke-te.

Dou, you, no,


M,

ize,

dhate,

yesse,

dhi, prste-ce,

br-

dbe-re.

Dou, you, l'ye-que,


que,

tou,

si-gre?

smyesse,

tromme, t'ye-me, tou, t'yene.

56M
Votre cher

se trouve trs
bien au collge
mais il dsirerait tre en vacance.

sub, troove,
'o, col-lege,
day-zee-rer-

fils

I^.

.vlgu p.,

Nous vous troublons souvent


mais ce ne sera que pour
un

ay, fill,

Votre amour propre est-il


bless
par ces paroles ? pas du

temps.

par-ol?

tout.

Allons doucement et
prenons
garde aux cueils.

ay,

o. z'av-kebl-

i-say,

nottr,

hime-sel-fe,
atte,

>4^

faut avancer notre


besogne.

dhi,

ve-r,

ouelle,

col-l-d'je,

botte
boude, oui-che, ton, bl,

Dou,
DoT' note,
n^t'ttir,
nav--gu-te, ne,

ce I.C.

[suh, lac.
sooblonh,
r
mah, aub,
ib, poor, anb,

maunb,

Youre, dfre, sonne, fgne-d'ze,

bi,

pabw, sewr,

sey,

LEON.

aunb, vac-

pr,

le-so,

scoule-masse-te-re

tr.

tou,

le,

Connaissez-vous aussi cet ins-

be're,

rennemotte-cbe,

Dou, you, no, dhate, scoulc-

c est '.me fine coquette.

z'os-see,

),

air,

chi,

deur-ze,

Oowafcissez-vous cette institutrk? oui un peu trop:

[^^ate, lque.
.
n *trob-be-le,
i .^
Oui,
you, of-eune,
botte, dhate, ouile, bi,
nel, for, , t'ye-me.

Youre-sel-fe, lowe, ize, note,


houne-de-de, b'ye, dhize,
ouor-d'ze? notte, atte, aie.
Lette, osse, go, slo-l, anne-de,

ic;juC,
Ke-F,
y^~~f
dhi, roc-se.
ize, nide-fou-le, tou,
ad-

^~^i

owe,
Ite,

vanne-ce, .oue're,bize*.n9-ce.

Mm

ap-pre-ze, oui-ke-de.

72
56Tn

LESSON.

English.
Shortly my son will regret the
paternal house.

French pronounciaton.
B'yanh-toe, monh, fee, reh-greter-ahw, lahw, may-zonh, pat-

Do not make a

Nuh,

land

cr-nell.

division of fhat
without letting me

know.

fait,

pahw,

luh, par-tazje,

duh, sett, tare, saunh, muh,


pray-ven-eer.

did not think of selling that


magnificient house.

Zjuh, neh, paunh-say, or sab,


pahw, z'ahw, vaunhdr, sett,

Will he abstain to take dinner


with us? no, I do not believe

mang-yee-feek, may-zonh.
Sub, pree-ver-ahw, fill, duh,
praunhdr, luh, dee-nay, aveck, noo? nonh, zjuh, nuh,

it.

The door of il^i palace was


forced by thieves.
It is

necessary that we should


take away the wood.

leh, croo-ah,

pahw.

Lahw,

purt, duh, seh, shaw-toe,


fu, t'aunh-fonh-say, par, dey,
vo-lehrr.
Ill, ay, nay-ses-sare, kuh, noo,

'/'aunh-lcv-yonh, sey, bwahw.

67th lesson.

my clerk much, I will


give him a share in my commerce.

I like

zjuh,
parr,

luee,

don-er-ay,

daunh,

monh,

une,

com-

mairce.

Let us place ourselves there


and let us wait till the enemy
be passed.

Met-onh, noo, lahw, ay, attaunh-donh, kuh, len-em-ee,


swah, pas-say.

Another time judge us a

Une, oatr, fwah, zju-zjay, noo,


z'auh, pub, m'yuh.
Sonh, pare, ser-ahw, fill, traynay, o, tree-bu-nal? zjuh,

little

better.

Will his father be dragged to


the tribunal ? I do not know.

Let us trace the place where


the winter road ought to
pass.
It IS

absolutely necessary that

the summer road passes on


the south side of the bridge.

Zjemm, bo-coo, monh, com-ee,

I'ing-yor.

Tras-sonh, launh-dtoo-ah, hoo,


luh,
shem-anh,
dee-vare,
dwah, pas-say.
Ill, fo, fab-so-lu-maunb,
kuh,
luh, shem-anh, day-tay, pass,
du, co-tay, su, du, ponh.

73
56Amk LION.
on.
e,

French.

reh-gret-

Bientt

y-zotih, pat-

fils

regrettera la

maison paternelle.

par-tazje,

i,

mon

Ne

aunb, mub,

faites

pas

terre sans

le

partage de cette

me

Dou

prvenir.

note,

owe,

ne,

mque,

om-dh'oute,
ay, or suli,

mhdr,

sett,

lay-zonh.
fill,

dull,

3e-nay, avzjub, nuh,

Je ne pensais pas
vendre cette
magnifique maison.

So prvera-t-il
de prendre
dmer avec nous?
je ne
crois pas.

V.

sbaw-toc,
Y, par, dey,
I,

kuh, noo,

3y,bwahw.

''

le

le
'

di-ne-re, oui-the,

ton, tqne

osse?\o;

aje, don, note,


bi.lrve,ite.

porte de ce chteau
fut eufonce par des
voleurs.

est ncessaire
que nous enlevions ces bois.

Dh^ dore owe,


ce,

ouze,

thive-ze.
Ite,

ize,

dhate, pal-lefrce-de
b'ye
""/^

n-ces-s-r,

oui,

choude, toque
('iate, boude.
57i!ME

com-ee,
r-ay, une,
nb, com-

di-vi-je-

lanne-de
letltign'e
mi;

A'ye,
dide,
note, thine'que
ovve, sel-lign'e,
dbate, mlg-'
n -fi-seune-te,
h'ouce.
Ouile, hi, ab-stne,

La

dhate,

dhate
-ou '

LEON.

b,

pan dans
i^n^^""'"'*'"^
mon commerce.

ay, atlen-em-ee,
r,

A'ye, l'ye-quc,
m'ye, cleurque, motte-che,
'ye ouiie
gu've, hime,
ch;e, "ne!
'
m'ye, com-meur-ce.

.selvze,
lette,

zjay, noo,
fill,
1.1?

trayzjub,

au

'''^''^*

^'iT"'
d'hiver

le

doit passer.

tay, pass,

"mTnd'S"'"'"^^"^
?u pont!'

dje,osse,.li-te-le,bet.te.re
Ouile, hize,
f-dhe-re, bi dra

ne-Ie? 'ye, dou,


note, no.
osse, trce, dhi,
pice
ouaire, dhi,
ouine-tc/e, rde'
^'
ate, ton, passe.
'

chemin

Lette

^ J^e-

Ite, ize

mb, kuh,
[)onh.

anne-de,
dhi

Ane-a-dhere, t'ye-me,
d'jodetran
^T^K^^'V"^''^-*-"
tribunal? je
l'ignore.

o-ah, boo,
dee-\rare,

dherre,

osse, oute, tile,

'"^'^ '" ^^^^ ""d

ab-so-liou-t'l,

n-ces-

ESSON.
Mnglith.
The fields of this parish have

French proHOunciatan.
''i,

been ravaged.

j' ^
iftUii,

tuh,

sett, paray-tay, rav-rth-

'

'

When will you come ? Tuesday


Thursday of
week.
In going to see our
or

the

next

friend") yuc

will afflict them.

To day we are here and


next month we will be at

the

my

bride's.

He did not think

thr-

could

carry his iron chest.

Now

le'i

and

us prep

our mails
soon as

let us start a'

possible.

69TB
It

do to-morrow.
li-

brary? in the parlour near


the chimney.

You

will lighten the boat that


will transport your furniture.

no,
z'am-ec, noo, lay, z'af-fleezjer-onh.
0-zjoor-dwee, uoo, eum, z'eesee, ay, luh, mwahw, proshanh, coo, ser-onh, shay,
mahw, fee-aunh-say.
Ill, nub,
paunh-say, or sab,
pahw, kuh, zjuh, por-tas,
sonb, coffr-for.

Manb-ten-aunb, pray-pRr-oph,
no, mal, ay, p r-tonh,
plu-toe, poa-seebl.

before
wall.
I

unheard exertions

we could

scale

thr

did not knov7 that thou didst


propose to make war against
the Turks.

fo,
kuh, zjuh, ray-flaysheece, ahw, suh, kuh, noo,
fer-onb, dem-anb.

fo-drahw,
fill,
plassay, vottr, bee-blee-o-teck ?
daunb, luL, sal-onb, prah,

iioo,

duh, lab t, shnm-ee-nay.


Voo, z'al-lay-zjer vy, lahw,
arzje,

es,

dv

I will make great


aiierationi in my suop.

traunl

n,

M.

Noo, feem, dey, z'ay-for, z'eenr j.,.^ ar-aunb,


uh, duh,
poc Twar, es-cal-au-ay, Inb,
mure.
Zjuh, nub, sav-ay, or
pahw,
kuh, tu teb nro-po t&j, or
zah, dub, ft
'.a^
gayre,
.,

o,

Next spring

lub,

Ill,

yur-ta^, vo, mt.i

We made

Hhw,

sem-cnn, pro-sbenn.
Aunh, n'l^-aunh. vwar,

LESSON.

necessary that I should


reflect on that which we shall
is

Where must we place your

v'yanh-dray, voo? mar-

dee, hoo, zjuh-dee, duh,

Tewrk.

Lub, pranb-ta
fer-ay,

n,

shanh.

dob, graunbj
shaunbzje-maunb,
z'abw,
monh; mag-az-anb.
zjuh,

1&
SSiNC

LEOX.

French.

Les champs do cette


paroisse
ont t ravags.

Quand

endrez-vous? mardi
ou jeudi de In
.emnine pro.

chane.
En allant voir nos amis

noii'i

les aifllgerons.

PrononcUUion anglaise.
Dhi, fle-d'ze, owe,
dhice, pari-che, have, bine,
rav-vede-

jde.

Ouenne,

ouile,

^ou, comme?
or,
theurzc-de.
ovve, dhi, nexte, oui-que.
tiouze-d,

Ine, go-ign'e,

tou,

renne-d'ze,

Aujourd'hui nous sommes


ici
et le mois irochftin
nous serons chez ma fiance.
ne pensait pas quo
je portasse

Il

son

coffre-fort.

Maintenant prpaions nos


malles et

partons

le

pli tt

sible.

pos'

59iME
Il

faut que je r:''4chissr


ce
quo nous feron.
emain.

faudra-t-il pla<

votre bi-

bliothque? duas le
prs de la chemine.

nic-tc,

dhemme.

'^^!''

dhi,

bire,

"'

'^f.'.^"''

<Je,

a-oue're,
ouile, af-

si,

oui,

nexte,

annemonne-the,

OUI

ouile, bi, atte, mkWc,


bra'7e.d'zo.
Hi, dide, note,
ao'que, dhate,
Hye, coude, car-r,
hize,
ye-re-ne, t'ches-te.

Nou,

lettc,

osse,

pri-prc,

a-oue're,

mle-ze, anne-de,
lette, osse, strte,
azzc, soune, azzc, po.g-si.be-le.

LEON.
Ite,

ize,

n-ces-s-r,

Hye, choude,

dhate,

ri-flec-te,

dhate, oui-t'che, oui,


dou, tou, mor-ro.

ne

halle

Ouaire moste, oui, pice,


youre,

'ye-bre-r?

ine,

Par-le-re, nre, dhi,

dhi.

t'rhime-

ii.

Vous allgerez

la barge qui doit


transporter vos meubles.

^"'

oJ'e, l'ye-te-nc,
bote, dhate, moate,

dhi,

tranne-

Nous fmes des efforts


inous
avant que de pouvoir
escale

le

mur.

pabw,

z&j, or

gayre,

Je ue mraia pas que


tu te proPo 'S de faire la guerre
erre.ux
lux
Turques.

spre-te,
v.^ire,
fcnr-nitioure.
Oui, m.le, onne.hur-de,
ex-

eur-chene-ze
bi-fre,
oui,
coude, skle, dhi, oule.

A'v

nioumagagin.

'

"

"^'

dide-.te,

ton,

Le printemps prochain
je ferai
de grands
changements

**

a-.a

^*.,^^*''
Jh''
dh'ou,

NeS *^'li,,'^"''^"t*'*P^^^"' ^'ye,


m!f/

"^^"'

r^e,

chene-zejn

^^''^^i

pro-poze
ire, -gune"

mqne, o

ouile,

le-teur-^

tr.aye,

dipe.

76
Oth lesson.
Englinh.
It If ntedful that

should think

my

of going to soe

French pronoundaton,
*
kuh, zjuh, pfc.unhse, ahw,

111, fo,

patients.

al-lay,

may,

vee-zee-tay,

raal-udd.

You

travel at your ease on the


rall-ruads.

Voo,
^

vwdh-yah-zjny,

ottr, aize,

z'ahw,
sewr, ley, shem-

anh, duh, fare.

You have lengthened

the

way

Voo,

80 as to avoid meeting your

/.'av-ay,

z'al-lonh-zjay,

lahw, root, poor, ay-vce-tay,


lahw, raunh-conhtr, duh,

riral.

vottr, reo-val.

Spak a few words an if he


comes threaten to kiii him.

Deet, kelk, mo, ay, s'ill, v'yanh,


men-ass-ay, duh, luh, tu-ay.

Can

Poo-raje,

pretend to the hand of

that duchess?

why

not.

Put on your old clothes,


probable that

is

it

for it
will rain

to-day.

618T

At

present

than

read

LESSON.

much

had the habit

pray-taunhdr, ahw,
lahw, mauh, duh, sett, duflhesH? poor-kwah, pahw.
Met-ay, vo, v'yuh, z'ab-ee car,
ill,oy, pro-bahbl, kill, plehver-ahw, o-zjoor-dwee.

less
to do.

Manh-ten-aunh, /joh,

lee,

bo-

coo, mwanh, kuh, zjav-ay,


or ah, lab-ee-tude, duh, luh,
fare.

The genf ous offer which you


make me loads me with good
luck.
It is necessary that

sweep the

office

you should
twice a day.

You have asked me


[

for

money,

cannot give you any.

You always

repeat the same

thing without knowing what

you
I

will

say.

mak

that voyage in less

time than you.

Loffr,

zjen-ay-ruh, kuh, voo,


fait, muh, conhbl, duh,
bon-ehrr.

muh,

ay, nay-ces-sare, kuh, voo,


bal-ay-yee-ay, luh, bu-ro,

Ill,

duh, fwah, luh, zjoor.


Voo, mav ay, dem-aunh-day,
duh, I'ar-zjaunh, zjuh, nuh,
pwee, voo, z'auuh, don-ay.
Voo, ray-pay-tay, too-zjoor,
lahw, mame, shoze, saunh,
sav-war, suh, kuh, voo, deet.
Zjuh, fer-ay, suh, vwah-yahzje,
aunh, mwanh, duh, taunh,
kuh, voo.

77
""iMB LEr;o\,
"

louniiuton.

Frrnrfi,

pKunhse, ahw,

II finit

qe je pense
aller vi""*''''
8'ter mes malades.

may,

:ee-tfty,

Ite, .ze

ndo-foule, dhate,
'ye
thlne'que, to.
si
tt'yo,
'
p-chen-t'ce.
'
Vou, trav-ve-le,
atte, youre
'
'ze, ne, dhi,
rle-r-d'ze.

cboude,

ley,

vrr,

Vous voyagez
votre aho
les

z'ahw,

i-zjny,

sheni-

chemins de

Vous avez allong

z'al-lonh-zjay,
or,

ay-vee-tay,

conhtr,
y, s'ill,

la

route

v'yanh,
tu-ay.

Pourai-je prtendre
la main
de cette ducheaso
?
""^'^^sse ? pourquoi
pas.
Mettez vos vieux
habita; car

wuh, pahw.
z'ab-ee

dbl,

have,
lennc-thene-de,
ou, so, azze,
tou, -'

rVc-t-le."'-"*^"'^'

taunhdr, ahw,
duh, sett, du-

bl, kill,

Vou

?oTetr^r.;-' ontr:

dul),

lull,

ill,

1,

s.ir

fer.

car,

plehv-

^"-'

0"0'-dV.e, anne^^d^A^^"'
e, Ile, hi, comme-ze,
thret-

Canne,

'ye, pri-tenne-de,
ton.
ahi, hanne-de,
owe,

dhate

p,"-^'fe.ce?'o4.;e,no,e:

r-dwec.
be-le, dhate, it^,

oulrt^nt

HiMB LEON.
bo-

zjtili,

lee,

lt uh,

zjav-ay,

ide,

Afaintenant

je

Hg

beaucoup

Vtte, prez-zeunc-tc,
'ye, rrde

dub, lub,
'''''

kub, voo,

ih,
,

L'offre

gnreux que vous


me
faites mo comble
de bonhcm^

conbbi, dub,

fo^ui'doS''^'

oui-tche, you,

^*^-^-^:

mque,

lode-ze. mi,
oui-thej

kuh, too,

are,

lub,
,

bu-ro,

zjoor.

em-aunh-day,
zjuh, nub,

lb,

luh,

don-ay.

too-zjoor,
sboze, saunb,
uh, voo, deet.

y,

vwah-yahzje,
dub, taunb,

"

'^" ^ ba"''"" *^^"^ ^'


le^our
Vous m'avez demand
de Par
ent je ne puis vou.
en don-

M^fTi"''

Vous rptez toujours


clmao sans savoir

la

mme

cequ^;^'

'^'te'r^i?''^*^""'0'de
lemps que vous.

Ite,

mi

g'oue','

ize,

n-ces-s-r, dhate
choude, soulpe,
dhi.''
of-fe-ce, tou'ycce.
^'d
J^ou, have,
asque-de, ml, for

you,

monn.

'ye,

canne-note!

guive, you, ane-.


ou, le-ouze,

'

ri-nite

ri..-

sme, thign'e
rai^h'oufe!
'
no-ign'e, ouate,
yo se

A'ye,

oulle,

'^JlT^^""'
me,
dhanne,

mtq^.,

1^,^.

'ne, lesse, t'yl


^

you.

.1

78
62nd lesson.
English.

He bas leaped through the


window and has broken a

French pronouncialon.
ahw, so-tay, par, lahw,

aitr,

ay, sey, cas-say,

fcn-

une,

coat.

rib.

Examine well the question and


you will find abuses therein.

If I

Ill,

was a mcrcliaut

would

rise early.

The poor receive little from you


as also from your brother.

Ex-am-ee-nay,

b'yanh, lahw,
kess-t'yonh, ay, voo. zee,
troo-ver-ay, dey, z'ah-bu.

See,

zjay-tay,

or

tab,

mar-

shaunh, zjuh, rauh, lev-er-ay,


or ah, duh, bon>ehrr.
Ley, poavr, rch-swahve, pub,
deb, twab, anli-see, keb, dub,
tonb, frare.

The young men have formed a

new Institution

in this

town.

Ley, 2jenn, ^.Jaunhse, z'onb,


for-may, une, noo-vell, anhstee-tu-s'yonb, daunh, sett,
veel.

needful thai we should


fold these letters, so as to
dispatch them to-moprow.

It is

Ill, fo,

kub, uoo, ploo-ab-youb,

sey, ettr, poor, ley, z'ex-pay-

d'yay, dem-anb.

63HD LESSON.
You, have knocked at bis r^oor,
but you have not entered.

Voo, z'av-ay, iVap-ay, ahw,


sabw, purt; may, or mab,
voo, n'oit, pahw, zaunb-tray.

Thou wilt operate

in the same
but thou shouldst
as he
persevere.

Tu, o-pay-rer-ahw, duh, lahw,


mame, man-yare, kub, luee,

would walk aLout from morning till night if I was living

Zjuh, meb, pro-men-er-ay, or


ah, du, mat-anb, n'o, swar,
see, zjuli, vee-vay, or vab,
z'abw, lahw, caunb-pang-ye.
Ahw, fill, dem-aunb-day, boo,
ay-tay, or tab, sonb, pare,
lors-kill, ay, t'ar-reo-vay ?

in the country.

Has he asked where was bis


father when ho was arrived ?
no.

..

'

see, tu, pare-say-vare.

nonh.
I

my

have rebuilt

eldest bro-

ther's old house.


Is it

necessary

go to pay a
tor? ves.

thftt

we

should
doc-

visit to the

reh'baw-tee,
Zjay,
launhs'yenn,
may-zonb,
dub,
monb, hare, ay nay.
Ay-t'ill, nay-ces-sare, kub, noo,
z'al-yonb, fare, vee-zeet, o,

dor-tphrr? wpb.

79
2iMK LEON.
Frttich

cas-say,

2>

lUaaute par la fentre et s'est

une,

H! Vj"**'<^'f^w r/owc.

cass une cte.

'yanh,
y,

voo,

Examinez bien la quesUon


et
vous y trouverez des abus.

zee,

?**''"'

^Pt. hrou, dhi.


ne-de, hazze,'
XriT^^' , ribe.
br-ke-ne,

lahw,

Ex-e^mie, ouelle, dhi,


couesset che-ne, anne-de,
yen, oulle,
tgne-de,

Si j'tais
rais de

marchand

je

me

lve-

ift

*/*' .?^'*'' ^' ur-t'cbene-te, ye, houde,


raye-je,
"*

bonne heu-e

Les pauvres reoivent ne rfn


^"
toi ainsi que

l Z%Z.

Les jeunes gens ont form


une
nouvelle
institution
dans
"^
cette ville.

ab-you-ze-zo,

^?""^ *

^'

ni,-

'^''''^

"^'^'*'
le-so
br-dhe-re.
m'^l'JJ^'^^"' ^ave,
forms-de, , niou,
t.ou-che-ne,
ine,
dhioe,

fr'omC'vyou, azze,
n-omme,

td^^^ \

ineW

cnoude, fole-de, dhize,

mam.

let-

;!"'':^*'jiu'*^^'*"'^ce.pat.

te.che,dhemme, tou-mor-ro.

G3iMB LEON.

B enwe.

Tu

opreras de la me'me m
nirs
nireaueln.-;:.^::"!.'"*que lui Si tu persvres.

ddre, botte, you, have,


note
T,e-teur-de.
^^^'ou, ouile-te,
op-eur^te.

me,

dhi,

botte,

me promnerais du
matin
j;g'^J'"S'J^vivai8lacam.

A-t-il

pre

demand o
lorsqu'il

tait son

est

arriv?

azzc,

hi

choude-stc

peur-si-vi- 0.

J
vay, or vab,

sme,

dh'ou,

A'ye, houde, ou-que,


-b'oute, fromme,
mr-nign'e, tile,

nfye-te, ife, 'ye, Suze, lil


vign'e, me, dhi,
Hazze, hi

conne-tr.
asque-de, ouaire,

ouftze, hize, f-dbe-re,


ne, hi, ouze,

ouen'

ar-r'ye-v'de ?

'^'Imon'fi'^^tr
ae mon frre an.
Est-ii ncessaire
lions faire vialt

^*J"

que nous

al-

^....'

no.
A'ye, have, ri-bilte,
m'ye. elde-ste, br-dhere-ze,
le^dc.*
h'ouce.
Ize,

ite,

n-ces-s-r.

dhat*.

Oui, oude, go,


tou, p, '
vi-*it, tou, dhi,
dfiqSeV

rr yesse.

-f

80
6lTn LESSON.

EnglUh,

Can you
yes, I
I

leap higher than he


certain of it.

am

will see that

my

old mother

be well treated.

Put

these vails In the

drawer

but wrap them up before.


We have given acquittances
to our debtors.

I will
life

keep this present


unless

you take

it

my

from

persuaded that in a year


that notary will be rich.

G5TII

Your proposition would be accepted if it were more liberal.


il

Let us create a good credit and


we will do a good business.

You have walked much more


I

without

fatiguing

yourself.
I

have not given him the horse


which he says to have had
of me.

go to the convent I will


brinor har.lr vAn<> <iaiii.4.t_

If I
\'.i
!

gar-der-ay, suh, prayzaunh, toot, mahw, ve, ahw,


mwanh, kuh, voo, muh, I'o-

Zjuh, swee, pare-su-ad-ay, kuh,


daunh, z'anh, auni, suh, notare, ser-ahw, reosh.

LESSON.

have travelled the four quarters of the globe without


being able to get married.

than

Zjuh,

t'yay.

am

It

Zjuh, vare-ay, ahw, seb, kuh,


raahw, v'yay-ye, mare, swah,
b'yauh, tray-tay.
Met-ay, sey, vwahl, dauch, lub,
teer-war, may, or mah, z'avaunh, aunh-vel-op-ay, ley.
Noo, z'av-onh, don-ay, dey,
keet-aunhse, z'ahw, no, daybee-tehrr.

all

IM.
I

French proiwunciatoii.
Poo-vay, voo, so-tay, plu, ho,
kuh, luee ?
wee, zjaunh,
swee, sare-tanh.

Zjay,

par-coo-ru, ley, kattr,


par-tee, du, glub, saunh,z'av-

war, troo-vay,
mar-yay.

ahw,

muh,

Vottr,pro-po-zee-8'yonh,ser-ay,
or ah, t'ac-cep-tay, see, ell,
ay-tay, or tab, plu, iee-bayral.

Cray-onh,

noo, z'anh, bonh,


cray-dee, ay, noo, fer-onh,
duh, bon, z'af-fare.

Voo, z'av-ay, mar-shay, bo-coo,


plu, kuh, mwah, saiinh,
voo,
fat-ee-gay.

Zjuh, neh, luec, ay, pah


w, donay, luh, shev-al, kill,
dee,
t'av-war, u, duh, mwah.

See, zjuh, vay, or vah,


v.-iunn,

^juij,

vottr, fecl-ye.

z'o, cooiam-cn-er-ay,'

Si

tl
6iuM LEON.

ionnciaion.
o-tay, plu, ho,
wee, zjaunli,

I'yenck.

que lui? OUI J'en

lb.

ihw, 8eb, kuh,

mare, swah,

^e,

^a'',
suia certain.

Je verrai ce
que

mre

iy.

ma

soit bien traite.

or mah, z'avley.

Mettez ces voiles


dans
mais avant

amme,

ahw, no, daysub, praythw, vee, ahw,

ie tiroir

tances A nos
dbiteurs

Poute, dhize,
vle-ze, ine dhi

mub,

''*^:^<>^-teune.ce.

-oue're,
re, det-teurze

I'o-

oae-lesse

lu-ad-ay, kuh,
un?), sub,

'-""

'
ze, tm,
ton,

Jp ,^

ite

'^Ve

quit-'

',

^00,

owe

dhkte

lUr\''^

enveloppez-les'

Nous avons donn


des

don-ay, dey,

leppe, h"yeVe
hi ? ^^'sse,
T',^'
seur-te-ne,

vieille

hi, dautth, Ittb,

el-op-ay,

jou,

dhanne,

no-

eesh.

Je suis persuad
que dans
an ce
notaire serl riche

^/-"e,

aJ^
^'^"^'

vou

m'i."^'"'

J^'
'^^^

Jf
r'' P^^r-siou--de-de
dbate,
'

,ne , ire,
dbate, oJ
t-r, ou.le,
bi, ri-fche.

eSiscK

ley,
>,

kattr,

sauuh,z'av-

ahw,

mub,

'''lP*''^o-u les quatre


parties
du
tt

monde sans
me marier.

avoir

ZlT

LEOX.
Aye,

have,

trav-eul-de,

dhi

dhi
,T^'"-*^"'-^. owe
<;i-dha'oute, bii
iLa'e^ ?'
'

'yonh,ser-ay,
tay, see, ell,
plu, iee-bay-

Votre proposition
serait accep
te s. elle tait
plus libra?:

^---^

'

^"'

ho,.
"^ri'^rP^^'-'^-ne.
e, 01,
ac-cep-te-do

s'aiib,

00,
re.

ibay, bo-coo,

saunh, voo.

pnhvj',

don-

kill,

dee,

mwah.
ah, z'o, coo-

ui-cn-er-ay,

ift

ouaire, more,
li-be-rVie!

bonh,

fer-onh,

^'^^^^'

nous^ ferons
de

bonnes af'

Vous avez march


beaucouo
plus que moi
ans vou^foue

5^

'

Lette, osse,
cri-te, ,
^oude
cr-de-te, anne.rt,^ L ?"""!'
"""^'UP OUI,
II.

Vou
d

rin..

ou

!{

tv

'

^?^''

bize-ne-ce.

w/^^''^""^'^>oui-

re.:e^fl!' ''^^'^-'-""^".Vou-

qu H

dit avoir

Si la va! ....

eu de moi.

^^^^j^eutjerame-

:?rsvr^s?
gne, baque,youro,

dVri

82
66Tn

LESSON

EnglUh.

Did not he

try to escape from


the pursuit of his enemies ?
yes.

It

was necessary that we should


carry those dispatches imme-

French pronunciation.
Nuh, share-shahw, till, pahw,
z'ahw, suh, day-ro-bare, ahw,
lahw, poor-switt, duh, sey,
z'en-em-ee? wee.
fal-lay, or lah, keh, noo, portass-yonh, sey, day-paish,

Ill,

diately.

z'im-may-dee-Rt-maunh.

We

have made that journey,


have you made the same?

Noo, feem, suh, trah-zjay, or

yes.

After having walked all day


they reposed themselves.

wee.
Ap-rah, z'av-war, mar-shay,
toot, lahw, zjoor-nay, ill, suh,
reh-po-zare

your father dead ? yes, you


ought to know it.
"We were not autliorised to pay
the amount of your account.

Vottr, pare, ay, fill, mor ? wee,


voo, dev-ay, luh, sav-war.
Noo, neh, fume, pahw, z'o-toree-zay, z'ahw, pay-yay, luh,

Is

zjah, feet, voo, luh,

monh-taunh,

duh,

mume?

vottr,

conbt.

67th lesson.

Do you always sell


I

cattle ? no,

have no more to

sell.

we should
make good bargains so as to

It is necessary that

become

You

rich.

without doubt, to
to our first difficulty? not at all.
desire,

recall

me

do not remember

to have seen
tlt stout minister in the

church.
I

you would be more


ubmigsire to your superiors.

wish

thftt

harness my horses this


afternoon and yu will drive

I will

Vaunh-day, too, too-zjoor, dey,


bes-t'yo? nonh, zjuh, naunh,
n'ay, plu, z'ahw, vaunhdr.
ay, nay-ces-sare, kuh, noo,
fass-yonh, duh, bonh, marshay, poor, oev-en-eer, reesh.

Ill,

Voo, day-zec-ray, saunh, 'doot

muh,

rap-el-ay, nottr,

prem

yare,dee-fse-cule-tay? pahw
du, too.
Zjuh, neh, muh, rap-ell, pahw,
z'av-war, vn, suh, gro, meeneestr,

ahw,

I'ay-gleeze.

Zjeh, vuh, keh, voo, swah-yay,


plu, soo-mee, z'ahw, vo,
su
pare-yehrr.
Zjftt-tel-tr-ay,

mey, ghev-o, sett,


ap-rah, mee-de, av. too. 1t.
'
''

men-w-ay

83
GiMB LEON.

munciation.
ihw,

French.

pahw,

till,

ay-ro-bare, ahw,
iwitt, dub, sey,

prononciation anglaise

Nechercha-t-llpassedrober

.la

poursuite de ses
enne-

weo.
keb, noo, porday-paisb,

lb,

3ey,

-Rt-maunb.

>o,

ItP,

immdiate-

ouazc, n-ces-s-r

ou.,

choude, car-r,
d|c_e^att'che.e.e,

dhate
dbze'

koS

Oui bave, mode,


dhate, djeur.

mar-shay,

vav,

>or-nay,
fill,

lub,

7,

^""^^^^

trah-zjay, or
lub, mume?

1,

>i

ment

ill,

sub,

mor? wee,
sav-war.

pahw,

z'o-to-

pay.yay, lub,
duh,
vottr,

"''t?
^fojr'
vous devez'f-"
le savoir

dhemmeisel-v4
ouf.

ize,

Nous ne

youre,

''"^''^^^-J^'

fu-dhc-re,

dedde?

yesseyou,ate,to,'no,ire

i;mes pas autoriss

payer lo montant
de votre
^
compte.

Ou

ouaire, note,
-tho-rv

^'deto,p,dhi',-mVun'te

owe, youre,
ac-ca'ounte

too-zjoor, dey,
b, zjub, naunb,
w, vaunhdr.

GlkME LEON.

kub, noo,
bonh, mar-

Vendez-vous toujours
des bestiaux^? non, je
n'en ai plus

saro,
ih,

v-cn-eer, reesb.
y,

" fonolf ''l'"''"^

'i"

nous

VrVtorsef.^^'

fas-

^tp,

sions de bons
marchs pour
'
devenir riches.

oui,

prem
ule-tay?pabw
nottr,

rap-ell,

pahw,

suh, gro, raee-

ay-gleeze.

'''"^

^^nn^f'''"*"'
rappeerotre

*ot^'

premire
cult? pas du tout.

W-comme,

me

dwf

diffi-

Aye,dou
"^^'/ou,
.

foo,

swah-yay,

z'ahw, vo, su
By,

shev-o, sett,
TOO.! --:
il.

S, flV.-

Je veux f;ue vous


soyez pl<,
oum.8 vos
suprieur*.^
J'attellerai

mes cheraux o.h^


P-u,idietvousleswn7.

so,

dlm*
goa''
azzetn.!'
''' ''''

ri-Vch'e.

7''^'^'.

'''-^'>'oute,

a oute, tou,
ri-cAle, mi ton
H-oue're, feurste,
dif-fi-col-t^
" 'o'-t?
ote, atte, aie.

Je ne

me rappelle pas avoir


v
CO gios mmistro
l'gliflc.

^--' -,

n-ces-s-r
choude, mque,

^I^ar-guene-ze,

sauab, 'doot

y,

ize,

note,

ri-memme-be-

bave, sine, dhate


stf?

oute, mi-nice-te-;e,
Tne
hf"
'
t'cbeur-t'che.
''
A'ye, o.J-ch..
dhate, you, houde, or, .ure,
,tou, yo. rv

nor.'.-c,

sobbe-milsiv

sou-pire-ve,,;:!!'
^|,i

*ye-fe, d hew, me

af-*eiir

'

84
fti

68th lesson.

exercise

themselves

every

''

s'yanh, sec-zare-cef too, ley.


zjoor.

^s/sgo;id'y\oTt"T ^'z"s''rd' 'V'^


^
affairs in order

It is necessary

each time you


apeak to speak the truth.

My

effect^ were packed


yesterday moraing by my clerk.

Will you permit


the races ? ye^

^^lrb^

me
I

''"-

to

go to

'

z^f-fore.

'

''''''

"'^^'

shack, fwah, kuh, voo,


nuh, deer, kuh,
lahw, vay-ree-tay.
Mey, z'ef-fay, or fah, fure,
taunh-pack-tay, hee-air, o,
mat-anh, par, raonh, com-ee.
Ill, fo,

par-ler-ay,

permit you.

Voo-lay, voo, muh, pare-mettr,


d'al-air, o, coorse ? wee, zjuh,

"^ '-

v;:U"-;ars' re^i;

^"

av-eck, voo, mey, duh, pet^


gar-sonh.

ee,

69x11
I

LESSON.

have had the ill-luck to break


one of my fingers and thumb.

My

father

and

thine were

two

great friends.

Zjuh, leh, mal-ehrr, duL,


muh,
cas-sare, nnh, dwah, ay,
luh.
pooce.

Monh, pare,
tay,

Her sweetheart and that of your


sister are first cousins.

The

feet, the ears, the


hands,
the chin, the ribs pain me.

or

ay, Inh, t'yanh, aytab,

duh, graunh,
z am-ee.
Sonh, n'am-aunh, ay, seh-luee,
dub, tahw, sehrr, sonh,
coozanh, zjare-manh.
Ley, p'yay, ley, z'o-raj-ye,
ley,

manh, luh, maunh-tonh, ley,


cuat, muh, fonh, mal.
My wrist is sprained, my elbow Monh,
po-ing-yar, or yah, ay,
disjointed, my arm broken!
foo-lay,
monh, cood, ay,
and your brother how is he ?
day-mee, monh, brahw, cassayl ay, vottr, frare,
comaunh, vahw, fill ?
%_brother! be is dead since Monh,
frare. ay, mor. dHh=
i-Sivc year, of

fTr.

iij

jeiow

pwee, dooze,"
Tyevrr, zjone.

aunh,'

dej,

85
84mi
:>nounciaton.
uh, ley, mu-zee*

fo,

ill,

rdr,

kch,

Vah, kuh, voo,


deer, kuh,

II

ordre

fab,

fure,

Mes

effets

la

furent empaquets

nionb, com-ee.

h>e^rau,tinparmSn^^om!

hee-air,

uh, pare-mettr,
rse ? wee, zjuh,
5-raay,

Voulez-vous

me permettre

erauxeourses? oui

or mah.

:'aunh-men-air,
ney, diih, pot-

le

nh, t'yanh, ay-

duh, graunh,
ay, seh-luee,

sonh, coo-

rr,

pre et

le tien

grands amis.

inh-tonb, ley,
h mal.
or yab, ay,
coodj ay,
t
brabw, cag-,

frare,

cora-

taient
deux
"""ux

Son amant

et celui de ta
sur
sont cousins
germains.

ams,

^',..!:'''^f'
le

me

'''

-"^

enton,

font mal.

les

'es
es

ctes

Mon

poignet est foul,


mon
coude dmis, mon
bras casse
et^votre frre

comment

aunh,'

"'^'>^.

dey,

pa.

mr-

Ouile, you,
peur-mite, ml, tou
^,

Ko,tou,dhi,r.ce.ze?yes8'
'ye, peur-mite,
^
you
ou canne,
tque,oul.the.yoa

">,

va-

tou, lit-te-le,
b^e^-zJ;

LKUX.

tou,

brque,

ouanne,

ae?br'"-'

Moi, frre il
est mort depuis
'louze ans des
fivres

JHuSes!

owe

--^'

Ma-ye m-dhe-re,
anne-de, dh'^^^^'

*"'

?re'nn^d"r"'

^Vre
sourte-rte,
anne-de.
dhate, owe,
youre, sice-te-'
Dl
'm' n''*^' coz-zene-ze.
Dlu,f
e,d}.i,rre.ze,dhi, hani

"j^-J'^o.

dhi,

t'chine,'

pno, mi.

'

dhi.
'

Prne-de,
dice-d'jgne-tei

^m'vo't'
"ttye, elbo, \T'

*'"'"'

dnh=

'

tnn
''"'

tru.the'

oue'tf'^'^'^^-^^'
que- e, yesse-teur-d.
-gn'e, b'ye, m'ye,

''be-zo,

1?

wnr

laye-me, you,
spinue
...pique dhl,

gar^

ah.

o-ray.ye, ley,

n-

ize.

m'ye.

J'eus le malheur
de me
un doigt et le pouce casser

Mon

ite,

'

avec

69i;ME

duL, muh,
dwah, ay, Inh,

go!

'cC

d'al-

je vous

permets.

Vous pouvez emmener


vous mes deux

petits

irr,

'ye,

ces-s r dhate,
-'ye, ^hSuae, go, ton,
poute,

y.

o,

iy

Adiou,

I,

faut chaque fois


que vous
parlerez ne dire

que

5-tay.

or

ite,

ahw, mey,

iCes""""
uh,

Prononciation anglaUe.
ize,
goude, dhate,
dhl
m.ou.z..hene-ze, ex-e^r-s'-'

" "" ' muaJciens


vi
sexercenttoualesjoura

are-ce, too, ley,

ir!

leon.

^^-^-'>''

an'ne'd^youre. br-dh--anne-de,
~ na UN, ize, hi ?
Mye,brMhe.re!hi,ize.ded.
de, sme-ce,
touel-ve, /re-ze
'
ovve, dhi, yel-o,
f.v;-rc

86
TOtii

lesson.

Engli$h.

Isyour neck still swelled? yea


and my liead-ache does not
paas.
Ills

French pronounciaton.
Tonh, coo, ay, fill, aunh-cor,
aunh-flay ? wee, ay, monh,
wal, duh, tate, nuh, seh.
pass,

action proves that ho has

pahw.

Sonh, n'ac-s'yonh, proovc,


kill,
ahw, auh, kehrr, ziay-nav-

a generous heart.

'

ruh.

You will

receive two barrels of


apples, and a box of pears.

Voo, reh-sev-ray, duh, cor, duh,


pom, ay, une, bwaht duh.

pwar.
Is

your taste better than


yesterday? a little.

it

was

Has her sickness been long?


near six months.

Your breath is

Tonh goo,

ay, t'iil, may-yehrr,


kill,ay-tay, or tah, fhee-air?

anh, puh.

Sahw, mal-ad-eo, ahw,


ay-tay, lonh'gg?
see,

less

constrained?

yes, I breathe better.

Tonh,

t'ell

prah, duh,'

mwahw.
soofl,

nay?

ay, niwanh, zjayzjuh, res-peer,

wee,

myuh.

71ST
Is

LESSON.

your humour more gay ? not

much more.
Your

your assurance
have crowned his hope.
ability,

You ought

to have received
eleven violets, and fourteen

roses? I have received them.

Have you always your great


tooth-ache ? yes and my soreness of the eyes also.

Tonh, n u-mehrr, ay, t'ell,


plu,
gay ? pahw, bo-coo, plu.
Tonh, n'ab-ee-lee-tay,
tonh,
n'as-8u-raunhse, onh, cooron-ay, sonh, n'es-pwar.
V 00, z'av-ay, du,
reh-sev-war,
onhze, paunh-say, ay, catorze, roze? wee, zjub,
le\',
z'ay> reh-su.

Av-ay, voo, too-zjoor, vottr,


graunh, mal, duh, daunh?
^vee, ay, raonh, mal,

d'yuh,

z'os-see.

Do you know

that advocate ?
yes, his pleasure is to plead
for every person.

You have sent me two pinks?


^^m <V..._
F
:

'

Con-nes-say, voo, sett, av-ocahw, wee, sonh, play-zeer,


ay, duh, play-day,
poor, too,
luh,

'

monhd.

Voo, mav-ay, zaunh-vwah-vav


duh, z'ay-yay, or yah ?

WpJ

oattr, zjass-raanb, z'os-see.

89
OImb

leon.

ciaton.
fill,

aunb-oor,

wee, ay,
ate,

monh,

null,

seh,

proove, kill,
zjaj-nay-

ilj,

hrr,

duh, cor, dull,

',

bwaht duh,

2,

French.
Ton cou est-il encore
enfl?
oui, et mon mal
de t te ne se
passe pas.

Prononciation ans;laite
Izo

your aec, stile, souclleanne-de, m'ye,


i,^*""'
hcdde-que,
1

dozo, note, pas^

Son action prouve


cur gnreux.

qu'il

a un

Vous recevrez deux quarts


do
pommes, et une bote de

Hize,
ac-che-ne,
prou-v'ze,
dbate, hi, hazze,,d'jenne-ne^
re-ce, harto.

You, ouile,

poi-

res.

rele-ze,

aune-de,
'ill,

may-yehrr,

tall,

'

t'heo-air ?

ahw,

e,

g?

fell,

praJi,

duh,

iijwanh, zjayjuh, ros-peer,

Ton got

i,

onh,

coo-

l'cs-pwar.

reh-sev-war,
say, ay, catee, zjuh,

-zjoor,

ley,

vottr,

duh, daunh?
mal, d'yuh,
,

I,

sett,

av-o-

play-zeer,
y, poor, too,
ih,

ih-VWfth-Vfty,

ryah?

Woj

h, z'os-see.

boxe,

tou,

bar.

ap-pele-ze.

owe,

pire-

ze.
estril

meilleur qu'il
tait hier? un peu.

Sa maladie a-t-elle t
longue ?
prs do six mois.

^'^^V

^"'''

*^-ste,

bet-te-re.

dhanne, ite, ouze,


yessel
teur-d? , lit-te-le.
Hazze, he're, sique-ne-ce,
bine.
ongn'e? nre, sic-ce,

monne-

Ton

souffle est

moins gn

om, je respire mieux.

th'ce.
?

Ilkut
ay, fell, plu,
)-coo, plu.
c-tay,
tonh,

ri-slve,

owe,

Youre,
br-the,
ize,
lesse,
conne-strne-de ?
yesse
ye, bre-the, bet-tc-re,

LEON.

Ton humeur

est-elle plus gaie?


pas beaucoup plug.
habilit, ton
assurance ont

Ton

couronn son espoir.

Vous avez du recevoir


onze
penses et quatorze
roses

OUI je les ai reues.

A vez-vous toujours votre


de dent? oui, et
d'yeux aussi.
niai

grand

mon mal

Connaissez-vous cet
avocat?
oui, son plaisir
est de plaider
pour tout le monde.
ai STGZ
vojez deux
uillets? ouietqiatrejns-

mma

aussi.

'

Ize,

youre, you-me-re,
more.
? note, motte-che,
more
Voure, ab-i-li-t,
youre, al
chou-reune-ce, have,
cr'oune-de, hize, hope.
1 ou, te, tou, have,
ri-grve-de.
el-cv-euno,
v-ye-o-le-fce
an-ne-de, fre-tne,
r-ze-ze?
aye, have, ri-si've-de
dhem-

gu

Have

you, le-ou6ze,
youre.
touthe-que? yesse
anue-de m'ye,
sre-ie-ce!
grete,

owe,

dhi, 'ye-ze, le-so.

kte? yesse, ize,


pl-je-re.
tou, phde, for,
ev-ve-r '

ize,

peur-se-nfl.

You, have, senne-te,


mi, tou.
pineque-ce ?
yesse,
fdre

djesse--mgne-ze, lc-so

86
12D

LESSON.

JCnglitA.

How

has ho rested?
been very agitated.

:ii

Do you know
I>l8

bravery

that knight? yes


ia well known

Doyou

for

vm hm

amarS^'^"'^

'

HI

Hr

desire, is it not to
make
herself a nun ? yos,
her tsf e
is for the cloister

shev-

nom duh, inay.reet; wee


^}y ", fu, ray-con h-paunh-

it.

love tulins?

prefer

""h,

al-yay?^ee,8ahw,brav.oor"

ay ''^*"''> con-".

ia a man of
yes and he wan re-

compensed

Con nl.-T"*"^'
^'
. ".""T^'

beliere that he

merit;

French pronounciaton

he haa

*'*^' P*'^'''

^. !/, tu-leep ?
^^Cr^'
wee,may,ormah,zjuh,pray.

Son^A

r
'"J'

T*'''?''firoo>ay,Poor,

f,?,:

wish that younlove


for hor

maybedurJbleandc'o atant

''e"e

'

^^' ^'''"-'no'-tell.
"'*^' ^'"'' Ph'^.
^^k"^""'
'"^'
'^''e. reh-lee-zjyuh-

*''-ft'<'--

V^arn

hbl, ay,

'

'"'r^"'''

conh-staunht.

73ro LESSO.V.

Hast thou

lost thy friend?

no

hei8gonetotakethecounti'>:

Does your shadow mak;


afraid? nobut that of
a gho.
would make me afraid;
,

-,

take the liberty of


wishing

you joy on your union.

Where

is

my dog?

do not you hear

What

does

my

country? she

here he

*"' Pa|e.du, tonh,


n'amnonh, ilJ, ay t^May,
ub pro-men-air,
aU, lahw
caunh-pang-ye.

^'ir'A
ee?

^'?Ji','<>'?hbr,teh,fay,orfah,
tell,

mah,

pehrr? nonh, may, o^


danh, rev'-en-aub,

sell,

^7'*^'

h, pehrr.

viT muh, pare-may,


/juh
or mah,
'

''

0"n, teh,
fay-lee-soe-tav
''
sewr, tonh, n'u-n'yonh.

i.s.

his noise.

"00, ay, monh, sh'yanh ?


luh
vwah-see, u'aunh-taunh,
tu.'
pahw, sonb, bruee.
Kuh, fay, or tab,
'

cousin in the

is there to
reestablish her health.

mahw,

poor,

III

In a few days I
think to send
you the books which

liaveaskedofme.

you

ray-tab-leer,
lay,

sahw,

saunh-

Soo, pub, deb,


zjoor,
zjub.
paunhse, voo, z'aunh-vwah/aJi y, ieevr, kub, voo.
raav-ay, dem-aunh-day.

'

I!

coo-

aeen,
ahw, lahw, caunhpang-ye ? 11, ee, ay,

89
^3*ifi LE(; 0/.

I^-ench.

Prononciation anrlaiu

^ ay-taj, trab,

00.

uh,

shev.

ouMa

bravoure est bien


con-

J^ewf

ize,

br ro-r,

0"elle, none.

n6nte; oui, et U
fut
pens pour.

A>,
om-

r,.,

'

bi-Iive, dbate,
hi,

h
"'

manne, ovre, mer-l


e
iet
'''
o"2,^r.
cLr"'"'"'
commcpenne-s'de, for. ite
ize
,

Aimoz-vous

les tulipes?
-;;^ Je prfre le;

oui

i^^

tiouili^'se?

jesse,
yss^Vri'^'
botte, 'ye,
pri-fe-re
'
a-meur.anue.tl'ce.'

Son dsir n>8t-iIposUe


se fu.n.
r"'gieu8c?oui8ongots
pour

Here,di.2a'yeVe,

ize,ite.note
'
tou, mque,
bc're 'sel-fo

onne? yesso.
be're, t'ste
^e,for,Uhi.ci>e-steJe.''''

le cloftre.

po^ur^elle.o.t durable
et cons-

^''"*^'

fo^ve fo'rY'.
fene

'"""'^'

e'

^""^^

^"-

^3ME LEON'.
*^5^'?"'
^W
renne.de?no,

'*-^'<^,

'

t^";

Ton on,b
notima.s

me

^^

revenn

''ter

*^'"

'"," "*"
^t'l
n entends-tu

'conAeTI;

tque,

dbi, ll-beur-t
oui-chign'e. you,
'

}p, fine,
'

no, dhate,ov.

mi;llt?7^""''^''<-.

^>,

'

voici '

d'

youre, you-n'vent,

Ouaireze^^ld^eYbre;;

pas son bruij

^^

saunh-

dbi,

you .frde?

ovve

>w,

dhVe

hi,/ze,gne'

^^.^^^j^^

celle d'un
ferait peur.

'^'srtoT'"-''
sur ton union.

tque,

"'^'^^' o^-'^e-ne,

ine''dM''''
me,
dhi, conne-tr

bT;rs;li^^^--^'-

*."'
?h^',
eho, he're,

Soug peu de jours


je pense voua
vHTojer ies livres
qo y,,:
m'avez demands.

? chi, Ize

''-esse-ta-bli-

hel-the.

MA
qne, tou, senue-de,
you dbi
bouque-se,
oui-fcbe, '/ou'
have, asque-de,

owe, mi?^'*

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90

Uni LESSON.
JEnglish.

We

are now arrived at my garden, you see how very

Noo,

near

z'ahw, monh, zjar-danh, voo,


vwah-yay, k'ill, nuh, so-ray,

it is.

You have a

magnificent ar-

bour 'there I find there a retreat from the heat of the


;

sun.

'

very much that avenue


bordered with shrubs, let us

I like

follow

it, it

conducts to

my

flowers.

a delightful perfume exhales from every side, I

The

like toUive here.

stem

finest

flowers of
blue.

In truth

it

is this

one, the
are of a deep

it

13

superb,

you

will

with

much more

my

see

hope

hyacinths

pleasure.

T6th
I

wish

to

go

to

do you

present?
quieted

so,

mang-yee-feek,

zjee,

troove, anh, ab-ree, conhtr,


ley, z'ar-dehrr, du, so-lav-ye.
Zjemm, bo-coo, sett, al-ay,'borday, d'ar-bewst, swee-vonh,

lahw,

ell,

conh-dwee, t'ahw,

Kell, doo, par-fanh, sex-al,


duh,
too, co-tay, zjem-er-ay,
or
ah, z'ahw, veevr, ee-see.

Lahw,

plu, bell, teezje, ay, sell-

Bce,

ley, flehrr, aunh, sonh,


danh, bluh, fonh-say.

Aunh, vay-ree-tay,

ell, ay, supairb, zjes-pare, kuh, voo,


vare-ay, mey, zjas-saint, aveck, bo-coo, plu, duh, playzeer.

Zjuh, vuh, z'al-air, ahw, mahw,


tare, kee, ay, see-tuay,
ahw,
une, pet-eet, I'yuh, duh,
sett,
veel.

find yourself at
your return dis-

me much.

Has your bleeding saved you f


yes, I think so.

When

I saw myself alone, it


was no more impatience but

rage that

or rah, t'aitr, plu, prah.


00, z'av-ay, lahw, anh, baro-

lesson.

my

land which
iS situated a small
league
from this town.

How

raey, flehrr.

What

would

French pronunciation.
vwah-see,
ar-ree-vay,

I felt.

Cora-aunh, voo, por-tay, voo,


manh-ten-aunh ?
As-say
b'yanh, vottr, rume, manhkee-ay-tay, or tah, bo-coo.
Vottr saing-yay, voo, z'ahw,
tell, so-vay? woe, zjuh,
luh.
paunhse.
Lor-s'kub, zjuh, meh, vee, sehl,
snh, nay-tay, or tah, plu,
deh,
lanh-pass-yaunhse, may, or
mah, duh, iahw, razje, keh
zjuh, sannh-tay, or tah.

.^<r^

91
V4i;ME

pronunciation.
li-see,
ar-ree-vay,
nh, zjar-danh, voo,
,

k'ill,

nuh, so-ray,

plu, prah.
lahw, anh, baro-

nglish.
Nous voici arrivs
din vous voyez

ig-yee-feek,
ih,

zjee,

pronunciation.
n'ou, ar-r'ye-v'de
a te, m'ye,
gar-de-ne, you
Si, ha'ou,
ve-r, aire, ite,

un berceau magnifique, j'y trouve


un abn
contre les ardeurs
du soleil.

^'ou, bave,
, mag-ni-fi-seuncte,
ar-be-re,
dherre, 'ye.

rait tre plus


prs.

Vous avez

ab-ree, conhtr,

ehrr, du, so-lay-ye.

Fnnch

ne sau-

mon

qu'il

itr,
',

LEON,

jar-

^U',

ize.

fagne-de, dherre,
,'

00, sett, al-ay,'bor-

bewst, swee-vonh,
conh-dwee, t'ahw,
r.

ar,

owe,

'''wL*'!,^"i"P ^"e alle


' ^r^^^stes, suivons la
Piu conduit
elle
mes fleurs

dhi, sonne.'

ri-tri-te
''

l'ye-quo, ve-r,
motteil'
che, dhate,
av-ve-niou,

bor-

"j:the,

cbrobbe-ze,
tZ'^''
osse,f-lo,ite,ite,con'

letto,

r-fanh, sex-al, duh,

zjem-er-ay,
veevr, ee-see.

y,

or

ne-doque-fce,

Quel doux parfum


s'exbale de
tous cots! j'aimerais
vivre

Ouate,

teezje, ay, sell-

aunh, sonb,

lehrr,
,

La

fonh-say.

plus belle tige est


celle-ci,
^'^ '''' "^'"^ ^^'"

i-pare,

kuh, voo,

-y zjas-saint,
>,

plu,

avduh, play-

'

^J,

Ine trou-the

maye,

r;iai:r''''''^'"pp^"^

pl-je-re.

1-air,

75i:ME

ahw, mahw,

As-say,
tr, rume, manlior tab, bo-coo.
ray, voo, z'ahw,
? woe, zjuh, lub,
h,

meb, vee, sehl,

or tab, plu, deb,


aunhse, may, or
,

ahw, razje, keh,


tay, or tab.

sou-peur-

'ye--sene-t'ce

motte-che,

more

if.^j

A>,
npf
f Ville.
^n"''
cette

P"t ieue de

por-tay, voo,

unh

ite, ize,

LEON.
>e
s

30,

peur-

faye-ne-ste, stemme,
ize,
dhice, ouanne,
dhi, fl-oieurowe, ite, ar, owe, dipe,

oui-the,

y, see-tuay, ahw,
, I'yuh, dub, sett,

di-l-i-te-fonle,

'ye, boude,
laye-que,tou,Iive,here.

En

vrit elle est superbe,


j'es11^.^''^ ^ou< verrez mes

J^hJ,

fonc!'''''

e-tay, ell, ay, su-

i^'ye,'

fioume, ex-al-ze,
fromme, evve-r, s'ye-de,

'Ida

ll,

ton

na-oueur'ze,

?* ^ous portez-vous
^w
maintenant? assez bien,
vo-

rhume m'inquitait
beaucoup,
tre

sauv

? oui,

Lorsque je

-tiou--te-de, ,
,mle,

ma
ize,
l-'

^^,,7',f"'yo"%ne-de,youre.
sei-e,

atte,
prez-zeune-te
youre, roume,
dice-cou'vc
e-te-de, mi,
motte-che.
Hazze, youre,
bli-dign'e, sve-

'^

de,^you?yesse,'ye, tbine-

me

iflli",^
uc

-^

je le pense.

oui-che tou, go, tou,


lanne-de, oui-t'che,

la

vis seul, ce n'^^ l'impatience,

rage que je son:

mn'^7 T' ""*^> o, more,


ime-p-chene-ct., botte,
r'
dje, dhate,
'^c^felte,

iEBi

"''^'^trnmusbiun

92
Etiglish.

your skin

is

jour burning

French pronunciation.

burned, but
not danger-

all
is

ous.

What ails you ? I am verj much


fatigued and thirsty.

Tahw, pc, ay, toot, bru-Iay,


may, or mah, tahw, bru-lure,
nay, pahw, daunh-zjay-ruhzc

Cav-ay, voo ? zjuh, swee, trah,


fat-ee-gay, ay, al-tay-r'ay

'

76th LE3S0X.

You have
last

suffered

your

thirst

much, but at
is

quenched.

Voo, z'av-ay, bo-coo, soo-fare,


may, or mah, z'auuh-fanh,
vottr, swahf, ay, t'ap-ay-zay.

That patient appears to have


the respiration more free
than he had it yesterday.
1 our
paleness
sufficiently
proves to us that you suffer
much at the stomach.

Will you open that trunk and


carry away what is in it?

with much pleasure.

Suh,

nial-ad,

l'a V- war,

par-ay, or ah,
lahw, res-pee-rah-

s'yonh, plu, leebr, k'ill, I'avay, or ah, t'hee-air,


Vottr, pahw-lehrr, noo, proove,

su-fee-zam-aunh,

kuh, voo,

soo-fray, bo-coo, duh, les-to-

mahw.
Voo-lay, voo, z'oov-reer, sub,
coffr, ay, aunh-por-tay, suh,
k'ill,

ee,

av-eck,

ahw, duh-daunh?
bo-coo.

duh,

play-

zeer.

Was

that officer's wound severe? it was mortal.

Lahw,

bles-sewr, duh, sett, of-

fee-s'yay, ay-tay, or tab, fell,

gravv?

Your healing, was

ell,

m or- tell.
it

long?

near four weeks.

ay-tay, or tab,

Vottr, gay-ree-zonh, fu, fell,


lonh'gg? prah, duh, cattr,

sem-enn.

11th

lesson.

^ ^^^^'^
to

^f./L'";/''"?,
yes, as the fire threatened
consume all my property.

'^^^'^^ fo^-te. ay-tay. or tat,


fell, aunh, daunh-zjay ? wee

pwe^sk, luh, fuh, men-as-lay;


sah, duh, conh-su-may,

or

but

^i!if:.rr''.'
^^"'
uZrJ'^^^'l
became a charge
]t

bemg
^'^^^'

to him.

^:^:^\r.%':s:tz^^^^^^^
mah,z'af-y;unh,lahw,presk,'
sare-tee-tude.

mor,

ell,

sharzje.

duh.

luee, dev-anb, tfthw,

9d
pronunciation.
ty,

toot,

bra-lay,

tahw, bru-lure,
daunh-zjay-ruh-

*h,
,

'

zjuh, swee, trah,


ay, al-tay-ray.

Drench.

Ta peau

est toute brle,


mais
ta brlure, n'est
pas
*^
reuse.
"^

dCe!

^r!f"!T^JS"^s
tigu et

'^^*'''*'^ anglaise.

Vn.o

""' ''"' ^^'

^eurne.
de' ;>nH
''^"e, youre,
beur-n.Vn'e
'z^; note,
danne-dje-re-cf
.

trs fa

Ouate, le-ze,

altr.

jn^,

ve.r,

you?Ye ammotte-che,

'C

igue-de, anne-de,
theur-st.

I6im LEON".
bo-coo, soo-fare,
lah, z'auuh-fanh,
f, ay, t'ap-ay-zay.

^m!-

par-ay, or ah,
ihw, res-pee-rah-

Ce malade

leebr, k'ill, I'av-

beaucoup
^""^l

Se.

souffert,
'''*'" '''^ ^'^
^ P-

You. bave, sof-feur-de,


motteChe, botte, atte,
last, youre
theur-ste, ize,
'couenne'chei

parat avoir la respiration plus libre


qu'il

Dhate, p-chene-te,
ap-pre-ze
tou, bave, dhi,
res-pi--clS
ne more, frr,
dbanne, bi

l'avait

.'hee-air.

ehrr, noo, proove,

aunh,
-C00,

kuh, voo,
dub, les-to-

z'oov-reer, sub^
inh-por-tay, sub,
liw,

coo.

duh-daunb?
dub, play-

WT, dub, sett, of-tay, or tab, fell,


a.y-tay, or tab,

J-zonb, fu,
rah,

dub,

Votre pleur nous


prouve suffi,
samment que vous
souffrez
beaucoup de l'estomac.

Voulez-vous ouvrir ce
coffre et
emporter ce qu'il a
dedans?
y
avec beaucoup de

yesse-teur-d.

Y^.^^^''^''
Youre,
ple-ne-ce,

VA

dhate,you,

La blessure de

- .-

sof-fe-re,

mottei

he, atte, dhi,


stom-meque
Oiule,
you, -pe-ne,
dbate

tronne'que, anSe-de

plaisir.

ca-r'

oui-the, motte-cbe
pl-je-re.

cet officier

eue

S"^
4ffl{f

/^

-^

"S^S.e'?i?;:S:;

fell,

cattr,

longne? mre,

fore, ou'k'ce.

Ilim LEON.
ay-tay, or tat,
aunh-zjay ? wee,
fuh, noen-as-say,

I,

conb-su-may,

a fortune

tait-elle

en danger?
OUI, puisque le
feu menaait
de consumer toutes
mes pro-

youre,

for-t'yene,
^"ff
danne-d'je-re?
'

dh.,

dcv-anb, tahw,

Sa vie fut sauve


mais ayant
;
Ja
presque certitude
de la
*; ciie lui advint
charge.

ihe,

yesse, 'az^e

f-ye-re,

'o-pree-ay-tay.

so-vay ; may, or
inh,labw,presk,
dub.
tAhw

'

sof-fi-cbeneP''"^e-ze, tou,
osse,

thr-tene-de

SeT-tr"'"^''^^'"^'^^;

^t:..f'Ar^-fl
"'"^"^
7nr7seur- te-ne

-e-de,

aie-m-ste,
ovve, youre, de-'

u
English.

hope that oiu children will


make our happiness in our

old age.

ehrr,

My rhumatism makes
fer less since

French pronuncialian,
Zjes-pare, kuh, no, z'aunhfaunh, fer-onh, nottr, bondaunli,

nottr,

v'yay-

yess.

ipe suf-

a few weeks.

fay, or fah,

How

long have you been sick


about three weeks.

Was

it of the yellow or black


fever ? pardon me, it was of
the small pox.

TSth

Monh, ru-mah-teece-me, muh,


rawanh, soo-freer,
duh-pwee, kelk, sem-enn.
Conh-b'yanb, duh, taunh, z'avay, voo, z'ay-tay, mal-ad ?
aunh-vee-ronh,
troo-ahw,
sem-enn.
Ay-tace, dey, f'yevvr, zjone,
hoo,

nwar

par-don-ay,

mwah,

say-tay, or tah, dull,


Inhw, pet-cet, vay-rol.

lesson.

The medicines which the doctor


has ordered you to take this
morning, have they relieved
you ? very little.

What is become of the marquis ?


he has escaped, carrying with
him the money of his friends.

Ley, rem-edd, kuh, luh, doctehrr, t'ahw, or-don-ay, duh,


praunhdr,
sub,
mat-anh,
t'onh,
fill,
soo-lah-zjay?
trah, puh.

Kay, dev-en-u, luh, mar-kee?


ih, say, or sah, t'ay-vad-ay,

aunh-por-taunb,
luce,

lar-zjaunh,
z'am-ee.

How

does your servant get on ?


the tumour of her side makes
her suflFer much.

t'av-eck,
sey,

duh,

Com-aunh, vahw, vottr, sarevaunht? sahw, tu-mehrr, o,


co-tay,

lahw,

fay, or

fah,

bo-coo, soo-freer.

His

deafness augments from


to day, and I fear that

day
he

may become very

deaf.

tt is true that his misfortune is

great
but he supports
with resignation.
;

She ^^

it

the misfortune to be
ugly, but she possesses much

wit and charms.

Sahw,
sewr-dce-tay,
ogmaunht, duh, zjoor, aunb,
zjoor, ay, zjuh, cranhj k'ill,
dev-yenn, trah, soor.
Ill, ay, vray, or vrah, kuh, sonli,
mal-ehrr, ay, graunh, may,

or mah, z'ill, luh, su-purt,


av-eck, ray-zing-yass^yonh.
Ell,

ahw, luh, mal-ehrr,


may. or mabj ell

laid

daitr,

oasedd, bo-coo, d'es-pree,' t'&y,


:

duh, sharm.

05
^rommciatian,
uli,
no,
z'aunh-

French.

Jeapere que nos enfantsferont

onli,

nottr, bonnottr, v'jay-

ili,

vSes'e"'^'"'^

^^^"-*-

ch,le.(ire.ne, ouile,

-oue
h-teece-me, muli,

wwanh,

Mon rhumatisme me

soo-freer,

kelk, sem-enn.
(luh,

taunh, z'avtroo-ahw,

f'yevvr,

',

zjone,

Etait-cejdes fivres
jaunes ou
noires? pardonnez-moi,

tay, or tah, duli,


et, vay-rol.

tait

de la petite vrole

luh, doc-

Les remdes que

^ or-don-ay, duh,
suh,

Ha;ou,longn'e, have,
you, bine

mne?

Ouze

soo-lah-zjay ?

I,

luh, mar-kee?
sab, t'ay-vad-ay,
1,

unh,
aunh,

ite,

owe,

3^8
liu

sey,

dhi,

ne, mi, ite, ouze,

docteur

yel-lo,

owe,

dhi.'

LEON.

t'a

^^"'.'"f'e-sene'ze, oui-t'che,
dhi,
doc-te-ro,
hazze, or^
deur-de, you, tou,
tque,
dhice, raur-nign'e,
have, dh

peu.

'

te"ie

Qu'est devenu le
marquis?

t'av-eck,

duh,

le

t ont-ils

-b'oute,'ihri-

or,blaque,n-ve-re?'pW

^'
tWM^ soulag?
f''""^'^ ^atin
trs

mat-anh,

Ouate,

il

^"^

^^''^'

^'^

ize,

bi-comme, owe.
dhi,mar-coui-ce? hi, hazze

vad, emportant
avec
argent de ses amis.

e -kepe-de

car-r-ign'e, ouii

the,hime,dhi,mone-n,ovve,
ihw, vottr, sare-

hw, tu-mehrr, o,
w, fay, or fah,

hize, frenne-d'ze.

Comment va

votre servante?
sa tumeur au ct
la fait

beaucoup

freer.

h,

zjoor,

juh,

cranh,

ogaunh,

te,

souffrir.

guette,

jour et je crains

ah> soor.
'

vrah, kuh, sonh,

y,
!J,

graunh, may,
luh,

su-purtj

zing-yass'jonh.
mal-ehrr, daitr,
>r mahi elL "oa,

d'es-pree^ t'ay,

qu'il

ne trs sourd.
Il

Hize

Elle a le malheur
d'tre laide

deffe-ae-ce,

tce,

fromme, d,

anne-de, 'ye,

tiou-

tou, d,
dhate, hi

me, bi-comme, ve-r,

deffe.

mice-

for-tyeune,ize grter
botte,
hi,sou-pore.t'ce,ite, oui-the
*
r-zigue-n-che-ne.

possde beaucoup
de charmes.

fiTe,

og-mennc-

Ite, ize, trou,


dhate, ize,

avec rsignation.

"iss lie
esprit et

dhi,

he're, sof-fe-re,
mot-'

te-che.

devien-

est vrai que son


malheur est
grand, mais il le
supporte

ne?

me-re, ovye, he're,


s'ye-de,

Sa surdit augmente de
our en

k'ill,

'

H'ou, dozze, youre,


seur-vene-

meque,
r-dee-tay,

'

m., sof.fe-re,
lesse,'sine^-ce,
'
6, fiou, oui-k'ce.

c'-

78MB
kiih,

ne

a-oue're, lc-de,
-d'je.'

smle, poc-se.

I,

mdque

hap-p-ne'ce,

Maye, rou-ma-ti-ze-me,
mquece

semaines.

par-don-ay,

'

moins

Combien de temps
avez-vous
t malade?
environ trois

mal-ad?

'ay-tay,
onli,

fait

souffnr depuis
quelques se-

re,

^.^.^

uiice-ior-i'veu-

ne, tou, bi, og-l,


botte, chi,
po-ses-ce-ze, motte-che,
oui

te,

anne-de, t'charme-z

m\

06
lorn

What

English.
character you have

LESSON.

you

are always in good


humour.

These dear children will


be
very happy to go in
the
country if mc will permit
them.

We

will harvest early this


autumn, yes, if the weather
continues fine.

J'rench pronunciation.
Kell. car-ac-tare, voo,
z'ar-ay

d'al-

lare,

ahw,

lahw,

pang.ye, see,
pare-mett-onh,

Noo,

caunh-

noo,

lehrr,

mwah-son-er-onh,

bon-ehrr, sett, o-ton

duh
wee'

see, luh, taunh,8uh,


conh-tee-

Poor

infirm where have


you
then lost your right
arm?
at the battle of Waterloo.
,

Were

there mahy vessels in


the harbour? there
was but

frigate.

Does your great age prevent


you to walk? no, but it deprives
iii

me

from

my

sight.

nu, bo.

Poavr, anh-feerm, hoo,


av-ay
voo, donhk, pare-du,
vottr
brahw, drooah? nhw, lahw,
bat-i, duh, Waterloo.
Ee, av-ay, or ah, fill,
bo-coo,
duli,ve3-so,z'o,por? ill, nee,
av-ay, or ah, k'une,
fray-gat.

Vottr,

graunh, t'awzje,
z aunh-paish, fill,
duh,

voo,

marshay? nonh, may, or


mah,
z 111, muh, preeve,
duh, lahw,
'

vu.

80th lesson.

Do you

see these ladies, they


seem pleased, it is not
surprising they comp from
the
theatre.

Vwah-yay, voo, sey, dam, com,


ell, zonb, l'air,
ree-aunht?
r yanh, duh,
sewr-pren-aunh,
ell,

How do

you

find the climate of


the United States? I
prefer
to that of Canada.

It

v'yenn, du, tay-awtr.

Com-aunh, troo-vay, voo,

the brains embarrassed? no, not at present.

Do you

hear the cries of these


unfortunates who are drown-

ning? yes,

go to their

aid.

luh,

clee-mahw, dey, z'ay-tahwz unee ? zjuh, lub,


pray-fare,
ah,

Have you

voo, z'ait, too-zjoor,


duh,
bon, hu-mehrr.
Sey, share, zaunh-faunh,
serpnh, trah, conh-taunh,

ahw.

seh-iuee,

dey,

Can-ad-

Av-ay, voo, luh, sare-vo,


aunh'
bar-ass-ay?
nonh, pahw,
z ahw, pray-zaunh.
Aunh-taunh-day, voo, ley, cre,
duh, sey, mal-er-ruh,
kee
sun. nwah? wsf^ -' .u
^j">
or vah, z'ahw, lehrr,

coor,

iiJl

sell

07
9iMB

yronuncidtion.

LEON.

tare,

voo, z'at-ay ?
too-zjoor, duh,

Quel caractrrvo'u;avcz

"""^laise.
OuJ.ZT''''^'^''
ar-ac-te-re, you
havA?
you, ar,
le-oz,C,goude

vous
tes toujours
de bonne
h
""^^ !>"-

hrr.

zaunh-fauni),

'

meur.

serconh-taunh, d'al-

lahw,
caunhnoo, lehrr,

see,

'

>nh.

son-er-onh,

ouile, peur-mite,

duh,
0-ton; wee,
mhjsuh, conh-tee-

Nous moissonnerons
de bonne
heure cette
automne? oi^f

lett,

81 le

>erm, hoo, av-aj',

pare-du, rottr,

:,

)ah ? nhw, lahw,


Vaterloo.
ah, fill, bo-coo,

z'o,por?

ill, nee,
k'une, fray-gat.

I,

temps se continue

t'awzje,

dh,cea.te-me,yess'e,ifc,dh1;
"v
'
OUO-Uhe-rp f>nnn/> *

Pauvre infirme o
donc perdu votre avez-voug
bras droit?
la bataille do Waterloo
Y'avait-il

beaucoup de vais-

^eauxauport? iln'yav

fill,

dam, com,
ree-aimht?
3ewr-pren-aunh,

''^"*^-niou-ze,

'

f'ye-ne

Pour ine-feur-me,
ouairo, have
you dhenne,
l-ste, ^oule,'
luye-te, urme?
atte, dhi
^^'' Ou-te'ur.lo;
Ouai; ;.'
uuaire,
dherre, menne-,
vesseul-ze,
ine, dhi,

har-be-re^

^her-,ouze,bW,':S!

voo,

duh, marI,
may, or mah,
eeve, duh, lahw.
I,

^^' ?" ^Pmarcher? non


'
prive de la vue

che-t^/Tl
cne-t-u
de
mais

il

me

SOsfB

sey,

|,

Dozze, youre,
grte, -d'je nrf
venne-te, you, to'u,
o^aqfe?
no, botte, ate,
di-pr'ye-Vz/
W', fromme,
m'ye, s'yc-Je'

LEON.

eues ont

l'air

tay-awtr.

riantes? rien

voo, luh,
3ey, z'ay-tahw^
,

lub, pray-fare,

dey,

Can-ad-

'

dhize,

l-dzc

plr-z'de, ite

comme, fromme,

Comment

trouvez-vous le cli"l^atd
Etats-Unis? je le
prfre celui des
Canadas

i^?

aiiXtt

^^^^-''
"d^ve
?t^"'
ciaye-mete,
owe, dhi,

na'ye.te.de,

Stt-ce

^Ve
'''-'

voo, ley, cre,


kee.

ftl-er-ruh,
Xrat\

"^Jl

lehrr,

o^rSn-^Vs-'

pahw,

seh

dhi,
von.^

?'

sare-vo, aunh-

nonh,
aunh.
'j

SI,

dh4^
dh, sime,

note,seur-pr'ye-zign'e'dh'
>-vay,

rass? non, pas


prsent.

Entendez-vous

les cris des


mal^-areui qui Be
noient? oui
'
je vais leur
secours.

t^y^*-.

nISce
6" Ci

r_

"a
j'^ssc,

dherre, aide.

'

prez-zene-te.
Drill

iP

air,

lu,

'

Oui, ouile,
har-ve-ste, heur-l

bea!,!

qu'une frgate.

dilemme

,,

'

"Tip
aye, "'
jo _[ou.
ton
-^

'

08
English.

Which do you like


field ermine? I

better,

your

like your's

better.

m'yanh

understand your Ijvc, it is


desperate, you are mistaken.

French pronunciation.
Luh-kell, ay-may, voo, m'yuh,
vottr,
shaunh, hoo, luh,

do you find our fruittrees ? very fine, and I admire


them.

are getting vexed


cannot suffer that
cheat me.

zjemm, m'yuh, luh,

LESSON.

818T

How

You

voatr.
Zjuh, conh-praunh, vottr, amoor, ill, ay, day-zes-pay-ray,
voo, voo, tronh-pay.

yes,

Com-aunh, troo-vay, voo,


z'arbr-fruee-t'yay ? for,
ay, zjuh, ley, z'ad-meer.

no,
bo,

to

Voo, voo, fahw-shay ? wee, car,


zjuh, neh, pwee, soo-freer,
sett, om, muh, tree-shay.

Their pleasure makes itself


well understood, and we
partake of it with them.

Lehrr, play-zeer, suh, fay, or,


fah, b'yanh, conh-praunhdr,
ay, noo, luh, par-tah-zjonh

man

z'av-eck, ell.

Your look is very piercing and


your smile very gracious.

My good

plight

is

preferable to

your leanness.

Do not

disturb their sleep, they


are very fatigued.

Vottr, reh-gar, ay, trah, peccaunh, ay, vottr, soo-reer,


trah, gras-yuh.

Monh, n'aunh-bonh-pwanh, ay,


pray-fay-rahbl, ahw, vottr,
may-grehrr.
Nuh, troo-blay, pahw, lehrr,
8um-may-ye, ill, sonh, trah,
fat-ee-gay.

82nd lesson.

Have you not

their

promise

which guarantees you


I

If I

have.
did not stop you,

would you do ?
him ill.
Are you
soon?

to

yes,

what

would use

have a holy day

yes, we expect that it


will be about the month of

Nav-ay, voo, pahw, lehrr, promess, kee, voo, gar-aunh-tee?


wee, zjuh, I'ay.
See, zjuh, nuh, voo, z'ar-raytay, or tah, pahw, kuh, feryay, voo? zjeh, luh, maltray-ter-ay, or ah.
Ait, voo, poor, avconh-~'

9
ynunciation.

French.

voo, m'yuh,
nb,
hoo,
luh,

lay,

mm, m'yuh,
unli, vottr,

Lequel aimez-rous
mieux votre
champ ou le mien?

mieux

lub,

am-

iay-zes-pay-ray,

nh-pay.

que,
bet-te-re, youre,
fiIe-de, or

j'aime

le vtre.

mye-ne?

'ye'

Wy^^aul:

youre-ze, bct-te-re.""'^''"'''

Je comprends votre
amour, il
est
dsesp r, vous vous
tromp.

youn. lovvo,

itc.,

ize,

dcssei

Pe-rto, you, ar,


mice-t-ke-

SliME
o-vay, voo, no,
'yay ? for, bo,
z'ad-meer.

Comment

shay ? wee, car,


wee, SCO-freer,
1, tree-shay.

Vous vous fchez?

sub, fay, or,

r,

conh-praunhdr,
par-tah-zjonh

ay, trah, pecsoo-reer,

'ottr,
i.

)nh-pwanh, ay,
I,
ahw, vottr,

LEON.

trouvez-vous nos arbres-friutiera? fort


beaux et
jo les admire.

m-yore, dhemme.

oui, car

lou,

j.
ne puis souffrir cet
hom.uo

me
Leur

tricher.

plaisir se fait bien


et nous le

prendre,

geons avec

com-

elles.

sou^i-L

Mon embonpoint

ar,

Dlierre,

pl-je-re,

te-sel-fe, ouelle,

stoude,
toque,

irs.*
'

'

II,

lehrr,

sonb, trab,

gar-aunh-tee?

'

Ne troublez pas

leur sommeil
sont trs fatigus.

N'avez-vous pas leur


promesse
qui vous garantie ?
oui je
l'ai.

voo, z'ar-rayihw, kuh, fereh,


'

luh,

mal-

Si je ne vous arrtais
pas que
feriez-vous? je le
maltraterais.

ah.

av-war, anh,
puh? wee,
nh, kuh, suh,

3,

iuh,
br.

mwahw,

mque-ce
oui,

ite,

Z.

oui-Se '

gra!
*:

82ME
nv, lehrr, pro-

''

est prfrable

a votre maigiiieuf

Ils

'

onne-deur^

anne-de,

owe,
dhemme.

l^-fe-.-e-bole,

pahw,

guet-tign'e,

vcxte
yesse, 'ye,
cane-notte, aof-

parta-

Votre regard esL- tree


.piouart,
et votre
cieux.

louere, froute-tri/e?
ve-r
faye-ne, anne-do,
a'yc. ad'
^

Etes-vous pour avoir un


cori^
sous peu? oui, nous
pensons
que ce sera vers le mois a^
aeptembre.

fo.r,

l-ire-ut-ce.

youre
.J^ure,

Orfu, ilote,
dlce-eur.be, dherre
'''' '^'^'' ^^-

fee'"''
LEON
y
Have you,
,

me

note, db rie,

prom-

oui-t'ohe,

gar-eune^"]./sse, 'ye, bave.


Tf.
S
Ife, 'ye, dide,
note, stoppe
you, ouate, boude,
;ou, dou'j
a'ye, boude,
youz, hime, il.
fi-.:""'

Ar, you, tou, bave,

soune? yesse,

b-le-d

oui, 'ex-specte!
...te i.e, ouiie, bi,
-b'ou:
te,
dhi, monne-the,

sep-temme-be-re.

owe

'

Wh

100
English,
In truth

II,

']i\m, wlion

8eri(>us

you

lintcful

liiiiiioiir.

Tlioir

at

hn\o. tho nir of

licariiif,'

the

U'a.st

awake.
That fall,
yes, it

French pronunciation.

you arc

id

st>

Aunh, vay-ree-tay, mad-aram,

lors'kuh,
.viihzc,

they

z'ait,

sarc-

z'av-ay,

I'alr,

ruuf,
u-mehrr,
inas-sacraunht.
Lohrt, liooVc, ay, sec, fanh, co,

keen that

iioiso

voo,.

voo,

niwanhdr,

all

brace,

ell,

say-

vay-ye, tOOt.
not adjiiirablo?
truly piclurosquo.

is it

is

Sett,

shuto, n'ay, t'cU, pahw,


z'ail-inpc-rahbl ? wee, ell, ay,

vrny-nmimh, pco-to-resk.

LK.SSOX.

fi.liiD

How

do you

liuci our town?


very lively, trad aj (pears to
be very flourishliig.

What do you

think

of

Com-aunh, troo-vay,voo,

notti

veel? trah, vec-vaunht, luh^


coni-uiairce, ce, par-ay, or
ah, llo-rcc-saunh.

my

Kuh, paunh-say, voo, duh, mey,

slaves ? 1 find that these unfortunates are very obedient

z'es-clavv? zjuh, troovo,kuh,


mal-er-ruh, voo, sonb,
trull, //o-beyrce-saunh.
scy,

to you.
'.

His heart

wants

^o 'ejliug. >Uat the


of othcra paas .;hvaj
Is

before His,

^p'\h, khrr. ay* see, conh-patee-saunh, kuh, ley,


bezwtuih,- de:', //of'tr, pass,
tooz-joor, 7'aV-ijhl:, ley,
s'yanh.
;

your pre^bylory as solid '-vi


it is elegantly constructed?

Is

yes

sir.

What a

luagnilicent

vessel

but I would bet that she


does not sail well.

That captain is an excellent


seaman, he is as intrepid as
is

pfayzc-bec-tare, ay,

fill,

OS-see, so-leed-maunh, k'ay-

lay-gam-aunh, conh-struee ?
wee, mos-yuh,
Kell, mang-yee-feck, nav-eer!
wee, may, or mah, zjuh, par^

yea,

he

ottr,

courageous.

ee-ray,

or rah,

k'ill,

u'ay,

pahw, bonh, vwal-yay.


Huh,

cah-pee-ten, ay, t'anh,


n'ex-cel-aunh, mar-anh, ill,

ny,

t'os-scc, anh-tray-peed,
keh, coor-ah-zjuh.

84th lesson.

Your ideas are more sad


-

.-. atC DvUer.

but

Vo,

paunh-say,

t-rccsi

sonh.

olu

may, or mah, vo,

mehrce, sonh, raay-yehrr.

T,

lOJ

French.

j^^s to.

Srions.,

;oun;fo

infts-sac-

Lour o,r... est


;^^^bnnt

si

n,u,'au moin.

elles

.Y.voi,,.'!

"rflblo? oni,
elle

oirin
"- '"-10

''

S3>:mi.;

lilt

LEox.
I^H >",

Ville? trs
vivanlo, lo com
parat tr.fioHsS:

vosso

'"''CO,-

(Ion,

you,

ni-nc-d,.

',r""^.f'N

taouno? \o.n''

I^y^-\10,

trdo, np-pirc-/.'

ovv

^""'

?".'

''iuc-quo.

2:;''> "J-<', slvcze? ftVt?


J"fe'ne.de, dhato,
dhi^c on^oi
fo M.ou-ntc-co,

o-b,

?'

''

^*^'"l'"tissant

^Tue'^'ioJ
assent toujour.s
r^'''' "^'^ '^"^^^
imsent
avant les

^^l^'^.Vroshytrc

cst-il

>

sa-Ii-dc

've.J

'

you

i^o

go t.L,ic
ouane-Vc; >V;e'

vob-se-le

yesse, botte,
'vo
''ude,
bette,
dbato
cbi'
''"'
C10..0, note,
slo, ouello.

Ce

capitaine est un
oxcellonf
^arin, il est aussi

cap-te-nc, i>;e,
anno oycel-eune-te,
si-manue^uze
azze, ine-tr-pe-de,

ize,

84KME

'^liatc,

intrpido
' "'^*'PWc

r>1na
*-:-x.
n

azzo, ite, izc,


l-ec-

it-dc ? yesse,
sc-ro.

voilier.

Vos
^^ l^uavcB
penses sont

dhi,

tou,

ans,!

Quoi magnifique
navire! oui
mais je parierais
qu'il nlst
pas bon

quo courageux.

J-arte,

"'^f te,

construit? oui
mousionr.

ar,

d>no.lo,

az.e

cor-d-dje-ce

LEON.
__

ze, ar, bet-te-re.

hi'

'

'

:""JPUP.r.,tjv^v.

102
English.

il

The box

in

which was your

linen is it found ? yes, thanks


to the search of the pilot.

French pronunciation.
val-eeze, daunh, lahw-

Lahw,

kell, ay-tay, or tah, vottr,


lenzje, ay-t'ell, reh-troo-vay ?

wee, grawse,

Last year

and in
months

had

all

my

hair,

the
I

space of five
Ipst almost the

whole.

That ship has lost her helm,


and she was exposed to great
danger.

Your

negrof>s are arrived, your


sailors are gone, but your
ship is still in the roadstead.

Do you expect your

sons before
the thawing of the snow?
no, I think that they will
not return before the opening
of the navigation.

o, reh-shairsh,
du, pee-lutt.
Lan-ay, dare-n'yare, z'jav-ay,
or ah, too, raey, sheh-vuh;
ay, daunh, I'es-pass, dub,
sanh, mwahw, zjuh, ley, z'ay,
pres-keh, too, pare-du.
Suh, bat-ee-maunh, ahw, paredu, sonh, goo-vare-ni, ay, ill,
fu,
t'ex-po-zay, ahw, duh,

graunh, daunh-zjay.
Vo, naigr, sonh, t'ar-ee-vay,
vo, mat-el-o, sonh, par-tee
vottr, nav-eer,
ay, t'aunh-cor, aunh, rad.
;

may, or mah,

At-taunh-day, voo, vo, feece,


av-aunh, lahw, fonht, dey,
naizje ? nonh, zjuh, paunhse,
k'ill, nub, reh-v'yanh-dronh,
k'ahw, loo-vare-ture, duh,
lahw, nav-ig-ass-yonh.

85th LESSOxV.

Your memory and your

ideas
are as sound as your dispo-

sition is good.

Vottr, may-mwar, ay, vo, z'eeday, sonh, t'os-see, senn, kuh,


vo, dis-po-zees-yonh, sonh,

bun.

When

hast thou travelled by


the diligence ? there is about

two months and a

Caunh, t'ahw,
zjay,

par,

vwah-yah-

tu,

lahw,

dee-lee-

zjaunce ? ill, ee, ahw, aunhvee-ronh, duh, mwahw, z'aydem-ee.

half.

Do you sec that young girl


how she has the hair curled ?
3'^es,
II!

believe that she

IS

an

actress.

Vwah-yay, voo, sett, zjenn,


feel-ye, com, ell, ahw, ley,
sheh-vuh,

boo-clay ?

wee,

zjuh, croo-ah, keh, sey, t'une,

com-ay-d'yen.

Was

not last year that I had


gftvftd you from the wreck ?
pardon me, it is two years
it

go.

Nay-t'ace, pahw, launh, dareIraVi

-V"J

Vf\f\
-J

so-vay, du, no-frazje?

don-ay,
z'annh.

ill,

ee,

ahw,

parduh,

103
nciation.
tah,

vottr,

eh-troo-vay ?
reh-shairsh,
ire,

z'jav-ay,

sheh-vuh;
s-pass, duh,

y^,

uh, ley, z'ay,


ire-du.

ahw, pare-

1,

ay,

,re-ni,

French,

launh, lahw-

ill,

ahw, dub,

La

valise

dana laquelle tait


votre Imge, eat-elle
retrouve? oui, grce aux
recherches du pilote.

L'anne dernire
j'avais tous
mes cheveuj et dans
l'espace de cinq mois
je les ai
;

presque tous perdus.

Ce btiment a perdu
son gouvernail, et

il

fut

de grands dangers.

expos

!jay.

t'ar-ee-vay,
nh, par-tee
;

ittr,

nav-eer,

lunb, rad.

),

vo, feece,
fonht, dey,

paunhse,
yanb-dronb,
!-ture,
dub,
ub,

Prononciation anglaise.
Dhi, boc-se, ine,
oui-t'che, ouze, youre, li-ne-ne,
ize,
ite,

f'ounde?ye8se,thanne-k'ce
seur-t'cbe,
J,t'
Hv' p'ye-le-te.
dhi,

ma'ye,
dhi,

arrivs, vos
matelots sont partis;
mais
votre navire est
encore en

rade.

Attendez-vous vos fils


avant
la fonte des neiges?
non, je
pense qu'ils ne
reviendront

qua l'ouverture de la
navigation.

anne-de

ine
f'ye-ve

owe,

danne-d'je-re.

Youre, n-grze, ar,


ar-r'yevde, youre, s-lere-ze,
ar,

pne,

botte,

sUde
Dou, you,

youre,

'''^'
'

sonne-ze,

^^''

ex-pec-te,
bi-fre,

chipe
'^"^^youre.
th-

dhi,

aye, thme-que, dhate,


dh

ouile, note, ri-teurne,


bjfore
dhi, o-pe-nign'e,

-yonh.

owe,

na-vi-gu-che-ne.

dhi '

85ME LEOiY.
ay, vo, z'ee*

senn, kub,
yonb, sonb,
e,

vwah-yah-

w,

dee-lee-

ahw, aunhiwahw, z'ayzjenn,

sett,
1,

ahw,

;lay ?
b,

ley,

wee,

sey, t'une,

aunb, dare-,

.-,

Votre mmoire et
vos ides
sont aussi saines
que vos
dispositions sont bonnes.

Quand

as-tu voyag par


dligence? il y a environ
deux
mois et demi.

par-

ahw,

duh,

Ouenne, haste,
dh'ou,tra-vele.

di-ll-d'jenei%
r> *^^''
ce? dherre,
ize,

cette

comme

jeune

fille

elle a les cheveux


boucls? oui, je crois
que
c est une comdienne.

N'tait-ce pas l'an dernier


que

pardonnez,

il

-b'oute.

monne-th'ce,

anne-de

e, bafife.

=.vj

azje ?

Voure,
m-mo-r,
anne-de,
youre, 'ye-dize, ar,
azze
sounde, azze, youre,
dicepo-zi-cbe-ne, ize, goude.

tou,

^oyez-vous

y a deux

ans.

'

monne-th'ce, 'ye, l-ste,


lemo-ste, dhi, hole.
Dhate, chipe, hazze,
l-ste,
here, helme, anne-de,
chi
ouaze, ex-poze-de,
tou, grte,

Vos ngres sont

hre,
spce,

owe

Dou, you,
g'eur^,

'

si,

dhate, yongn'e,
h'ou, chi,' hfzze'

ib ?\^.! kerle.de?
ye, bi-hve,

yesse,

dhate, chi, ize


anne, ac-tre-ce.
Ouze, ite, note. laafA svdhate 'ye, hadde,
sW'de!
you, fromme, dhi,
recque?
par-de-ne, mi, ite, ize,
tou
rre-ze, -go.

104
Englisfi.

That box contains the onamela


and corals which you Imvo
asked of rao by your apprentice.

Sett,

French pronunciation.
bwaht, conh-t'yanh,

ley,

/,'ay-mo, z'ay, ley, cor-o, keh,

voo, muh, feet, dem-aunhday, par, vottr, ap-praunhtci'.

not at breakfast that you


have eaten boiled eggs ? no,

Is it

it

was at supper.

8GTn

much

z'o, day-zjen-uoy,
TOO, z'av-ay, maunhmy, dcy, ss'chf, boo-yec ?
nonh, sfiy-tay, or tah, t'o,
soo-pny.

kuli,

LESSON.

Her throat and her eyes arc


better? she suffers
since last night.

Nucp, pahw,

less

Your head-ache, andjyour pain


the stomach, are they
cured? no I feel from time
in

to tima great pains.

Sahw,

gorzje,

ay, scy,

z'yuh,

sonh, fill, m'yuh? ell, soofr,


bo-coo, mwanh, duh-pwee,
hcc-air, o, swar.
To, mo, duh, tait, ay, d'cs-tomahw, sonh, fill, gay-rec,
nonh, zjuh, res-aunh, duh,
taunh, z'ahw, oatr, duh, furt,
doo-lehrr.

Do you

see that

woman who

cannot walk? yes, she has


lost the use of her limbs.

Vwah-yay, voo,

famm,

puh, pahw, marwee, ell, ahw, pare-

shay?
du,

Have you written

sett,

kee, nuh,

I'u-zazjc,

dull,

sey,

maunhbr.
to discover

your effects ? yes, when have


you written ? tuesday last.

Av-ay,

voo, z'ay-crec, poor,


reh-troo-vay, vo, z'ay-fay, or
fah? wee, kaunh,f av-ay, voo,

z'ay-crco,

mar-dec,

darc-

n'yay.

Does that basket contain the


fruit which
that country
woman ought to bring me ?
yes miss.

my tenants refused
to sign the leases, but this
year it is necessary that they
consent to it.

Last year

Suh, pan-yay, conh-f yanh, fill,


ley, fruee, kuh, sett, pay-ezan, dev-ay, or ah, map-ortay? wee, mad-mwah-zell.

Launh,

dare-n'yay, mey, loz'onh,


reh-fu-zay,
duh, sing-yay, dey, bo, may,
or mah, sett, an-nay, ill, fo,
cat-air,

k'ill, z'ee,

conh-saunht.

105
French.
,.
Cotto bote contient
;..:"'

htos

les

mmx

/'"- quo vous

demander

apprenti.

pnr
'

?ia/ion aufflaisc.

n>,*

-se,
conne-tne-zc,
,:>
Uhi,or,H-..-meuI.ze,anne.de

me

votre

or-reuI-/c,
;avo,

iyo,

N'est-ce pas au
djeuner que
vous avez mang
des ufs

oui-t'chc,

you

asque-de, owe, m
youre, ap-prenne-te'

Ize, ite

notte, atte, brque-fe8tc,dhate, you, have,


-tc-no,

boujlhs? non, c'tait


au sou-

b'/e-l'do,

per.

cgzo?

'no,

ouzc, atte, sop-po-ro.

LKON.

8Ci:MR.

Sa gorge
m>eux?

et ses

yeux sont-ils
elle souffre beaucoup
moins depuis hier au
soir.

Vosmauxdetteetd'estomach
sont-Ils guris, non,
je rcssents de temps
autre do
lortes douleurs.

Voyez-vous cette femme


qui no
peut pas marcher? oui
elle a
perdu l'usage de ses

membres

ite '

Hc're,

thrte,

ye-zc,
cln,

ar,

annc-de, he'rc,
dh, bet-te-re?

sof.feur-ze,

motte-clie,

Icsse,

smc-ce, laste, nd'ye-te


Youre, hedde-que,
anne-de
youre, pne, ine, dhi,
stommeque, ar, dh,
kioure-de?
no, 'yc, fle, fromme,
t'vctou,
ta'ye-me,
grte,

y,
pene-ze.
Dou, you,

'

dhate, ou-me-nc,
liou,
cane-notte, ou-que?
ycsse, chi, hazze,
l-ste, dhi

youcc,

si,

owe,

'

he're, lime-ze

rit-te-ne? tiouze-d,
lste.

Ce panier
que

contient-il les fruits


cette paysanne

m apporter?

devait

oui

mademoi-

Dozze, dhate, basse-ke-te,


conne-tne,dhi,froute,oui.t'che.
dhate, conne-tr,
ou-me-nc
Hte,

L'an dernier mes


locataires ont
refus de signer
des baux,
mais cette anne il faut

qu'ils

consentent.

tou,brign'e,mi? yegge
'
mice.
Laste, re, m'ye,
tenne-eunetce,n.fiouze-de,tou,s'ye.ne,
dhi, h-ceze, botte,
dhice,
ire

ite

ize,

n-ces-s-r, dhate.
a n, conne-senne-te.
tou. ite

:1

106

lesson.

57th
English.

Are your oxen and cows


fields?

yes,

sheep, and
there also.

French pronounclalon.
in the

ray hogs,
horse

my

Vo,

behff, ay, vo, vash, sonb,

my

fill, z'o,

are

co-shonh,
z'ay,

shaunh ? wee, mey,


mey, moo-tonh,
monh, shev-al, ee, sonh,

t'os-seo.
r

received this moment your


letter of date the second instant with your note which
was enclosed in it.

Zjuh, ruh-swah, z'ahw, ianhstaunh, vottr, lettr, aunh,


dat, du, duh, coo-raunh, aveck, vottr, beel-yay, or yah,
kee, see, troo-vay, or vah,
t'anh-clu.

What do you

teach ? we teach
French, English, I lian, and
a little of the GreoK.

Caunh-saing-yay, voo ? noo,


z'aunh - saing - yonh,
luh,
Fraunh-say, or sab, Launh-

Have you caused your knives

glay, or glah, Lee-tal-yanb,


ay, anb, pub, deb, Greek.
Av-ay, voo, fay, or fab, rehpas-say, vo, coo-toe, ay, fay,

to be sharpened, and have


you caused your spoons and

forks to be cleaned? yes

Will you rent

me your

sir.

land

yes, on condition that you


will sign a lease and furnish

me with

How much
for

tliat

pounds

security.

do you ask a year


farm ? thirty-six

is

the lowest price.

or fab, nay-twah-yay, vo,


cule-yarc,
z'ay, vo,
foorsliett? wee, mos-yuh.

Voo-lay,

voo,

mub, loo-ay,
abw, conh-

vottr, tare? wee,

diss-yonb, kub, voo, singyer-ay, anh, bi, ay, voo, mub,


foor-nee-ray, une, co-s'yonb!

Conh-b'yanb,

dem-aunb-day,

voo, par, an-nay, poor, sett,


fairm? traunbt, see, looee,
ay, luh, phi, bahw, pree.

88th lesson.

What

do you take at your


a quarter of an hour
at breakfast and half an hour
titne

tneals ?

at dinner

and supper.

Return us our plates, our dishes,


our bottles, our decanters,

Conh-b'yanb, duh, taunb, metvoo, z'ahw, vo, rebanh, car-dehrr, o,


day-zjen-ay, ay, une, dem-eeebrr, o, dee-nay, ay, o, soopay.
tay,

pahw?

Ruh-met-tay, noo, no, z'as-yett,


no, pluhw, no, b^^-tay-ye.

il

107

,1

i'

I
I

87iMB
nclalont
vash, sonb,
f
wee, mej-,

moo-tonli,
sonb,

al, ee,

ahw, lanhcttr,
aunh,
-raunli, av-

ay, or yah,
ay,

or vali,

voo

noo,
luh,

onh,

Launh-

ah,

se-tal-yanh,
I,

reh-

fah,

oe, ay, fay,

ih-yay, vo,
vo,
foor-

yuh.
b,

aux champs? oui, mes


cochons, mes moutons
et
mon cheval y sont aussi.
ils

Je reois l'instant votre


lettre
en date du doux courant
avec

voo, singvoo, muh,


co-s'yonh.
,

Qu'enseignez-vous? nous enseignons le Franais, l'Anglais, l'Italien et

un peu de

Avez-vous
couteaux

fait

repasser

vos

et fait nettoyer vos


cuillres et vos fourchettes
?

Oui monsieur.

Voulez-vous
terre ?

vous
vous

me

louer

votre

condition que
signerez un bail et
fournirez une cau-

oui,

me
me

poor, sett,
see, looee,
', pree.

m'ye,

maye,

Combien demandez-vous par


anne pour cette ferme ?
trente-six louis est le
plus
bas prix.

hgue-ze,

chipe, annc-de, m'ye,


hor-ce, ar, dherre, le-so.
Aye, n-sive-de, dhice, mo-meune-te, youre, let-te-re,
owe,
dote, dhi, se-keune-de,
inne8teune-te,
oui-the,
youre,
note, oui-t'che, ouze,
ine-

cloze-de, ine, ite.

Ouate, dou, you, t-t'che?


oui,
ti-t'che, Frenne-che,
Ine-gliche, I-tal-ye-ne, anne-de,
,
iit-te-le, ovvo, dhi,
Grque.

Have,

you,

cze-de,

youre,
char-pebave, you,
youre, spoune-ze,

n'ye-v'ze, tou,
ne-de, anne-de,

cze-de,

tion.

-aunh-day,

yesse,

votre billet qui s'y trouvait

loo-ay,

ahw, conh-

Prononciation anglaise.
Ar, youre, oc-se-ne,
annc-de,
cou-ze, ine, dhi, file-d'ze?

inclus.

Grec.

Greek,

Prench.

vos bufs et vos vaches


sont-

LEON.

bi,

anne-dc, fre-k'ce, tou,


bi
clne-de ? yesse, se-re.
Ouile, you, renne-te,
mi, youre,

lanne-de? yesse, ne, conne-di-che-ne,


dhate,
you,
ouile, 8'ye-ne, , lice,
annede, ouile, feur-ni-che,
oui-the, si-kiou-ri-t.

mi,

H'ou, motte-che, dou,


you, asque, , re, for, dhate, frme
?
theur-t, sixe, p'ounde-ze,
ize, dhi,

lo-euce-te, pr'ye-ce.

88MK LEON.
aunh, met'
ve, reh-dehrr,
le,

ly,

o,

dem-ee0,

800-

Combien de temps mettez-vous


vos repas? un quart d'heure
au djeuner, et une
demie
heure au diner et au souper.

Ouate,

t'ye-me,
dou, you,
tque, atte, youre, mle-ze
?
, coure-te-re, owe, anne,
h-oue're, atte, brque-fe-ste,
anne-de. hiiffp anno i^a ^
>

atte, di-ne-re, anne-de,


sop^

z'as-jett,

'"-tay-ye.

Remettez-nous nos assiettes


nos plats, nos bouteilles,
nos

pe-re.

Ri-teurne, osse, -oue're, pltec,

-oue're,

di-che-z,

108
English.

our

French pronounciaton.
no, car-afF, no, wheel-yay,
.

oil-cruots,
and
back our napkins.

brincr

ay,

rap-por-tay,

noo,

no,

sare-v'yett.

Will you sell us your cups, anxl


saucers, your sugar box, also
the remainder of your
crockery ? not to day.

^oo-lay,

voo, noo, vaunhdr,


vo, soo-coop, vo,
su-cree-ay, anh-see, kuh, luh,
vo,

tass,

duh,

rest,

vottr,

ves-sell?

pahw, z'o-zjoor-dwee.
have four daughters, which
of them do you take charge
of during the voyage? of
the youngest and eldest.

To whom

are that watch

and

ring? they are to that lady


and that sword? to that
gentleman.
;

Do

these ladies

come with us ?
of whom do you speak ? of
those whom we have accompanied to the ball last night.

Zjay, cattr, feel-ye, dey,


kell,
voo, shar-zjay, voo, paunh-

daunh,

luh,

vwah-yazje

Ahw,
ay,

kee, sonh, sett, monhtr,


sett,

bag?

sahbr?

sonh,
sb,
suh, zjaunh-

^^;

A^'o^'^**'

ahw,

ell,

tee-om.
Sey, dam, v'yen, fell, z'av-eck,

noo ? dey-kell, par-lay, voo ?


duh, sell, kuh, noo, z'av-onh,
z'ac-conh-pang-yay, z'o, bal,
hee-air, swar.

89TU LESSOxY.

How

do you find these gentle-

men ?
but

I find

them

J prefer this

all amiable,

one to

that.

Com-maunh, troo-vay, voo,


sey, me3s-yuh?
zjuh, ley,
troove, too, z'ay-mahbl, may,
or mah, zjuh, pray-fare, sehluee-see,

our parents who ought to


warn us of the faults which
we commit and not you.

Tt IS

You should not wish


lil

to another

more harm than you should


desire f c happen to yourself.

duh, Inhw, cad-ett, ay, duh,


lay-nay.

ahw, sch-luee-lahw.

Suh, sonh, no, par-aunh, kee,

dwahve,
dey,

noo,

z'av-air-teer,

kuh, noo, commet-tonh, ay, nonh, pahw,


voo.
Ill, nuh, fo, pahw,
soo-ett-air,
foat,

ahw, o-truee,
kuh.

voo.

plu, deh, mal,

dnv.!Koo-i.>-'iro.r

zaunb, n'av-war, voo-mam.

109
071.

wheel-yay,
noo,

French.
carafes,

no,

Prononciation anglaise
a-oue're,bot.teul-ze,.oue're
cli-canne-teur-ze,
'u-oue're,'
i>ele, crou-ote-ce,

noa

huiliers, et ran
^
Portez-nous nos
serviettes

anne-dP

vaunhdr,

!;K.^-'^--'-.-ppt

Voulez-vous nous
vendre vos
tasses, vos
soucoupes, vos
sucriers, ainsi que
le^reste de
votre vaisselle?
pas aujour.

)-coop,

vo,
e,kuh, luh,
vep-sell?

tree.

Ou'Ie,

quatre filles,
desquelles
vous chargez-vous
levoyage? de la
cadette

pSn

sonli,

oague?
fame;

elles

et

ce

sont cettP
"'
sabre?

voo ?

z'av-onh,

viennent-elles avec

non?'?''
nous?
desquelles

parlevous? de cilles
que nous
avons^accompagnde's au

bal.

z'o,

vVc-d^e

Cl

oui-theosse? owe,
houme
'l^'*i"^
ovve
dhL '7'
aoze,
houme, oui. have
ac-comme-pe-nde, tou,

dhi''

blc, laste,
n'ye-t.

ay,

SdHB LEON.

voo,

ijuh,

ley,

khbl,

may,

Comment

trouvez-vous
ces
messieurs? je les trouve
tous
aimables, mais je

sehlee-lahw.
fare,

celui-ci

Il'ou,

doii

w.ii

/'^

prfre

celui-l.

ml), kee,
-air-teer,
>o,

b,

Ce sont nos parents

qui doivent

nous avertir des


fautes que
nous commettons
et non ?as

compahw,

"ou, aie, tou,


ourne,

mal,

Il

ne faut pas
souhaitera ""
aunlnn ^a v,-i

trui

0-mam.

n,ai~

ovve,db,i,fa,e.t.ee,^S;

o-ett-air,
leh,

'

tche, anne-de,
rign'e? dh
ar,tou,dhate,l'.d!,ane-Sf;
dhate, sre-de?
tou, dhate
'
d'jenne-teul-mane

z'av-eck,

r,

^'teur-ze,

yonne-gue-ste
anne-de, el-de-ste.
^

gentilhomme.
-lay,

^"''*^'

om- tt?''"'
oui-tchc,ovve,dhemme.dou

you, tque,
t'char-d'je, ovv

diou-rign-e, dhi,
dhi,

suh,
zjaunh-

1,

dhi,

owe,

ay,

'^

monhtr,

ell,

youro

J'ai

paunh-

ay, dull,

t,

osse,

ri-mne-de-re
ovve,^youre,croc-ke-r,note;

rah-yazjc ?
;,

sel,

boc-se,'

Jle-so,

dcy, kell,
30,

you,

coppe-ce,anne.de,8-scur.ze'
youre, chou-gue-'re,

noie,

You,
tou,

;T-""-'^'

choudp.

-""-^e.

n'^t"

anne,".dhe.V

'

more''
arme, dhanne,
you, 'choude!
d,-z-ye're, tou,
hap-pe-ne
'
tou, youre-sel-fe.
^ ^

no
Englith.
that believes in God does
not bate bis neighbour, and
be procures for bim all as-

He

sistance possible.

Do you know
loves

the person who


in the world ?

you most

certainly,

my

French pronounciaion.
Seh-luee, kee, croo-ah, t'aunb, v
D'yub, nub, bah, pwanh,
sonb, pro-shanb, ay, luee,
^ pro-cure, too, luh, b'yanh,
pos-seebl.
Lahw, pare-sun, kee, voo,
z'emm,

leb, plu, z'o,

monhd,

good

sav-ay, voo, kee ? sare-tennmaunh, say, mahw, bun,

have spoken to one of those

Zjay, par-lay, ahw, une, dub,

it

is

mother.

mare.
I

two

ladies,

beyond

to her

who

is

there, near that basket of flowers.

sey,

dub,

dam, ahw,

sell,

kee, ay, lahw, babw, prab,


dub, sett, cor-bay-ye, dub,
flehrr.

ec,

Ill
Frenek.
,
^
Celui qui croit en
Dieu ne haft
point son procliain
et lui
procure tout le bien
.

possible.

voo,

La

personne qui vous aime


le
plus au monde
savez-vous
qm f certainement, c'est
ma

bonne mre.

Hi,dhale,bi.!r7e.ze,ine,Qde.
dozze,

note, hte, hiie,


nbe-re, anc.de,
hi, pro-kioure-ze, for, hime,
aie, as-sisteune-ce, pos-si-be-le.

'

ne,

une de ces deux


dames, celle qui
est l-

Peur-se-ne,

you, m-ste
diu, ouorle-de?
seur^

teune-l,
J'ai parl

'^''''

hir\''
10",
oyve-ze,
ite,

ize,

goude, m-dhe-re.
A'ye, have,
sp-ke-ne,
ouane, owe, dhze

m'ye '
"^

tou
tou

l-deze, tou, he're,


hou, ize.
bi-yne-de,
dherre,
niTe
dhate,
basse-ke-te/

n'ouere-ze.

ovv

m\

FAMILIAR DIAlOfiUIS.

IBT

Madam
I

DIALOGUE.

wish you a good day.

wish you

tlie

same.

iAIad-amm, zjuh, voo, soo-ett,


anh, bonh, zjoor.
Zjuh, voo, luh, soo-ett, duh,

mama.

How

have

you

passed

the

night.

Have you slept well ?


Very well, I am vey much
obliged to you.

blee-zjay.

And you?

Ay, voo ?

Not very

well.
the reason ? are
indisposed or have you

What

Cora-aunh, t'av-ay, voo, passay, lahw, nuee ?


Av-ay, voo, b'yanh, dor-mee ?
For, b'yanh, zjuh, voo, suee,
z'anh-fec-nee-maunh,
t'o-

is

Pahw,

tro, b'yanh.

you
any

Doo, soh-lahw, v'yanh, fill?

No, thank God, but the thunder


prevented my sleeping.

Nonh, pahw, D'yuh, mare-see,


may, or mah, luh, ton-air,
m'ahw, aunh-pay-shay, duh,

uneasiness ?

I did

You

not hear

sleep then very soundly.

my first sleep.

am

It

sure that very few people


could have slept.

may

be

anh-k'yay-tude?

dor-meer.
Zjuh, nuh, I'ay, pahw, z'aunh-

it.

Yes, especially in

av-ay, voo, kelk, anh-disspo-zee-s'yonh,


hoo,
kelk,

so.

There was so violent a clap of


thunder that the whole house
was shaken by it.

taunh-du.
Voo, dor-may, donk, b'yanh,
pro-fonh-day-maunh.
Wee, sewr-too, daunh, monh,
prem-yay, som-may-ye.
Zjuh, suee, pare-su-ad-ay, koh,
puh, duh, pare-son, z'onh, pu,
dor-meer.

Seh-lahw, seh, puh.


Ill, ee,

ahw,

u,

anh, see, graunh,

coo, dub, ton-air, kuh, toot,

lahw, may-zonh, aunh,n'ahw,


ay-tay, ay-braunh-lay.

It

IS not said that any accident


happened.

Oah, nub, dee, pahw, k'ill,


swah, t'ar-ree-vay, d'ac-seedaunh.

wiio

s.

liB

ET

Fmiim.

DIALOGUE

soo-ett,

ett,

dub,

foo,

pas-

or-mee
00,
h,

Oon,ot
Comment ,
,ez.vous pasa

"'-"'' ^"'
"".

'

p"/-.''.

""t'^-t^' ^-' P-te,

Wen dormi?

Ve 7.' ^";

suec,

fill?
anh-disskelk,
,

slepte, ouelle
?

Et vous ?
Pas trop bieo.
t> o cela
vient-iJ

^;Ue-che,.bl>e.dj'dCtou
Anne-de, you
Note ve-r,

qu'inquitude.

ouelle.

you'
you,

^^

^'^'

'^-^-ne?

Q are-see,
ton-air,
ay, duh,
is'aunh-

b'janb,
I.

monh,

ye.

koh,
onh, pu,

ay,

tonnerre n,'a
''tonr;re''r

l'ai

^^^' ^e
en^pch de

pas entendu.

""zT::

"""'

graunh,
toot,
ti,n'ahw,

sli"

A'ye, dide, note,

"-

"

^i^

fre, ite.

p"-

soreT ''"""O"'Jo 8ui3 persuade


que
personnes ont

ne.,

" fonn'"

"'^ ''

^"-^"d

d.

pu'dorS

r''

coup de

en a t branle.

Jte,

m,

^^ate, vep-pe-i.e,
"^'
'

'Z

bi, so.

Dherre,

ouze,
eune-te,
,'

so,

vVe

clape,

I'ac-see-

ane-'

T*^'.

'^^''

pent'-dr'"''"^-*^'

o^v;^

,.?_'_ t'^.ouce, ouze.


jxc'.au, Dii>e,
ite.

k'ill,

'^'''''''>

""r''
fioii,
have, siepte!

'^ f^e,

Cela se peut.
ih,

ont-i.;/:

""''''''

te-de, n^'ye,

Je ne

ar,

ine-dis-pze-de

^have,^you, ane?,

V,

dhi,

t'o-

ih,

-.

1,

chi
~"

^^^ate,

11

lu
2,.

uiALoaui,
French pron umiHon.

Good Biornlnff.howdoyou do?

Bonb,

com-auAb, too,

zjoor,

voo?
For, Vyanh, zjah, vooj ruhmarc-see, ay, voo?
por-tftjr,

Very WU I tlui you, and


you?
So and so.
Are you not \rtU ?
Not very well.

What

Pahw,

the matter with you

is

hare the head-ache.

'^oo,

pahw,

tro, b'yanh.

Oav-ay, voo?

well.
have a bad cold.

Zjay, mal, ahw, lahw, tait.


Voo, nav-ay, pahw, bun, meen.
Nonh, zjuh, swee, trab, z'aunh-

are all the family?

Com-aunh,

You dont look


No,

Com, 8eh-Iahw.
Neh, voo, por-t&y
b'yanh ?

ru-may.

How

suh,

purt,

toot,

lahw, fam-eell-ye?

They are

all very well; I

thank

you.
Is

your father returned from


the country?

feB|

nonh, too, z'aunh, bun,


saunh-tay, zjuh, voo, ruhmare-see ?
Vottr, pare, ay, fill, dub, rehtoor,
duh, lahw, caunh111,

panjjf-ye?
ill, ay, t'ar-ree-vay, hee-

Wee,

arrived yesterday.

air.

Adiet, remember
I will

Shall
Yes,

not
I

me

at home.

fail.

see

will

Adieu,

b'yanh, dry, shoze,


shay, voo.
Zjuh, nee, maunh-ker-ay, pahw.

you to*morrow ?

Voo, vare-aizje, duh-manh?

come at about

Wee,

nine.

zjuh,

pas-ser-ay,

vare,

nehv, ehrr.

3rd
S that true ?
Yes, certainly.

Do you
I

Seh-lahw,

believe it?

can assure you of it.

Do you doubt

it?

do not doubt it.


It is a very doubtful ^hing.
I

T lArA

\\

Who told

^A
it

dialogue.
ay-till,

vray, or vrah.

Wee, sare-tenn-maunh.
Luh, croo-ah-yay, voo?
Zjuh, pwee, voo,

I'l s

su-ray.

Aunh, doo-tay, voo ?


Zjuh, n'aunh, doot, pahw.
Sey, t'une, shoze, trah, doo
tuhze.

tf

to

you ?

Kei, acej
=; kee voo, I'ahw,

dee

2iMi

Bon

jour,

DIALOGUE.

comment roui
"ui pernor-

no,,^!'^"?"*'^''^
"oude,
mre-nig

tei-roup?
JP'^Tt

bfea je rons
remercia et
"remercie,
.t

'*'"

v^**."'
Ve-r, ouelle,
'je,
^o" anne-de,

^Toui?

Comme

cela.

Ne vous portez-Tous
pas
bien
Den
^
Pas trop

'

thawi,^.*

''

Ar' t?*"'^*''
Ar,
you, note, ouelle?

?f

bien.

Note, re-r, ouelle.

Ouate,

mal la tte.
Vous n'avez pas uom,.,
je suij trs

mat-te-re, onl^'
'

mine.

enrhum

"" '"

ml.,. ,

ize, dhi,

you ?

the,

J'l

'

f-

n.., ,,
,

<,^,^

,.^^,^ ^

thanne-que, you.
votre pre eat-il
de

Adi...

Vous

Wen

a,.

retniii.

a^

e.o.. e.

je
passerai
heures.

vers
^^

IP^
pl^,\

34m

""^-"''"

""-

note, fIe.

>e, ouile,
comme,'
atte, -b'oute,
n'ye-ne.

DIALOGUB.

Le

3royez-vo'i8 ?
ruis voui? l'^t jurer.

Endoutez-vous?
Je n'en doute pas.
est une chos,
trs-douteuse.

Jzc, dhate, trou?


^esse, seur-teune-l.
Dou you, bi-liVe,
ite?

, ovVe,7r'
?P"'

iVl'

'^'^^^'^'

Jrou, d'oute,
te ?
^^"'
^*'ot

.'ufll.f

row !' dU ?

'^

Vesse,
-^ v

npnr

Cela est-l vrai?


Oui certainement.

est-ce ^ui

'

"'

verrai-je demain.

Ou

Qui

-^^

you?

Qu'ave-Tous?

on

anglaUe.

Vh'ou
dou
'"'^**"'

"^J

^'^f

H^.

^'^. d'out^-fonk

Blo'iSri ^T^^ '^


jon

n
It

was a

English.
credible person.

The reports that circulate


amongst the public are sometimes unfounded.

Do you know it ?
know it since yesterday.

Luh, sav-ay, voo?


Zjuh,

do not know

French pronunciation.
Sey, t'une, pare-son, ding-ye,
duh, fwah.
Ley, bruee, kee, suh, raypaunhd, daunh, luh, publick,
sonh, kelk,
fwah,
saunh, fonhd-maunh.

luh, say, or sah, dehpwee, hee-air.


Zjuh, nuh, luh, say, or sahj

it.

pahw.

You will know it to-morrow.


Have you received any news ?
I will tell

you news which are

not bad.
not be sorry to hear

I shall

4th
Let

us

take

it.

all

my

heart,

where

shall

we go ?
Where you please,
same to me.

it is all

the

Will your brother go with us

No he

is

vell?
Zjuh, voo, z'aunh, dee-ray, unej
kee, n'ay, pahw, mo-vaze.
Zjuh, neh, ser-ay, pahw, fahwshay, duh, I'ap-praundr.

dialogue.

a walk before

breakfast.

With

Voo, luh, so-ray, dem-anh.


Av-ay, voo, reh-su, dey, noo-

studying his english.

Al-onh, fare, une, pro-men-ad,


av-aunh, duh, day-zjen-ay.
Zjeh, leh, vuh, b'yanh, hoo, eeronh, noo ?
Hoo, voo, voo-dray, seh-lahw,
m'ay, t'ay-gal.
Vottr, frare, v'yanh-drahw, fill,
av-eck, noo ?

Nonh,

ill,

trah-vi,

ahw, sonh,

n'aunh-glay, or glah.

What

Gom-aunhl

does he study in the


holy-days ?
Yes, every day, and so do I.

Wee,

Why

Poor-kwab, seh-lahw?

so?

To have a good
class

on

my

Then you dont


No,

You

know

place in the

any time ?

th Value of

it.

k'ill,

trah-vl,

vac-aunhse?

too, ley, zjoor, ay,


os-sec.

Igar.

mwah,

Poor, av-war, une, bun, plass,

Al-or,

voo,

neh,

ahw,

pare-day,

pahw, duh, taunh ?


Nonh, zjaunh, con-ay, or ah,
lahw, val-ehrr.
Too, z'ait, trah,

are very ambitious.

Yes, to rise bore the

ace,

ley,

daunh, lahw, class,


lahw, raunh-tray.

return.
lose

daunh,

z'aunh-bee-

Wee, poor, m'ay-lev-ar,


Bu, duh, Tole-gare

o,

dei-

117
French

0'. ne p,io
aigned.

Ite,

oXfl^^aSIStU

tt'ye-m'ze,
A<e

savez-vous ?
Je le sais depuis
hier

?"' ^"' "' ^^^ ^


'*' sinne-ce, yeeseJ?' ".""i
J^""""'^^'
^^'<o",note, no,ite.
a

Je ne le sais pas.

vous le saurez demain.


Avez-vous reu des

v.,

nouvelles?

lZCy:^:'^U'^^^^l^o
'

Je vous en dirai
une qui
n'est
^"' ''"'*
pas mauvaise.
Je ne serai pas fch
de l'anprendre.
^^

A'vi""''?
"'le,
^
.

voudrez cela
"'* m'est
" st
gal.
Votre frre viendra-t-il
avec
*^c

t, it'e."'*''

son anglais.
anglais

Ont' youre,
Ouile
br-dhe-re,
^^

^o", 'ye.

^if^V'^

la classe la
rentre

i'

*,

Alors vous ne perdez


naa ^
Hp
P
P^
temps.

'

go.

v^.;^?'
No,
hi, ,ze,
stod-d-ign'e, hize

*r"s

'-^^'

if!'

.,

""^.^o,

ST*'

^''

'

,^'

S^^de, pice,

^^*^se, ne, m'ye.


^'''

""teur-ne.

Dhenne, you, dne-e,


lou.e

NoTf'no^.^r^
^o.ave.no,dhl,val.you,ovve,
ite.

iabitieui.
"*

'

*'^*"^' "'' go ?
plze, ite, ize, aie.
"""' ^''^ "^^

Pourquoi cela?

tfi.^

'^'

OnT'"^'
Ouaire, you,

Pour avoir une


bonne place
dans

Voijfl

you, ^iouze.

*'' ''*' ^''^^^'

0^!^? ll^^t^^

O vous

Non, j'en connais la


valeur.

DIALOGUE.

Jeleveu.bien,oirons.nous?

nous?
Non, il travaille

telle,

J,^

A've
toi,

4iMH

onne-ftUne-dt

'

^^

You.
ou,

arj

ve-r, amme-bi-che-c.

ahi, vol-gue're

118
Sth

dialogue,

English.

Do you know your lesson ?


I do not know it yet.

French pronunciation.
Sav-ay, voo, vottr, les-oiih ?
Zjub, neh, lahw, say, or sab,

Study

Ay-tu-d'yay, lahw.

pahw, z'aunh-cor.
it.

It is very difficult.

11, ay, trab, dee-fee-sill.

You

Voo,

are rather lazy.

ask you pardop.

You only want good

will.

grant you ten minutes more.

thank you,
it

Now I know

I will endeavour
in less tin^e.

it.

Aunb,

n'ait, voo, sewr ?


Zjub, croo-sJi, k'wee.
Lahw, sav-ay, voo, par-fait-

am.

Do you know

Zjub, voo, z'ac-curd, dee, mee>


nute, dub, plu.
Zjub, voo, rem-air-see, zjub,
taw-sber-ay,
dub,
Tap-

praunhdr,
aunb, mwanb,
dub, taunb.
Ahw, pray-zaunb, zjub, lahw,
say, or sab.

Are you sure of it ?


I believe I

z'anh, pub, par-es-

dem-aunbd, par^
donb.
Ill, nub, voo, maunbk,
kub,
deb, lahw, bun, vo-lbnb-tay.

to leatn

z'ait,

sub.
Zjub, voo,

perfectly?

it

maunb?
I

hop9 you will be contented.

6TH

What o'clock

is

to nine.

did not think it


I slept soundly.

was so

voo,

ser-ay,

DIALOGUE.

it?

It is half-past eight or a quarter

keb,
conb-taunb,

Zjes-pare,

late,

Kell, ehrr, ay, fill?


ay, witt, ehrr, z'ay, dem-ee,
boo, nehv, ehrr, mwanb,
z'anh, carr.

Ill,

Zjub, nub, croo-ah-yay, or yah,

pahw,

k'ill, fu, see, tar,

zjub,

dor-may, or mah, pro-fonb-

day-maunb.

What
I

are

you only just up ?

went

to bed at a quarter past


twelve.

vfvum viijVj guuu ucaiin,


yon ^ust go to bed early,

fi jvix

fMid rise ear!^.

KwabI

voo, nuh, fait, kub,


deh, voo, lev-ay ?
Zjub, meb, swee, coo-sbay,abw,
mee-nuee, anb, carr.
*"

occ, *oo, *oo-iaj', /ijoo-eer,


d'une, bun, saunh-tay, ill,
fo-drahw, voo, coo-share, ay,
roo, lev-ay, dub, bun, ehrr,

119
OiiW
French,
Bavez-vous votre leon?
Je ne la sais pas
encore.

Etudiez-l ?
Elle est trs

DIALOGUE,
Prononciation anglaise.

^pu, you, no youre,


les-se-ne?

"

Aye, dou,
Stod-d,

diflBcile.

note, no, ite, yette.

ite.

Ite, ize, ve-r,


dif-fi-colte.
^ou, ar, r-dhe-re, l-z.

Vous tes un peu paresseux.

ne vous manque
que" de
"^ la
^*
^
bonne volont.
Je vous accorde dix
minutpn
''"' "*'"*''
dplus.
^
Je vous remercie ie fAp,Ar
de rapprenr'en',t
temps.

Yon
ia
J^ou, An
one-l,

oune-te, goude,

a
y'

DJT'''"^^'
^-e.t'ce,
more.

En
Je

sais.

N" u,

tes- vous sr ?
crois que oui.

L ve..vou.

J'pre que vou. serez content.

6MB

*'^''

ton

lesse, t'yei

'ye, no, ite ?

tf'

parfaitement?

*",

^"'
ouue, enne-dev-ve-re,
^JSho^CT'
^"'e, ite, ine,

prsente la

_.

a
A'ye,
asque, you, par-de-ne.

Il

-,

Je vous demande pardon


paraon.

^ w* ,*''^

Do'.t'/d'.To;,

o^^e.

Kr-pT^fte.,,,.

A'ye,

bpe, y, onfle,
conne-tenne-te-de.

DIALOGUE.

Quelle heure est-il?


Il est huit heures
et demie ou
.ef -e..^. moins
n^^irT

n* o-dque,
t*

ufl'

ize,

ite?

"n^Si.''Si?nl^'.-i

*'

''t.Td/T,'""p'^i'nL'i ^jsk.rr.r.^r-'",'-''-'
ouaze, so, lte,
ment.
'ye, slepte.
*^

s'ounde-l.

Quoi! vous ne faites


que de
vous lever?
Je me suis couch
quart.

minuit un

Si TOUS voulez jouir


d'une bonne
sant, il faudra vous
t vous lever de

coucher
bonne heure.

*^

^otpi?^''^''"'''''''^^'^'J**'
A'ye, ouenne-te,
tou, bedde.

you, houde, enne-d'j've


goude, hel-the, yon,
mbste.'
go, tou, bedde, heur-l,
nne-

Ife,

de, r'yc-ze, heur-l.

'

120
Englishh.
did not awake till twenty
minutes past eight.

Put

It is because

you dont accustom

yourself to
I

know

it.

an

it is

idle habit.

French pronunciation.
zjuh, meh, swee,

May, or mah,

z'ay-vay-yay, c'ahw, witt,


ehrr, vanh, mee-nute.
Say, par-s'kuh, voo, z'aunh,
n'av-ay, pahw, lab-ee-tude.
Zjuh,

conh-v'yanh, kuh,

say,

t'une, hab-ee-tude, duh, paress.

Yes, and you lose two or three


hours erery day.

Where are you going?


To school, and I come

my

I will get

for you.

breakfast and go

with you.
I shall not wait : so good
bye, it wants but ten minutes
to nine.
1

ay, voo, pare-day, too,


zjoor, duh, z'oo, trooahw, z'ehrr.
Hoo, al-lay, voo?
ley,

Ahw,

lay-col, ay, zjuh, v'yanh,


voo, share-shay.
Zjuh, vay, or vah, praunhdr,
monh, day-zjen-ay, ay, zjeeray av-eck, voo.
Oh zjuh, neh, voo, z'at-taunhdray, pahw anh-see, adieu,
ill, ay, nehv, ehrr, mwanh,
deece.
!

dialogue.

7th

Do you

Wee,

learn the 'french Ian-

Ap-pren-ay, voo, luh, fraunh-

guage?
What do you think of it ?

Oaunh, paunh-say, voo ?

I think it is difficult.

Zjuh, paunhse,

say,

orsah?

k'ill,

ay, dee-

fee-seel.

The beginning

is

always

Luh,

so.

com-maunhse-maunh,

I'ay, too-zjoor.

The

pronunciation

puzzles

6'
It is because
used to it.

Do you

not

is

pronounce well the

and the
I

your ear

liquid letters ?

had much trouble at

Lahw, pro-nonh-see-ass-yQnb,
m'aunh-bar-ass.
Say, kuh, vottr, o-ray-ye, nee,
ay, pahw, z'ac-coo-tu-may.
Pro-nonh-say, voo, b'yanh, I'U,
ay, ley, lettr, lee-keed.

first.

Zjay, dab-or, u, bo-coo, duh,

penn.

Let us see

pronounce

if

yvhat do you think of it?

you

Vwah-yonh, pro-nonh-say, s'ilL


Oaunh. paunh-say, vqo ?

121

t
.

French.

C'est parceque vous


n'en avez
pas l'habitude.

Prononciation anglaise.
Botte, ye, dide,
note, -ouque, tile, touenne-t,
mi-net'ce, paste, t.
Ite, ize, bi-cze,
you,

Je conviens que
c'est une haOitude de paresse.

to^'TfT'^''^^'
"
, Ite.
'
A'ye,
Jte> ize,

Oui et vous perdez


tous les
jours deux ou trois
heures.

Yesse,

Mais je ne me suis
veill qu'
iiuit heures
vingt minutes.

allez-vous ?

l'cole et je viens
cner.

vous cher-

Je vais prendre
mon djeuner
et j irai avec
vous.

Oh
I

je ne vous attendrai
pas
il est neuf
heures

amsi, adieu,

moms

dn-te,

. ,^\
de-le, hab-ete.

anne-de, you, louze.


or
thri-,
h-oue're-ze
'
ev-ve-r, d.
Ouaire, ar,you,
go-ign'e?
lou, scoule, anne-de,
've *
^
comme, for, you.
tou,

Aye

ouile,
guette,
m'ye
breque-fe-ste, ann-de,
|o
** '
ouithe, you.

'

to^,
tou,

Apprenez-vous

le

Qu'en pensez-vous
Je pense

DIALOGUE.
Dou, you, leurne,

Ouate,

owe,

qu'il est difficile.

prononciation

tou-

m'embar-

leq

lettres liquides.

d'abord eu beaucoup
^ de

plat ce mot".

I>hi,

'""''

thine-que,

ite,

bi-guine-ign'e,

de, let-teur-ze?

ize,

le-

dhi, li-coui-

Aye, hadde, motte-che,


be-.e, atte, feurste.

i-eue, osse

n3 ^1'

si;

P^^'^^'

'

ize,' dif-fi-

'
ouze, so.
Dhi,
pro-n'oune-si--che-ne
'
poz-zeul-ze, mi.
Ite ize, bi-cze,
youre, re, ize,
'
note, you-z'de,
tou, ite.
iJou you,
pro-n'ounce, ouelle,
dhi U anne-de,

c':i

"" ""

Qu'en pensez- vous?

you,

colte.
l'est

pas accoutume.
Prononcez-vous bien l'U
et

peme.
Voyons Drononpp:

dou,
ite ?

A'ye, thine-que,

rasse.
C'est que votre
oreille n'y est

J'ai

dhi, frenne-

he, lanne-goui-d'je?

jours.

La

^' *^'''' mi-ne-t'ce,


'
n
na'ye-ne.

franais?

Le commencement

anne, 'ye'

chulle, note, oute:


^[J-'y^,
so goude, b'ye,
ite,' oune-

dix.

TiMB

youre-selfe,

trob-

pro-n'ounce.
^^^ce, ouorde

122
English.
that with time and atten-

I see

tion you will

t is

pronounce well.

a very useful language.

'

French pronunciation.
Zjuh, vwah,
c'av-eck,
du,
taunh, ay, duh, lat-taunhs'yonb, voo, pro-nonh-aer-ay,
b'yanh.
Say, t'une, launh'gg, trah,
z'u.till.

know that, and

therefore I do

all that depends


to learn it.

on myself

In order to succeed you have


only to whh it sincerely.

You

encourage me, and

I will

sontin* to apply myself to


i*'

You cannot do

Zjuh, luh, say, or sah, os-see,


fayzje, too, suh, kee, daypaunh, duh, mwah, poor,
lahw, b'yanh, n'ap-praunhdr.
Poor, ray-u-seer, ill, voo, sufee, duh, luh, vool-war.

Voo, maunh-coo-rah-zjay, ay,


zjuh, conh-tee-nu-ray, ahw,
mee, ap-plee-kay.
Voo, nuh, poo-vay, m'yuh,

better!

8th

fare,

dialogue.

How

is the weather this morning?


It is a little cloudy.

Kell, taunh, fay, or fah, fill,

suh, mat-anh?
Luh, taunh, z'ay,

t'anh,

pub,

coo-vare.
It is only the dew, it will clear
up.

Suh, n'ay, kuh, lahw, ro-zay,

Yes,

Wee, zjuh, crooah, k'ill, ferahw, une, bell, zjoor-nay.

think it will be a very


fine day.
We have had a great deal of
fine weather.
I never saw a finer autumn,
I

and the summer


sively hot.

was exces-

I hope' the winter will not be


very cold.
I

should prefer a cold winter


to a wet one.

And

I also,

I think

we

but not too cold.


shall

have a storm.

Tee, the clouds are gathering,

ill,

s'ay-clare-see-rahw.

Noo, z'av-onh,

z'u, bo-coo, duh,


bo, taunh.
Zjuh, n'ay, zjam-ay, or ah, vu,
anh, plu, bell, o-ton, ay, I'aytay, ahw, ay-tay, ex-ces-sivemaunh, sho.
Zjes-pare, kuh, lee-vare, nub,
ser-ahw,
pahw,
b'yanh,
froo-ah.
Zjem-er-ay, or ah, m'yuh, z'anh,
n'ee-vare, frooah, k'anh, n'eevare, hu-meed.

Ay, mwah, os-see, may, or


mah, pahw, tro, froo-ah.
Ziuh. roo-ahi kuh^ noo^ z'qronh, duh, I'o-razje.

Wee, ley, nu-azje, 8am-onh-3eII,

123
I^enck.

Prononciation anglaise.

Je vols qu'avec du
temps et
de l'attention vous
pronon-

A je, si, dhate, ouitte, t'ye-me


anne-de, at-tenne-chene,

cerez bien.

you'

ouile, pro-n'ounce,
ouelle.

C'est une langue trs


utile.

^^^"Je

Ite, ize,

^''n^AA'
''T^
qm dpends
de moi pour

il

vous

dher-

la

bien apprendre.

Pour russir

, ve-r, youze-foule.
lanne-goui-d'je.
A'ye, no, dhate,
anne-de,

tout ce

re-fre, 'ye, don,


aie, dhate,
di-penne-d'ze, ne,
m'yesel-fe, tou, leurne,
ite.
ine, or-de-re, tou,
soc-cde.
you, have, aune-l,
tou
oui-che, Ite, sine-sire-l.

de

suffit

le vouloir,

Vous m'encouragez et
je continuerai m'y
appliqier.

irou,

me-cor-dje, mi, anne-de,


dye, ouile,
conne-ti-niou

tou,
,

Vous ne pouvez mieux

ap-pl'ye, m'ye-sel-fe
'

tou, Ite.
faire.

8i!MB

You, cane-notte, dou,

bet-te-j-e.

DIALOGUE.

Queltemp8fait.il ce matin?

H'ou

ize

AU-'

Jt

Ahi
^'

.
^ au
ou-dhe-re,

I^e

temps est un peu


couvert.
y u couvert

-nign'e ?
,
Ite, ize, ,
ht-te-le, cl'ou-d.

Ce

n'est

n ^^e,
^te.

que la rose

cira.

Oui je crois

qu'il fera

journe.

il

s'clair^ ^^^^^^'

une belle
^

Nous avons eu beaucoup


de

beau

temps.
Je n'ai jamais vu un
plus bel
automne, et l't a ?
el
cessivement chaud
J'espre que l'hiver
pis bien froid

J^'%

p
nn
"' '''*

aune-l, dhi, diou, ite

wt'-^PP"*
Ye
* ^^f^fj- Je, thme-que,

ite, ouile.

Ou\jJJu^^I^X^-''^>
^"^' ^^^e. hadde,

^^^

, grte, dle.

A'TJ^'
It'
'

^'je-ne, ou-dhe-re.

T:""^"''
*"te-me,

som-me-re,

'^' ^' ^^'ye-ne-

anne-de, dhi.
ouze, ex-ces-

s^^e-^^ hotte,

A'ye,

hope, dhi, ouine-te-re.


ouUe, note, bi, ve-r,
cle-de.

J'aimerais mieux
a'ui. hiver

un

hivpi. ft-niA

tode

"'"'

0n..n.g..onc.n..

^V

"".""*'' l'""''''-".
. i'-

T.t7' ^Lt'^^STudo-.e
ISfus-dhe-rign'e,

'

li

124
Engltth.

Do you

French pronunciation.
Aunh-taunh-day, too, luh. ton-

hear the thunder ?

air?

Yes, but I did


lightning.

not see the

Let us speak French.


good way to learn

It is a

DIALOGUE.

it.

do but begin.

Do you know what

the article
is?
I believe so, I have studied all
the forms it takes before

Par-lonh, Fraunh-say, or sah.


Say, t'anh, bonh, mwah-yanh,
duh, I'ap-praunhdr.
Zjuh, neh, fay, or fah, keh, duh,

com-maunh-say.
Sav-ay, voo, b'yanh, suh, kuh,
say, kuh, I'ar-teekl.
Zjuh, luh, croo-ah, zjay, ay-tud'yay, toot, ley, form, kill,
praunl), t'av-aunh, ley, nonh.

nouns.

What grammar do you make


use of?
That of Mr. A...
It is a very good one.
The verbs are conjugated in it
in precise and intelligible

manner.

What

is

It is Mr.

your master's name ?

A...

Do you know him ?


know him by reputation.

He

zjuh, n'ay,

pahw, vu, day-clare.

9iME

Wee, may, or mah,

teaches very well.


is very good.

Duh,

kell,
gram-mare, voo,
sare-vay, voo?
Duh, sell, duh, mos-yuh, Ahw.
Ell, ay, trah, bun.
Ley, vairb, z'ee, sonh, conh-zjugay, d'une, man-yare, prayseeze, ay, clare.
Kell, ay, luh, nonh, duh, vottr,

maitr?
Sey, mos-yuh, Ahw. .
Luh, con-nes-say, voo ?

'

Zjuh, luh, con-nay, or nah, duh,


ray-pu-tas-yonh.
Ill, aunh-saing-ye,trah, b'yanh.

His method

Sahw, may-tod,

Do you

Trah-dwee-zay,
voo,
kelk,
leevr?
Zjuh, trah-dwee, z'anh, leevr,

translate any book ?

I translate

a French book into

English.

This

is

True

essential to beginners.

fraunh-say, or sah, z'aunh,


n'aunh-glay, or glah.
Say, t'ess-saunh-s'yell, poor,
ley,

but at the same time, I


translate from English into
French, the exercise which
0.1*0 r>1a/>/>/1 affA> A^n^n _..1_
~ ^vw'v* luiivx crcijr tuir.

ay, trah, bun.

com-maunh-saunh.

Seh-lahw, ay, vray, or vrah,

may, or mah, z'aunh, mame,


taunh, zjuh, trah-dwee, duh.
_.'
_i _
.
.
i_
_- '
iuuiiu-giuy, or giu, zi'uiili,
fraunh-say, or sah, ley, temm,
plas-say, ap-rah, Bhftck,raigl.
1

T35
ition.

French.

luh, ton-

Entendez-vous

"

juh, n'fty,

le

ire,

anglae.

dhi, thonne-de-

re.

J "'^ pas

^"ciaS.*''

e.

^^^^^^^^^^^^^ion

n you,
Dou,

tonnerre
nnerre ?(

'

vu

d'-

'ye, dide, note,

^T!5,,-lf'
s, dbi,

l'ye-t'nigu'e.

9th
or sah.
rah-yanb,

dialogue.

Parlons franais.

t ,,

keb, dub,
sub, kub,

Savez-yous bien ce
que
c'est
"
'^
*que l'article ?
Je le crois, j'ai
tudi toutes
les formes qu'il
prend "ui,
avant
lesnomsi

ay-turm, kill,

ty,

ey,

nonh.

re,

voo,

""

kU: i^.e?

"'*^' ^^^'

^^-

so, a'ye, bave,


8tod-dde,le,dhi,f;e.m'ze

^'^f>,^}'}l^^>

it,tque-ce, bi-fre,n'oune^

1,

Ahw.

De

quelle

grammaire vous

vez-vous ?
celle de Monsieur
A...

ser-

De

Jille est

!onb-zju-

pray-

re,

trs-bonne.
Les verbes
y sont

dune manire

conjugus

prcise

claire.

vottr,

ib,

Quel

est le

nom de

tre ?

C'est Monsieur

et

A...

b'yanh.

ab,

I,

bun.

Je

le

Il

enseigne trs-bien.
Sa mthode est trs-bonne.

Traduisez-vous quelque
livre?

leevr,

Je traduis un livre
franais en
anglais.

poor,

1,

ab.

vrah,

>r

mame,

ee,

dub,

z'Uiib,
T,

temm,

k,raigl.

mane-neVe.

z^S

^"^^' "^asse-te-re,

Ite,

connais de rputation.

kelk,

z'aunb,

C'est essentiel pour


les

pri-

ea'ye-ze,

votre ma-

Le connaissez-vous ?

dub,

lab,

^th

^^*'-ie-re, dou, you,


meque, youze, owe?
Dhate, ovve, Mes-te-re,
E...
ne, ize, ve-r,
goude, ouane.
IJhi, veurbe-ze,
ar, conne-d'jougu-te-de, ine, ite, ine,

com-

menants.
Cela est vrai; mais
en mme
tempsje traduis de
l'anglais
en franais les thmes nlar-Sr
'
apiu chaque rgle.

ize, Mes-te-re,
E...
Dou, you, no, hime?

fl'
u' ^'i"'
t-che-ne?

b'ye, ri-piou-

Hi, ti-t'che-ze,
ve-r, ouelle.

roudr*'*'"'''

''''

^^-^'

""b^qu/"""^"^'*'''^-"^'
A'ye, tranne-slte,
, Frenneche, bouque, ine-tou,
ine-gli'
*
che.
Dhice, ize,es-senn-che-le,
ton.'

m-guine-eurze.
Trou, botte, atte,

'i>

dhl,

sm,

ta'ye^me, 'ye,
tranne-slte.
-roxuui, me-gli-cbe,
ine-tou,

Frenne-che,
dhi,
ex-zeursaye-ze, oui-t'che, ar,
piceae, af-te-re, ev-ve-r,
roui.

il

126
Engliih.
-^"5"'*'
This method is elcellent; by
following it, you are sure of
makinff a rapid proeresa.

Sett,

French pronunciation.
jfrencn
may- tod, ay, t'ex-cel-

aunht
aanh, lahw, sweevaunh. onh.
n'av. sewr,
anwr. duh,
rtnh.
vaunh,
onh, n'ay,
;

fars, dey, pro-grab, rap-eed.

10th
Dinner

on the

is

dialogue.
Luh, dee-nay, ay, sare-ree

table.

Be seated gentlemen.
The soup is excellent.
Yes, we have a very good cook.

bonh, kwee-zee-D'yay.

Do you

take fish?
Not any, I thank you.

Can

I offer

you somQ fowl

thank you,

As-say-yay, voo, mess-yuh.

Lahw, soop, ay, t'ex-cell-aunht.


Wee, noo, z'av-onh, z'anb, trah,

I will

P^n-ay, voo, dn, pwah-sonh?


Nonh, zjuh, voo, rem-air-see.
?

take some.

Pweezje, voo, z'of-freer, duh,


lahw, vo-li?
Zjaunb, prannh-dray, zjuh, voo,
rem-air-see.

William give the sauce.


Will you take white wine or
ed ?

Red

if

you

please.

Gill-yome, don-ay, lahw, soce.


Voo-lay, voo, du, vanh, blaunh,
hoo, du, vanh, roozje ?
Du, roozje, s'ill, voo, play, or
plah.

Thedecanter

The melon

is

if

you

please.

not ripe.

Lahw,

car-af,

s'ill,

or plah.
Luh, mel-onh,

voo, play,

n'ay,

pahw,

mure.
I

begyou pardon it is very good.

Do you

take

sugar in your

coffee?

little if

Zjuh,

voo, dem-aunhd, pardonh, ill, ay, trah, bonh.


Pren-ay, voo, du, sewkr, daunh,
vottr, caf-ay

you

please.

Anh, pub,

s'ill,

voo, play, or

plah.

Will you take a glass of liquor ?

Voo-lay, voo, z'anb, vare, dub,


lee-kebrr ?

No, I thank you.


Let us retke to the drawing

Nonh, zjuh, voo, rem-air-see.


Raunh-tronb,

z'o,

sal-onb.

room.

Do you go

to the spectacle to

night?
No, we shall go to the opera
to-mofrow.

Al-ay, voo,

z'o,

spec-tackl, sub

swar?
Nonh, noo, z'ee-ronh, z'ahw,
pay-rahw, dem-anh.

lo-

127
Cette mthode^e'at
excellent*
en la suivant on
eat arl'
''
faire des progr^
rr^dt

r.,,^^^^c*^Jion anglai$e.

lOMi

Le diner

Prenez-vous du poisson
Hon, je TOUS remm'e

f ^"^ ^- '^

'^

Le melon

s'il

vous

n'est

'"que.

'

2?' ^"'

fi<^he ?

i^*"'
Note, ane-,
'ye, thanne-que,

-^^"-

OaC,

.,e, of-fe-re, ,ou,

^1,^!^^

A>i:'

,ou,

trs bon.

'

eqt
^"

verre
d^
"' ^"

i;
'"

Non, je roM remercie.


Rentron. a .,,.

aVe

tT'

^^ "'^^^ ^

R^d^/ff"""'
Kfcdde,
ife, you,

Dhi, mel-le-ne,
il

so.-

''Tu
"''
V^^^'
Ou irvoT
ff
^^
^'
*^<ue,
ou'ye-te,
"t'
Ou*i?e'v

plze.

Dh^i,^_^di.canne-te-re,

pas mur.

Prenez-vous du sucre dann vn


"^^"^ '''
tre caf?
tTn peu, s'il vous
plat.
f

Voulez-vous un
queur

t-be-

^'Cel-leune-te.
Y^l'.T^-'
l^''
^^e, oui, have,
, ve-r, gou.

plat.

Je vous demande
pardon
^

dlii,

Guillaume, donnez la sauce.


Voulez-vous du vin blanc
ou
du vin rouge ?
Du rouge s'il vous plat.
F -*".
carafe

n\
f a. a,^1' ^';^-<^e.d Jenne-teul-me-ne.

^-prendrai,Jevousre.ercie.

La

'^''''^^'''

r'\
choure, owe,
^^l

tT^'oS'

Di-ne-re, ize, ne,

cuisinier.

le

SJ

DIALOGUE.

eat servi.

Assejez-vous messieurs.
La soupe es* excellente
Oui nous avons un
t;8.bon
^"

"^

'^' "^"^^^^^-^^^ i^e, ex-cel-

A'I' u

^l^>

n
^"

'

.''Kgue,

ize,

you,

note, r'ye-

you; par-de-ne.
goude.

'^' '^*'"''^

^o" tque, chou-gue're,

i^, 'lit
ITX""^-^^'
Iit-te-le,
ife, you,
n
m
0"''.
j,

ife,

Z'

que,
''*'" '

y?",

plze.
,

glace,

?.'te?',;,?erH-r;;.r .

AUe.-vo.s a ,pect..e ce
.oi,,

I.ot^otX:::!'^^.....'

Non, ., irona
ropn. de-

No'l'i.'^Llf >-"....

....

128
11th

Do you

dialogue.

Etiglish.
find any diffiulty

in

translatin J?
I find

very

ahw, trah-dweer.

cule-tay,

little.

Many beginners

find

a great

deal.

The exercises which I write


move all difliculties.
Are they

French prononciation.
Troo-vay, voo, kelk, dee-fee-

different

re-

from others?

Tes, they are so far different


that all the sentences at first
are very simple the genders
of the sub8tantives,are markked and also the tenses of
the verbs.
;

'

Zjaunh, troove, trah, puh.


B'yanh,dey, com-maunh-saunh
z'ee, aanh, troove, bo-coo.
Ley, temm, kuh, zjuh, fay, or
fah, z'ap-plan-eece, ley, decfee-culo-tay.

Sonh,

fill,
b'yanh,
raunh, dey, z'oatr.

dee-fay-

Wee,

ill, z'aunh, dee-fare, aunh,


suh, kuh, ley, frahz, sonh,
dab-or, trah, sempl, ay, kuh,

ley,

zjaunhr,
dey,
subestaunh-teef, sonh, mar-kay,
anh-see, kuh, ley, taunh, dey,
vairb.
ft;

Those are certainly great Jadvantages.


is another which I
have
not mentioned, namely that
the principles are given in

There

such a manner, as to offer


themselves one at a time, to
our comprehension.

7'*^

'dffflnu
difficult to

attention

it is

commit any faults.

Vwah-Iahw, sare-tenn-maunh,
duh, graunh,z'av-aunh-tazje.
aunh, n'ahw, anh, n'oatr,
donh, zjuh, nuh, voo, z'ay,
pahw, par-lay, sey, kuh, ley,
pranh-seep, z'ee, sonh, prayzaunh-tay, duh, man-yare,
ahw, aunh-trare, anh, n'ahw,
anh, daunh, les-pree.

Ill, ee,

Zjuh, vwah, c'av-eck, duh, I'attaunh-s'yonh, ill, ay, dee-feel


seel,

12th
I thank

Do
I

you

for

not mention

am

beg

glad to render you a ser

1 iu very

much obliged

fare, dey, foat.

dialogue.

your kindness.
it I

duh,

to you.

Zjuh,

voo,

rem-air-see,

duh,

N-ri^' P^^pahw,

zjuh.

Zjlh7swee!'b'yanh, n'aize, duh,

~'^

voo. raunh'li'
Zjuh, Voo,
'

o-blee-zjay.

oii!t.^TT/%A
'

'

bo^coop,

12

Him

DIALOGUE.

French.

TronTeE-voas q
A traduire?

Prononciation anglaise.

;lqae difflculW

tignt

J'en trouve trs-peu.


Bien des commenants

y en
trouvent beaucoup.
Les thmes quo je fais
aplanissent les difficults.

en diffrent en ce que
les phrases sont d'abord
trs
ils

tranne-sl.

A'ye, fSgne-de, ve-r,


lit-te-le.
de, , grte, dle.
ei-zeur-s'ye.ze.ze,

Dhi

oui-

aie, dif-fi-col-tze.

'

from-

d^'/J^-^'-'^''''^-^^,
me,
-dhere-ze ?

Yesse,

dh,

ar,

so,

far,

fe-reune-te, dhate,
aie

simples, et que les genres


des
substantifs y sont marqus,
ainsi que les temps
des ver-

dif-

dhi

senne-tenne-ce-ze, atte,
feur-

flte.ar, ve-r,
sime-pe-i;, dhi,

djenne-deur-ze, ovvo,
'dhi
obbe-steune-tive-ze,
r
nmrque.de, anne-de,
le-so!
dhi, tenne-ce-ze,
owe, dhi '
veurbe-ze.

*:

z'ay,

'"''

Menne-, bi-guine-eurze,
fgne*

Sont-ils bien diffrents


des autres?

Oui,

'

Voil certainement de
grands
avantages.
Il y en a un autre
dont je ne
vous ai pas parl, c'est
que
les principes y sont
prsents de manire entrer
un
un dans l'esprit.

Dhze,

ar, seur-teune-l,
grte'
ad-vanne-t-d'je-ze
Dhere, ize, anne--dhe-re,
ouitche,'ye, have, note,
mennechene-de, nme-l,
dhate,
dhi, prme-si-peul-ze,
ar, guii

ve-ne,ine,sotte-che,,maneje-re,

azze,

tou,

of-fe-re,

atte,,t'ye.me, tou,-oue're

Je vois qu'avec de l'attention


il
est difficile de faire
des fau-

comme-pri-henne-che-ne.
si, dhate,
oui-the,f ten-

Aye,

ne-che-ne,

tes.

ite, ize, dif.i.-col-

''"'"^**'
fie-t'ce!

124m

"^'

dialogue.

Je vous remercie de votre


bon-

Aye,

N'en parlez pas je vous


prie.

thanne-que, you, for.


youre, kgne-d'te-ce.
IJou, note, menne-che-ne,

Je suis bien aise de vous rendra

beggue.
-=. ^e, ame,
glade, ton, renne-

t.

service.

Je vous suis beaucoup


oblig.

'ye,

ite.'

de-re, yon, , seur-ve-ce.


ve-r, motte-cht.
o-bl'ye-dj'de, tou, yen.

^7\^mm9,

130
English.
sorry to give you so

am

much

trouble.

You have done me a

great ser-

vice.

Dare

ask a service of you7

Certainly if it be in
I shall

It is

my power.

be very grateful to you.

not worth mentioning.

I will

do

all in

0-zer-aizje,
voo,
dem-aunhdare, une grawce.

Sare-tenn-maunh,
see,
suhlahw,day-paunh, duh, mwah.
Zjuh,
voo, z'aunh,
eer-ay,
b'yanh, ruh-con-nay-saunh.

Suh-lahw, nuh, vo, pahw, lahw,

my power

to

oblige you.
I shall

Drench pronunciation.
Zjuh,swee,fahw-shay, duh, voo,
don-ay, taunh, duh, penn.
Yoo, mav-ay, raunh-du, anh,
graunb, sare-veece.

be happy to return the

favour.

penn, d'aunh, par-lay.


Zjuh, fer-ay, too, suh, kee, daypaunh-der-ahw, duh, mwah,
poor, voo, z'o-blee-zjay.
Zjuh, ser-ay, shar-may, duh,
voo, raunhdr, lahw, par-ayye.

13th

dialogue.

Where

am

are you going ?


going out of doon.

Whence do yon come


come from

my

Hoo, al-ay, voo


lahw, purt.

D'oo, ven-ay, voo ?


Zjuh,
v'yanh, duh,

room.

Have you seen him

have not seen him.


Have you spoken to him

have not spoken to him.

When do you

Zjuh, nuh, luee, ay, pahw, parlay.

expect him

Caunh, lat-taunh-day, voo ?

This afternoon.
Will he come alone ?
He will come with his cousin,

who left school at the


mas holidays.
Where does he live

He

is

iic

mahw,

shaunhbr.
Lav-ay, voo, vu?
Zjuh, nuh, I'ay, pahw, vu.
Luee, av-ay, voo, par-lay ?

Zjuh, vay, or vah, dev-aunh,

Christ-

at present

clerk at a merchant's and


iiiLcs SIS pi69 very weii.

Sett, ap-rah, mee-dee.

V'yanh-drahw, fill, sehl?


Ill,v'yanh-drahw,av-eck, sonh,
coo-zanh, kee, ahw, kee-tay,
I'ay-col, o, vac-aunhse, duh,
nwell.
Hoo, dem-ehrr, fill, ahw, pray-

zaunh ?
ay, com-mee, shay, z'anh,

Ill,

nay-go-s'yaunh, ay, ill, ay,


trah, conh-taunb, duh, sahw
plass.

i
FT

131

-^ye,

^ grce*!

""""^ ^'"^'^'^'^

amme,

^or-r, ton, iruive'

youso,ttiotte-cli,trobre.I'
You, have, donne,
mi, , gr
e'
''>
'
seur-ve-ce

"
''^"^' ^'

"^-ve-

ce, owe,
^te''ovL''
you.

maye, pa-oue're.
Aye, clialle, bi,

Je vous en serai
bien recon.
naissant,

^
Je

par?eV*"*

fouIe,tou,you.

P^ I Peine d'en

^Te'

ferai tout ce
qui dpendra
de moi pour vous
obliger.

'

^^^

ve-r, grte'

^^^-^'^

''''-''''

A'ye,ouile,dou,Ie,ine,ni'ye
P-oue're,

tou,

o-bl'ye-4;

A'ye, challe,bi,hap.p,tou
ri'
teurne, dhi,
f-ve-re.

JSMB

DIALOGUE.

allez-vous ?
Je vais devant la

porte.

D'o venez-vous ?
Je viens de ma
chambre.
L'avez-vus vu ?
Je ne l'ai pas vu.
Lui avez-vous parl.

'oute'

Ouenne.ce,dou, you,

Aye, comme, fromme,comme?


m'ye
"'*j'c,
roume.
Have,you,

A ye

sine,

hime?

have, notte, sine,


hime.

"Se?'"' ^P^-^--'

Je ne lui ai pas parl.

Quand

Ouaire,ar,you, go-ign'e?

Aye, amme, go-ign'e,


owe, dore-ze.

'^h?ie*^''"'''P-^-^.tou,
l'attendez-vous

Cette aprs-midi.
Viendra-t-il seul ?
Il viendra avec
son

cousin qui

MuiUl'coleaux vacante"

Ou^en^ne,

dou,

you, e.-specte,

Dhice, af-teur-noune.
uuile h,,
ill,

ouile,

comme,-laune?
comme, oui^the. hize

aue, dh,
Chrisse.e-ce,

demeure-t-il prsent?

Il est

t,

tou,

commis chez un
et

il

sa place.

njrociest trs content


5e

h-'

Ouaire. dozz ht iv^.


^"' *'"^'
pre^-zeune-te?"'
; "^ '
w" u-

met' 't''.ifi'"-W atte, ,


<''
'^^^',
^'X'^l^*
hi
i,
l'ye-k'ce,
hiie

l/.?

132
English.
I

am

French pronunciation.
Zjaunh, swee, b'yanh, n'aize.

very glad of it.

Does he write well

He

not only writes well but he


knows arithmetic perfectly.

I shall be overjoyed to see


him.

Ay-cree,

fill,

b'yanh ?

Nonh,sehl-maunh, fill, ay-cree,


b'yanh, may. or mah, z'ill,
say, or sab, par-fait-maunh,
lar-it-may-teek.
Zjuh, ser-ay, trah, shar-may,

duh, luh, vwar.

14th
I

am

dialogue.

delighted to see you in

such good health.


I

What
Your
I

tay.

thank you, but

news

am

have bad

to tell you.

dangerously

ill.

extremely sorry, what

her illness?
It is a fever and

angry with

know

What

is

you

her,

is

will be

when you

the cause.

the cause ?

from drinking cold


water when she was warm.

It arises

am

very angry with her.

have

often cautioned
against that.

her

Vottr,

sehrr, ay, daunh-zjuhruhze-maunh, mal-ad.

Zjaunh,swee,b'yanh,fahw-shay,
kell, ay, sahw, mal-ad-ee
?
Sey, lahw, f'yevvr, ay, voo,
ser-ay, fahw-shay, conhtr,
ell,
caunh, voo, so-ray, lahw,
coze.
Kell, aunh, n'ay, lahw,
coze?

she a doctor ?
Yes, and he gives us great
hopes.
I will go and see her to
mor-

row.

15th DI
I CSSOt

a j b
uuu&>

did

you put

it?

'

Suh-lahw, v'yanh, dav-war, bu,


duh, I'o, froo-edd, lor-s'kell,
av-ay, or ah, show.
Zjuh, swee, b'yanh, fahw-shay,
'
conhtr, ell.
Mwah, zjuh, I'ay, soo-vaunh,
pray-ven-u,
conhtr,
suh-

lahw.

Has

Where

Zjuh, voo, rem-iir-see, may,


or
mah, zjay, duh, mo-vaze,
noo-vell, z'ahw, voo, z'ap-

praunhdr.
Kace, kuh, say ?

it?

is

sister is

Zjuh, swee, shar-may, duh, voo,


vwar, aunh, see, bun, saunh-

Vwah-f ell, anh, med-sanh ?


Wee, ay, ill, noo, dun, bo-coop,
ahw, es-pay-ray,
Zjee-ray, lahw, vwar, dem-anh.

OGUB.
/Juh, nub, so-ray, or rah, troovay, mon, leevr.
Hoo, lav-ay, voo, me ?

133
lyench.
_,
J'en sois bien aise.

ation.
,

n'aize.

Prononciation anglaise
amme, re-r, ***'^'
ffdde

Aye,

owe

Ecrit-ilbien?

Non seulement

ll,ay-cree,

nab,

mais

il

sait

il

z'ill,

'

te.

""^'^e-te,

crit bienparfaitempnf
P"^*'*^^t

h,^''^?''

"?^'

'

"elle

l'arithmtique.

it-maunh,

ouelle ?

^une-l,
botte,

r'ye-t'ce.

hi,

nJe, arithe-m-tique, peur-fecte-l.

shar-may,

Jeseraitrs-charmdelevoir.

duh, voo,

Je suis charm de roua


vniron
^"
""^
si bonne sant

AVe
Aye,

rhiio bi, a
challe,
-vere-d'j'yede, tou, si, hime.

HiMB DIALOGUE.
n,

saunh-

Je vous remercie,
mais
mauvaises nouilles

may, or

mo-vaze,
oo,

ad-ee ?
ly, voo,
nhtr, ell,

2"' ^^"'
^''^l'
^a^e, badde, niouze
'

f^^'

Qu'est-ce que c'est?


'' ^^^^^''^^sement

coze?
war, bu,

^^'?* i'avoir

A'ye,

danne-

amme,

ex-trme-l, sor-

r, ouate, ize,
I^e're, le-ne-ce?

Ite,

vous

ize,

you, ouile,

fi-ve-re,
bi,

anne-de,
anne-gr, oui-

the, he're, ouenne,


you,
no,
^j,
j
j
,
dhi, cze.

Quelle en est la cause


?
bu de l'eau

Ouate,

ize, dhi,

cze?

^-/f'ye-ze-ze,
1drine-kign'e,

froide,lorsqu'elleavaitchaud.

)r-B'kell,

ize,

d'je-rece-I, le.

J'en suis bien fch,


quelle est
sa maladie?
C'est la fivre et
voua serez fch contre elle,
quand

lahw,

'

Ouate, ize, ite?


Youre, sice-te-re,

^mallde"

saurez la cause.

',

fu'

'I

tou, tel, you.

mh-zjuhd.

Awl

de

vous
"^

apprendre.

z'ap-

hiw-shay,

j'ai

'^X' *?, di-l-ye-te-de, ton,

fromme,

cle-de, ou-te-

re,

iw-shay,
>-vaunh,
,

Je suis bien fch


contre

Moi

)o-coop,

l'ai

souvent ^^^enu
prvenu

contre cela.

suh-

mh?

je

et

''''"'^"I'

esprer.

Bm-anh.

^
J'irai la voir

demain.

amme, ve-r, anne-rr


'
ouithe, he're.

^'!'

l'avez-voug mis ?

dhate.

tr

' ^^'' ^'

^que-te-re?

Zl'^l':^'' hi,gui-v'ze,os8e,
^""P^-^^^
a '1
Aye
'

Je ne saurais trouver
ouver
^^^

/-^-' c-chene\^J^'
he're, -gaine-ste,

omle, go, anne-de,


he're, tou, mor-ro.

15i!MB
b, troo-

A'ye,

**'

un mdecin ?
n nous donne beaurnnn

voit-elle

Oui

ouenne, chi, ouze,


oure-

me.
elle.

mnn
mon

si,'

DIALOGUE.
ii

h-

a
A'ye
>

cane-notte,

On^fi^dide,
^a'''^''^'
fuaire,
you,

fgne-de,

poute, it ?

'

184

BuM)*r mce.

ahw, k'anh,

car, dehrr.

V""' '"

It is not lost.

Ill''^tv

luh, s'yanh.

* ^*

Here

'*

vo,

't

Wh^do^ounot takeyourown?
I

cam-ar-ad, nuh, I'ahw,

pahw.

'

thought he did not w.

his.

P^/.K^'^h,

preo-a,, voo

Zjh?:r'a.;Cor yah,

W,,'

nav-ay, or ah, pahw, bez-

I>uM.,

Wks

<ve , ,ea

Tou.e.er,.

in thei. places
t.

keep mine.

diligent t.da,.

BeZtV;,'

idle.

.ah.,

Pa'teirwah,

duh, gar-

VoT''atrtt

dee-Iee-

^ jp;
r are sometimes rery

Z'Xr.

rXX,

too-

Voo.Tit, kell-kuh, fwah,

for,

par-es-suli.

l$TE

Are

yott satisfied

with

Yes, pretty well, but I


satisfied

am

to-

dis-

with ^our brother.

I'-^^L^l
" ~
badlV
'^ J^*

me

DIALOGUE.

t-L.,.
"^^'-~
'''"

__
'=v

Ait,

voo,

conh-taunh,

duh,

WeTatsattaT nl
u
^f^e! m^cSbrun; luh','

^^,

"i

%,

^\^, ""-a", mai,


lonh, temm.

or fah.

fay, qt tab,

185
ation.

Erench.
Je l'avais mis sur la
table.

Prononetaiwn angtatie.

A je,

hadde, poute,
ne, dhi t-be-Ie.

r?
l>

En

H'ee,

tes vous sr?

Certainement il
quart d'heure

hrr.

nV

^ ^f"'
^e^-teune-I,

a on'i,
* ^""'^

'

>uh-t'aitr.

rd,

poor

Je vous assure que


je ne l'ai
1 ai
^
pas vu.
Il n'est pas perdu.
Quelqu'un l'a peut^tre pris
par

rade ne

ay, TOO,
rah, kill,
w, bez-

Le

l'a

SoVm!'

comme

Je croyais

du

qu'il n'avait
sien.

les livres

ces.

Permettez-moi
av-

dee-lee-

w, too-

**'

.P".^-*P
ite,

pane

ine-ad-

for,

hize,

owe, youre,
ni'eune - ze

'^^'

pas be-

Aye,
A'ye"tMt?
thte,

leurs ^
pla-

de

garder

le is.je

diligent

paa

note, tque,

M^-^
hi,
dide,

.
note,
ou-

ne-te, hize.

le

mien.
dessein d'apprendre
une
autre leon avantled^ener
/ "uoi.

Ne

0,',!'.'*?
^"* ye, dou, you,

le
^

J'ai

Vo^s .e, bien

e.

W^."i

.!^^^^^> ^ote gotte, ite.

voici.

Remettez

h,

""

Aon!,^'v
^^*^"'
'^' "e,

z'ahw,

aunhdr,

you, dhate, 'v

^TaTz^'
nazze, t-ke-ne,
t t"^^'

pas
*^

ah, gar-

anne

Tf^''^' ''^' ''' ^*-

un de vos cama-

Pourquoi ne prenez vous


pas
P*^
vtre
soin

',

ei

ite ?

botte, ,

owe,

veur-teune-t'l,

Demandez

op-

^'''^^^^^

AvI^fl^'
A
ye, a-choure,

mgardepourlesien^^''

nh, duh,
^ I'ahw,

owe,

ite, ize,'

couare-te-re,

cuh, zjub,
ia.

^'^oure,

ite,

auj.

to..,

'ah, for,

Tous

tes quelque-fois
naron pa^ '^ ^^^ fort
resseux.

PoutP
Jl

u
bouque-ce,

hi,;
'^''

'

ine,

Guive''lf
Kr/^'.^'^^^S^
' "^6;
tou, kpe,
If'

A'^l*"'''- ^

^^^"''^?'
leurne, ane-a-dhe-re,
fcur^'n^
les-se'-^

x::;

^^^^S^^^,

^re^^e,
v^,?
You,

ar,

note,

somme,

e..e,
t'ye-m'ze

ver, 'ye-de-le.

16mk;^DIAL0GUE.
)

b,

h,

duh,
zjuh,

Etes-vous content e
de moi auan
jourd'hui?

aAr,
you, aat-ice-f'ye-de,
oui-

duh,

Oui, assez

mais je suis

content de votre frre

mA

fah?
or tah,

siu esx-ce qu'il a fait ?


II a trs mal fait
son

thme.

'

^'' *""^^P^^^-^^'

^t''
'ye, amme,

""f, botte,

dis-sat-ic'e-f'ye-

Uute, hazze, hi, donne?


Hi, hazze, donne,
hize, ex-zeur*
sye-ze, ve-r, badde-l.

lae
n* punish
t ?"^/***V
Dont
him, he

French prononciation.

...

will do

Nuh,

better to-morrow.

do

I will

Th*t

know

m,

can to

all I

satisfy

^^A u
It IS for

my own

am

Zjnh, fer-aj, monh, pos-seebl,


^^^ ^' conh-taunh-tay.

wel-

Zjuh, say, or sah, kuh, say,


poor, monh,
propr, bun-

very glad to hearyou say

Zjuh, swee, b'yanb, n'aize, duh,


voo,
z'aunh-taunhdr, parlare, anh-see.

Pk
Do

not be angry with William


he does as well as he can.

Nuh, swah-yay, pahw, fahwshay, conhtr, Gill-yome, ill,


suh kill, pub.

*'*y' 0"*

.1.1-....,

T,-*

^'' *"<*^'

am

glad you are pleased with

17th
Night comes on,

^A

gleezje, sey, z'ay 'tude!

n*'
Uontinue as you ,.have .begun.

or, t'is

grows dark.

Zjuh, swee, b'yanh, n'aize, kuh,


^00, swah-yay, conh-taunh,
^"^> mwah.

Conh-tec-nu-ay, com,voo, z'aray, com-aunh-say.

dialogue.

almost

night.

It

lub, pu-nee-say, pahw,


for-ahw, m'juh, dem-anh!

Lahw, nwee,

t'ap-pnish,
suh, fay, or fah, nwee.

Ill,

It is very late.
It is time to go to bed.

You come home very

com-aunhae, ahw,

fare,

ill,

ob-

scure.
ni, ay, for, tarr.
Ill, ay, taurh, duh, s'al-ay,
coo-

shay.
late.

Voo, voo, ruh-tee-ray, b'yanh,


tarr.

go

to

bed betimes.

Zjuh, muh,

coosh, duh, bun-

ehrr.

The bed is cold.


Get it warmed.
Where is the warming pan ?

Luh, lee, t'ay, froo-ah.


Fait, luh, sho-fay,
Hoo, ay, lahw, bas-seen-war ?

Here

Lahw, vwah-see.

it is.

I will go to bed.
Sit up as long as

You

you

will.

are a sleepy fellow.


night.

Good

Zjuh, vuh, muh, coo-shay.


Vay-yay, z\)-taunh, kill, voo,

Voo, z'ait, z'anh, dor-mehrr.


Bun, nwee.

137
%tion.

pahw,
dem-anh.

ly,

ouile,

T-fi.

poa-seebl,
mh-iAjr.
-sonh.
cuh, aaf,
pr,

bun-

aize,

duh,
par-

dr,

dou,

het-te-re,

tou

mor-ro.

.,

fabw-

w,

fome, ill,
I, pub.
'ill, nayde.

kuh,

lize,

ih-taunh,
'^oo,

"e, hi, ni-glec-t'ce,hize, stoddeze.

oe moi.

z'ar-

''"comZo

""'""
liMB

isb,
!e.

fare,

ob-

ay, coo-

b'yanh,
b,

I-

bun-

war ?

commence
temps de

Vous vous
Je

s'aller coucher.

retirez bien tard.

me couche

La

Bhrr.

grl 'ifitiu^

if a

ne,

or
'

^^t!r^Xu, go,

tou,

A'ye, go, tou, bedde, bi-t'ye-

Ouate'
./uaue,
panne

^^-

VOICI.

&
ue, ^Sj^r^
our-mign'e.
ali,

'

?
'

liiere, ite, ize

roOf

Ite!

You'^^c^omme, home, ve-r, lte.

de bonne heure.

Oestlabassinokc?
..

M'ye-te, comme-ze,

^^'^-^^

faire obscur.

Il est fort tard.


II est

ay.
n,

II

Con^^tW,az.e,,ou,hav.,

DIALOGUE.

La nuit approche. Use fait nuit.

ill,

phze-de, oui-lhe, mi.

Br_

_^

.^,

^.^._5.^

yp^

jj-j^e,

iougue, azze,

l88
MnglUh.
good night.

wwh 70U a

wi8h you a good night's

JFVcncA pronunciation.
voo, soo-tt, une, ban,

Zjuh,

nwee.

rest.

Hare you made my bed ?


Is

my

lee ?

bed made ?

Monh,

lee, fay, fill, fay, or


fah?
Luh, lee, fay, mal, fay, or fah,

The bed is ill made.


Make the bed up again.

Ruh-fait, luh, lee.

Beat up the feather-bed.

Rem-u-ay, luh,

Turn down the bed-clothes.

Draw

the curtains.

Please put it on.


Undress yourself.
Pull off your shoes and stock'

1
Help
me

to pull off my coat.

n,.^^

* ''''^

Take away the candle


like to read in bed.

Put out
I

the candle.

will put

Call

must

Go

bahw.
Ay-day, mwah, ahw, tee-ray,

"^'

n'ab-ee.

Ven.ay,'toot,ahw.lehrr,shareshay, lahw, shaunh-dell.


Aunh-por-tay, lahw, shaunhLes-say, lahw, shaunh-dell.

Zjemm, ahw,

leer, 0, lee.

Ay-taing-yay,

out.

lahw,

shaunh-

early.

Zjuh, I'ay-tanh-dray.
Ap-pel-ay, mwah, dem-anh,

wake you.

Wee, Wee, zjuh, voo, z'ay-vay-

me to-morrow

Do not

Met-ay, luh, zjuh, voo, pyee.


Day-zab-eel-ya.T, voo.
0-tay, vo, sLi-Vay, z'a/, ^ro,

dell.
it

Yes, yes, I will

Don-ay, mwah, anh, bon-ay,


or ah, duh, nwi;8.

dell.

Leave the candle.


I

duh, plume.

Fait, lahw, coo-vare-ture.

monh,

.,

c^ndr''^
candle.

lee,

Tee-ray, ley, ree-doe.

Give me a night cap.

IT

Zjuh, voo, 8oo-ett, anh, bonh,


ruh-po.
-A v-ay, voo, fay,
or fah, monh,
'

m'ay-vay-yay.
yer-ay.

fail.

rise

to your

by break of day.

own

chamber.

Nuh, maunh-kay, pahw.


Ill, fo, kuh, zjuh,
muh, lew,
ahw, lahw.pwanht, du, zjoor.
Al-ay-voo, z'aunh, ahw, vottr,
shaunhbr

soSt

.e^voua

une bonne

.yCZ^r^^^^^,

Je vous souhaite un boa


repos.

Avez-Tous

Mon
Le

fait

mon

A'Je/ouf-che, you,

"^'ye-fce,
Have,

lit 1

est

mal

Ize,

fait.

le lit

de plurae.

bedde.
Teurne, d'oune, dhi,

Emportez

..

mon

cban.ene.

ite,

ne.

Je l'teindrai.
Ap^pelez-moi demain de

Helpe, mi, tou, poule,

offe,

ma'

ri^:t:dX^Zt^:^..
Live, dhi, canne-de-le.
A'ye, l'ye-que, tou, ride,
ine,

bedde.
Poute, 'oute, dhi, canne-de-le.

Eteignez la chandelle.

bon

^velCT'"^''''""""''^^'"'^Oui, oui, je vous veillerai.


?*''

/rteZjilr"^

Plze, poute,

Onne-drcsse, youre-sel-fe.
Poule, offe, youre,chouze, annede, st-kign'e-ze.

habit.

Laissez la chandelle.
J'aime lire au lit.

%r,r"''

bedde.

Dr, dhi,
^
""> keur-teune-ze.
Guive, mi, , n'ye-te, cap.

Mettez-le je vous prie.


Deshabillez-vous.
Otez vos soulliers et vos bas.

cloze.

Tirez les rideaux


,
Donnpy
mn
l>onnez.moi
un u\
bonnet^ de
nuit.

tirer

mde?

Mqne,

Faites la couverture.

Aidez-moi

m'ye, bedde,

Dhi, bedde, ize, ile, mde.


dhi, bedde, oppe, gaine.
^" oppe, dhi, fa-dhe-re.

Refaites le Ht.

Remuez

goude,

you, mde, m'ye, bedde?

lit est-il fait ?

lit

reste.

^^^^ ' '^

Allez-vous
UU8 en a
votre chambre.
chamhrp

tiS,^Za:^!^; ^i^;
^"^^'

y^^'

ri.memme-be.r,

ye!sTlCL.

X eaae, y esse, a ye,


Yese'
n .
ouile,ouque,

Di;rnote,fle.

^T

r
Go,

--^'

r'ye-ze,

*'^^^' ^^

b'ye.

f*^"^'
tou, youre, aune, t'chmebe-re.

140
18th

Who

DALOGUE.

English.
there ?

is

Are you

in bed Btill
sleep?
Are you asleep ?

French pronunciation.
Kee, ay, lahw ?
Ait, TOO, z'aunh-cor, o, loeT

Do you

Dor-may, voo

Who waked

Ait, voo, z'aunh-dor-mee ?

Awake.
I am awake.

Ay-vay-yay, voo.
Zjuh, s wee, z'ay-vay-yay.
Kee, voo, z'ahw, ay-vay-yay ?

you ?

My

brother.
Rise.

Monh,

frare.

Lev-ay, voo.
Duh-boo, duh-boo.
Ay, fill, taunh, duh, suh, ler-

Up, up.
Is it time to rise ?

ay?
It

is

broad day.

It is eight o'clock.

Ill,

Open
It is

the door.
locked.
is

in the door.

Lahw,

clay, ay, daunh, lahw,


sare-rure.

up the latch.

The door

is

am

Lev-ay, luh, lo-kay, or kah.


Lahw, purt, ay, fare-may, o,
vay-roo.
At-taunh-day, z'anh, puh.
Zjuh, vay, or vah, muh, lev-ay.

bolted.

Stay a little.
I am going to
I

Oov-ray, lahw, purt.


Ell, ay, fare-may, ahw, lahw,

clay.

The key
Lift

rise.

rising.

ZJuh,

19th

light

Make a

a candle.

txTMi

Hab-eel-yay, voo.
Kuh, nuh, voo, z'ab-eel-yav.
voo, pronht-maunh.

Gar-sonh,
al-lu-may,
shaunh-dell.

fire.

Fait,

Pray give me

my

breeches.

""^

y*""''

"'S^*-

Wee,

Which?

T ^_

flillr

ofnAlrinxa .

the worsted ones ?

z'une,

fuh.

mwab,

culutt.

Voo-lay, voo, vottr, rub, duh,


'
shaunhbr.

^8^V
Yes, and my stockings.
thfl

du

Zjuh, voo, prce, don-ay,

mahw,

IJ''

muh, lew.

DIALOGUE.

Dress yourself.
Why do you not make haste
and dress yourself?

Boy

ay, graunh, zjoor.


ay, Witt, ehrr.

Ill,

ay,

1..11

may, bahw.
1

4.1^

hoo, suh, duh, lenn ?

141
leiut

DIALOGUE.

French.

Qai

Prononciation anglaue.
ize, dherre ?
Ar, you, ine, bedde, stle?
Dou, you, elpe ?
Ar, you, -slpe ?
E-ouque.

est Id ?

Hou,

Etes-voua encore au

Dormez-vous

lit ?

Etes vous endormi?


Eveillez-vous.

Je 8uis veill.
Qui voua a veill?

Mon

amme, -ouque.

A'ye,

Hou, ouque-de, you?

frre.

Levez-vous.
Debout, debout.
Est-il temps de se lever ?

Md'ye, br-dhe-re.
R'ye-ze.
Oppe, oppe.
Ize, ite, t'ye-me, tou,
r'ye-ze?

grand jour.
est huit heures.
Ouvrez la porte.
Elle est ferme d la clef.

Ite, ize, t, o-clque.

Il est

Ite, ize,

Il

La
La

0-pe-ne, dhi, dore.


Ite, ize, lque-te.

clef est dans la serrure.

Levez

Dhi,

le loquet.

porte est ferm au verrou.

Attendez un peu.
Je vais me lever.
Je

me

brade, d.

ki',

ize, ine, dhi,

dore.

Life-te, oppe, dhi, latte-che.

Dhi, dore,

ize,

ble-te-de.

St, , lit-te-le.
A'ye, amme, go-ign'e,tou,

r'ye-

Z6*

lve.

A'ye,

19iMK

n
Garon

habillez-vous

11

allumez une chandelle.

Faites du feu.

''mr?

d,^^^ youre-sel-fe
Ou'ye, dou, you, note maue
ce-te,
^nneider dresse!
youre-selfe.
B'ye, l'ye-te, dhi, canne-de-

Mqe,

donnez-moi

crtte'"''
^^"

Oui et mes bas.

^^^

r'ye-zign'e.

DIALOGUE.

Habilez-vous.

Que ne vous
promptement?

amme,

ma
'^

Pr,

, f-ye're.

gixiv'e,

Ov|

mi, m'ye, br-t'che-

you, have, youre, n'ye.

vi!-"r:_-

..

....

..

kign'e-ze, or, dhi,ouor-8te-de,

ouane-ze

142
English.

Give ma the thread stockinga


because

Give me
Give me

My

it is

hot.

feel,

my socks.
my garters.

stockings

have

holes

in

them.

Meud

those stockings a

little.

There are your shoes.


Clean or wipe my shoes.

Give me ray

par-s'kill, fay,

or fab,

how.
Don-ay, mwah, mey, sho-sonh.
Don-ay, mwah, mey,zjar-t'yare.
Mey, bahw, sonh, troo-ay.
Fait,

//anh,

pwanh, ahw,

bahw.
Vwah-lahw,

vo, sool-yay.

soy,

Net-twah-yay, hoo, day-crotay, mey, sool-yay.


Don-ay, mwah, mey, paunh-

slippers.

toOfl.

Get my shoes mended.

Fait,

rac-com-mo-day,

mey,

sool-yay.

Comb my
The

French pronunciation.
Don-ay, mwah, ley, bahw, duh,

wig.
combs are not clean.
'

Painfe-j,ay,

mahw,

pay-ruke.

Ley, paing-ye,nuh, sonh, pahw,


nett.

Will you have a horn


a box comb?

Lend me your

comb

ivory comb.

Somebody has broken


six teeth out of

Put some powder


I

or

my

five or

comb.

in that wig.

must wash my hands, my


mouth and my face.

Voo-lay, voo, z'anh, paing-ye,


duh, cum, hoo, anh, paingye, duh, bwee ?
Pray-tay, mwah, vottr, paingye, dee-vwar.
Kelk, anh, ahw, ronh-pu, senk,
hoo, see, daunh, duh, monh
paing-ye.
Met-ay, duh, lahw, poodr, ahw
sett, pay-ruke.
Ill, fo, kuh, zjuh, muh, law,
ley, manh, lahw, boosh, ay
luh, vee-zaKje.

Give me the basin.


Give me a little soap.

Don-ay, mwah, luh, bass-anh.


Don-ay, mwah, anh, pub, dub,

Where

Hoo, ay,

sav-onh.

have

is

your wash-ball ?

lost

it.

Wipe

or dry your hands with


the towel.

My

vottr, sav-on-ett ?

Zjuh, I'ay, pare-du.


Frot-ay, hoo, es-swee-yay, vo
manh, x'ahw, lahw, sarev'yett.

bands were very

Where
Here
It is

is

my

Mey, manh, z'ay-tay, or tab,


for, sal.

shirt ?

it is.

not clean.

Jt is dirty.

dirty.

XXOO SV. HS^hw.

9.\\f^-TYl^^.S^ra

Lahw, vwah-see.
Ell, n'ay,

pahw,

Ell, ay, sal.

bi

unhsb.

148
French,
Ponne-inol les bas de
cequ'il fait chaud.

fil

par-

Donnez-moi mea chaussons.


Donnez-moi mes jarretires.
He8 bas sont trous.
sey,

Faites

un point

Guive, mi, m'ye, sque-ce.


"'^ '"''

^f-'y^'
flt-kigne-ze,
hle-ze, ine, dherame.

Faites

raccommoder mes sou.

liers.

Peignez ma perruque.
Les peignes ne sont pas nets.

bave.

Menne-de, dhze, st^ltigno-ze.


'
, lit-te-le.

Voil vos souliers.


Nettoyez ou dcrottez mes souliers.

Ki-teurze.

5
Mye,

ses bas.

Donnez-moi mes pantoufles.

Prononciation <tnglait$
Ouive, mi, dhi, tbrcdde,*
stkigne-ze, bi-cze. ite,
i,

Dherre, ar, youre, chouze.


Olne, ar, ou'ye-pe,
m-ye.*
'
chouze.
Ouive, ml, m'ye, sliT-peurze.
Guette, m'ye, chouze,
menne.
de-de.
Come, m'ye, ouigue.
Dhi, cme-ze, ar, note,
cllne.

Voulez-vous un peigne de corne ou un peigne de buis.


Prtez-moi votre peigne

d'ivoi-

re.

Quelqu'un a rompu cinq ou


six
dents de mon peigne.
Mettez de la poudre
cette
perruque.
Il

faut que je me lave les


mains,
la bouche et le visage.

Donnez-moi le bassin.
Donnez-moi un peu de savon.

Ou

est votre savonnette ?

Je l'ai perdue.
Frottez ou essuyez vos
mains
la serviette.

Mes mains taient

O est ma
La voici.

Ouile,

you, have, , hre-ne.


come, or, , boc-se, come.

Lenne-de, mi, youre,


'ye-ver, come.
Somme, bod-d, hazze, br-kene, f'ye-ve,

oute, o
Jr-oute,

,,,

'>r,
,

sic-se, t-the,

i.ye,

come.

,u.me, p'ou-de-re, ine,

dilate, ouigue,

A'ye,

moate, ou-che, m'ye


hanne-d'ze, m-ye,
m'outhe
anne-de, m'ye, fce.
Guive, mi, dhi, b-se-ne.
Guive, mi, , lit-te-le,
spe.
Ouaire,

ize,

youre,

ou-che,
'

ble.

A'ye, have, l-ste,

Ou'ye-pe

or,

hanne-d'ze,

ite.

dr'ye,

oui-the,

youre,
dhi
'

t-oue'le.
fort sales.

chemise.

Elle n'est pas blanche.


Elle est sale

M'ye, hanne-d'ze, ouaire,


ve.
r, deur-t.
---:=iic, izc, uia'jr,

Hiere,

ite, ize.

Ite, ize,

note, cline.
Ite ize, deor-te.

cheurte.

144
English.
handkerchief.

Give

me my

Here
Give

me

is

my

in

gave
it

a clean one.
the handkerchief .that

is

to the
dirty.

it

was

You did

coat pocket.

washer-woman,

well.

French pronunciation.
Don-ay, mwab, anb, mcoshwar.
Aunh,vwah-lahw, anh, blaunh.
Don-ay, mwah, luh, mooshwar, kee, ay, daunh, lahw,
posh, dub, monb, n'ab-ee.
Zjuh, lay, don-ay, ahw, lahw,
blaunh-shee-subze, ill, aytay, or tab, sal.
Voo, z'av-ay, b'yanh, fay, or
fab.

my

Has she brought

linen ?

AbWjt'oll, rap-por-tay,

monb,

lenzje.

Yes

Sir,

was nothing

there

missing.

r'yanh.

Some body knocks

who

see

it is.

at the door

Let him come

in.

20th

Do you

call

vwah-yay, kee, say.

Say, luh, ti-yebrr.


Fait, luh, aunb-tray.

dialogue.

there ?

is

Kelk, anh, frap, ahw, lahw,


purt,

It is the taylor.

Who

Wee, Mos-yuh, ill,nee,mannbk,

Madam

Kee, ay, lahw ?


Ap-pel-ay, voo,

Yes what's o'clock ?


I do not no Madam.

Wee,

Mad-amm ?

kell, ehrr, ay, fill?

Zjuh, nub, say, or sab, pahw,

Mad-amm.
See by

my

It does

not go.
me, that

Give

it

Vwah-yay,

watch.

may wind

it

up.

There it is. Madam.


Give me my shift.

luh, ahw, mabw,


monhtr.
Ell, nub, vahw, pahw.
Don-ay, lahw, mwab, af-anh,
kub, zjuh, lahw, monbt.
Lahw, vwah-labw, Mad-amm.
Don-ay, mwab, mabw, shemeeze.

not warm.
am going to warm

pahw, shoad.
Zjuh, vay, or vah, lahw, sho-

It is
I

Ell, n'ay,

it.

fay.
Is there

a good

fire'in

my

clo-

set?

very good one.


Give me my morning gown.

Ee, ahw,

fill, anb, bonh, fuh,


daunh, monb, cab-ee-nay, or

nah.
For, bonh.

Don-ay, mabw, rub, du, matanh.

TT

XlCrC

Give

* - vr- J
lit ia, iI2I*\I4iII*.

me my slippers, my stockand my garters.

ings

Lahw, vwah-see, Mad-amm.


Don-ay, mwab, may, pannhtoofl, mey, bahw, say, mey,
jar-fyare.

im
,i^encA.

Prononciation anglaUe.
Guive, mi, m'ye, hanne-keur-

nDonnez-moi
un mouchoir.

En

voil

un blanc.

eTZ' la
est dans
naoi.

Here/ize, , clne, ouane

^"'^''

^"^

""T'^^''
poche
de mon

ir

A-t-elle rapport

Oui, Monsieur,

"f ",
Quelqu'un
C

mon

n'y

Hazze, chi, brte, m'ye, li-ne-

manque

Yesse, Se-re, dherre, ouze. nthign'e, mi-sign'e.

frappe la 'porte,

Lette, hime,

20iMB

montre.

Si, b'ye,

Elle ne va pas.

;;''^^^*-

je la

chemise.

Elle n'est pas chaude.


Je vais la chauiTer.
*

'1

,.

^^"

TXt^^

Ite, ize, note,

*^*^ "'^'^

robe du matin.

'^l^^'f'' "t"^"^^Donnez-moi

mes bas

et

amme,

ourme,

Fort bon.

ma

uuz^e, noie,
dozze,
note, go.
ite, mi, dhate, 'ye.m.
ouine-de, ite, oppe.
Dherre, ite, ize Mad-de-me.
Guive, mi, m'ye, cLifte.

Guive,

A'ye,

"^^^^^^^^

Donnez

m'ye, ou-t'che.

ii,
Ite,

Donnez-la moi afin que


monte.

ine.

Yesse, ouate, z'o-clque ?


A'ye, dou, note, no, Mad-de-me.

Je ne sais pas. Madame.

ma

comme,

Hou, ize, dhsrre ?


Dou, you, cale, Mad-de-me ?

Oui, quelle heure est-il ?

dite.

DIALOGUE.

Qui est l?
Appelez- vous. Madame ?

Donnez-moi

Somme-bod^i, nque-se,
ite, ize, dhi, t-le-r.

Faites le entrer.

ma

You, dide, ouelle.

linge ?

est le tailleur.

Voyez-le

hanne-keurm'ye.

cte p-ke-te
A'je, guve, ite,' tou, dhi, ouchere-hou-me-ne, ite, ouze.
'
deur-t.

blanchisseu-

"^Ve^l
se 11 ^^"f/iTi*
tait sale.

Vous avez .....


bien fait.

^^'^

"^''

t'chife, dhate, ize, ine,

mes pantoufles,
mes jarretires.

ourme.
go-i^n'e,

toa,

ite.

^'' *^^"' ^ 0"^e. f-ye-re,


ine, m'ye, clo-ze-te?

E, ve-r, goude, ouane.


Guive, mi, m'ye, mre-nign'e,
g'oune.
Here, ite, iz, Mad-de-me.
Guive, mi, m'ye, sli-peur-ze
m'ye, st-klgn-ze, anne-de;
m'ye, gar-teur-26.

146
Enghtk.
cannot find the garteri.

What have you done with them?

French proHunciation. ^
Zjuh, nub, BO-ray, or rah, trooray, ley, zjar-t'yare.
Caunh, n'av-ay, voo, fay, or

What's become of them ?

Kub, Bonh,

fah?

cannot

dev-en-u ?

fell,

tell.

Zjuh, nuh, so-ray, or rah, voo,

them.

Share-shay, ley.
Zjuh, ley, ghairsh, par-too.

luh, deer.

Look
I

for

do look

for

them every where.

Yoii leave all things in disorder.

Voo, les-say,

toot,

anh, day-

zordr.

Spread the

toilet.

Ay-taunh-day,

lahw,

twah-

lett.

Wipe

that looking-glass a

lit-

tle; it is all dirty.

Frot-ay,z'anh, puh,lahw, glass,


duh, suh, meer-war, ell ay,
toot, sal.

Reach me a chair.
Give me my combing-clo.th.

my

Clean

They

combs.

are clean,
me a pin.

Give
There

is

Madam.

my

Ill,

muff,

my

sonh, nett,

Mad-amm.

Dun-ay, mwah, une, ay-pengl.


Vwah-lahw, lahw, plut.

the pin-cushion.

Lace me very tight.


Where are my ruffles.
Give me my tippet, my

Dun-ay, mwah, une, shaze.


Dun-ay, mwah, monh, paingwar.
Nct-wah yay, mey, paing-ye.

Lass-ay,
gloves,

fan.

mwah,

for, sare-ay.

Hoo. sonh, mey, maunh-shett.


Dun-ay, mwah, mahw, pal-ateen, mey,
gaunh, monh,
maunh-shonh, monh, n'ayvaunh-ti.

Open

the

powder box.

Give me the puff to powder my


hair.

How

do you think

Very

well.

look ?

Com-maunh,
voo?
For, b'yanh.
Voo, s'av-ay,

You

look very well.


Is not my head-dress awry

No, Madam.
Gu auu bid ihu cOttcbmau put
the horses to the coach.

Oov-ray, lahw, bwaht, ahw,


poodr.
Dun-ay, mwah, lahw, hoop,
poor, poo-dray, mey, shehvuh.

mub,

for,

troo-vay,

bun,

Mahw, kwah-fure,

air.

n'ay, t'ell,

pahw, duh, trav-air?


Nonh, Mad-amm.
Ai-ay, deer, o, cush-ay, kill,
mett, ley, sher-o, z'o, car-

ou.

'

U1
French.

Je D saurais tronycr

les jar-

retires.

Qu'en avez-vous

fait ?

PronoiicialioH anglais*.
'ye,
canne-note, fgne-de,
dhi, gar-teur-ze.
Ouate, have, you, donne, ouithe,

Que

dhemme ?
bi-comme,

Oute-ce,

sont-elles devenues ?

ovvo,

dhemme ?
Je ne saurais vous

A'ye, canne-note, telle.

le dire.

Louque,

Clierchez-les.

Je

les

Vous

cherche partout.
laissez tout

en dsordre.

for,

dhemme.

A'ye, dou, louque, for, dhemme,


cv-ve-r, ouaire.
You, live, aie, thignc-ze, ine,
di-zor-de-re,

Etendez la

Spredde, dhi, t'ye-le-te.

toilette.

un peu la glace de ce
miroir, elle est toute sale.

Frottez

Donnez-moi une chaise.


Donnez-moi mon peignoir.
Nettoyez mes peign
Ils sont nets, Mad

>

Ou'ye-pe,

dhate, lou-kign'c,
glace, , lit-te-le, ite, ize,
aie, deur-t.
R-t'che, mi, , t'chair.
Guive, mi, m'ye, c-mign'e,
cl-the.
Clne, m'yc, cme-ze.

Dh,

.:

ar, clne,

Donnez-moi une piagic.

Guive, mi,

Voil la pelottc.

Ilere,

Lacez-moi

fort serr.

sont mes manchettes ?

Donnez-moi

ma

gants, mon
van tail.

palatine, mes
manchon, mon

Mad-de-me.

, pine.

ize,
dhi, pine-cochceune.
Lce, mi, ve-r, t'ye-te.
Ouaire, ar, m'ye, rof-fcul-ze?
Guive, mi, m'ye, ti-pe-te,
m'ye,
glovve-ze,
m'ye,
moffe, m'ye, faune.

Ouvrez la bote poudre.

0-pe-ne, dhi, p'ou-dere,boc-se.

Donnez-moi la houpe pour poudrer mes cheveux.

Guive,

Gomment me

H'ou,

trouvez-vous

mi, dhi, pofife,


tou,
p'ou-de-re, m'ye, hair.

'ye,

Fort bien.
Vous avez fort bon

Ma

coiffure

air.

n'est-elle

pas de

travers ?
NoTi Madjime.
Allez dire au cocher qu'il mette
lev chevaux au carrosse.

dou,

louque

you,

thine-que,

Ve-r, ouelle.
You, louque, ve-r, ouelle.
Ize, note, m'ye, hedde-dresse,
-r ?

Xo- Mad-de-me.
Go, anne-de, bide, dhi, c-t*che-

manne, poute, dhi,hftre-e-z,


tou, dhi, cd-t'ch.

us
I

English.

French pronounciaton.

Madam, the coach

ready

is

it

before the door.

is

Lay up

all

my

cloths,

and put

things in order.

all

21sT

Who

there

is

is

Kee, vahw, lahw?


Oov-ray, lahw, purt.
Hoo, ay, tonh, maitr?
Ill, ay, coo-shay.

bed.

in

Is he asleep still?

No,

he

sir,

is

Dor-t'ill, aunh-cor?
Nonh, Mos-yuh, ill,

awake.

he up?

Is

Is he stirring

Not yet

will you be pleased


to step into his chamber ?

How
I

you

are

went
that

in

bed

bed so late last night


could not get up early.

ay,

t'ay-

vay-yay.
Ay, fill, lev-ay?
Suh, lew, t'ill ?
Pahw, z'aunh-cor; voo, play,
or plah, t'ill, daunh-tray,
daunh, sahw, shaunhbr ?

Kwah

still ?

to
I

luh,
car-oss, ay,
prah, ill, ay, dev-aunh, lahw,
purt.
Sare-ay, toot, mey, hard, ay
'
met-tay, toot, aunh, n'ordr.

DIALOGUE.

Open the door.


Where is thy master ?

He

Mad-amm,

ait, voo, z'aunh-cor. o.


'
'
lee?
Zjuh, muh, coo-shay, hee-air,
see, tarr, kuh, zjuh, n'ay,
pu, muh, lev-ay, duh, bunI

ehrr.

What

did

you do

after supper ?

Kuh,

feet,

voo, z'ap-rah, soo-

pay?

How

did you spend the evening?


We played ai cards.
What game did you play at ?

Cora-maunh,
pas-sat,
voo,
lahw, swah-ray?
Noo, zjoo-amm, z'o, cart.
Ahw, kell, zjuh, zjoo-at, voo?

At

picket.

It

is

0, pee-kay, or kah.
Say, t'anh, zjuh, for, t'ahw,
lahw, mud.
Ap-rah, seh-lahw, noo, fume,

game

vc^ry

much

in

fashion.

After that

we went

to the ball.

z'o, bal.

How

long were you there ?

Zjuce-k'ahw,
fute,

vco

kell,

ehrr,

Till twelve o'clock at night.

Zjuce-k'ahw, mee-nuee.

At what time

Ahw,

did

you go to

bed ?

At one

kell, ehrr, voo, z'ait, voo,

uoo-shay
in the morning.

Ahw,

ee,

une, n'ehrr, ap-rab, meenuee.

149
\-

Frtnch.
Madame, le carrosse est prt,

il

Prononciation anglaise.
Mad-de me, dhi, c-t'che, ize,

Serrez toutes mes bardes, et


mettez tout en ordre.

rcd-d, ite, ize, bi-fre, dhi,


dore.
L, oppe, aie, m'ye, cloze,
anne-de, poute, lCj thigne-

est devant la porte.

ze, ine, or-de-re.

21MB

DIALOGUE.

Qui va l ?
Ouvrez la porte.

Uou,

est ton matre ?

Il est

couch.

Dort-l encore ?
t'ay-

Non, Monsieur,

est veJU.

No,
Ize,

sc-re, hi, ize,

-oucque.

oppe?

Iii,

Ize, hi, steur-rign'e ?

Pas encore vous plat-il


trer dans sa chambre ?
;

dherre?

Ize, hi, -slpe, stile?


il

Est-il lev ?
Se lve-t-il ?

Quoi

ize,

0-pc-ne, dhi, dore.


Ouaire, ize, dh'ye, massc-te-re?
Tli, ize, ine, bedde.

d'en-

tes-vous encore au

lit ?

Note,

yettc

ouile,

you,

bi,

plze-de, tou, steppe, ine-tou,


hize, t'clime-be-re ?
Il'ou
ar, you, ine, bedde,
!

stile ?

me

Je

couchai hier

je n'ai

si

que

tard,

pu me lever de bonne

heure.

Que

fltes-vous aprs souper?

Comment

passtes-vous la soi-

re?
Nous joumes aux cartes.

quel jeu jouies-vous

A'ye, oucnne-te, tou, bedde, so,


lte, laste, n'ye-te, dhate,
'ye, coude, note,
guette,
oppe, heur-l.
Ou-te, dide, you, dou, af-te-re,
3op-pe-re ?
H'ou, didc, you, spenne-de,
dhi, ive-nign'e ?
Oui, pldc, atte, cre-d'zc.

Ouate, gume, dide, vou, pl,

atte ?

Au

piquet.
C'est un jeu fort la

Atte, pi-kc-te.

mode.

Aprs cela nous fmes au


ee,

bal.

Jusqu' quelle heure y ftes-

voua?
Jusqu' minuit.

Quelle heurs vonR Atf


couch ?
une heure aprs minuit.

Ite, ize, , gume, ve-r,


che, ine, fache-eune.

mottc-

Af-te-re, dhate, oui, ouenne-te,


tou, dhi, bale.

H'ou, longn'e,
dherre ?

ouaire,

you,

Tile, touelle-ve, o-clque, atte,


n'ye-te.
A

4<.

you, go, tou, bedde ?


Atte, ouane, ine, dhi, mrnign'e.

IdO
^ngli*k

don

wonder jou

rise

so late.

French pronunciation.
Zjuh, nuh, may-tun, pahw, see,
voo, TOO, lev-ay, see, tarr.

H to

Kell, ehrr, ay, fill, b'yanh?


Kell, ehrr, croo-ah-yay. too,

__,

What O'clock is it ?
What o'clock do you

take

be?

k'ill,

It has struck ten.


Rise as fast as you can.

swah?

ay, deez, ehrr, son-ay.


Lev-ay, too, z'o, plu, Teet.
Ill,

We'll go and take a turn round


the Park when you are drest.

Noo, z'ee-ronh, fare, anh, toor,


duh. Park, caunh, too, seray, z'ab-eel-yay.

dialogue.

22nd
Will you go to breakfast ?
Is

Voo-lay-voo, day-zjen-ay ?

breakfast time ?

What

will
fast?

you have

Ay,
for break-

Bread and butter.


Lay a napkin on that

vottr.

day-zjen-ay ?
Du, panh, ay, du, behrr.
Met-tay,
une,
sare-v'yett,
sewr, sett, tahbl.
Ranh-say, ley, vare.
Don-ay, z'anh, s'yazje, ahw,

table.

Rinse the glasses.

Give the gentleman a

taunh, duh, day-zjcn-

fill,

ay?
Kuh, voo-lay, voo, poor,

seat.

Mos-yuh.

Take a

chair and sit

Sit by the
I

fire

am

very well here,


cold

You
I

down.

am

not

Pren-ay, z'une, shaze, ay, assay-yay, voo.


Met-tay, voo, prush, du, fuh.
Zjuh, ser-ay, for, b'yanh, n'eecee, zjuh, n'ay, pahw, froo-ah.

don't eat.

Voo, nuh, maunh-zjay, pahw.

have eat so much

that I
eat my

Zjay, taunh, maunh-zjay, kuh,


zjuh, nuh
poo-ray, pahw,
dee-nay.

only jest, you have eat


nothing at all.

Voo, voo, mo-kay, voo, nav-ay,


r'yanh, maunh-zjay.

shan't be
dinner.

able

to

You

23ME
Is it dinner

It is time to

At what
<ine ?

At two?

DIALOGUE.

time ?

go

Ay-t'ill,

to dinner.

o'clock do

yon use

Ill,

to

taunh, duh, dee-nay?

ay, taunh, d'al-ay, dee-nay.

Ahw,

kell,

ehrr,

av-ay,

voo,

coo-tume, duh, dee-nay?


Ahw, duh, a'ehrr.

161
French.
Te

ne m'tonne paa
vous cveK si tard.

si

tous

Prononciation angtaite.
A'ye, done- te, oune-de-re, you,
r'ye-ze, so, lte.

Qaelle heure est-il bien ?


Quelle heure croyeat-vous

qu'il

soit?
Il est dix Ifeures sonnes.
LcTez-Tous au plus vite.

Ouate, o-clque, ize, ite?


Ouate, o-clque, dou,
tque, ite, tou, bi?

you,

hazze, strocque, tenue.


R'ye-ze, azze, faste, azze, you,
Ite,

canne.
toor,

Nous

un tour de

irons faire

Parc, quand vous serez habill.

22MK

Ouile, go, anne-de, tque, ,


tourne, r'ounde, dhi,Prque,
ouenne, yon, ar, dreste.

DIALOGUE.
Ouib, you, go,

Voulez-vous djeuner?

tou, brque-fe-

ste?
Est-il

temps de djeuner ?

Que voulez-vous pour

Ize, ite, brque-fe-ste,

votre

djeuner?

have, for,

brque-fe-ste ?

Du

pain et du beurre.
Mettez une serviette sur cette
table.

Rincez

Ouate, ouile, you,

t'ye-me

Bradde, anne-de, bot-te-re.


L, , nappe-ke-ne, ne, dhate,
t-be-le.

Rine-ce, dhi, gla-ce-ze.


G'aive, dhi, d'jenne-teul-me-ne,

les verres.

Donnez un sige

Monsi^^'^r.

, site.

Prenez une chaise et asseyezvous.


Mettez-vous proche du feu.
Je serai fort bien ici, je

pas

Tque,

t' chair,

anne-de,

site,

d'oune.
Site, b'ye, dhi, f'ye-re.
n'ai

A'ye,

amme,
'ye,

here,

froid.

ve-r,

ouelle,

amme,

note,

cle-de.

Vous ne mangez
J'ai tant

You, daune-te,

pas.

mang que

je ne pour-

rai pas dner.

tc.

A'ye, have, te, se, motte-che,


dhate, 'ye, channe-te, bi,
-be-le, tou, te, m'ye, dine-re.

Vous vous moquez, vous n'avez


rien mang.

You,

aune-l, d'jeste,
have, te, n-thign'e,

you,
atte,

aie.

23RD
Est-il
Il

est

temps de dner ?
temps d'aller, dner.

qaelle heure avez-vous cou-

tume de dner ?

DIALOGUE.

deux

hurefl.

Ize, ite, di-ne-re, t'ye-me ?


Ite, ize,

t'ye-me, tou, go, tou

Ate, ouate, o-clque, dou, you


youze, tou, d'ye-n?
Atte, tou.

162
.,
Prav
A?J^^'
Pray talTA
take a
dmner with
u,

..
n
Cat* .om. ahce,

Rat , -u

\':d
ft""

2*s-ytt, swr, lahw,


r7;,
tahbl.

of bread.

"""<'

^"'- '^'

R--May, ley., haze, .'o-toor,


.e.
^rl'^^"-'^ culefoor-shett,

z'ay,

ley,

'""' ?"''
n ay, pahw, z'aunb-cor.
#'']r"^

Jotrd^yet.
^

traunhsh, duh,

duh, lahw, mee, toot, aunhsaunhbl.

"""

""

,p7o.f,
*^

Coo-pay, dey

th*Lw:.'"'

U)

French pronunciation.
Zjuh, too, pree, duh, de^nair,

^U,

"^

'

prah.

24th

Do you

like french

dialogue.

soup ?

Tesp..idedth,b.hbeweU
made.

Take some white bread.

Give

brown bread

me some new

Cfo'XS.'.uh,
yonh,
swah, b'yanh,

Bring some household bread.

I like

Ay-may, voo, lahw, soop, ahw,

better.

bread.

Boy chip the bread.


Shin l'ouYy-o7;me
upper or ader crust '

'

fah.

boo"*^
or

fay.
/

Ap-por-tay, du, panh, duh,


may-nazje.
Pren-ay, du, panh, blaunh.

Zjem, m'yuh, luh, panh, bee.

Don-ay, mwah, du, panh, fray,


'
or frah.

f the

VoTrolttSi'^'d'S' Lht
'
J'I^j; dSu^ ho'o,' d'
sairve, duh, suh, boo-yee
?

As you
I'll

please.

help myself.

Oiy ua the dish.

Com,
Zjuh,

ill,

voo, play-rahw.
sare-vee-ray, mwah-

muh,

Don-ay, noo, luh, plahw.

13

lai ion.

French
Je vous prie de dinci
d'hui avee noua.
Mettez la nappe.

dee-nair,
ck, QOO.

Mettez la salire et des assiettes


sur la table.

hsh, duh,

Coupez des tranches de

croot, ay,

i,

Coupez de la crote
mie tout ensemble.

aunh-

z'o-toor,

y,

Rangez

les chaises
la table.

-toe,

ley,

cule-

ee-nay.
iuab-cor,

ahw,

uh, boo-

owe, bredde.

duh,

b,

unh.
1,

Oui

autour de

la

bom aoit

Apportez du pain de mns^^


Prenez du

pjii blanc.

mieux

Dou, y

Y^

l'y,,.,.,

f,..a,

pro-v',. de-Oe,
dhi,
^-br-the, bi, ouelle, mde.
Brign'e, somme,
h'ouce-hlede, bredde.

Tque, somme, ou'ye-te, bred-

pain

bis.

A'ye, l'ye-que, br'oune,


bred-

frais.

Guive, mi, somme, niou,


bred-

de, bet-te-re.

de.
B'ye, t'chipe, dhi, bredde.

de dessSs ou'de colle


SOUS ?

voo,

mwah

dhi,
n'ye-v'ze,
farque-ce, anne-de,
spoune-

de,
le

Donnez-moi du pain

panh.
lahw,
00, duh,

or-

DIALOGUE.

.pe la ftanle

ine,

t-be-le.

ar,

Cale, for, di-ne-re.


note, r-d, yette.

1,

V.

Ouaire,

Ite, ize,

1,

yee?

Sette, dhi, t'chair-ze,


de-re, r'ounde, dhi,

bien fait

ih,

somme, croste, anne-de,


cromme, tou-gus-dhe-re.

pas encore prt.

p ,e

bee.

ih, fray,

Cotte,

Faites servir le dner.

Aim^z-voas

sle'te-sel-le-re,

plte-ce, op-ne
dhi, t-be-le.
Cotte,
somme, sl'ye-ce-ze.

sont les couteaux, les four-

Il n'est

dhi,

anne-de,

et de la

chettes et les cuillres

fay, or

Sette,

pain.

24iMB
>op,

L, dhi, cl-the.
Seurve, oppe.

Servez.

yare, ay,
w^r, lahw,

ot,

Prononciation anglaiu.
Pr, tque, , di-no-re,
ouithe
osse, tou, d.

niiiour-

"^

d?crb7n?iT
'

dede

^""""^

Comme il vous plaira.


me servirai mni.rjja^.

Je

^t
2

le plat.

'

"'""''
onne-

di' rt'
""''
op-pe-re, or,

Cha'li^NTerillpe, ,, ,,
somme, owe, dhice,b'yel'de.
A-ze

vnn P"ze.
r^ii-,f "'.y"'.
J"c-ie,
-a-

Donnez-nous

^""'

'e'

ipe, m"ye-8eif.

Ouive, osse, dhi, drche.

154
Engli$h
give the gentleman some
drink.
Madam, I drink your health

Boy-

How

French pronounciaton.
x'ahw,
don-ay,
Qar-sonh,
bwar, ahw, Mos-yuh.
zjuh, bwab,
vottr, saunh-tay.

Madam,

Com-maunh,

do you like that beer ?

z'ahw,
voo,

troo-vay,

b'yare ?
Zjuh, troove, lahw, b'yare, assay, bun.
Kub, zjuh, lahw, goot.
Zjuh, lahw, troove, trop, amsett,

like the beer pretty well.

Let me Uste
1 think

it is

it.

too bitter.

air.

Come,

Sir, eat

what* you

like

beat

no stomach.
Give us some mustard.

I have

Al-onh, Mob j uh, maunh-zjay,


dub, sub, kub, voo, troo-vay,
luh, plu, z'ahw, vottr, goo.
Zjuh, n'ay, pwanh, d'ap-ay-tee.
Don-ay, noo, dub, lahw, mootard.

Where

is

Hoo, ay, luh, moo-tard-yay

the mustard pot?

Let us take a turn round the


garden, and then we will
come and drink tea.

25th

Al-lonh, fare, anb, toor, duh,


zjar-danh, ay, aunb-switt,
noo, v'yanh-dronh, praunhdr,
du, tay.

dialogue

Mos-yuh, av-ay, voo, kelk,


leevr, noo-vo?
Wee, Mos-yuh, kel, es-pess,
Yes sir, what sort of books.
duh, leevr, soo-ett-ay, voo?
leevr, d'isWill you have books of history, Voo-lay, voo, dey,
twar, duh, mat-ay-mat-eek,
mathematics, philosophy, diduh, fee-lo-zo-fee, dub, tayvinity, physic, or law
o-lo-zjee, duh, medd-seen,
hoo, duh, droo-ah?
dey, leevr,
No, I am looking for books of Nonh, zjuh, shairsh,
duh, pwah-zee.
poetry.
Zjuh, pwee, voo, z'aunh, foor1 can furnish you with some in
neer, aunh, toot, surt, duh,
all languages.

Sir have

you any new books ?

the greek, latin,


Spanish, Italian, french and
english poets.

For

have

all

b&f gvd%
too.

many

of thm

launh'gg.
Car, zjay, too, ley, po-ett,
greek, lat-anh, es-pang-yol,
ee-tal-yanh, fraunh-say, or
sah, z'ay, aunh-glay, or glah.
>7:-.._U
n'aw
/^a-aaa
Htm.?
z-jaaaa,
" ^j j
;

grannhd, par-tee.

French,

^fadame, je

Comment

boi.,

^
""

votre sant.

mou

cette

dou,

you,

Je trouve la bire
assez bonne.

abate, bre ?

Que

U'
te,

Je

anire.

est le

dlii,

biro

Comme,

ite.
''''

se-re, ite, ouate,

Aye, have,

no,

^^'''

Treur^tr--^-

stom-meque.
^^'
mosse-

^potT.''"'

Allons faire un tour


de jardin

jou,'

'""""^'

tu'rde'''''

moutardier?

^-'

''''

laje-que, beste.

la moutarde.

prt'

S-te-rr"^'"'

n'ai point
d'apptit

Donnez-nous de

l'ye-que.'
^
^

'^'^f:*"*^.
ouella.

Lette, mi, t-ste,

Allons, monsieur,
mangez de
ce que vous
trouvez il liTs
^
a votre got.

Je

'"""^"''

/oure,'"h;i-tti*''

trouvez-vous

je la gote.
la trouve trop

'

'"^-tcurde,

ra ounde,
dhi,
gar-de-ne
anne.de, dhenne,
o'ui,

ouile,'

comme, anne-de,
drine-que.
25i:ME

DIALOGUE.

Monsieur, avez-vous
quelauea
'^"^'*"^

Imes nouveaux?

quelle esnoo
de livres
souhaitez-vou^?'
Voulez-vous des
livres d'hU
toire, de
mathmatiques do
philosophie, de
tholS' de
mdecine, ou de droit

""pVse.'''''''

'^

'^^C'^'

Oui, monsieur,

^'

"^^ P"" ^ous en fournir


toutes sortes de
langues.

^^' ^ou, ane-,


nio

"^"'-^'-

^
^Z"'
n

"'.
l'''''
^r*'' ^^^'^e-ce ?
'

^'"'

ZIX

^^^^e

^e

'

IXu^''''^'
ouithe,

tous les potes


grecs,
latins,
espagnols, italiens
franais et anglais.
'

J' al aussi
une grande partie.

di-vl-

or, l ?

'""'"^' lou-kign'e, for,


'

hnJ^'
bouque-ce,
en

j'ai

mlt-th-

fi-Ioz-of-f^,

owe,

po-c-tr.
for-niche, you.

somme,

Car

bouqne.ce

^^^''^o-k,

^A^I^'f
ni-t, fi.zic^

^ro-te,

ine, i;,

ne-gouide-je-ze.

Fora-

lat-te-ne,

span-niche

i/enne-che,
C^'.
ine-ghche, po-etce.

ovre,

ha^.j^^^^

dhemme,

tou.

i-tai-

anne-de,

150
Rnglith.
poeta have "you thon a
nalnd to buy?

French pronunciation.

What

V'ffi^'^ in latin for. the

use of

the Dauphin, Boileau'8


poems,
Dryden'fl works.

and

Kell,

po-ett

z'av-ay,

voo,

donhk, aunh-vee, d'ash-tay

Veer-zjeel, aunh, lat-anh,


ahw.
lu-zazje, du, Do-fanh,
ley

pwah-zee, duh, Bwah-lo,


ay
duh, Dryden.

ley, z'oov-razje,
I

have

all

those books.

Let me see them

Do you want no

if

^jay, too, sey, Icevr,

you please.

Fait,

lahw.

mwah, vwar,

ley,

s'ill.

'
voo, play, or plah.
iVav-ay, voo, pahw,
bez-wanh,
doatr, leevr?

other books 7

'

Not for the present.


But I want paper, pens,
sealmg-wa^ and wafers.

I sell

nothing of

all

you

that,

Pahw, poor,
ink,

but

will find it at the


stationer's who keeps
the next

shop.

Farewell
Sir,

Sir.

am your most humble

servant.

duh, pap-yay, ahw,


ay-creer,
duh, plume, ti-yay,
d'aunhkr
duh, seer, ahw,
cash-tay
ay, duh, panh, ahw,
cash-tay.
^juh, nuh, vaunii,
r'yanL duh,
too, seh-lahw, may,
or mah
voo,

z'aunh,

troo-ver-ay

shay luh, pap-et-yay,


kee
tyanh, lahw, boo-teek,
sweevaunht.
Adieu, Mos-yuh.
Mos-yuh, zjuh, swee,
vottr,
trah, z'embl,
sare-vee-tehrr.

26th

Madam, have you any rooms


Yes, sir will
see them?

May,

luh, pray-zaunh.
or mah, zjay, bez-wanh,

you be pleased

dialogue.
to

Mad-amm,

to

?^ ^
Wet' MSs'^^u^'v^n'o
^

Imco..onpp.

i'

av-ay,

u *r,7,

'

voo,

dey,

P^*y or

M;

Oi

ZJutMel','\V.r.'x-ph
Je

Ce

Hi
Bhaunhbr, ahw, coo-shay
av-eck, anh, c<'>>.ee-nay,
or

Must your rooms be


furnished
" ^"fnisnea
or not?
Furnished.

Pn"*fsii
*o,_till,

^^*

Oar-nee.

u
i.
kuh,
vo, shaunhbr.

8i-iiee, noo,

<

Vf.,

nonh?
Gai

l$1
'talion.

Irenes
Quels poeteg avez-Tou
done

^-7

voo,
d'ash-taj ?

t-anh,

ahw,

-fanh,

ley,

{ou,'

Virgile, en latin

Dryden.

lahw.

war,

8'ill,

Faites

les

moi voir

Ce.

s'il

vous

Lette, mi,

livres?

dub,

--^e.no.-dhere,

penne-.v VM-q^e,
sl-lign'e.
ouaxe, anne-de, ou-fenr-ze

A've

k-

'^^'

*^^'
Jha e
bon5''
fAe!de tl
^agne-de,
ite, '.^"'.u.^"""'
atte, dhi,
'

tique suivante.

swee-

you,

0*, ibi, p/.-zeune-to.


Botte, wTc. our
..te, p-pe-re.

Je ne vends rien de
tout cela.
luais vous en trouverez
chez
e papetier qui tient
la bou-

or niab,
lo-ver-ay,
ray, kee,
)

ife,

Note,

et de pain cacheter.

cash-tay.

dbemme,

^""'f "'"t

Pas pour le prsent.


Ma^s j'ai besoin de
papier
crire, de plumes
tailles,
d encre, de cire cacheter,

ay-creer,

si,

pilZG*

N'avez-vous pas besoin d'autres

d'aunhkr,
cash-tay,

ek,

annc-de,
Dra'ye-deune-ze
'
ouorque-ce.
A'ye, bave, aie, dhze,
bouque-

plat.

y-zaunh.
bez-wanh,

ani,

Veur-d'gilo, ine, lat-te-ue,


for.
dbi,youze, owe, dhi,
D-fene, Boileau-ze,
po^ume-ze.

J'ai tous ces livres


l.

bez-wanh,

l'usage du

Dauphin, les posies de


Boileau et les ouvrages
de Drv'
den.

wah-lo, ay,
ih,

Prononciation anglaise.
Ouate, po-etce,
have, you,
dhenne, , mgne-d^,

envie d'acheter?

st-

che.neurze,hou,kpe.ce,dhi,
'

neite, chape.
B,

Adieu, Monsieur.
Monsieur, je suis votre tr^

vottr,

e-tehrr.

humble sirv

teur.

26ME
dey,
)-ay?
>o,

play,

or

ex-prah,
unh,
tl,

fyf

ahw,
une,

DIALOGUE.
Mari
Hp
Mad-de-me,

Oui, monsieur, vous


plait-il
'
*^
^^^
" " les
voir ?

vZT^''^'
^^sse
se-re,

Je suis venu exprs pour


cela
cela.
y

A'!! amme,
o!l*"'
Aye,
comme,

Oombien vous en

me

faut-il ?

faut une salle maniP

une chambr
avec un cabinet.
et

nay, or

Madame, avez-vous des chambreslouer?

II

)o-shay,

w*.^ ^

J^^fe-ouelle, se-re.

" ^T' ^^l^"^^^' ^oure, mste,


homme-be-le, aeur-veune-te.

SSer

i,

have, you, ane-.


*"' ^" ^
ouile, you, bi, pl^''

^^^nimel
ne, por-

ul'ln^'n.^,.. a
a

'

^^'je-nign-e,

l^'uZ^"""'"'
^i
anne-de,
, bedde
f,?'
t cheme-be-re,
oui-the.

clo-re-te, tou, ite.

aunhbr.

onb?

v...* i
* aut-ii
l

4UC VOS cttubres soient

garnies, ou
Garnies.

non

Moste,

youre,

roume-ze,

for-niche-de, or, note?

For-mche-de.

'

bi,

,1

108
Engli$k.

Be so kind as to stay a
m this parlour, andmoment
I will
go and fetch the keys.

Frtnch pronounciaton.
Ay-yay, lahw, bonh-tay,

d'at-

taunhdr, anh, mo-mannh,


daunh, sett, sal, ay, zjee-ray
share-shay, ley, clay.

Well,

Madam,

stay for you.

Ay, b'yauh, Mad-amm,


jub.

Will you take the trouble


to

come up?

'

We follow you, Madam.


Here, is the apartment
you desire to

There

is

have on the

first floor.

Vwah-lahw, anh,

that there are all things


necessary in a furnished

room.

table,

looking-glass,

and

fine

ings.

Here

am

me

glad of

it.

do you ask

for

it,

'

let

my

chambers, but

month, what will you have

them?

never had less than two


guineas a months, for these
two
rooms.

daunh, z'une, shaunhbr.

is

too

ay,

nay-ces-

Com,

tahbl, tab-lett, meer-war,


shaze, z'ay
bell, tap-iss-ree.

gay-ree-donb,

z'oo, ay, luh,

cab-

Zjaunh, s wee, b'yanh, n'aize.


Conh-b'yanh, aunh, dem-aunhday, voo, par, sem-enn ?
Zjuh, nub, loo, zjam-ay,
or ah,
mey, shaunhbr, kuh,
par,

much.

z'hoo,par, car-t'yay.

Ay, b'yanh, zjuh,


dray,

par,

lay,

praunh-

mwahw, conb-

byanh, n'aunh, voo-lay, voo?


Zjuh,

n'u,

zjam-ay,

or

ah,

mwanh, dnh, dub, gee-nay


par,

That

ahw,

sare,

mwahw,

Well, I will take them


by the

ee,

suh, kee,

Sub-see, m'ac-com-mud,a8-say.

by the month, or the


quarter.

for

k'ill,

too,

Luh, vwah-nee.

well enough.

week ?
never

bonh.'

ee-nay, or nah.

How much
I

Voo, vwah-yay,

May, or mah,

it is.

This suits
I

hang*

the closet?

is

trab,

lee.

gar-nee.

shelf,

ataLds, chairs,

But where

Vwah-see, I'ap-part-em-aunh,
Kuh, voo, soo-ett-ay, o,
premyare, ay-tazje.

a very good bed.

You see

voo, z'at-taunh.
Voo-lay, voo, praunhdr,
lahw,
penn, dub, monh-tay?
JJoo, voo, swee-vonh, Mad-amm.

mv/ahw, duh,

shaunhbr.
S'ay, tro.

sey,

dub

'

1A9
i-tfty,

Frttich.

d*a(r

yes

y, zjee-raj,

la bont d'attendre un
moment dans cette salle, et

ay.

j'irai,

Dao-maQnfa,

cbercher les

Eh
hdr, labw,

ay?
Mad-amm.
-em-aunb,
r,

o,

ab,

prem-

bien,
tends.

madame,

vous

at-

Voulez-Tous prendre la peine


de monter ?
Nous TOUS suivons, madame.
Voici l'appartement que tous
souhaitez au premier tage.

bonb,

ee,

lit.

ahw,

nay-cesjbaanhbr,

Quelle,

Mad-de-me,

'ye,

st,

you.
Ouile, you, tque, dhi, trob-befor,

Voil un trs bon

par-le-re, anne-de, 'ye, onile,


go, anne-de, fette-che, dhi,
kze.

clefs.

je

*
Prononeiatioti atiglaut.
kgne-de, asie, ton, st,
, mo-menne-te, ine, dbice,

Bi, Bo,

Vous voyez

qu'il y a tout ce
qui est ncessaire dans une
chambre garnie.

le,

tou,

comme, oppe?

Oui, f-lo, you, Mad-de-me.


Here, ize, dhi, ap-prte-meunete, you, di-z-yere, tou, have,
ne, dhi, feurste, flore.
Dherre, ize, , Te-r, goude,
bedde.
You, si, dhate, dherre, ar, aie,
thigne-ze, n-ces-s-r, ine,
, feur-ni-che-de,

roume.

neer-war,
ze,

z'ay,

Comme

table, tablette, miroir,

, t-be-le, chelfe, lou-kign'e-

guridon, chaises et belles

glace, stanne-d'ze, t'cbair-ze,

tapisseries.

anne-de,

luh, cab-

Mais o est
d,as-say.

Le

le

cabinet ?

Toici.

Ceci m'accouimode assez.


n'aize.

J'en suis bien aise.

nn?

Combien en demandez-vous par

ih,

par,

ar-t'yay.

Here, ite, ize.


Dhice, sou-t'ce, mi, ouelle, -

semaine ?
Je ne loue jamais mes chambres
que par mois ou par quartier.

A'ye, amme, gladde, OTve, ite.


H'ou, motte-che, dou, you,
asque, for, ite, , ouque?
A'ye, nev-ve-re, lette, m'ye,
t'chme-beur-ze, botte, b'yc,
dhi,

praunhconb)
ay, TOO?

By.

dub,

or,

dhi,

prendrai par
en Toulez-

Je n'eus jamais moins de deux


guines par mois de ces deux
chambres.

A'ye, nev-Tc-re, hadde, lesse,


dhanne, tou, gui-nze, ,
monne-the, for, dhze, tou,

C'est trop.

roume-ze.
Dhate, ize, tou, motte-che.

Eh

bien, je les

mois,

combien

ah,

ree-nay,

monne-the,

coure-te-re.
Ouelle,
'ye,
ouile,
tque,
dhemme, b'ye, dhi, monnethe ; ouate, ouile, you, have,

vous?
or

bagne-

noffe.

im-aunhy, or ah,

fa'ye-ne,

igne-ze.
Botte, ouaire, ize, dhi, clo-ze-te?

for,

dhemme?

160
*

EnglUh.

.,

Pronunciation,
v.
'
V*^' conh-see-day-ray,
k 'h ^*^'
*-8ee, leb. plu

consider that this


the finest part
of the town
and that you are
withi^ ^

step of the court


^'

P , now
But

'

^^r-Vy^j, duh, iahw


veel!
ay, kuh, TOO,
n'ait, kahw
'^^^' P^b^, duh, lahW,
cooT:
*''

I think

on it mav
not board at, our
:>osT?^

a^

You ought to

\r

''^^^'

P^o-P^.
/ilb^'nr^
nub
pweezje, pahw, z'aitr

aunh,

Yes you may.


How much do you take fnr
^""^
boarder a week

'

,1

n
i T?' ^"^
Conh-b'yanh,

the rate of thirty


^ pounds

^ "^^ a
year.

does that
ax come to
to??

To about twelve
week.

shUlinffs
a
"'"'' ^

chamberand board together?


Kinerf
Tw'elve pounds
P
a quarter.
quarter

shay

poo-vay.

pren-ay, voo, par


sem-enn, duh, shajk,
paunh-

At

How much

paunh-s'yonh,

w^

.
Ah^"'^'^
Ahw, ray-zonb,

1
Ahw
1

'

duh, traunht.

P?'"' '^""^-

conh-b-yanh, n'ac

kuh

..'^-labw, rev-yanh.

Ahw,

aunh-vee-ronh,

'

'

dooze,

^' Poor,

J^'^^Vy
lUl shaunhbr,
lahw,
ay, Iahw
paunh-s'yonh, tootf
afnh'
saurhbl ?
^
Dooze, ieevr, par,
car-t'yay.

Well

.hall begin
to-morrow.

W^hen you please

Good
Good

fill voo,
play-rahw.
r,^".^'
Boah-swar,
Mad-amm.
Bonh-swar, Mos-yuh.

night. Madam.
night, Sir.

a^TH

Who
He

is

is

that

Ay, b'yanh, ,uh,


com-maunh ^^'*^' de-manh.

Gentleman?

DIALOGUE.
ir.
Kee,ay,8uh,
Mos-yuh, Iahw?

an Euglishmaa.
'^"h-I*7,

I took

him

for

a Frenchman

Then you were


mistaken.

Where does he

He

lire ?

lives in Suffolk
street.

2*S.te keep a house?


Sir, he lives
in lodgings.

'giah.'''^'

or

''*^' ""' ^^* Poo'^.


^^n/
anh, Fraunh-say,
Fr'-f
or sah.
voo,

'00, z'ait, donhk,

prt

'

may'

Hoo, dem-ehrr, fill ?


HI, dem-ehrr,
daunh, lahw. rn
'
deh, Suffolk.

T'yanh,t'ill,may-zonh?
onh, Mos-yoh. ill.
dem-e^unii, ihahbr,
gar-neo.""*

'

101
Vous deve coSrer
que
cl le

la ville, et

que ?ou8

un pas de

qu'

mghe.

You ^rj"^"/^'^'
dh.tt%u-"' .*'e-8i-de-re,

c'est

plus beau quartier


de
n'tes

'*

ne-Vt'

^'^''

^^''

'

^^^^\

fwL

la cour.

<*^^'

ta oune, anoe-de,
dh&te,
ar, oui-thine,
, steppe,

^hi,

you

owe'

^^'
'
*^e, note,
j
bre.de,atte,youre,b'ouce?

KA

'

"

&;c:^usparse.
-ne de chaque pfnJnl s?:'-ir-,
A
A

raison de trente
livres P^
"^"8
oar
an.

XeX1"1^re-t"4 ^7
aTT"^
Atte, dh, rte, owe,
theur-t,

combien

^,^^^^^'^e,

Tient?

-.

est-ce que
r*
^""^ cela
""^^^ "

Tou^TS^r/
lou, -b'oute,

semaine.

Et que prenez-voufl nm.r


chambre et a

ensemble.

Dou.

pensir

i-

il

Monsieur l ?

Non

hambre garnie.

3e-re.

ize

dhate,

d'jenne.teul-

A'ye,

touque,

hme,

Dh^e^^fC^Je,

for

'

miclt

ni*'''j

la rue

il

ad-de-me.

S^ l^lr^L' "^iL..
""^""'"'

de Suf-

"'

"^^'^^ /'

maison?

Monsieur,

y' P"'^-

^f^^'^
n'je-te,

Hi T.;
,
^''
''^' nne,
Ine.gHche-mene.

demeure-t-il ?

Tientlil

Oueire!' ',e,
challe, bi-guine
"'
tou, mor-ro.
^

Hou

un Anglais.

demeure dans

^"' ^^u, t-

DIALOGUE.

Vous vous .tes donc


m.pris.

1'^

aut^''

^2t'
oude,

/le prenais pour un Franais.

che-

M; 2^^^^^^^^^
2^T'

ainK

C'est

touelve,

ouque.

vous plara

Bonsoir, Madame
Bonsoir, Monseu;.

est ce

^>

dozze, dhate

xf-pVounde.e, , col.

Bhbienjecommenceraidemaln.

Quand

"^?"2

oit

livres par quartier.

'

, ire.

^^0" motte-che,

A environ douze schelWs


"gspar
par

Qui

n
S^S-r'

demeure en

^'*'? ^

l^^^l/'

d'jwlge
L

'

""' ""'

'*"

162
Ai,n=o.'^"*'^*i'^'
At
whose honse does t.ho lodge?.
.

He lodges at M... at the sign

n
How

1^
old

u
he o?

j8

of...

FrtMhpronunciaiion.
hay, kee, loaje, fill ?
lozje, shay, M... ahw,l'Munhsaing-ye, dub...
Kell, awzje, ahw, fill ?
Ill,

years oia.

senk, aunh.

did not take

him

to be so old.

ir
He
cannot. ube much youngor.

Zjuh, nuh, luh, croo-ah-yay, or

y^^' Pahw, sec, aw-zjay.


nuh, so-ray, or rah, f aitr,

gair, plu, zjenn.

married ?
NoSir, heisabatchelor.
,

Is he

Ay, f ill, mkr-yay


Nonh, Mos-yuh,

..

His mother

13

alive

still,

but his

"'^^'

''^

gar-

He baa two brothers and a sister.

Ahw,

?**'

^^

dey, frare, z'ay, dey,

fill,

sehrr?

T ^^^ ^'

^or, duh-pwee, dub, z'aunb.

Has he any brothers nd sisters?


1.

ay,

Sonh, pare, ay, sahw, mare,


sonh, fill, aunh-vee ?
Sahw, mare, vee, faunh-cor,

*'''''

w
iwo years.
years'

TT

?
ill,

sonh.

Are his father and motheralive?


rr.

Ill,

Ill,

ahw, dub,

frar^, zay,

uae

sehrr.
Is bis sister

married

Sahw, sehrr, ay, fell, mar-yay?


Wee, Moa-yuh.

Yes, Sir.

To whom.
To the Earl...
Have you knr vrn him long

'(

About three years.


TO^.

hT^

wi ^'"*
^"'^

Av-eck, kee
Av-eck, luh, conht, dub...
Ee, ahw, fill, lonb-taunb, kuh,

^" acquainted

voo, luh, con-nay-day.


ee, ahw, troo-ahw, z'aanh,
z'aunh-vee-ronh.
Hoo, ar-ay, voo, fay, or fab,
Ill,

'

con-nay-saunhse,
"^^'^ ^^* **

^Rnnf''*^"''"'^'^

*
^
is free and easy.

trtrnr
His shape

^j"^' ^' con-nay-saunhse, av*^^ ^ue!

Sahw,
Cf flt

One may
,j j

call

him a handsome

dresses very well.

tr
He
very genteel,
.

^""*"'

ti,

ahw. Rum.

iy, leebr, ay, day-

D *7 1 H. IT

Onh, puh, deer, kuh, say, f anb,


bell, ora.

He

av-eck

he has a very

m,

gut, ^^y, or mah, for,


b'yanh.
111, ay, b'yanh. toor-nav. il.
'
ahw, bun, air'.
'

les

i
laiton.

I?

Ohz qui loft-U

hWjl'Miinh-

n^loge chez M...

11?

hw, van ht,

ah,

J. D.

fifftr-

i-d^eze,

na,

'

atte, M...,
Stt'ye-ne, orve...

atte,

'
ole-de.
A'y, dido, note,
,,e, bin,,

le

CTor^

on Mon.i.r,

mare,

SoB^pr. .t

B?
ftunh-cor,

S.

paire, a,j,
h,

Hi

p..

.i

g<,

t'aitr.

ay,
iw,

m a-t-l ?

IWignc

anne-de, touenne-t,
Ire-ze!

ah-yaj, or
r-zjay.

Quel

Prononciation anglain

..re

myH encore;

z'aunh.

e.t g.ro..

.1

Ko, 3e-rc,

.nWI. e
m.i. .on
deux

hi, ize, ,

b.tt.-ch..

Ar i, f^he-re, .nne-de,
n,.
Bi,

e.. n,o,. depoi.

dSte ,

.t&e,

botr^Le,' lu-Vht"'

haze,bine,dedde,dhrze,to.'
z'ay, dey,

une

'ay,

A-t-U des frres et des surs?


Il , j,.-. -1
lU
de frres et une sur.
.

Hazze, hi, ane-,


br-dheurze*
anne-de, sice-tcur-ze ?

Hi

hazze,'

ton,

mar-yay?

ih...

inh,

kab,

aITo}^'^
1

',

z'aanh,

or fah,
av-eck,

tihse,

le

Tou, dhi, Eurle...


Hare,
you '
nann^
'
longn'e?

i,-

^""'

-b'oute, thrf, ire-se.

^a.Tlu??'*'**''""*'"'^^'''
** '

Ouai^, kme you,


ac-counete-de, oui-the, hime ?

ar-

%';?""'"*"*"'' '^''

1.

ly,

Il

Tou,houme?

""? **longtemps <iue TOUS


connaisse*?
^
y a trois ans enriron.

r^i
T -t-il

br^heurze

day.

Sa

taille est libre et

^^

'

dgage,

^'^^'.K^

^-coune-te-de,

n^^^l!)^^^.,,^

Ji t'anb,
ah,

for,

lav.

il.

^ho'mme''^"^"'''*'^""
.-#
se
met fort* w
b.en.

^''

Ti
Il

iii

bien tourn,

u bon

Ouant;m,cle,Lime,,hannce-me, manne.
Hi, dres-se-ze, ve-r,
ouelle.

ir.

Hi, izze, vo-r, d'jenne-tle,


hi'
hftzse, , Te-r, goude,
air.

164

He has a great deal of wit and


very .pnghtly

co.ver-

in

111,

ahw, bo-coo,

ay, fo^,

tl'es-prv

ay

<

V.nrU^Z^^
1

You draw

hia picture

a miH.d to

know

to

such

him.

Voo, r^vvnh,

.,,

mub.

norflt,

launh-yee, deh, lu ^

con-naitr.

^"" ''"'"'''"*

wHh him
I .h.11

i'anh

tah-.joh, keh,' yoc',


naitr,

fai^

be obliged to ,.

'^J''.

j:?:

7. '''"b. pro.c-,r.

'^:'

:.;rr^;::'.

bJoe-zjay.
astrf

What news

What do
hre

is

is

DIALOGUE

there ?

Kell, noo-yell, ee,

they saj about town ?

no talk of any

thing.

Iheardtiiat....

news.
This

^'^

Did you hear any thing of the


,.
K
i .,.
heard nothing of it.

1.

There's a talk of a siege.

They say Barcelona


*,.

pari, t'onh,

is

besieged.

They say they have raised the


mu *^'
^*' ^''" *
s^fiSt
.

ri!!t.?^\.
i...
"7' "" ' J^'f^

has proved falae.

....
*"'**

^*^' *'""^'

report

aonb.

^''

. .

^ noo-vell.

Say, t'une, mo-yaze, noo-yell


N'ay-ay, yoo, r'yanh,
deer, duh, lahw.gak?
Zjuh,
n'aunh,
k'ly,
pahw,
z'aunh-taunh-du, par-lay.

ho^,

Onh,

fill ?

yeel ?
Onh, nub, pari, duh, r'yanh.
?jay, ap-prce, kuh.

^'**' "^^

news.

is ill

Duh, kwah,

ahw,

pari, d'anh, s'yakje

Onh, dee, kuh, Bar-sel-un ay


t'ass-yay-zjay.

'

Onh, dee, o'onh, n'ahw. ley-ay.


luh, s'yaizje.

''

Onh,dce,k'ill,ee,ahw,u,anb,
. conh-bahw, sewr, mare'.
Uuu, itiii, uee^say, or zah. may
or mah, suh, brnee, "?!
'roo-Tay,

fo.

165

citUion.

BB, ay, luh,

zeune-ce, anne-de,
n-be^le.

f-fahbl, av,

t'ar-eck,

^*nt avec tout


es-pr.

J,

m-

(ii civil, affable, et


comDlai
li

monde.

av,
l

o-ay, annh,
>nh.

a beaucoup

,
j

^7 "*'3^-ce

d'esprit et est

ii-*"'

TI

^'^^'^^'

T^'V^'

i
sprlVe-fl, ine, conne-veori

'anb,

anoe'df'T'''
anne-de,
comme-plezHsune-

por<
av-rrnnh-

mh,
deh,

fait.
lu?Js

mgne-de, tou, no, bime!

pro-ca *ei''
-saunbse.
atT-ay,

Je V0U8 en procurerai
la con, naiBsance.

o-

A've
'^
J'

Je vous en serai oblig.


^.

,nnU ^meque,
""/
you, ac-

^'AwThv^'t'
Aye
Bballe, bi, "l"*^'
o-bl'ye-d'jde.

tou, you, for, itc.

28iMB

iw, fill?

pahw.

sab,

nb, aunb,
r'yanb.

'

DIALOGUE.

Quelles nouvelles y-a-t-il?


'
Je n'en sais pas. "^ * * "

n
?|aate, niouze,

Aucune.

^^f

Onn.p..a.rt...

Dh'fCi;

ize,

dberre ?

^^} nonne.

,.

no.

,,

o;

lOo-vell.

C-... u,

ton b..

aoo-rell.

aX'^'tii-go.ae
'

I,

boo-ee,

,ir?

pabw,

r-Iay,

C'est une mauvaise


nouvelle

^-rr -'- -- - Je n'en

ai

pas entendu parler.

izje.

On

parle d'un sige.

il-un, a.y,

r,

OndU^ueBarceloneestassi.
ler-ay,

lare.

9e,

dit qu'on

On

dit qu'il

a lev

le sige.

anb|

r, u,

tab,

On

may,
'*y.

sur mer.

On

le disait

n?'-^^M'

Sitv:^ A"an;

tbign.,

A'^e^Xt^U owe
DbJ^e,.,

.,

t.,ue,

Db^^sf^^^^^^^^

Dh

s'?'dh.

y a eu un cnmH~ "

r.3^l!^i>L
~

mais ce bruit
ii't
'''"'^

nifi'
W

trouTrf faux.

"'^'=-

owe,
,,,

.;

,,

"^' f 6**6, atze, brne, ,

a^"*'

de, so, botte, dbate,


ri.
Pre-te
bae. prouvcide,

16
JCngliah.

On

the contrary they talk (^ a

battle.

That news wants confirmation.


have you it from.
have it from good hands.

Mr. N.

my

is

bat-i.
Sett, noo-vell, may-reet,

conh

feer-mass-yonh.
Duh, kee, lahw, ten-ay, voo ?
Zjuh, lahw, say, or sah, dub,
bun, par.

Who
I

French pronunciation.
0, conh-trare, onh, pari, d'an,

author.

Mos-yuh, N.

ay,

monb,

n*o

tehrr.

Do you

thinlc

we

shall

peace?
There is a likelihoodjof

we

I believe

Tor

my

part

have

it.

shall.
I

believe not.

What grounds have you for it ?

Croo-ah-yay, voo, keh, noo,


z'o-ronh, lahw, pay, or pah ?
Ill, ee, ahw, ap-par^aunhse,
Zjuh, croo-ah, kuh, wee.
Poor, mwah, zjuh, croo-ab,
keh, nonh.

Sewr,

kwah, voo,

fonb-day,

voo?
Because

I see the

parties

are
that way.

minds of both

little

inclined

Every body wants peace however.

Especially traders and merchants.


War is a great hinderance to
trade.

Sewr, sub, keh, zjeh, vwah,


kuh, ley, z'es-pree, duh,
I'anh, n'ay, duh, Foatr, partee, nee,

sonh, gair, por-taj.

Suh-paunh-daunh,
too,
leh,
monhd, ahw, bez-wanb, dub,
lahw, pay, or pah.
Sewr-too,
ley,
mar-shaunb,
z'ay, ley, nay-gos-yaanb.

Lahw,

gair, fay, or fab, bo-coo,

duh,

Without question peace is always advantageous to trade.

tor, o, com-mairce.
Saunb, doot, lahw, pay, or pah,

z'ay,

too-zjoor,

z'av-aunh-

tab-zjuhze, poor, lub,

com-

mairce.

29TU
Shall

we

DIALOGUE.

play at cards ?

As you will.
What game shall we play at?
Let's play at piquet.

Zjoo-ronh, noo, z'o, cart?


Com, voo, voo-dray.

Ahw, kell,
noo?

zjub,

zjoo-ronh,

in

Zjoo-onh, 'o, pee-kay, or kah.


Trah, b'yanh, zjoo-onh, z'o,
pee-kay, or kah.
Say, t'anh, z'juh, for, tahw,

Give UB two paeki of cardg,


Md loms couBten.

lahw, mud.
Don-ay, noo, duh, rinb, duh.
cart, ay, day, ^l^onh.

Very well

let's

play at piquet.

a game very much


i iiiwii.

T'is

;= u-MMrw(ac>usNWi^i3iB

167
ria/tOM.

pari, d'une,

Au

French.
contraire on parle d'une

bataille.

conh-

reet,

voo?

ay,

sah, dub,

'

monb,

n'o>

keb, noo,
y, or pah ?
ituobse,

Cette nouvelle mrite confirmation.


De qui la tenez-vous?
Je la sais de bonne part.

Monsieur N. ... est

mon auteur.

Croyez-voua que nous aurons


la paix?
Il y a apparence.

Prononciation anglaise.

Ane,

dhi, conne-tre-r, dh,


tque, owe, , bat-te-le.
Dhate, niouze. oune-t'ce, conne-fir-m-che-ne.

Hou, bave, you, ite, fromme ?


A'ye, bave, ite, fromme, goude,
bannc-d'ze.
Mr. N.
ize, m'ye, -tbe-re.
.
.

Dou, you, tiiine-quc,


bave, pce?
Dberre,

ize, ,

owe,
Je crois que oui.

lfC6.

croo-ab,

Pour moi

je crois

oui, challe,

l'ye-cl-houdo,

ite.

A'ye; bi-lve, oui, challe.


For, m'ye, parte, 'ye, bi-lve,

que non.

note.

fonb-day,

Ywab,

eb,

dub,
oatr, par-

ree,

Sur quoi vous fondez-vous ?

for, ite ?

Sur ce que je vois que


prits de l'un

les es-

de l'autre
partie n'y sont gure ports.
et

por-tay.

r,

too,
v^anb,

leb,

dub,

tr-Bbannb,

yaunb.
lb,

bo>coo,

airce.

ly.orpab,
s'av-aunhlub, caoX'

Cependant tout

le

monde a

besoin de la paix.

Bjoo-ronb,

or kab.

onh,
>r,

e'o,

t'ahw,

tort au commerce.
Sans doute la paix est toujours
avantageuse pour le com-

merce.

)ub, dub,
>nb.

fort la

Donnez-nous

'ye,

si,

dbi,

mgne-

owe,

b-the, par-tze,
ar,
lit-te-le,
ine-clgne-de,
dhate, ou.
Ev-ve-r, bod-d, oune-t'ce,

Challe, oui, pl, atte, cre-d'ze.

Lette-ce, pl, atte, pi-ke-te.


Ve-r, ouelle, lette-ce, pl, atte,

mode.

deux jeu:
cartes, et des jetons.

Es-p-chc-l, tr-deurze, annede, meur-t'cbeune-t'ce.


Oure, ize, , grte, bine-deureunce, tou, trde.
Oui-db'oute, couesse-t'che-ne,
pce, ize, le-ouze, ad-vanne-t-d'je-ce, tou, trde.

Azze, you, ouile.


Ouate, gume, challe, oui, pl,
'
atte?

Jouons au piquet.
Trs bien, jouons au piquet.

un jeu

d'ze,

DIALOGUE

Jouerons-nous aux cartes?


Comme vous voudrez.
A quel jeu jouerons-nous ?

C'est

Bl-cze,

pce, h'ou-ve-rc.

Surtout les marchands et les


ngociants.
La guerre fait beaucoup de

29iME
art?

r,

Ouate, gr'ounde-ze, bave, yo,

de

pi-ke-te.
Tize, . gntwA. f.rA_ stniis^
cbe, in, fa-che-ne.
Guive, oise, ton, paxe, owe,
cftre-d'ze, anne-de,
c'oune-teurze.

somme,

MMi

168
Englih.
V
How
much shall we

plajr for

Drtnchpronunciaiion,
Conh-b'janh, zjoo-ronh noo

Let 8 plaj for half a dollar.

.,

Do we play lurchei.
As you please.
Let's see who shall deal.
Out
I

Zjoo-onh, noo, par-tee, doobl ?


Com, ill, voo, play-ruhw.
Vwah-yonh, kee, fer-ahw.

for deal.

have the hand,

Coo-pay, poor, vwar, kee,


ahw.
I

um

to play

first.

You

Ill,

n&ny

in

the

Have you discarded ?


do you take

How many

in 7

I take all.
I leave one.

have bad cn^ds.


have the worst cards

in the

pack.

You must needs have good


cards since I have nothing.

My game

puzzles me.
Call your game.
Tell your point.
Fifty, sixty, &c.
T'is good.

jjood.

have laid out the game.

am

a bunt^ler.
sixime majeur, a quint to

or from the iting, a forth to


or from the queen, a tierce
to the knave or ten.

bave ai

cart.

aunh, n'ahw, une, dub,


daunh, luh, tal-onh.

Reh-fait.

believe I have.

They are not

muh, maunhk, une,

Ill, ce,

tru,

Have you your c^rds?

^.^ua^ i^i,

cart.

Say, t'ahw, voo, I'ahw, fare.

stock.
Deal again.
Cut.

,^..,

fer-

Fait, don-ay.

Zjay, lahw,

prem-yay, aunh,

are to deal.

Deal away.
want a card.
There's one toe

Janb, n'ay-cu.

ucb, that's equal.

Coo-pay.
Av-ay, voo, vo, cart?
Zjeh, croo-ah, kub, wee.
Av-ay, voo, z'ay-car-tay.
Conh-b'yanh, aunh, pren-ay,
voo ?
Zjuh, praunb, too.
Zjaunh, less, une.
Zjay, mo-vay, or vah, zjuh.
Zjay, luh, plu, may-shaunh,
zjuh, dey, cart.

Voo, dev-ay, z'av-war, bo, zjiil^


pwees-keh, zjeh, n'ay, r'yanh.
Ifonh, zjuh,

ma

ah-bar-ass.

Ac-cn-\ay, vot
zjuh.
Jonh-iay, votlr, pwanh.

Sanh-kaunht, swah-aaunhtet*.
booh.

Illi ftv,

I i, i.ah, val, pab"-.


Zjt/, ay-car-tay, iahw, pr-te.

Zjuh, swee, z'une,


Seea-yemro ^ah-?

.a.t'tU.

ihr, kaint,
deh, ro.* i,
t-ree-emm,
deb, dam
fa!
, deb, valay, or ah, uvh, aec.

Zjaunh, n'ay, o-taunb,


o-tai
lahw, ay, t'ay-gal.

ieh>

109
Combien joueroni-noui

la par>
'^

tl?

Pronotuiation cuiglaitt,
H'ou, motte-cbe, challe, coi,
pl, for, , gume T
Lette-ce, pl, for, baffe, , dft-

JoQoni un ecu.

le-re.

J'uong-nouf partie double


Oomme il tous plara.

Voyons qui fera.


Coupez pour voir qui
J'ai la

Dou,

fera.

main, je suis premier on


faire.

You,

Faites, donnez.
Il

me manque une

Il

7 en

carte.

une de trop dans

le

talon.
Refaites.

J'ai
J'ai

lait

Cotte.
Hftve, you, youre, cre-d'ze
7

tout.

'me.

mauvais
le

plus

jeu.

chant jeu des

cartes.

Vous de

avi

'

beau

jeu

n'ai

m'embarrasse.

Accusez votre jeu.


Compte votre point.
Cinquante, soixante, etc.
est bon.
Ils ne valent pas.
Il

J'ai carte^ la partie.

leh*

A'ye, bi-lve, 'ye, bave.


Have, you, dis-cre-de-de ?
H'ou, menne-, dou, you.
'
^ '
toque, ine?
A'ye, tque, ftle.
A'ye, Ifve, ouanne.
A'ye, bave, badde, cre-d'ze.
A'ye, bave, dbi, ouor-ste, cred'ze, ine, dbi,

puisque je

Mon jeu

Dle, -ou.
A'ye, oune-t, , cre-de.
Dherre-'- ouanne, tou, meune, inc, Jhi, Btque.

Combien eu prenez-Tons ?
J'en

tou, pl, feurste.

ar, tou, dlle.

Dkle, -gune.

Coupez.
Arez-Tous ver' cartes'?
Je crois qu'oui.
Avez-vous carte?

Je pren'P

A'je, bave, dbi, hanne-de, 'ye,

amme,

Ce* i vous

drle.

Cotte, for, drie.

carte.

II

oui, pl, leur-t'che-ze?

Azze, 70U, pirze.


Lette-ce, si, hou, cballe,

paque.
moste, nido-ze, bave,
goude,
cre-d'ze,
sine-ce,
'ye, bave, ni tbign'e.
M'ye, gume, poz-eul-ze, ml.
Cale, youre, gume.
Tell, youre, pgne-te.
Fire-tfi iie-t, &e.
Tize, g ide.

You,

Db, ar, note, gonde.


A'ye, bave, lde, 'oute. dbi,

gndme.

Je suis une mazette.


Sixime majeure, quinte de roi,
quatrime de dame, tierce
de valet, de dix.

S, sixime, majeur, , kin?

J'en ai autant, cela cst.gal.

A'ye, bave,

A ye, amme,
tou,

',

bonne-glere.

fromme, dbi,

te,

kij^a'e

, fort tbe, tou, or, ft-onime,


dbi. eoufne. -, tire tsn. Hh!
'
nve, or, tenne.
*
dJiat

azze,

mott>elM,

-c, l-coaele.

no
Eagtiih.

French pronunciaiton.
Troo-ahw, z'aw ce, troo-ahw,

Are three acea, three kings,


c, good?
No I have a quatorze..
I em fourteen by queena.
Play away.
play a heart, a apado, a diamond, a club.

The

ace, the king, the queen,


the knave, the ten, the nine,
the eight, the sever.

make a

a repeek, a

peek,

capot.

have peeked, repeeked, and

capotted you.

have the cards.


have seven tricks.

have

You owed

We

Zjuh, fay, or fab, z'anh, peek,


anh, reh-peek, anh, oap-o.
Zjuh, voo, z'ay, fay, or fab,
peek, reh-peek, ay, c*p-o.

Voo, z'av-ay, gang-yay.


Voo, meb, dev-ay, 'anb, n'*y-

dollar.

cu.

to
are quits.
it

Give

mo my

With

all

my

me.

Voo, meh, luh, dcv-yay.


Koo, som, keet.
Don-ay, mwab, mahw,

revenge.

rev-

aunhs!)
heart.

Deb, too, monb, kehrr.

30th

They say

/jooay.
Zjeh, zjoo. anh, kehrr, anb,
peek, anh, car-ro, anh, trefB.
Lawce, lub, roo-ah, lahw, dam,
luh, val-ay, or ah, lub, deece,
luh, nehf, luh, witt, luh, sett.

Zjuh, gang-ye, ley, oart.


Zjay, sab, manh, boo, sab, levay.
Zjay, pare-du.

lost.

Vou have won.


You owe me half a

roo-ah, etc., sonh, fill, bonh ?


zjay, anh, oat-orze.
Zjay, cat-orze, dub, dam.

Nonh,

there

is

dialogue.

a new play

acted to-night.

Onb, dee, o'onb, ajoo, o-^oordwee. une, noo-vell, p'yess,


tay-awtr.
une, com-ay-dee, une,
trah-zjay-dee, anh, n'o-payrahw, boo, une, farce ?
Say, t'une, trah-zjay-dee.
o,

Is

a comedy, a tragedy, an
opera or a farce 7

It

is

it

a tragedy.

What

is it's name 7
The mourning bride.

Who is

the author of it ?
Mr. Gongreve.
Is this the firnt time it is acted?

Ace,

Oom-maunb,

JL

nat

1^^
t

No

s'ap-pel, tell ?

Lay-pooze, aunh, dehl-ye.


Kee, aunh, n'ay, I'o-tehrr 7
Mos-yuh, Conh-grevv.
r-*

conh, lahw, sjoo ?


Sir, this is the third time.

WWII

...5sasaa iui

Nonh, Mos-yuh, s'ay, lahw,


troo-ahw-'yemm, fwa

m
Frtnch.

Troig

Us

Non

Prononciation anglaiu.

M,

trois roii, etc., lODtboni 7

J'ai

an quatorze.

J'ai qaatorse

de damei.

Jones.
.

J Joua un cur, un pique, un


Cftrreau, un treffle.
L'as, le roi, la dame, le valet,
le dix, le neuf, le liuit, le

Mpt.
Je

un

fai

pic,

un

repic,

un

ca-

pot.

Je Toui

ai foit pic, repic, et

capot.

Je gagne les cartes.


J'ai sept mains ou sept leyes*

Ar,

thr, -ce-ze, thrT, kigne-s,

c, goude?
No, 'ye, have, , quatorie.
A'ye, amme, fre-tne, b'ye,
coulne-ze.
Pl, -ou6.
A'ye, pl, , harte, , spddt, ,
d'ye-meue-de, , clobbe.
Dhi, ce, dhi,
kign'e,
dhi,
coune, dhi, nve, dhi, tenue,
dhi, n'ye-ne, dhi, te, dhi,
sev-ve-ne.
A'ye, mgue, , pque, , rlpque, , cap-o.
A'ye, bave, p-lce-de, ri-p-ke.
de,
anne-de, capot-te-de,
you.
A'ye, have, dhi, cre-d'ze.
A'ye, bave, sev-ve-ne, trqoe-c*.

J*ai perdu.

A'ye, bave, lste.

Vous arez gagn.


Vous me devez un cu.

You, bave, ouonne.


You, au, mi, haflfc, , d-le-r

Vous me le deviez.
Nous sommes quittes.

You, de, ite, tou, mi.


Oui, ar, couite-oe.
Guive, mi, m'ye, ri-venne-d'je.

Donnez-moi

De

tout

mon

ma

revanche.

cur.

Oui-the, aie, m'ye, arte.

30iia

On

dit.

DIALOGUE.

qu'on joue aujourd'hui

une nouvelle pice au th-

Dh,

se, dhere, ize, , niou, pl


ac-te-de, tou, n'ye-te.

tre.

Et-oe une oomdife, une tragdie, un opra, ou une farce?


C'est nQ tragdie.
Comment s'appelle-t^Ue 7

lahw,

L'pouse en deuil.
Qui en est l'auteur ?
Monsieur Congre ve.
i|itt-ce ia premire fois qu'on
la joue?
Non Monsieur, c'est la troisi-

me

foif.

Ize, ito, , com-me-d, , trad d'je-d, anne, op-pers, oi}


f fare-ce?
Ite, ize, , trad-d'je-d.

Outs, ie, ite-ce, nme?


Dhi, m: d-nign'e, br'ye-de.
Hou, his, dhi, -the-re,owe, ite7
Mr. Qontwftira,
Ie,

dhc, dhi, feurste, t'ye-

me, ite ize, ac-te-de 7


No, Se-re, dhice, ize,
thenrde, tft'ye-me.

dhi,

172
Thii

ngliih.
th poet'i night.

is

Prononciation anglae.
Hay, luh, joor, du,

po-ett.

How

did

it

take, the first

second time

it

and

was acted

Kell, sewk-sah, z'ahw.


fell, u.
,'*?''' PJ'em-yare, ay,

"i^' lahw,
ahw,
suh-gonhd, reh-

pray-zaunh-tass-yonh ?
ill,

ahw, ay-tay, ejoo-ay, av-

eclc,

Mr. Congreve was


already famous bj his comedies.

And

this last play


gaius

him
^eputat.onofagreattra.

anh,

maunh,

Mos-yuh, Conh-grevv,
ay-tay
or tah, day.zjahw,
fah-muL'
par, sey, p'yess,
coro-eek.
sett, dare-n'yare,
p'yess.

Ay,

uee,ac-k'yare,lahwry.pui
tass-yonh,

Shall

we go and

With

all

Hhall

we go

I'll

my

Why?
How do you
Methinks

Duh,

music?

very fine.

see

crowded

we

are very
in the pit.

The boxea are

never saw the house


so

There are a great


I like the sight

much
ladies

full.

many people.

of those fine
who grace the boxes
almost as much as the
play
ladies

noo,

Zjuh,

daunb,

fer-ay,

z'une.'

suh,

kill,

voo,
or mab
jem-er-ay, or ah, m'yuh,
t'al-

play-rahw,

may,

air, o, par-tare.

Poor-kwah ?
Oom-maunh, troo-vay,
sett, mu-zeek ?

voo.*

Ley, gal-ree, sonh,


day-zjahw.
'
plenn.
voo, vwah-yay, noo,
sum.
for, say-ray, daunb,
luh, *^
par-

Com,

tare.

as

M they can hold.full of

monh, kehrr.

Zjuh, lahw, troove, bell.

Th^e galleries are


all full alrea-

As you

'

lozje ?

it is

too,

Ee-ronh,

to ih? pit.

like that

griunb,

Ee-ronh, noo, lahw, vwar


?

heart.
into a box ?

had rather go

d'anh,

po-ett, trah-zjeek.

see him.

do what you please,


but

n'ap-plo-d eece-

t'u-nee-vair-sell.

'

ahw, daunn, ley, lozje.


o-taunh, duh, dam, k'ill,
ee!

111, ee,

aunh, puh, ten-eer.


Zjuh, n'ay, zjam-ay, or
ah, vu.
Iahw,com-ay-dee, see, plenn!
ee,
"',
ahw, bo-coo, deh,
'

monhd.

Zjem,ui,

presk, o-Uunh, kuh,


lahw, com-ay-dee, lahw,
vu

9li.

Bey.

lonn,

i'or-nub-mannb,

loijt.

bell.

dam. \m
'

dey.'

"

17
po^tt.

vit lajour do podt*.

iw. fell, u,
a-yiire, ay,
ronhd, reh-

Quel Buccs a-t^lle eu


la premire et la Beconde

onh?
oo-ay,

avplo-deecerr,

ay.tav,
fttb-mub,

Monsieur Congrve tait


dj
amenx par ses pices comi-

)nj-eek.
re,

w, ray-pugraunb,

rwar
T.

voo,

qu'il

vous plara

mais j'aimerais mieux


au parterre.

Comment

trouvez-voua cette

y-jahw,

Les galeries sont dj

belle.

k'ill,

e*

vous voyez nous sommes fort serrs dans le


par^

ah, TU,
j
>,

plenn.
deh,

kob,
dW, TU,
),

<yi'

^*'
^I
de^^dames
'*.?'*,*
8
II

^^ ^o *tant
qu'il y en peut

/*"*" ^"

Challe,^oui,

pl,

' ''''''"^''

go,

>'.

ine-tou,

A'ye-le, doo, ouate,


you. olrze
botlj., 'ye
*
go, tou, dbi, pite.

haddVr-dK

Ou'ye?
H'ou
dou,

Xn"e''"'

terre.
y oEje

laste,

you,

l'ycHue,'

'

'^^'

^^^'

^'''

"'

'^^'

^-.

pleines.

Comme

par-

dbice,

gune-ze, hime, dbi,


ri-piou-

dbate, miou-zique?

Je la trouve

lab,

Anuenie,

aller

11.

Bum,

comi

Wm^"*'

musique

00,

hize,

De

Pourquoi ?
voo,

b'ye,

trad-d'jique, poM5ute.

Je ferai ce

or mab,
yub, E'al-

ly

f-rae-se,

ue-dze.

Irons-nous la voir ?
tout mon cur.
Irons-nous dans une loge
7

s'one,

cUl,

Mr. Congrve, ouze,


le-r-d,

d'un

grand pote tragique.

ouze, acie-

ouze, ac-te-de,
oui-the
you-ni-veur-se-le, ap-pl-ze!

Et

cette dernire pice


lui acquiert la rputation

ite,

Itc,

ques.

p'yesB,

b,

ite, t-qne,
dbi,
feurste, anne-de,
se-kenc-de

tye-me,

Bile a t joa
avec un au.
plaudissement universel.

ir-sell.

H'ou, dide,

repr*^

Bentation ?

comdie

pleine.

y a beaucoup do monde.

""fc'rtl"'

Azze, you, si, oui,


ar, ve-r,
mott..che,cr'ou.de-de,ine;
Dbi, boc-se-ze, ar,
azze, foule,
orve, l-d-ze,
azz, dh
'
canne, ble-de.

A'ye,nev.ve.re,s,dbi,b'ooc.,
'

50, foule.

Dherre, ar, , grte,


mane-,'
pi-pti-le.

'''?5.P"f^"'*"** que la CO.


ttjSdie, la vue de
ces belles

'ye-que,
^'J'
owe-,
dhzs^..

dbi, s'ye-te,
f&'~^...J -'

^**''' *"' >oe-

,!' r
M-e,
ftle-mo-ste, azse,
motw-cbe, asze, dbi, pU.

tu
Vnglh.
^
a fin prospect.
Tbe/ are rwy finely

^ficA primunciaiion.

It 11

Sajr, t'anh, bo, coo,


d'ebl-ye.

dreil.

SU, gonh,

They unite the beauties


and
charms of the body with tha
richness of their attire
and
the

brlirhtnesR

jewels

"'"

kS
*^'''

f
^

for,

b'yanb, meeie.

BIl, zjoo-ah-inir-ye lev


KVf Ji

bo-u
oo-Uv,
fif'y/"h,

i^

.';

du^'.nr^',.
u' ''"i '*^'^' ^**>^ '"
.'ah-^uce-tuh.
!?*"'k^.*^'
maunh,
z'ay, ahw, I'ay-dahw,
cluh, lehrr, p'yare^ree.

^*ir"5?^"**.''*'''*'a*l'^y
Who sits .n the King's box?

Ves

see her, she

is

Reh-mar-kay. voo sett m


kee, ayriaunS^'lahw,'
loS^,'

Wee^'Sthw,

pretty.

vwah.

ell,

ay,

3?^ia^Sls^J ^S?'a^!SlL

aunhzje.

'

Sho

i.

perfectly well m.de.

B,,, .y,

tea-

s:-.
DIALOGUE.

31flT
Sir, are

you a Frenchman ?

Mos.yuh,

to ca,.,.,

Yes, Sir,

when

Shall

you go awayT

Rir v/t

-- _^^
*"""

^gitif

JoViiii
*^

*"
*

'

'^'

mos-yuh,

C.,,

cannh,

ZJa'bVn'y!

Inh,

P.

day.^abw, deece,

Cat^^trtee.,,,, ,ooT

To.morrow,or perhaps to night.

"^
^ZZiV^
^^^

Wee,

A:!:^\Z^tZ'Xi

have ten or twelve already.

When

B.;!i;!'j':v^T.,w,
or ah ?

the wind serves.

Have you many passengersT


I

too, Prannh^ay,

^^^ ^^,
or glah, 'ahw,

_^

ait,

mos-y"^'
^'C
t'Auuh.glay,

^*^^'*"
""^t'r'seTrie?
**
^

Do, .

p.w^t, v,^

Dem-anh, hoo, pub,

"' OoTbVanh,
.**^

t'aitr, sett,

ub, dem-annh.

a*yf oo, poor, monh, pas*


saaje?
_
Hos-yuft. roo, mub. don^jr-ay,

ri,TOO,play,orpli!

116
itUion.

d'tU-ye.
b, mteie.

bo-U/,
mj-maanb,
tej,

French.
O'eit un bean coup d'il.
Elles sont fort bien miaea,

Dh,

Ell8 joignent les beauts


et les

Dh

lahw, reezjuce<tah-

l'aot de ..i

'ay-cUbw,

Prononciation ungluite.
1 te, ize,

X"r

,"

, fia'ye.ne,pros8e-pecto.
ar, ve-r, fgne-l,

dres-

rou-nVe-tP

h!.,

. -

fSietttor.:::^,;,^'.'!:
t.ye.re,anne-de.. dhi, br'yeowe, dfaerre, d'iou-

rce.

tnece,
lett, acD,

hw,

losye,

fch, ell,

Ill,

ay,
fo,

com, anb,
*'^*^'

b, b'janb,

00?

EUeeat parfaitement bien

faite.

lahw.

ccLflaisseE-rous ?

J'ai cet

honneur

swee,
z'abW|

b,

b,

Oal-af

,^

ib,
lb.

ub| pat
t)

deeeO)

B?
itr,

je suis Anglais,
'
service.

Repas,e..vous Calais?
^"^^^ '^ -^^

''trZ''''''
Ave^vous beaucoup de

sett,

pafr*

Q-er-ar,
3r plab.

passa.

J'en ai dj dix ou douze.

Quand

n-aunhib,

Non, monsieur,

lab)

partirez-vous

Demain ou

peut-tre cette
*o un.
nuit.

Combien me demandez-vous
pour

mon

passage

Monsieur, vous

DIALOGUE.

Monsieur, tes- vous Franais?

votre

1*"?
bave, dhato,'\l
^a y! C
ha-ne-re ?

Id.

3lBii
ranh-flay^

Chi,^';:; peur-fec-t'l,
ouelle.

mode
non va'm ^

r
lift

*"'

^""'^'

d''e ?

me donnprez...

Se^rc,^ar, you. ,
Frenne-che-

N'oT^wie

amm
"'"'

Ve

inli!K- ^
Ine-ghcbe-me-ne,
atte,
'

DrjoTri-teurne,

'*

y oure,

ton,

Ca-

Y7Me.re,ouene,dhi.oui.e.

Have^TI^menne-,

passe.

A
A'veTavfYr
ye, have, tenne,

or, touel-ve,

Ouen'ne chaii
uuenne,
challe, you, go, -

Tou
m .
lou, mnr
mor-ro,
or,
peur-apse,
H^ou'''*'mnttP rJ,

j!'
"40e,?n, "J

'

tou,

^
'^*'"'

. J*^**
or.m'je, piigge--^d'ifi?

ta. >.

..

iOH

176
I

Jf'rnch

a\,^y^*^-

rtll

too;'x u ij.
""' ""
it ia time.
%'infi.:
1

Pray do.
Must I carry

my

proTision ?

please.

Calais.

to lodge ?

know

haTe no acquaintance here.

At

not.

oop.
Zjuh, voo, pay-yer-ay, ahw,
Cal-ay, or ah.
Say, toot, anb.
Hoo, al-ay, TOO, lo-zjay?
Zjuh, nub, say, or sab, pahw.
Zjuh, n'ay, pwanh, dub, con-

nay>8aunbse, ee-see.

the best inn?

Hoo, ay, labw, may-yehrr, otell-ree?

the sign of the silver lion.

Crymjr

thing, thither th..

How much must you

haTe ?

HiQit hATe 90 much.


Hold, there
Cttr,

is

tiumk yon.

''''****aM<HHW*Sfta***tf*M^s
^.SS*3ffe!^T?v^j^

I'aunh-saing-ye,

du,

Por^u^'dothk" m.,. hd.


Conh-b'yanhj too,

muh,

fo,

to, t'ill?

taunh.

Ten-ay, vwah-lahw, vottr, arzjaunh.

Mos-yub,

32md

Won't yoadlaeflni?

Ahw,

Ill,

your money.

ill,

Al-onb, donbk.
Aunh-tray, daunb, lahw, shal-

is

TOO, play-rahw.
Mos-yuh, luh, vaunb, ay, bonh.

It is all one.

Where are you

Where

''"^' -- "
zap-pel-ler-ay, caunbt,
ill,
ser-ahw, taunh.
Zjuh, voo, z'aunb, pree.
Fo, fill, kuh, zjuh, purt, dey,

Com,

Step into the boat.

pay you at

^-^'' ""

- -"" 'SS"

Sir, the wind serves.


Let us go then.

I will

'/"f

ij-S'

veerr

As you

pronunciation.

jeh, too, rem-air-see.

dialogue.

Kuh, Toe-ay, too, pahw, 8W, o-par-aT-aanh ?

177
ciaiion,

Je vous do^nTr'atauUut
que
^
les

o-taanb,

kj,

A JTJlTlr*''"'y *W|
i '* 1' *'*^^
motte-che,
awe,

autres.

-dhe-re

Zjuh, TOO,
:auDht, ill,

lerai

/i>.-_.

abw, shal-

ahw,

-ay,

il'sirn

..

Comme il vous plaira.


Monsieur, le vent est bon.
Allons donc.
Entrez dans la chaloupe.

pahw.

duh, COO'*

,V"'

a J'

d'hf*
**^''

'

^^'^'^' ^

r-^> orre ....

Bi^ d T*'

m*'

*?;

p^^ ^
Moste, 'ye, carr, m'y.
pro/ * !'vi-zje-ne?
Azze, you, plize.
Se-re, dhi, ouine-de,
seurve-ae.
Lette, osse, go, dhenne.
Steppe, ine-tou, dhi,
bote.

Je vous paierai Calais.

-^'[^'^ouile, p,

C'est tout un.


O allez-vous loger ?

jay?

oint; 1ti:C," tytt'^"'

prie.

,.

S?i

te.pr'

Paut.il que je porte des


vivres?

purt, dey,

h,

quand

Je vous en

ree.

rahw.
, ay, bonh.

n,fl^

A l'enseigne de 5 .
Je sais o c'est.
enez-Tous prt, je vous appel-

auh....

re,

tes-Tous loK

Je ne sais pas.
J.,_;.. poiat

you, atte, C-

Ite, ize, aie,

a. eoai,ee

ouane.
Ouaire, ar, you, tou,
l-d'Je?
'
A'ye, no, note.

Ul',

"<.

.cco,n.

9.

-yehrr, o-

dw,

je

aay,hard.

AAill'enseigne

du

Il

me

'*
sft'ye-ne,

owe,

dh.

Car-r, m>e,
thigne-ze, dhidbe-re, dhenne.

faut-il?

H|o^,^motte.che, moste,
you,

faut tant
*****^'

'^

ar-

Tenez, voil votre argent.

Q<a)r-se.

Monsieur, je vous remercie

^ottr,

>ii

Atte
A
dhi
lie, am,

sile-ve-re, l'ye-eune.

Pnrf,.^ donc
.1^
L- ,
Portez-y
mes bardes.

Combien vous

fill?

lion d'argent.
B^uu

ch'

Hle-de,

***^' *' "*****"

dherre,

monne-.

ize,

youre,'

Se-re, 'ye, thanne-que,


you.

B2uM

DIALOGUE.

poor,

0, maitr,

iw,
?

asse-te-re.
;

dw-

Ne voulez-vous rng dlnor


par.'vvaftt?

r.

Onkne-W
fourste?

ow, dhL -aI


i./

ro.
''^

'

*^^^'-a

lU
Engliih

What have you

will.

for

dioner?

capon.

Will jou dine in

company
Tet,

if

the*e

any. Is dinner

is

ready?
on the table ?
How much do you ask a head 7
It is

Won't you sleep


*

here ?
think not, I will take the oppoilanity of the coach; when
will

it

go

yee?
Wee, s'ill,

ee,

aunh,

n'ahw.

Luh, dee-nay, ay, till, prah7


ay, sewr, lahw, tahbl.
Conh-b'yanh,
dem-aunh-day,

111,

voo, par, tait?

Fifteea pence.
I

lYenck pronounciaton.
Zjuh, luh, vuh, b'yanh.
Cavay, voo, poor, dee-nay ?
Anh, shap-onh. Voo-lay, voo,
dee-nare, aunh, conh-panir*^

Traunht, soo. Nuh,coo8h-er-ay,


voo, pahw, z'ee-cee ?
Zjuh, nuh, luh, paunhs*,

pahw,

2juh, praunh-dray, I'oc-cazyonb, du, car-088


caunh,
;

Presently, there
of the coach.

Oome In,
away?

We

We

in

an hour.

me a good place.
shall have the best.
how much must

thank you,
you have?

They give mc a guinea.

When

shall

we

arrive at

Lon-

don?
Monday, tuesday, Ac.
Landlord we must go, there

what
Sir,

owe you.

am

is

Farewell,

your most humble

servant, I hope you will come


and see me when you return.

not
tented ?

I shall

fail.

*is,

oil,

um

obliged to you.

''^I'limia

iiimkemmi^

par-tee-rahw, fill 7
Toot, ahw, lehrr, vwah-lahw,
luh, maitr, du, car-oss.

Aunh-tray,

mos-yuh,

voo, par-teer?
Noo,
par-tee-ronh,

al-ay,

daunh,

z'une, ehrr.

we

sleep ?
shall sleep at Canturbury.

Gire

You

shall

the master

Are you going

Sir.

go away

shall

Where

is

Are you convery

much

Hoo, coosh-er-onh, noo t


Noo,
coosh-er-onh,
z'ahv,
Canturbury.
Don-ay, mwah, une, bun, plass.
Voo, z'o-ray, lahw, may-yehrr.
Zjuh, voo, rem-air-see,
b'yanh, voo, fo, fill ?

conh-

Onh, muh, dun, une, gee-nay.


Caunht, ar-ree-ver-onh, noo.
z'ahw, Lonhdr?
Len-dee, mar-dee, etc.
Mos-yuh, 1 oat, ill, fo, par-teer,
vwah-lahw, suh, kuh, jeh
voo, dwah, Adieu.
Mos-yuh, zjuh, awee, vottr,
sare-vee-tehrr, trah, z'embl,
zjes-pare, kuh, voo, meb

vyanh-dray, vwar, aunh,


pas-saunh.
Zjuh, nee, maunh-kcr-ay,pahw.
Ait, voo. conh-taunh?

Wee, Mos-yuh, zjuh, voo, swee,


byaah, n'o-blee-ijay.

170
iton.

French.

Je le reux bien.
pour diner?

Car-

''yanh.

lee-nay ?

chapon. Voulez-voua
ner en compagnie ?

conb-pang-

d-

Oui,

n'ahw.

a.

Le dner

prt?

prah?

f, fill,

y eu

s'il

est-il

Il

m-aunh-day,

Combien demandez-vous par


'

tte?
Trente sous. Ne coucherezvous
pas ici ?
Je ne le pense pas. Je
prendrai 1 occasion du
carrosse-

cee?
jnbs, pahw,
ay, I'oc-cazjsa

quand

caunb,

'

partira-t-11 ?

11?

wab-lahw,
ar-08s.

Tout--l'heure, voil le matre


du carrosse.

rub,

Entrez,

al-ay,

monsieur,

Nous partirons dans une heure.

daunb,

O coucherons-nous

noo?

Nous coucherons Canturbury.

z'ahv,

lb,

YesBc,

ife,

dherre, ize, anc-.

Ite

ize,

Hou,

ne, dhi, t-be-Ie.


motte-che, dou,

asque, ,

hedde?

'
you, slipe, here ?
A'ye, thine-que,
note,
'yo
omle, tque, dhi,
op-p^ri
tiou-ni-t,ovve,dhi,c-t'che-

ouenne, ouile,

'

ite,

go?

Prez-zeune-t'l, dherre,
ize, dhi.
masse-te-re, owe, dhi,
c-

Comme,

ine,

se-re.

Ar, ycu,
'

go-ign'e, -ou ?

Oui,challe,go,.ou,ine,flnnp,
'
ha'ouere.
Ouaire, challe, oui,
slipe?
Oui, challe, slipe,

-see,

-ouh,

Quand

noo,

puine.
arriverons
nous

Londres
b, par-teer,
kiih,

ajeh,

Tottr,
2'embl,

TOO,
fti",

'-ay,

Lundi, mardi, etc.


Monsieur l'hte, il faut partir
voil ce que je vous
dois!
Adieu.
Monsieur, je suis votre serviteur

tc.

trs-humble,
j'espre
que
vous me viendrez voir
en
passant.

meb,
aunb,

Je n'y manquerai pas.


Et9B'
roua contant?
Oui, monsieur, je
voui suis

pahw.

mil?
TOO, Bwee,
7-

, goude, pice.
Ypu, challe, have, dhi,
beste.

faut-il ?

On me donne une

S gee-aay.

lb,

Canne-

Guive, mi,

Je vous remercie, combien


vous

conh-

'ill?

^ee,

teur-be-r.

Donnez-moi une bonne place


Vous aurez la meilleure.

bun, plass.
raay-yehrr.

'

Oune-to

atte,

you
'

'

Fife-tlne, penne-ce.

vche.

allez-vous

partir.
h,

me, comme-pe-n?

Ize, di-ne-re, r

est sur la table ?

, tahbl.

,coo8h-er-ay,

E, cap-pe-ne. Ouile,
you, d'jc',

unh,

ang^aut

0"^' >^e, you,


>"

foVdf'di-ne-re ?
for,

Vn

Voo-lay, voo,
,

Pronofurto/tof

Qu'avei-vous

biea

ob%.

motte-che, moste, you,


have
Dh, gmve, mi,
, gui-n.
Ouenne, challe, oui.

ar-i'ye-

ve, atte, Lonne-de-ne


?
Monne-d, tiouze-d,
&c

Lanne-d'lre-de,

oui,

mote,
o

go, hiere, ize, ouate,


'ye
^
you. Paire-ouelle.
Se-re, 'ye, amme,
'

'

'

youre, mcte, bomme-be-le,


seur-veune-te, aye, hope,
you, ouile.
comme, anne-de, si,
mi '
ouenne, you, ri-teur-ne.

A je,

challe,

note, fle.

ju, conne-ienne-te-de?

Ar
'

Yesse, se-re, 'ye,


amme, ve-r
raotte-che, -bl'ye-d'je,

ton,'

180
I

DIALOGUE.

33BD

Englith.
Will you give rac a neodle and
some thread ?.

What

are you

ong to sow

am going

to hem and mark


8ome handkerchiefs.

What

coloured iJiread do you

want?
shall want read and white.

IlaTe you finished embroidering

your cellar

Ves and

h>eneh pronunciation.
Voo-laj, too, muh. don-air
une, ay-gwee-ye, ay, du fill ?
Race, kuh, too, z'al-ay, coodr?
Zjub, Tay, or vab, oor-lare, ay.
'
mar-kky, kelk, moosh-war

Duh, kcU, coo-lchrr, voo-hiy,


voo, luh, fill?
Zjo-ray, bez-wanh, duh, roozje,
ay, duh, blaunh.

Av-ay, voo, fee-nee, duh, bro-

day, Tottr, col

have stitched

ruffles.

Wee,

ay,

zjay,

pec-kay,

ley,

maunh-shett.

When you

have done the handkerchiefs, I shall have something else to give you.

What is it ?
Some caps to make.
Tell the servant to mend

Caunh, voo, z'o-ray, fee-nee,


ley, moosh-war, zjay, kelk,
oatr, shoze, ahw, too, donay.

those

stockings.

Race, kuh, say, or sah ?


Dey, bon-ay, or ah, z'ahw, fair.
Deet, z'ahw, lahw, sare-Taunht,
duh, rac-com-mo-day, sey,

bahw.
This needle

is

too small.

Sett, ay-gwee-ye, ay, tro, peteet.

There are others

and some

in

my

box,
coarser thread.

ee, aunh, n'ahw, d'oatr,


daunh, mahw, bwaht, ay, du,

Ill,

fill,

have lost

my

my

thimble and

scissors.

34th

W here are you going ?


.

^l^''^^^}^^J'0^oix{mortncy
rnic ujTw.-

ay,

dialogue.

has sent me to invite


you to go with us to-morrow.

-.V

monh, day,

mey, see-zo.

Mamma,

_,,.

plu, for.

Zjay, pare-du,

uvc^s.

Maunh-maunh, mahw

aunh

vwah-yay, voo, z'nh-veetare, ahw, ven-eer, av-eck,


noo, dem-anh.
Hoo, al-ay, voo ?
Noo, z'al-onh, z'ahw, Monhlo-raunh-see, noo, jjrom-ensewr, ley, z'awn.

fty,

161
33iiiB

onuHciation.

mub,

don-air,

se-ye, ay,

du

fill

Voulcz-vous^r^lonner une

du

..guille et
0,

DIALOGUE.

z'al-ay, coodr?

m7

n
Qa est-ce que TOUS allez co,.dre?

Ibredde?

vah, oor-lare, ay,

Ouil^you ''S^'ml^'e'' ni'


de-ie,'""'anTd;, ""^otml:

Ouate,

ar,

you, go-ign'e, tou,

80U?

niooah-war.

Ik,

quos moucbo.rs.
)-lchrr,

voo-luy,

Dequeue

anh, dub, roozje,

hemme,
somme,

couleur voulez-vous

.
,
JTW.!
aurai K
besoin
do
rouge

mb.
e-nee, dub, bro-

aJIv
Avez-voua

ol?

'

f.n,

et de

de broder votre

anne-de,^

ce
Ouate, col-leurde, tbredde, dou,
you, oune-te?
A'ye, shalle, oune-tc, redde,
anne-de, ou'ye-te.
Uave, you, fi-niche-de, emmebr'ye-dc-rign'e,

pee-kay,

ley,

Oui etj

s'o-ray,

fee-nee,
zjay, kelk,
tthw, TOO, don-

p.qu les manchettes.

r\

rar,

ai

rholr"'.''"'''? "r'

''" '"""-

5^,"L'i.J'**,'"*'''l" *"tf<^

eA

cho-

voua donner.

or sab ?

ah, z'abw, fair,

w, sare-vaunbt,
i-mo-day, sey,
e,

ay, tro, pet-

u'abw, d'oatr,
bwaht, ay, du,

nonb, day, ay,

Qu'est-ce que c'est?


Des bonnets faire.
Dites d la servante de raccom-

moder

ces bas.

mrS

bannc-keur-t'cbife-

your,

col-

Yesse,
anne-de, 'ye, bave
'
stcbe-de, rof-feulzc
<^""e, yol., bave, donne, dhi.
hann-keur-fcbife-ce,
^e.
challe, bave, somme-tbign'e,
else, tou, guive, you.

Ouate,

ize, ite ?

Somme,
Tel,

capse, tou, mque.


seur-veune-te, tou,

dhi,

menne-de, dhze, st-kignze.

Cette aiguille est trop petite.

Dhice, nr-de-le,

"

^^^"^>

"'

ltZ^^'^'!^''r
^f
et du m plus fort.

j
JT'-i
ai -perdu
mon d
.

'"'' ^"^'^'^

"^ -dbeurze, ine, m'bocse, anne-de', somme,


cre-ae-re, tbredde.
A'ye, bave, lste, m'ye,tbime-

ye,

-,

et

ize, tou, srale.

mes

sci-

be-le,

anne-de,

m'ye,

si-

Ms-ms, hazze, senne-te,

rai,

zcurzo.

mahw, aunhDo,

z'anh-veen-eer, av-eck,

z'al:w,

Monb-

Doo, prom-enI'awn.

34i;MK

DIALOGUE.

Maman m'a envoy

vous inviter venir avec nous demain.

O
^^

allez-vous?

Montmorency

n?n/nin.nt
nous
promener sur

les nes.

yoC

tou, ine-v'y-te,
"u,
go, oui-tbe, osse, tou, nor-ro.

Ouaire. ar. vou. .,.!'-?


Oui, ar, go-ige,'"tou, Monne-

t'mo-ranne-s, tou, r'ye-de,


op-ftne,

donne-kze.

182
At what time do you

^\n
to

&

How

do you go

sett off?

o'?iV'''""'"'"^'
have a
long day.
?

Ahw,

kell, ehrr, par-tay,

^^^'

'''"'

^"'

<^"

too?

mat-anh,

poor, av-war, une, lonh'gg,


zjoor-nay.

Ay, com-maunh,

fee,

al-ay,

voo?
In a cabriolet.

Daunb,

z'anli,

"

cab-ree-o-lay, or

lab.

will go

Mamma,

and abk mamma.

will

with master

you
S...

Zjuh, vay, or rah, z'al-ay, dcraaunhd-air,


abw,
maunhraaunb.

let me go
to Montmo-

"'^"^^^

av-eck,lub,

,,,,

''^'^'

To-morrow mornmg at eight


o ciocK*

^^rtxm^'

\v[ t^u^
^u"".
We
will call
for

you

y
-ii I
will be sure .to be

in

il

ca-

;s.

j|

35Tn

day

01

how
at

ahwl

witt,

Montmorency ?

ourselTcs fa-

mously.
Yes and we laughed heartly at
Henry.
Why so?
Because he fell three times of
his donkey.
Ah! because you made him

But you cannot

ride.

z'ee. al-ay.

LAV flfl.7iA
mare-see, maunh-maunh.
Noo,
v'yanh-dronh,
too,
praunhdr, daunh, luh, cabree-o-lay, or lah.
Zjuh, 8er-ay,prah, b'yanh, sewr.
I

Ay, b'yanh

com-maunh,

t'aT-

ay, TOO,troo-Tay, lah w, zjoor-

nay,
see?

kick.

poo-vay,

v'oo,

par-s'kuh, too, z'aT-ay, zay-

DIALOGUE.

did you like your

wo amused

Wee,

Oh

"''-

Well,

sijenn, 8...

Monh-mo-raunh-aee?
Caunb, seb-labw?
Dem-anh, mat-anh, ahw,
(/lirr

Yes you may go because you


have been a good boy.

T
I

Maunb-maunb, Too-Iay, too.


b'yanh, mub, lay-sare, al-air

duh,

noo,

Monb-mo-raunh-

noo,

sum, fam-ehz-

maunb, t'am-u-zay.
Wee, ay, Haunh-ree, noo,z'ahw,

fay, or fah, b'yanh, reer.

Poor-kwah

Par-s'kill, ay, tonh-bay, troo-

I
I

ahw, fwah, duh, sonh, n'awn.

Ahw

say, par-s'kuh, too, laTay, fay, or fah, ru-ay.


May, or mah, too, neh, saT-ay,
I

pahw, monh-tay^
/en,

can upon a horse.

01 Wee,

zjuh, say, or sab,


monh'tare, anb, sbeT-al.

(J

181
neiation.
)ar-tj',

TOO ?

du, mat-anh,
me, lonh'gg,
fee,

ftl-ftv,

ree-o-lay, or

dommaunh-

7/al-ay,

w,

)o-Iay,

TOO,

AA

t.

A....
huit heures

Et comment y allez-roui

Dam

un

Prononr iation anglau.


Atte oote, t'ye-me, dou, yon,
Mtte, offe ?

du matin, pour

TO!r une longue jouri

o.

cabriolet.

Atte, te, o-clque,


mre-nign'e, tou,
longn'e, d.
H'ou, dou, )ou, go

Ine,

dhl,

bave,

Ine, , cabori-o-ls.

Je vais aller demauder i maman.

A'ye, oule, go, aone-de nsqqe,

Maman, voulez-vous bien me

Ms-ms,

laisser aller

-sare, al*air,
in, S...

'^****

qwlle heure partez-roui '

ahw,

S...

avec

le

Montmorency

mu8-ma.

jeune

ouile,

you,

le

al,

go, oui-the, masse-te-i


S...
tou, Honne-t'mo-ranne-c 7
,

see?
,

ahw, witt,

Quand cela?
Demain matin

'ee, al-aj,

^
Uui,

TOO,
luh, cab-

)nh,
1,

>'yanb,gcwr.

fam-ehz-

Oh

a,

noo,z'ahw,
b,

reer.

morency

voo, lav-ay.
eh, saT-ay,

h,

T,

or sab,

heT-al.

bi,

cboure, tou,

bi,

lW

oui,

am-miouze-de, 'ou're-

selve-ze, f-me-s'l.

Yesse, anne-de, oui, lafte, harte*


l, atte,

,,
7

Henne-r.

Ou'ye, so 7

tomb

Ouelle, h'ou, didc, you,


que, youre, d, atte. Monne*

t'mo-ranne-c.

Parcequ'il^ est

thanne-que, you, ms-ms.

DIALOGUE.

nous nous sommes fameusment amuss.


Uui, et Henri nous a fait bien

Pourquoi
-bay, troo>Qb, a'awn.

Oui, ouile, cale, for, you. ine.

A'ye, ouile,
r-d.

bien! comment avez-vous


trouv la journe de Mont-

""

dhi, cab-ri-o-Is.

35iMi

Eh

Ycsse, you, m, go, bi-cze.


you, bave, bne, , goude,
b'yo.

le cabriolet.

Je serai prt, bien sr.

launh, t'avlahw,zjoori-mo-raunh-

atte,

te, o-clque.

Obi merci, maman.


i^ous viendrons vous prendre
dans

Tou, mor-ro, mre-nign'e,

TOUS pouvez y aller, parce


que voua avez t sage.

'aT-ay, z'ay-

inh-maunb.

Ouenne
huit heures.

trois fois

Bi-cze,

de son ane.
Ah c est parce que tous l'avez

owe,

fait ruer.

Mais vous ne savez pas monter.

Ah

hi, fel, thr,

hize,

t'ye-m'ze.

donne-k.

bi-cze, you, mde, hime.


'
kique.
Botte, you, cane-note, r'ye-de,
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English.
I

should like to see you


well
but tell me how did you
amuse youraelres ?
;

We

went

into the wood,

and

breakfasted on the grass.


Yes, and then to
straw-berries.

You had a
Yes, and

go

if

and

we

shall
see the

first

Wee, ay, maunh-maunh, ahw,


dee,

next

ronh?
Lub, prem-yay, dee-maunhsh,

in

month.

mwahw,

du,

will that

be?
be next Sunday week.
fire

works on

the kings birth day ?

pro-shanh.

Caunh, seh-lahw, ser-ahw, fill?


Seh-lahw, ser-ahw, duh, deemaunhsh, aunh, witt.
Av-ay, voo, vu, leh, fuh, dartee-feece, ahw, iabw, fait, du,
roo-ah.

Yes I saw them from a window


on the quay.

Wee,

What

Com-maunh, I'av-ay,

did

you think of them

zjuh, I'ay, vu, d'une, fensewr, luh, kay.

aitr,

vay
I

fah,

they will

Sunday

Did you see the

or

kuh, noo, z'eer-yonh,


z'ahw, Vare-si, vwar,zjoo-ay,
lay, z'o, see, noo, sum, sazje.
Sav-ay, voo, caunht, ell, zjoo-

are good

play?

It will

noo, z'av-onh,
day-zjenn-ay, eewr, I'airb.
Wee, ay, ap-rah, seh-lahw, noo,
z'av-onh, z'ay-tay,
daunh,

Voo, z'av-ay, fay,


graunhd, fait.

mamma says we

Do you know when

When

daunh, luh,

ay,

day, frazo.

to Versailles

the

z'al-ay,

z'une, shoam-yare, maunhzjay, duL, lahw, cremm, ay,

fine treat.

waters play,

On

Noo, sum,

bwahw,

a cottage,
cream and

where we had

French pronounciaton.
Zjem-er-ay, or ah, b'yanh, voo,
vwar; may, or mah, deet,
donhk, com-maunh, too, voo,
z'ait, z'am-u-zay.

thought the flower pot very


beautiful.

uia you ever see finer rockets ?

Zjay, troo-vay, leh, boo-kay, or


^'
kah, trah, bo.
Av-ay, voo, zjam-ay, or ah, vn,

duh, pin,
^' "e^^er.

voo, troo-

bell,

fu-zay ?

Nonh, zjam-ay, or ah.


..\j

36th

DIALOGUE.

Have you been on any of the


railways in France?
v- *i
^l'_*^'

What do you

1.

<*/

St.

Germain

think of them ?

Av-ay,

voo, z'ay-tay, sewr,


kelk, z'anh, dey, shem-arh;

dub, fare, aunh, Fraunhso?


Wee, sewr, sub, duh. St. Zjarc-

Caunh, paunh-say, voo ?

1!

185
iaton.

French.

ranh, voo,
lah, deet,
TOO, voo,

J'aipaerais bien vous voir ;


dites donc comment

unh, lub,
z'av-onh,

Nous sommes alls dans

vous tes amuss

maunhemm, ay,

or

fah,

mb, abw,
eer-yonh,
r,zjoo-ay,

im, sazje.
ell, zjoo-

naanhsb,
inb.

Oui, et aprs cela nous avons


t dans une cbaumirc
manger de la crme et des

dee-

Vous avez

fait

grande

fait,

du,

une, fen-

maman a dit que nous


irions Versailles voir jouer

Oui, et

eaux,
sages.
les

si

nous sommes

Quand

cela sera-t-il ?
huit.

Avez-vous vu le feu
la fte du roi ?
Oui, je

l'ai

d'artifice

vu d'une fentre sur

quay.

j-kay, or

J'ai trouv le

r ab,

Avez-vous jamais vu de plus

l'avez-vous trouv ?

belles fuses ?

Zjare-

'loo.

ife,

si,

dhi, ou-teurzc,

goude.
ouenne, dh,

oui, ar,

Dou, you,

no,

ouile, pl ?
dhi, feurste, sonne-d,
ine, ncxte, monne-the.

Ane,

ouile, dhate, bi ?

Ite, ouile, bi,

nexte, sonne-d,
ou-que.
Dide, you, si, dh,fa-ye-re, ouorquc-ze, ne, dhi, kign'e-ze,
beur-the, d ?
Yesse,'ye, s,dhemme, fromme,
, ouine-do, ne, dhi, quay,

Ou-te, dide, you, thine-que,


?

A'ye,thte,dbi, fl-oue're-potte
ve-r, biou-ti-foule.
Dide, you, ev-ve-re, si, f'yene-re, r-ke-t'ce ?

No, nev-ve-re.

3CiMB

t.

anne-de,

owe, dhemme
bouquet trs-beau.

Non, jamais.

se"tvr,

oui,challe, go, tou, Versailles,

(k).

Comment

em-anh,
jnbso?

f'ye-ne, trte.

Vesse, anne-de, ms-ms, sze,

Ouenne,

Cela sera de dimanche en

00, troo-

youre-selve-ze.
Oui, ouenne-te, ine-tou, dhi,
boude, anne-de, brque-feste-de, ne, dbi, grasse.
Yesse, anne-de, dhenne, tou, ,
cotte-dje,ouaire, oui, hadde,
crime, anne-de, str-bc-rze.

pl,

Savez-vous quand elles joueront?


Le premier dimanche du mois

le

va,

si,

you, ouelle, botte, tel, mi,


b'ou, dide, you, ara-mic uze,

You, badde,

fte.

tt.

fub, dar-

Prononciation anglaite.
A'ye, cboude, l'ye-que, tou,

fraises.

prochain.

ihw,t'ill?
lub,

le boia,

l'herbe.

ahw, noo,
daunh,

et nous avons djeun sur

I'airb.

maia
vous

DIALOGUE.

Avez-vous t sur quelquesunb des chemins de fer en


France ?
Oui
vTcruiala
et de St. Ooud
Qu'eu penaez-vous?

Have, you, bne, ne, ane-.

owe,

dbi,

rle-ouze,

ine,

Franne-ce ?
hu/e, owe, d'jeurme-ne, anne-de. St. Cloud.
Ouate, dou, you, thine-que,
I esse, ne,

owe, dhemme ?

18
English.

The carriages do not go so fast,


as those on the railways in
England.

What

is

the cause of that?

I believe the steam-engines or


less powerful.

French pronunciation.
vwah-ture, nuh, vonh,
pahw, see, reet, kuh, sell,
dey, shem-anh, duh, fare,
aunh, n'Aunh-glet-air.
Kell, ay, lahw, cone, duh, sehlahw.
Zjuh, croo-ah, kuh, ley, mashLey,

een,

z'ahw, vap-ehrr, onh,


duh, force.
Ootr, seh-lahw, ley, z'anh-zjayn'yehrr, z'onh, mwanh, d'expay-r'yaunhse,
kuh.
ley,
z'Aunh-glay, or gah.
Say, vray, or vrah, ay, par,
conh-say-caunh, ill, sonh,
mwanh, har-dee.
Nonh, Sehl-maunh, ley, z'anh*
zjay-n'yehrr, may, or mah,

mwanh,

Besides which the enginers are


less experieneed than the
English.
JO

and they are consequently less bold.

It is true,

Not only the engineers but the


French in general don't like
to risk travelling at such a

ley,

dangerous rate.

z'aunh, zjay-nay-ral, n'emm,


pahw, z'ahw, suh, ree? kare,

Fraunh-say,

or

aunh, vwah-yah-zjauT

sah,

n,

av-

eck,

Yes, and their temerity often


leads them into extraordi-

nary actions.

une,
rap-ee-dee-tay,
see, daunh-zjer-ehz.
Wee, ay, lehrr, tt,y-may-reetay, ley, conh-dwee, soo-

vaunh,

daunh, dey, z'acs'yonh, b'yanh, n'eitror-deenair.

For

my

part
rapidity.

And

I prefer

I like to see the

when

safety to

country

travel.

Poor, mwah, zjuh, pray-f


lahw, sewr-tay, ahw, k
rap-ee-dee-tay.

Ay, mwah, zjemm,


luh,

pay-ee,

ahv/-,

caunh,

Twar,
zjuh,

vwah-yazje.

And on

the railways,

you have

not the time.

Ay, sewr,
fare,

pahw,

3Yth

London?
it

divides the capital into

two unequal

parts.

shem-anh, duh,
n'av-ay,

iuh, taunh.

dialogue.

Does the Thames pass through


Yes,

ley,

voo, a'aunh,

Lahw, Tam-eeze,

pass,

fell,

ahw, trav-air, Lonhdr.


Wee, ell, dee-veeze, lahw, capee-talj

aunh,

z'ee-nay-gal.

duh.

par-teej

5.-y

187
Frenck.

Quelle est la cause de cela?

PronoTtciation anglaise.
Dhi, car-r-d'jeze, dou, note,
go, so, faste, azze, dhze,
ne, dhi, rle-ouze, inc, Inegleune-de.
Ouate, ize, dhi, cze, owe,

Je crois que les machines vapeur ont moins de force.

A'ye, bi-lvc, dhi, stme-cnned'jine-ze, ar, lesse, p'oue're-

Outre cela

Bi-s'ye-d'ze,

Les voitures ne vont pas si


vite que cellos des chemins
de fci en Angleterre,

dhate

foule,

ingnieurs ont
moin^i d'exprience que les
Anglais.
les

C'est vrai, et par consquent


ils sont moins hardis.

ex-pire-yeunce-de,
dhanne,
dhi, Ine-gliche.
Ite, ize, trou, anne-de, dh, ar,
conne-3i-couenne-t'l, lesse,

Non seulement

N^'ote,

les ingnieurs

mais

av-

oui-t'che,
dhi,
enne-d'ji-nre-ze, ar, lesse,

les Franais, en gnral,


n'aiment pas se risquer en
voyageant avec une rapidit
si dangereuse.

ble-de.
aune-l, dhi, enne-d'jinre-ze, botte, dhi, Frenneche, ine, djene-eur-eule, d
nete, l'ye-que, tou, risque,
trav-ve-li gn'e, atte, sotte-che,

sooz'ac-

Oui, et leur tmrit les conduit souvent dans des actions


bien extraordinaires.

dann

.i'je-re-ce, rte.

Yesse, anne-de, dherre, temmeeur-i-t,

dhemme,

of-fe-ne,

lde-ze,

ine-tou, ex-tror-di-

n-r, ac-cheunze.

Pour moi

je prfre la siirc

la rapidit.

For, m'ye, parte, 'ye, pri-fere, sfe-t, tou. rap-i-di-t.

Et moi, j'aime voir


quand je voyage.

le

pays

Anne-de, 'ye, l'ye-que, tou,


si,
dhi, conne-tr, ouenne,
'ye, trav-ve-le.

Et sur

chemins de fer vous


n'en avez pas le temps.
les

3ME
fell,

cap-

La Tamise

Anne-de, ne,

dhi, rle-ouze,

you, have, note, dhi, t'ye-me.

DIALOGUE.

passe-t-elle tra-

vers Londres?
Oui, elle divise la capitale en
deux parties ingales.

Dozze, dhi, ri-ve-re, Thme-z,


passe, throu, Lonne-de-ne.
Yesse. ite. di-v've-d'ze. dhi.
cap'-i-te-le,

in'e-tou,

'

onne-i-cou'eul, par-t'ce.

tou,'

'^^''^^S?3:%l'5iM(,V;xatBtt-:

188
English.
Is

the

Thames at London wider

than the Seine at Paris

Yes,

it

much

is

much wider and

deeper.

Then the
far as

vessels can go up as

London.

Yes, and they are so numerous


that from London bridge
to two leagues below, the

masts resemble a

forest.

French prononciation.

Lahw, Tam-eeze, ahw, Lonhdr,


ay, fell, plu, larzje, kuh,
lahw, Saine, ahw, Par-ee ?

Wee,

ell, ay, bo-coo, plu, larzje,


ay, bo-coo, plu, pro-fonhd.

Al-or,

ley, vay-so, rem-onht,


lahw, reev-yare, zjuce-k'ahw,
Lonhdr.
Wee, ay, ill, sonh, tell-maunh,
nonh-bruh, kuh, deh-pwee,
luh,
ponh, deh,
Lonhdr,
zjuce-k'ahw, duh, I'yuh, z'o,

des-300,

ley,

maw,

rea-

saunhbl, t'ahw, une, fo-ray,


or rah.

must be very curious to go


up the Thames and see the
shipping as you pass.

It

indeed curious to see the


steamboats, which are as numerous on the Thames as
omnibuses in the streets of

It is

Puris.

Do not

accidents very often

happen ?
Sometimes, but not so often as
you would imagine.

The English are good

sailors.

Yes, very good.


It is very natural as they are
islanders.

Yes, and have so


:

Seh-lahw, dwah, t'aitr, b'yanh,


cure-yuh, duh, rem-onh-tay,
lahw, Tam-eeze, ay, duh,
reh-gar-day,
ley,
vay-so,
z'aunh, pas-saunh.
Say, vray-maunh, cure-yuh,
duh, vwar, ley, bat-o, z'ahw,
vap-ehrr, kee, sonh, t'os-see,
nonh-bruh, sewr, lahw, Tameezo, kuh, ley, z'om-nee-buce,
daunh, ley, ru, duh, Par-ee.
N'ee, ar-reeve, fill, pahw, soovaunh, dey, z'ac-see-daunh ?
Kelk, fwah, may, or mah, pahw,
'os-see,

soo-vaunh,

kuh,

voo, leh, croo-ah-r'yay.


Ley, z'Aunh-glay, or glah, sonh,

bonh, mar-anh.
trah, bonh.
Say, too, nat-u-rell, pweesk-ill,

Wee,

sonh, dey, z'anh-su-lair.

much

foreign

merce.

Wee,

ay, ay yaunh, taunh, dub,


com-mairce, av-eck, I'ay-

traunh-zjay.

38th

DIALOGUB.

What do you think of the English now that you live among
them?

Kuh,

paunh-say, voo, dey,


z'Aunh-glay, or glah, manhteh-naunh, kuh, voo, z'av-ay,
deh-mer-ay, par-mee, uh.

189
French.
Tajiise Londres est-elle
plus large que la Seine
Paris ?

La

Prononciation unglaite.
dhi,
Thme-ze, atte,
Lonne-de-ne,
ou'ye-de-re,
dbanne, dhi, Sne, atte, Par-

I2ze,

ece.

beaucoup plus
large et beaucoup plus pro-

Oui,

elle

est

fonde.
Alors, les vaisseaux remontent
la rivire jusqu' Loudres ?
Oui, et

ils

sont tellement

nom-

breux que depuis le pont de


Londres jusqu' denx lieues
au-dessous, les mts ressemblent une fort.

Yesse,

ite,

ize,

motte-che,

ou'ye-de-re, anne-de, motteche, d-pe-re.


Dhenne, dhi, ves-seulze, canne,
go, oppe, dhi, ri-ve-re, azze,
farre, azze, Lonne-de-ne.
Yesse, anne-de, dh, ar, so,
niou-me-re-ce, dhate, from-

me, Lonne-de-ne,

brid'je, ton,
ton, lgue-ze, bi-lo, dhi, maste-ce, ri-zemrae-be-le, , f-

re-ste.

Cela doit tre bien curieux de


remonter la Tamise et de
regarder les vaisseaux en
passant.
C'est vraiment curieux de voir
les bateaux vapeur qui
sont aussi nombreux sur la

Tamise que les omnibus


les rues de Paris.

dans

N'y'arrive-t-il pas souvent des

accidents?
Quelquefois,

Ite,

moste,

ve-r, kiou-rieuoppe, dhi, Thmeze, anne-de, si, dhi,


chpign'e, azze, you, passe.
bi,

ce, tou, go,

Ite,

ize, ine-dde, kiou-rieuce,


tou, si, dhi, stme-bte-ce,
oui-t'che, ar, azze, niou-mere-ce, ne, dhi, Thme-ze,
azze, om-ni-biou-ce-ze, ine,
dhi, strte-ce, owe, Par-re-ce.

Dou,

note,
ac-ci-deune-t'ce,
ve-r, of-fe-ne, hap-pe-ne?

mais pas aussi


souvent que vous le croiriez.

Somme-t'ye-m'ze, botte, note,


so, of-fe-ne, azze, you, houde

Les Anglais sont bons marins.

i-mad-je-ne.
Dhi, Ine-gliche, ar, goude, s-

Oui, trs-bons.
C'est tout naturel

puisqu'ils

sont des insulaires.


Oui, et ayant tant de
avec l'tranger.

commerce

38ME

leurze.
Yesse, ve-r, goude.
Ite, ize, ve-r, natte-you-re-le,
azze,
dh, ar, ice-lannedeurze.
Yesse, anne-de, have, so, motteche, for-ine, cora-meurce.

DIALOGUE.

Que peasez-vus des Anglais?


maintenant que vous avez
demeur parmi eux.

Ouate,

owe,

dou,

you,

thine-que,

dhi, Ine-gliche, n'ou,

dhate, you, live, -mongn'e

dhemme ?

100

At

first

English.
did not like them;

but now I kmow them, I


cannot help, esteeming them.

Why

French pronunciation.
Dab-or, zjuh, nuh, ley, z'emmay, or ah, pahw
may, or
mah, manh-teh-naunh, kuh^
;

zjuh, ley, con-nay, or nah,


zjuh, nuh, pwee, kuh, ley,,
z'es-tee-may.

did you not like them at

first?

Poor-kwah, nuh, ley, z'emmyay, voo, pahw, daunh, luh,

com-mauuhse-maunh ?
Because
ness

apparent coldmade me think them


their

impolite.

Par-s'kune, ap-par-aunhse, duh,


froo-ah-dehrr,
muh,
fee,
croo-ar, k'ill, z'ay-tay, or
tah, t'anh-po-lee.

You were
ness

is

perfectly right coldimpoliteness.

yes, for those who make politeness consist


in words
alone.
What do you mean? have the
English made you a philoso-

pher?

Voo, z'av-yay, par-fait-maunh,


*ray-zonh, lahw, frooah-dehrr,
say, I'anh-po-lee-tess.
"Wee, poor, suh, kee, nuh, fonh,
conh-sis-tay, lahw, po-leetess, kuh,

daunh,

ley, par-ol.

Kuh, voo-lay, voo, deer,

ley,

z'Aunh-glay, or glah, voo,


z'onh, t'ill, raunh-du, fee-lozoff?

Not

but I have learned


that, to judge of a people, it
at

all,

necessary to live
them.
is

among

That may be true well, and


what do you think of the
;

capital of the British Isles ?

Pahw,

du, too, may, or mah,


zjay, ap-pree, kuh, poor, zjuzjay, d'anh, pehpl, ill, fo,
veevr, av-eck, luee.

Say, puh,

t'aitr, vray, or vrah


;
ay, com-maunh, troo-vay,
voo, lahw, cap-ee-tal, dey,
z'ill,

an enormous town,
and appear from one end to

It is really

the other like a vast bazar.

Did you find the living very


dear?f
aear
Not so dear as we expected

bree-tan-neek ?

Say, vray-maunh, t'une, veel,

ay-nurm,

ay,

kee,

res-

saunhbl, d'une, ex-tray-meetay, ahw, I'oatr, ahw, anb,


vast, baz-arr.
troo-vay,
vee, b'yanh, shair?

Av-ay, voo,

Pahw,

see,

shair,

kuh,

lahw,
noo,

luh, croo-ah-yee-onh.

However

the wine
at London.

is

very dear

Suh-paunh-d&unh, luh, vanh,


ay, for, shair, ahw, Lonhdr.

191
Tx,

IJ

^*"5

u A
abord,
je ne les aimais pas
'

mais maintenant que


connais je ne puis que

Prononciation anglaise.
;

je les

Atte, feurste, 'yc, dide, note,


la'ye-que, dberame
botte
n'ou, 'ye, no, dhemme, 'ye,
;

les es-

"*^'

cane-note,heIpe,e3-t-mign'e,

dhcrame.

Pourquoi ne les airaiez-vous


pas dans le commeu cement?
Parcequ'une apparence de froideur me fit croire qu'ils
taient impolis.

Ou'ye, dide, you, note, l'yeque, dhemme, atte, feurste?


Bi-cze, dherre, ap-p-reune-te,
cle-d'nece, mde, mi, thineque, dhemme, ime-po-l'yete.

Vous aviez parfaitement raison


la froideur c'est l'impolitesse.

Oui, pour ceux qui ne font consister la politesse

3,

ley,

les paroles.

VOO,

Que voulez-vous
glais

fee-lo-

vous

losophe

Pas du

peur-fec-t'l, r'yecle-d'nece, ize, ime-pol'ye-t'nece.


te,

Yesse,

for,

dhze, hou, mque,

que dans

po-l'ye-t'nece, conne-sis-te,
ine, ouor-d'ze, -Iaune.

An-

Ouate, dou, you, mine? have,


dhi, Ine-gliche, mede, you,

dire ? les

ont-ils

You, ouaire,

rendu phi-

, fi-loz-of-fe-re ?

tout, mais j'ai appris

que, pour juger d'un peuple


il faut vivre avec lui.

Note, atte, aie, botte, 'ye,,


have, leurne-de, dhate, tou,
d'jod-je,
ize,

C'est peut-tre vrai; et comment trouvez-vous la capit*le des Iles Britanniques ?

owe,

-mongn'e, dhemme.
Dhate, m, bi, trou; ouelle,
anne-de, ouate, dou, you,

owe,
owe, dhi,

thine-que,
te-le,

A'ye-1'ze?

C'est vraiment une ville norme


et qui ressemble, d'une extrmit l'autre, un vaste
bazar.

Avez-vous trouv

chre ?
si chre que nous

Pas

le

croy-

ions.

Cependant le vin
Londres.

est fort cher

dhi, cap-iBri-tiche.
'

Ite, ize, r-l,

anne, -nre-mece, t'oune, anne-de, ap-pre^


ze, fromme, ouane, enne-de,

tou, dhi, -dhe-re, l'fe-que,


, vaste,

la vie bien

, pi-pe-le, ite,

n-ces-s-r, tou, live,

b-zre.
fagne-de, dhi, lU
vign'e, ve-r, dire ?
Note, so, dire, azze, oui, ex-pec-te-de.
H'oii-ve-re. dh

J^-"C,
ize, ve-r, dire, r'^e, Lonnede-ne.

Dide, you,

192
English.
we did not drinic

It is 80,

but

much,

for

we soon began

prefer tne beer,


ally verj good.

which

to

is re-

You speak so highly of England


that you give me a desire to

French pronounciaton.
Way, vray, or vrah, may, or
mah, noo, n'aunh, bume,
pahw, bo-coo, car, b'yanhtoe, noo,
com-mannh-sam,
z'ahw, ay-may, lahw, b'yare,
kee, ay, t'aunh, vay-ree-tay,
trah, bun.

Voo,

go there.
Go, and juge for yourself,
the best way.

it is

duh,

tell-maunh,ray-lozje,
I'Aunh-glet-air, kuh,

voo,

muh, don-ay, I'aunh-

fait,

vee, d'ee, al-ay.


Al-ay, z'ee, ay, zju-zjay, par,
voo, mame, say, lub, may-

yehrr,

39th
I

am overjoyed
in

to see

dialogue.

you again

good health,

When

Zjuh, swee, b'yanh, naze, duh,


voo, vwar, aunh, bun, saunhtay.

did

you

return

from

France ?
I

mwah-yanh.

returned thence last Saturday.

Caunht, ait, voo, rev-en-u, duh,


Franhse?
Zjaunh, rev-auh, sam-dee. daren'yay.

What do you

think of that
country ?
We must be without partiality.

Kuh, paunh-say, voo, duh, suh,


pay-ee, lahw ?
Ill, fo,

t'aitr,

saunh, par-s'yal-

ee-tay.

France

is

a very

And what
French

fine country.

do you say of the

They are extremely

and

civil

polite to foreigners.

In what part of France have

you been ?

Lahw,

Fraunhse, ay, t'auh,


trah, bo, pay-ee.
Ay, kuh, deet, voo, dey,
Fraunh-say, or sah.
sonh, t'ex-trem-aunh, seeveel, ay, po-lee, aunh-vare,
ley, z'ay-traunh-zjay.

Ill,

Daunh,

kell, par-tee, duh, lahw,


Fraunhse, av-ay, voo, ^'ay-

tay.
I

have been
Paris;

all

the time in

in going thither,

passed through Normandy


and at my return through
Picardy,

Zjay, ay-tay, too, luh, taunh,


z'ahw, Par-ee; aunh, n'ee,
al-aunh, zjay, pass-ay, par,

lahw,

ahw,

Nor-maunh-dee,

monh,

reh-toor,

ay,
par,

lahw, Pee-car-dee.
Is Paris as fine as

London

The streets of London are


and wider.

liner

Par-ce,

z'ay,

fill,

os-see,

bo,

kuh; Lonhdr?
Ley, ru, deh, Lonhdr, sonh,
plu, bell, z'ay, plu, larzje.

103
unciaton.
ah,

unh,

may, or
bume,

French.

C'Mt vrai
mais nous n'en
bmes pas beaucoup, car
;

b'yanh-raaanh-sam,
car,

bientt nous

Prononciation anglae.
Ite,

commenmes

vay-ree-tay,

80, botte, oui, dide,


drine'que, motte-che,

for, oui,

aimer la bire, qui est en


Trit trs bonne.

lahiv, b'yare,

ize,

note,

soune, bi-ganne, tou,

pri-fe-re, dhi, bre, oui-t'che,


ize, r-l, ve-r,

goude.

ih,l'ay-lozje,

kuh,
I'aunh-

et-air,

-ay,

Vous

faites tellement l'loge


de l'Angleterre que vous me

donnez
ju-zjay, par,
lub, may,

Allez-y,

et

mme,

nh.

l'envie d'y aller.

jugez

par vous-

c'est le meilleur

moy'

en.

selfe, ite, ize, dhi, beste,

lou,

v-en-u, duh,

nno^

"'" """
FrlnJ

m-dee, dare-

'^

duh, suh,
fk.,

->

QoepeMe!!-yoasdecep.ys-l?
1,

ay,

t'anh,

.ao, partiaux.

dev,

ih.

aunh-vare,

iss-ay, par,

ih-dee,
-toor,

ay,
par,

laste, sat-teur-d.

Ouite,

'

^'^'

'''*''

,1

sonh,

thine-,e,

J'ai

t tout

ce,

temps Paris
pass par la
Normandie et mon retour
par la Picardie.
le

en y allant

..

e, po-l'ye-te,

j'ai

have, you, bine ?

A'ye, have, bne, aie, dhi, t'yeme, ine, Par-re-ce ine, goign'e, dhi-dhe-re, 'ye, passede,
throu,
Nor-manne-d,
;

nne-de,
naf_i*_:i

uSi

tou%!

i-uearze.

bo,

larzje.

yod,

Dh7Vei;-SeT:':i!ve.le.

Pari\a
ihdr,

dou,

IlB, ont extrmement civils


et
polis envers les trangers.

''''

Ik

OS-see,

ine,

vty
A't
,
^
Et
que dites-vous
des Franais?

avez vous t
n'ee,

gune,

Franne-ce, ize, , ve-r, f'ye^^) conne-tr.


Anne-de, ouate, dou, yen, se

'

lub, taunh,

aunh,

you,

Iiel-the.

o:r^^^:X'ZCALu,

i-aunh, see-

yay.
, duh, lahw,
voo, ?'ay-

ou.

par-cheul-i-t.

w
pav^"''

voo,

owe,

"tZ^fP ""' '-""'


A'^r^u^S^Lane-c,

par-s'yal-

n f.. .

),

81,

goude,

J'en revu., ,.edi do.oier.


0,

so, h'ye-l,

Ine-gleune-de, dhate, you,


guive, mi, , di-z'ye-re, tou,
go, dherre.
Go, anne-de, d'jod'je, for, youre-

DIALOGUE.

39iM8

uaze, duh,
bnn, oaunh-

Tou, spque,

bcU

que

que Londres ?
Les rues de Londres sont plus
belles et plus larges.

ne,^ ar,

atte,

m'ye,

ri-

teurne, throu, Pi-cr-d.


Izze, Par-re-ce, azze, f'ye-ue,
azze, Lonne-de-ne?
Dhij strte-ce, owe, Lonne-defl'ye-ne-re, anne-de,

ou'ye-de-re.

104

Engluh.
more populous than

London

is

*"

London

is

cities in

one of the finest


Europe.

That is true all foreigners acknowledge it but neverthe-

French pronunciation.
Lonhdr, ay, plu, pohp-play,
kuh, Par-ee.
Lonhdr,ay, tune, dey, plu. bell.
veel, duh, L'uh-rup.

Seh-lahw, ay, vray, or vrah


too,

less,

there are finer edifice

ley,

z'ay-traunh-zjaj,

aunh, conh-v'yenn

may, or
mah, nay-aunh-mwanh, z'ill,
ee, ahw, duh, plu, bo, z'ay-

at Paris.

dee-feece, ahw, Par-ee.

dialogue.

40th

Have you been absent ?

it ia a
long time since we had tha
pleasure of seeing you.

was

It

seems that ihe air of the


country has been serviceable
to you.

was not well

in the country where


remained a fortnight.

often pains in

before,

my

had

stomach.

A v-ay, voo, z'ay-tay, ab-saunh ?


ee, ahw, lonh-taunh, kuh,
noo, n'av-onh, z'u, luh, playzeer, duh, voo, vwar.
55jay-tay, or tah, z'ahw, lahw,
caunh-pang-ye, hoo, zjay,
res-tay, kainze, zjoor.
Ill, par-ay, or ah, kuh,
l'air,
duh, lahw, caunh-pang-ye,
voo, z'ahw, ay-tay, fav-oill,

rahbl.
Zjuh, nuh, muh, por-tay, or tah,
pahw, b'yanh, n'o-par-ahwvaunh, zjav-ay, or ah, soovaunh, dey, mo, d'es-to-

mahw.
In what part of the country

have you been?

At Acton,

at
had invited
see her.

They say that

'

'

z'ay-tay ?

my

Aunt's

me

there

who

go and

to

is

excel-

It is true that it is the best

one

Are there not likewise mineral


waters ?
*
*
u
.X it
but* It IS not in Acton,
IS in a nlace which thev oall
Acton Wells.

Ahw, Ac-ton,

shay, mahw,
tauuht, kee, mav-ay, or ah,
t'anh-vee-tay, ahw, al-ay,

lahw, vwar.
Onh, dee, k'ill,
Ac-ton,

can have.

par-tee, duh, lahw


caunh-pang-ye, av-ay, voo,

lent water at Acton.

V
Yes,

Daunh, kell,

duh,

ee,

ahw, ahw,
lo,

ex-cel-

launht.
ay, vray, or vrah, kuh, say,

Ill,

lahw,
may-yehrr,
pwecce, av-war.
Nee, ahw, fill, pahw,

II

konh,
z'os-see,

niee-nay-ral ?
Wee, may, or mah, suh, n'ay,

Oi

^^^y>

^''

nah-ar

iu..-

* _

x.J

._"

daunh, z'anh,n'aunh-droo-ah
conb, n'ap-ell, Ac-ton, WoUg

106
French.

nation.

pchp-play,

Londres eat plus peuple


que

Prononciation anglai$
Lonnc-de-ne, ize, more,'

Londres

piou.le.ce,dhanne,Par.roce
Lonne-dc-nc, i/.e, ouane,
owe,'

Paria.

plu, bell,

y,

une dos plus belles

villes de rEurojte.

up.

wanh,

faye-ne-ste, si-tze, ine


'
ou-re-pe.

I^liate,

z'ill,

botte,

ar-ee.

le plaisir

, longn'e,

do vous voir.

rar.

J'tais

ahw, labw.

la

campagne o

j'ni

oor.
kiih,

Il

l'air,

li-pang-yc,
ay,

portais pas bien auparavant, j'avais souvent des


"''='
^'.>
d'estomac.

rt<f''s

Dans quelle partie de la


campagne avez-vous t?

>ay, voo,

mabw,

Acton, chez

m avait invit

or ab,

ly,

ma

tante,

qui

aller la voir.

al-ay,

v^,

On dit

hw, ahw,

N'y a-t-il pas aussi des


eaux
minrales ?
Oui, mais ce n'est pas
Acton.

z'08-see,

n'ay,

say

-droo-ah
oo,Well8

l'eau

vrai que c'est la meilleure qu'on puisse avoir.

al?
ton,

y a Acton de

Il est

konb,

luh,

K\T'ox,k7^
f^
'ore, uye,
Vo'

Ine

oi.Af

n'paf rlonn

appelle
>

.._

.1

..

Acton Wells,

'

'i'a":'

tou^
..
'^'-

h ^^i ^^'l'^
hadde,
of-fe-ne,
me, ro''*yo stom-

..-

''^'

'<^^''
nonnl
^u"'*'
conne-tre,
have, you, bine ?

Atte,

Ac-te-ne, atte, m'ye,


hou, hadde, ine'
v'ye-te-de,
mi,
tou
go
annc-de, si, he-re
ane-t'ze,

Db

se, dhate, dhcrre,


ize, ex'

cel- leune-te,

kuh, say,
,

qu'il

excellente.

ex-cel-

.,

seur-vi-s-be-le,

me-que.

luh, lahw,

",

e-fe"' dhate

ovvTd^'cotSr

pne-ze,"

d'es-to-

me

ma.,-r
maux

t'ye'me.

sme-co. oui, hadde, dhi,


i,I!
owe, s-ign'e. you.
ye, ouze, ine, dhi,
conne-tr.
ouaire, 'ye,
ri-mne-de,

bine,

Je ne

or tab,
i-par-ahwr ah, 800-

parat que l'air do la campagne vous a t favorable.'

fav-o-

tay,

ite

je-re,

rest quinze jours.

zjay,

100,

for-i-

iv
t.
bine,
nb-scune-to?

eu

luh, play-

aie,

nev-eur-dhi-lcsse

40ME DIALOGUE
Avez-vous
._ t
^,^ uatui
absent ? 11
ilt y a
Have you,
vn,.
"ave,
j'
'-"*
longtemps que nous n'avons
ite, ize,

ab-saunh?
aunh, kub,

trou,

ac-kn-le-d'je,

dherre, ar, f-ye-ne-re,


-dii
fye-sezc, atte. Par-re-ce.

bo, z'aj-

I,

i/.e,

neurze,

nanmoins il y n de plus
beaux difices Paris

pfi-

dl.i,

Cela est vrai tous les


trangers en conviennent:
mais

or vrab
raunh-zjaj,
may, or
ti

est

Ac-te-ne.
Ite,

ize,

dK

ou-te-re, itte,

trou, dhate, ite,


ize,
beste. oune,
cinne,'

Ar, dherre, note,


l'ye-ku'yeze, mi-ne-re-le,
ou-teurze?
esse, botte, ite. Wt. ^^^
.vAc-te-ne,ite,

ize,

ce, oui-t'che,

dh, cale Ac'

te-ne, Ouelze.

ine,,'pil

196
English.

French pronunciation.

Are these mineral waters much


renowned?

Sey,

Not much and

Pahw, bo-coo, ay, zjuh, nuh,


say, or sah, pahw, kell, aunh,

the reason of

do not

know

it.

perhaps because there are


other waters more renowned.

It is

However it may be, there is in


Acton Spring, water wliich
has the three qualities most
required; it ia clear, cool

and

tasteless.

mee-nay-ral,

sonh,

reh-nom-ay

n'ay, lahw, coze.


puh-t'aitr, par-suh-k'ill,

Say,

ahw,
nom-ay.
ee,

d'oatr, z'o, plu, reh-

Kwah-k'ill, aunh, swah, ill, ee,


ahw, ahw, Ac- ton, duh, lo,
duh, soorce, kee, ahw, ley,
troo-ahw, kahw-lce-tay, rehkee-ze ell, ay, clair, fraish,
ay, anh-see-peed.
;

a great advantage, and


which they have not in Lon-

It is

don.

4IsT
I

z'o,

fell, b'yanh,

DIALOGUE.

come

to pay you a visit and


enquire after your health.

not of the best, for


three days past.

It is

You seem however


what ails you ?

two

Say, t'anh, graunhd, av-aunhtazje, ay, conh, n'ahw, pahw,


z'ahw, Lonhdr.

or

to be well

Zjuh, v'yanh, voo, raunhdr,


vee-zeet, ay, m'anh-for-may,
duh, vottr, saunh-tay.

pahw, dey,may-yehrr,
duh-pwee, duh, z'hoo, trooahw, zjoor.
Voo, par-ess-ay, suh-paunhdaunh, voo, b'yanh, por-tay
Ell, n'ay,

have the head-ache, with a


megrim that hinders me from
sleeping.

Are you subject to those sorts


of illnesses?

Not at

all, this is

that I

How

the

time
them.

first

am afflicted with

does your brother do ?

cav-ay, voo?
Zjay, mal, ahw, lahw, tait, ay,
une, mee-grenn, kee, m'aunhpaish, duh, dor-meer.
Ait,

voo, su-zjait,
surt, duh, mo?

Pwanh,

du, too, say, lahw,


prem-yare,
fwah,
kuh,
zjaunh,
swee,
z'anh-comm 0-day.

Com-maunh,

suh,

yuh, vottr, frare

The gout has sweiied


he cannot go out.

his legs,

ahw, sey,

Lahw, goot,
flay>

iuee,

purt,

ahw, aunh-

ley, zjaunhb,

puh, sor-teer.

Mos-

ill,

neh,

'

197
French

dation.

nom-ay
zjuh,
kell,

Ceseaux

sonh,

-rai,

bien

renommes

teurze,

Pas beaucoup, et je ne
quelle en est la cause.

nuh,
aunh,

Prononciation anglaue.
Ar, dhze, mi-ne-re-le,

tninraleg sont-elles

ounde
sais

'o,

plu, reh-

mes?
vah,
n,

ill,

ee,

duh,

lo,

Quoiqu'il en soit

il y a Acton
de l'eau de source qui a les

trois qualits requises


elle
est claire, fraiche et insipide.

aliw, ley,

Ite,

ite.

ize,

peur-apse,
bi-cze,
ar, -dhe-re, outeurze, more, ri-n'ounde.
n'ou-ve-re, ite,m, bi, dherre,
ize^ ine, Ac-te-ne, sprign'e,
ou-te-re,

oui-t'che, hazzc,
dhi, thr, cou-li-tze, mste,

fraish,

lair,

dherre,

e-tay, reh-

ouri-n'-

Note, motte-che, anne-de, 'ye


dou, note, no, dhi, ri-ze-ne'

owe,
C'est peut-tre parcequ'il
y a
d'autres eaux plus renom-

ir-9uh"k'ill,

motte-che,

ri-cou'ye-eurde
ite,
ize,
clre, coule, anne-de, tce;

av-aunh-

C'est

pahw.

ihw,

un grand avantage

t'ie-ce.

et

qu'on n'a pas Londres.

Ite, ize. , grte, ad-vanne-td'je,


le-de, oui-t'che, dh,

bave, note, ine, Lonne-de-ne.

41ME

DIALOGUE.

Je viens vous rendre visite et


m'informer de votre sant.

A'ye,

nay-yehrr,
hoo, troo-

Elle n'est pas des meuilleures


depuis deux ou trois jours.

Ite, ize, note,

uh-paunh-

Vous paraissez cependant vous

You,

por-tay

bien porter; qu'avez-vous ?

raunhdr,
h-for-may,
tny.

1,

ay,

r,

tait,

e,

m'aunh-

.J'ai

sey,

la tte et

graine qui
dormir.

ier.

ahw,

mal

une mi-

m'empche de

Etes-vous sujet ces sortes de

maux ?

y,

lahvr,

kuh,
anh-com-

1,

iirt,

Mos-

w, aunhill, neb|

Point du tout, c'est la premire


fois que j'en suis incommod.

Comment

se porte,
votre frre ?

La

comme,

tou, p, you, ,
anne-de, ine-couye're, af-te-re, youre, hl-the.
viz-ite,

owe,

dhi, beste,

for, tou, ar, thr, dze, paste.


srae, h'ou've-re, tou, b,

ouelle

A'ye,

ouate, lze,

have,

dhi,

goutte lui a enfl les jambes


il ne peut sortir.

hedde-quc,

oui-the, , mi-grime, dhate,


hine-deurze, mi, fromme, slpign'e.

Ar, you, sobbe-d'jecte, tou,


dhze, sre-t'ce, owe, il-nesse-ze ?

Note, atte, aie, dhice, ize, dhi,


feurste, t'ye-me, dhate, 'ye,

amme, af-flic-te-de,
dhemme.
Monsieur

you

oui-the,

H'ou, dozze, youre, br-dheI>hi,

g'oute, hazze, souel-de


lgue-ze, hi, cannenote, go, 'outc.
hize,

V.'

108
EnglUh.

Can he
I

be spoken with

now ?

must ask if he is not asleep


for he had no rest the whole
:

night.
I

will conduct you


room immediately

vant says that he is

into his
the sernot sleep-

I^ench pronunciation.
ahw, prayzaunh ?
Ill, fo, kuh, zjuh, dem-aunhd,
s'ill,
nuh, rep-oze, pahw;
car, ill, n'ahw, pahw, dormee, duh, lahw, nuee.
Zjuh, vay, or vah, voo, conhdweer,
daunh,
sahw,
shaunhbr
lahw,
sarevaunht, dee, k'ill, nuh, dor,
Ay-t'ill, vee-zeebl,

ing.

He will be very glad

pahw.
to see you.

And

I shall be glad to see


likewise.

him

Zjuh, soo-ait-er-ay, or ah,


suh, por-tahw, b'yanh.

respects.

What!

is it

you? have you

left

school ?

We

have our holidays, and

take the

first

opportunity to

come and deliver

to

compliments of
and mother.

my

k'ill,

dialogue.

hare the honor to present you

my

os-see, zjuh, ser-ay,

vwar.

wish that he were well.

42nd
I

Ay, mwah,

b'yanh, shar-may, deh, luh,

I,

ser-ahw, b'yanh, n'aze, duh,


voo, vwar.

Ill,

you the
father

Zjay, I'on-nehrr, duh, voo, prayzaunh-tay, mey, res-pay, or


pah.

Kwah!

ace, voo! av-ay, voo,


kee-tay, I'ay-col ?
Noo, sum, z'aunh, vack-aunhse,
ay, zjuh, pro-feet, duh, lahw,

prem-yare,oc-caz-yonh,poor,
ven-eer, voo, fare, ley, conhplee-maunh,duh, monh, pare,
ay, duh, mahw, mare.

How do they do ?
Com-maunh, suh, purt-ill ?
My father is pretty well, but Monh, pare, suh, purt, ass-say,
my mother complains of a
b'yanh, may, or mah, mahw,
tooth-ache.

am
to

sorry to see you confined

your room by the gout.

mare, suh, planh, d'anh, mal,


duh, daunh.
Zjuh, swee, faw-shay, duh, voo,
vwar, conh-fee-nay, daunh,
vottr, shaunhbr, par, lahw,
STQOt.

Did not your father say that


he would come and see me 7

Vottr, pare, n'ahw,


dee,

k'ill,

drah, meh,

fill,

pahw,

v'yanh-dray, or,

vwar ?

190
dation.
Est-il visible prsent ?

ahw, pray-

Il

dem-annhd,

pahw

oze,

faut que je

repose pas
;

demande
car

dormi de la

pahw, dornuee.
voo, conhBah\7,
1,
hw,
sarel,
nuh, dor,

il

s'il

ne

n'a pas

nuit.

no, reste, dhi, le, n'ye-te,

Je vais vous conduire dans sa


chambre
la servante dit
qu'il ne dort pas.
;

Prononciation anglais.
hi, bi, spo-ke-ne, oulthe, n'ou ?
A'ye, moste, asque, iffe, hi, ize,
note, -slpe
for, hi, hadde,

Oanne,

A'ye, ouile, conne-docte, you,


ine-tou, hze, roume, im-midite-tl
dhi, senr-veune:

te, sze,

dhate,

hi, ize,

note,

sl-pign'e.
n'aze,

Il

duh,

sera bien aise de vous voir.

Hi, ouile, bi, ver, gladde, ton,


si,

Et moi

ser-ay,
deh, luh,

!Juh,
r,

aussi, je serai bien charde le voir.

you.

Anne-de, 'ye,challe, bigladde,


tou,

si,

hime, l'ye-kou'ye-

ze.

Je souhaiterais

or ah, k'ill,
'yanh.

qu'il se

portt

bien.

J'ai l'honneur

pr ay-

res-pay, or

ter

av-ay, too,

Quoi

mes

hi,

ouaire,

ouelle.

42iME
3, voo,

A'ye, oui-che, dhate,

DIALOGUE.

de vous prsen-

respects.

A'ye, have, dhi, hon-ne-re, tou,


pri-zeune-te, you, m'ye, respec-t'ce.

est-ce vous ? avez-vous


quitt l'cole?

Nous sommes en vacance

ick-aunhse,
duh, lahw,
yonh,poor,
,

ley,

et je

de la premire occasion pour venir vous faire


les compliments de mon pre
et de ma mre.
profite

conh-

nonh, pare,
lare.

i
iirt-ill

rt,

ass-say,

ah,

mahw,

d'anh, mal,
^,

duh, voo,

daunh,
par, lahw,

ly,

fill,

Ouate

you,

ize,

ite,

you?

have

scoule ?
Oui, have, 'oue're, h-le-dze,
anne-de, 'ye, tque, dhi,
lefte,

feurste,
op-por-tiou-ni-t,
tou, comme, anne-de, di-li-

ve-re, tou, you, dhi, commepli-meune-t'ce, owe, m'ye,


f-dhe-re, anne-de, m-dhere.

Comment
Mon pre

se portent-ils ?
se porte assez bien,
mais ma mre se plaint d'un

mal de dents.
Je suis fich de vous voir confin dans votre chambre par
la goutte.

H'ou, dou, dh, don ?


M'ye, f-dhe-re, ize, prett,
ouelle, botte, m'ye, m-dhre, comme-plne-ze, o/ve,
,
tou-thque.
A'ye, amme, sor-r, tou, Bi,
you, conne-fgne-de, tou,
youre, roume, b'ye, dhi,
_->--

pahw,

i-dray, or,

Votre pre
viendratt

n'a-t-il

me

pas dit

voir ?

qu'il

Dide, note, youre, f-dhere, se,


dhate, hi, houde, comme,
anne-de, li, mi?

200

He

EnglUh.
have that honour the
time he comes to Lon-

will

first

don.

We

hare not the pleasure to

see

He

him

often.

has always something to

do.
I

am

going to take

mj

leave

of you.

him that

this

week.

I will

not

expect him'

fail to tell

him

so.

hope that mj gout will not


be of long continuance.

43bd
ask you

much improved

if you

have

in the french

Tou pronounce

pretty well.

duk, voo
dem-aunh-day, see, voo, z'av-

%,

Fraunh-say, or sah.
Voo, z'aunh-taunh-day, kuh,
zjuh,
3om-maunh8e, ahw,

months since

Voo, luh, pro-nonh-say,


I

it.

apply yourself to it
speak it. I am sure

will learn it perfectly

well.

My

Zjay, ho6-blee-ay,

luh, par-lay.
it

began to learn
to
to

gdy-ree-zonh.
kuh, mahw, goot,
nuh, ser-ahw, pahw d'une,
lonhgg, du-ray.

Zjes-pare,

or fah, b'yanh, dey,


pro-grah,
daunh,
luh,

hear that I begin to apeak

and
you

maunhk er-ay,
luee, deer.
Zjuh, voo, soo-ait, une,
pronht.

ay,

it.

Go on

nuh,

pahw, duh,

dialogue.

language.

It is but six

vottr, pare
deet, luee, kuh,
zjuh, I'at-aunh, sett,
sem;

wish you a spfsedy recovery.

You

Mey, conh-plee-maunh, z'ahw,

enn.
Zjuh,

I forgot to

'
ahw, fare.
Zuh, vay, or vab, praunhdr,,

conh-zjay, duh, voo.

My compliments to your father


tell

French pronunciation.
o-rahw, sett, hon-nehrr,
lahw, prem-yare, fwah,
k'ill
T yanh-drahw, ahw, Lonhdr
Noo, n'av-onh, pahw,
boovaunh, lub, play-zeer, duh,
leb, vwar.
Ill, ahw, too-zjoor,
kelk, shoze.
Ill,

father told me he would


send me to France next year.

say, b'yanh.
"> 'ee, ahw, kuh, see,

z'as-

mwahw,

kuh, zjay, com-maunh-say,


ahw, I'ap-praunhdr.
Conh-tee-n way, z'ahw, voo,
z'ee, ap-plee-kare, ay,
ahw,
luh,

par-lay ; zjuh, swee,


sewr, kuh, voo, I'ap-praunhdray,par-fait-maunh, b'yanh.

Monh,

pare, m'ahw, dee k'ill,


m'aunh-var-av. or j&h.
h
FraunhsA. 'l'an-nay/'M^
shenn.

am

201
dation.

JP^ench,

hon-nebrr,
fwah, k'ill
w, Lonhdr
abw, 800-zeer, duh,
celk,

Il

er-ay,

leer.

Hi,

faire.

Iles

pronht,

iw,

goot,
d'une,

Je ne manquerai pas de le lui

voo, z'avftnh,

dey,

I,

lufa,

somme-

A'ye, ouile, note, fle, tou,

tel,

hime, so.

Je vous souhaite une prompte

A'ye, oui-che, you, , sp-d,


ri-cov-ve-r.
A'ye,
hope,
dhate,
m'ye,
g'ou'te, ouile, note, bi, owe,
longn'e, conne-ti-niou-eunce.

gurison.
J'espre que ma goutte ne sera
pas d'une longue dure.

43iME

TCO

luk,

hazze, le-ouze,

tou, youre, f-dhe-re;


tel,
hime, dhate, 'ye, ex-pec-te,
hime, dhice, oui-que.

cette semaine.

dire.
le,

hime, of-fe-ne.

A'ye, amme,
go-gn'e,
tou,
tqu9, m'ye, live, owe, you.
M'ye, comme-pli-meune-t'ce,

compliments votre pre


lui que je l'attends

dites

si,

thign'e, tou, dou.

Je vais prendre cong de vous.

Bem-

nhk

tou,

a toujours quelque chose

Il

50.

luee, kufa,

Oui, have, note, dhi, pl-je-re,

le

plaisir de le voir.

praunhdr,,

jett,

comme-ze, tou, Lonne-de-ne.

Nous n'avons pas souvent

shoze,

nh, z'ahw,

Prononciation anglaise,
Hijouilcjhave, dhate, hon-ne-re,
dhi, feurste,
t'ye-me,
hi,

aura cet honneur la premire


fois qu'il viendra Londres.

DIALOGUE.

J'ai oubli

de vous demander
vous avez fait bien des
progrs dans le Franais.

A ye, for-gotte, tou, asque, you,

si

}fe,
you, have,
irae-prouve-de,

motte-che,
ine,

dhi,

Frenne-che, lanne-goui-d'je.
ay,
le,

kuh,

ahw,

Vous entendez que


mence le parler.

je

com-

You,
,

ayi z'as-

mwahw,
kunh-say,
iw,

voo,

ly,

ahw,

1,

svree,

-praunh, b'yanh.
ee

'"i

k'ill,

Vous
Il

prononcez assez bien.

n'y a que six mois que j'ai


commenc l'apprendre.

Continuez vous y appliquer


et le parler; je suis sr
que vous l'apprendrez parfaitement bien.

Mon

pre m'a dit

rait

pro-

le

You, pro-n'ounee,

ite,

pret-t,

ouelle.
Ite, ize,

botte, sic-se, monneth'ce, sinne-ce,'ye,bi-ganne,

tou, leurne, ite.

Go, ne, tou, ap-pl'ye, youreselfe, tou, ite,

spque,
choure,

ite;

anne-de, tou,
'ye,

amme,

you, ouile,

leurne,
ite, peur-fec-t'l, ouelle.
qu'il

m'enver-

en France l'anne pro-

chaine.

hire, dhate, 'ye, bi-guine, tou, spque, ite.

hi, houde, senne-de, mi,


tou,
Franne-ce, nexte, re.

203

He

will

ngIUh.
do very well

means

best

the
tho-

it is

to learn it

roughly.

Ill,

French pronunciation.
fer-ahw, trah, b'yanh say
;

luh, may-yehrr,

duh,
fonh.

Have you any

relations

in

France ?
No but my father has friends
there, he lived
Paris.

two years

in

Av-ay, voo, kelk, par-aunh,


z'aunh, Fraunhse ?

Nonh,

then to Paris that you

will go ?

Yes

it is the centre of
politeness and taste.

But,

as you are young, you


must avoid tfad company.

zaunh, z'ahw, Par-ee.


Say, donhk, ahw, Par-ee, kuh,
voo, zee-ray?

Wee,

say, luh, saunhtr, duh,


lahw, po-lee-tess, ay, duh,
goo.
May, or mah, com, voo, z'ait,

zjenn,
lay,

In great

cities,

will follow your advice.

am

fo,

t'ay-vee-tay,

conh-pang-

'

recommend

to

Daunh,

ley, graunhd, veel, ley,


murse, suh, cor-ronhp, t'ay-

zay-maunh.
Zjuh, swee-vray, vottr, av-ee.

persuaded that your

the sa.

ill,

mo-vaze,

yee.

the morals are


easily corrupted.

the.

may, or mah, monh,


ahw, dey, z'am-ee
ahw, dem-er-ay, dub,

pare, ee,
ill,

It is

mwah-yanh,
ahw.

I'ap-praunhdr,

fa-

you

thing.

Zjuh, swee, pare-su-ad-ay, kuh,


Mos-yuh, vottr, pare, voo,
reh - com - maunhd - er-ahw,

lahw, mame, shoze.

44th
Will you come with

me ?

Where do you wish

to

want

to

go to a

DIALOGUE.
Voo-lay, voo, ven-eer, av-eck,

mwah ?

go ?

Hoo, day. zee-ray, voo, z'al-ay?

hosier's.

Have you seen any thing

to

your liking?
fes, I have seen in a shop
sonae

very

fine

stockings

which please me much.


I

have likewise mind to buy a


bat,

Zjuh, voo-dray, or drah, z'al-ay,


shay,
z'anh,
mar-shaanh,
duh, bahw.
Av-ay, voo, vu, kelk, ehoze,
kee, swah, t'ahw, \ottr, goo?
Wee, zjay, vu, da'jnh, z'une,
boo-teek,
duh, trah, bo,

bahw, kee, muh, nlaze, bocoo.


Zav. aasfifk

aiinVi-troa

tare, anh, shap-o,

.i>.-i.

203
iiation.

jFrench.

'yanh ; say
iwfth-yanh,

11 ft ra trs

Hi, ouile, dou, ve-r, ouelle :


ite, ize, dhi, beste, mne-ze,
tou, leurne, ite, theur-o-l.

Avez-vous quelques parens en


France ?
Non, mais mon pre y a des
amis il a demeur deux ans
Paris.

Have, you, an-n, ri-l-cheuneze, ine, Franne-ce ?


Xo,

C'est donc Paris que vous


irez?
Oui, c'est le centre de la politesse et du got.

dbenne, tou, Par-re-ce,


dhate, you, ouile, go.
Yesse, ite, ize, dhi, cenne-te-re,

ahw,

lidr,

Prononciation anglain,

bien c'est le meilleur moyen de l'apprendre


fonds.
;

par-auah,
?

monh,

ah,

^ z'am-ee;
-ay,
dub,

-ee.

ar-ee,

kuh,

duh,
ay, duh,

ahtr,

voo, z'ait,
y-vee-tay,

Mais, comme vous tes jeune


il faut viter les mauvaises

onh-pang-

compagnies.
,veel,ley,
nhp, t'ay-

Dans

les

murs
tr,

i-ay,

kuh,

are,

voo,

grandes villes les


corrompent aisavis.

Je suis persuad que Monsieur


votre pre vous recommandera la mme chose.

-er-ahw,

Ite, ize,

owe, po-l'ye-t'nece, annede, t-ste.


Botte, azze, you, ar, yongn'e,
you, moste, -v'ye-de, badde,

se

ment.
Je suivrai votre

av-ee.

m'ye, f-dhe-re,
frenne-d'ze,
dherre,
hi, lve-de, tou, re-ze, ine,
Par-re-ce.
botte,

hazzo,

comme-pe-n.

Ine, grte, ci-tze, dhi, mreulze, ar, -z-l, cor-roppete-de.

A'ye, ouile, fi-l, youre, adv'ye-ce.


A'ye, amme, peur-siou--de-de,
dhate, youre, f-dhe-re, ouile,

ri-com-menne-de, tou, yon,


some, thign'e.

dhi,

44iMB

DIALOGUE.

av-eck,

Voulez-vous venir avec moi?

Ouile, you,

Ouaire, dou, you, oui-che, tou,

comme,

ouithe,

mi?

z'al-ay?

1,

dsirez-vous aller?

go?

z'al-ay,

'-shaanh,

Je voudrais aller chez un marchand do bas.

A'ye, oune-te, tou, go, ton, ,


ho-zeurze.

Avez-vous vu quelque chose


qui soit votre got ?
Oui j'ai vu dans une boutique
de trs beaux bas qui me
plaisent beaucoup.

Have, you,

^ eboze,
ttr,

goo?

z'une,
ah,
bo,
aze, bo-

^,

At

t.

J'ai

aussi envie d'acheter

chapeau.

un

si'ne, ane-, thign'e,


tou, youre, l'ye-kign'e ?
Yesse, 'ye, have, sine, ine, ,

chape, somme, ve-r, f'jene,

st-kigne-ze, oui-t'che,
pU'ze, ni, mttc-ch.

A'ye,

have,

mgne-de,
batte.

l'ye-k'ou'ye-ze,
tou,
b'ye,
,

204
French.

English pronunciation.

There is a new fashion.


Fashions change every day.
1

Ley, mud, shaunhzjo, too,

not sorry for

it,, variety

pleases.

We

I either, I

assure you.

must conform ourselves

new
It is

ley,

zjoor.

am

Nor

ahw, une, noo-vell, mud.

Ill, ee,

to

Zjuh, n'aunh, swee,


pahw,
fahw-shay, lahw, var-ee-aytay, play, or plah.
Nee, mwah, nonh, plu, zjuh,
voo, z'as-sewr.
fo, suh, conh-for-marc, o,
noo-vell, mud.

Ill,

fashions.

absolutely necessary in

we

the age

live in.

One would render

one'g self ridiculous, if one did not conform one's self to them.

Seh-lahw, ay,t'ab-so-lu-maunh,
nay-ces-sare,
daunh,
luh,
see-eck?, hoo, noo, vce-vonh.
Onh, suh, raunh-dray, or drah,
ree-dee-cule, see, onh, nuh,
see, conh-for-may, or mah,

pahw.
There are fashions whicn are
very ridiculous.
It is true,

because

it is

caprice

which invents them.


it
is the same caprice
which changes them.

Let us go, immediately,


shop is a little way off.
In what street
In the Strand.

is

do you

stockings for

them

the

it?

sell

Al-onh, z'ee, too, duh, switt,


lahw, boo-teek, ay, t'anh,
puh, ay-1'waing-yay.
kell, ru, ay, fell ?
luh, Strand.

Conh-b'yanh, vaunh-day, voo

bahw?

Zjuh, ley,

vaunh,

deeze-wee

shell-anh.
it is

too

.1

that they are heavy

and very

say, luh, mame, cap-reece,


kee, ley, shaunhzje.

sey,

for eighteen shil-

not think that

n
-J
Consider
T -

Ay,

DIALOGUE.

these

lings.

Do you
dCRF

ay, vray, or vrah, par-s'kuh,


say, luh, cap-rcece, kee, ley,

Ill,

Daunh,
Daunh,
45th

How much
sell

ahw, dcy, mud, kee,

ee,

sonh, trah, ree-dee-kule.

z'anh-vaunht.

And

Ill,

fine.

ree to it but the color a


not please me.

Nuh,

paunh-say, voo, pahw


li-uij, sen,
kuh,
seh, swah,
swan, tro,
iro, s
share?

Conh- ee-day-ray, k%l

sonh

pez-aunh, z'ayfbo

Zjaunh, conh-v'yanh, may, or


mah, lahw, coo-lehrr, nuh
meh, play, or plah, pahw.
'

206
iation.
-veil,

French.

mud.

y a une nouvelle modo.


Les modes changent tous
II

too, ley,

>,

les

jours.
Je n'en suis pas fuchd, la varit plat.

pahw,

e,

var-ce-ay-

Ni moi non plus


r-mare,

je

vous assure.

o,

faut se conformer
velles modes.

Il

aux nou-

nh,

luh,

vce-vonh.
or drah,
,

3nh,

nuh,

or

mah,

Cela est absolument ncessaire


dans le sicle o nous vivons.

On

se rendrait ridicule
s'y conformait pas.

kule.

ap-reece,

trs

Dherre,

vrai parccque c'est le caprice qui les invente.

share ?
I

sonh

nay, or

nuh,
ahw.
"*,

ar,
ar,

Ite, ize, trou,

cap-rice,

oui,

fache-eune-ze,
ve-r, ri-di-

Et

c'est le

mme

caprice qui

change.

Anne-de,
d'je-ze,

quelle rue est-elle ?


le

Strand.

Combien vendez-vous
.

Ne pensez-vous

dhemme.

Lette, osse, go, im-m-di-t'l,

chape, ize, , lit-te-le,


ou, offe.
Ine, ouate, strite, ize, ite ?
Ine, dhi, Stranne-de.
dhi,

H'ou, motte-che, dou, you,


dhze, st-kign'e-ze, for?
A'ye,

sel,

dhemme,

sel,

for, -tne,

cUel-ligne-ze.

pas que ce soit

trop cher ?

Oonsiderez

ize, dhi, sme,


oui-t'che, t'chne-

DIALOGUE.

ces bas ?

,
T 1
j ^.
Je
les vends duc-huit schellings.

T.-

ine-ven-

ite,

cap-rice,

Allons y tout de suite, la boutique est un peu loigne.

bi-cze, ite, ize,

oui-t'che,

dhemme.

ne-t'ce,

45iME

pahw

'd'je,

kiou-le-ce.
Il est

Dans
Dans

3ze-wee

dhi,

houde,
renne-de-re,
oune-selfe, ri-di-kiou-le-ce,
ife, oune, didej note, connefrme,
oune-selfe,
tou,

oui-t'che,

ill?

voo

s-r, ine,
lve, ine.

dhemme.
y a des modes qui sont

Il

les

switt,
t'anh,

tou, niou,
fache-eune-ze.
Ite, ize ab-so-loute-l, n-ces-

Oune,

ridicules.

ar-s'kuh,
kee, lej,

Nor, 'ye, -dhe-re, 'ye, achoure, you.


Oui,
moste,
conne-frme,

on

si

ne

lud, kee,

ay,

v-r'ye--t, pl-zeze.

'ouc're-selve-ze,

u-maunh,

f,

ite,

zjuh,

plu,

b,

Prononciation an^laite,
Dherre, ize, , niou, fache-eunc.
Fache-eune-ze,
t'chne-d'je,
ev-ve-r, d.
A'yc, amme, note, sor-r, for,

qu'ils

sont pesants

* ^ea'^-

JT) en conviens, mais la couleur


ne me plat pas.

Dou,

you, note,
thine-oue,
dhate, ite, ize, tou, dire ?'
Conne-si-de-re, dhate, dh. an
hev-, anne-de, ve-r, d'y^"
ne.
A'ye, ag-r, tou, ite, botte, dhi,
col-le-re, dozze, note, plze,

mit

206
Engliik.
arc others you may
choose.
These please me well enough

Here

how much do you

them

sell

for?
are all of the same price.

They

French pronunciation.

Aunh, vwah-see,

d'oatr,

too,

poo-vay, shwah-zeer.
Suh, see, muh, plaze, t'ns-say,
conh-b'yanh, ley, vaunh-day,

voo?
Ill,

sonh, too, duh,

mamo,

prcc.

will give you fifteen shillings


for them.

Zjuh, voo, z'aunh, don-cr-ay,


kainze, shell-anh.

have told you nry last word.

Zjuh, voo, z'ay, dee, monh,


dare-n'yay, mo.
Aunh, voo-lay, voo, saze, shcll-

Will you take sixteen shillings

them

for

Indeed

anh?

cannot,

do not exact.

what

all

zjuh, nuh,
pwce, zjuh, nuh, sewr-fay,

shopkeepers say.

or fall, pahw.
Say, suh, kuh, deeze, too, ley,

them to me

Sec,

It is

Aunh, vay-ree-tay,

mar-shaunh.
If

you

sell

seventeen shillings, I
take two pairs this time.

for
will

voo, muh, ley, don-ay,


z'ahw, deece-say, shell-anh,
zjaunh,
vay,
or
vah,
praunhdr, duh, pare, sett,

fvvah, see.
I

hope then that you will give


me your custom another
time.

You may depend upon


will

Voo, poo-vay, conh-tay, lahw,

even procure you others.

des-su
zjuh, voo, z'aunh,
pro-cure-er-ay, mame^ d'oatr.
Zjuh, voo, z'aunh, ser-ay, trah,

I shall

for

bo

much

it

obliged to you

it.

Do you

dialogue.

not want any thing

else?
I

want a

hat.

have some that are very

fine

and

in fashion.

They wear them now extremely


large.

We

z'ob-lee-zjay.

46th

We

Zjes-pare, donhk, kuh, voo,


muh, don-er-ay, vottr, prateek, une, oatr,fwah.

should proportion the hats


and the persons.

to the heads

Nav-ay, voo, pahw, bez-wanh,


d'oatr, shoze?
Zjay, bez-wanh, d'anh, shap-o.
Noo, z'aunh, n'av-onh, kee,
sonh, trah, fanh, z'ay, ahw,
lahw, mud.
Onh, ley, purt, ahw< prayzaunh,
ex - trem - maunhj
graunh.
Onh, dev-ray. or rah^ Tiro-Bors'you-nay,
tait, a'ay, o,

shap-o,
pare-gun.

ley,

Vo,

207
.ation,

TOO,

'oatr,
ler.

Frcnth.

En

voici d'autres,
choisir.

t'as-say,

B,

aunh-day,

combien

plaisent

les

ame, pree.
sont tous du

Il

ion-er-ay,

Je vous en

assez,

vendez-vous

mme

donnerai

monh,

e,

jub, null,

sewr-fay,

Prononciation anglaiae.
Hl-ere, ar, -dbeur-ze, you,
t'chouze.

quinze

m,

Dbze, plze, mi, ouelle, enneoflfc; b'ou, mutto-cbe, dou,


you, sel, dbemmo, for?

Dh,

prix.

schell: gg.

aze, shcll-

ar, aie,

owe,

dhi,

pr'ye-ce.
A'ye, ouile,
tne,

some,

guive, you,
chel-ligno-ze,

fife-

for,

dhemme.
Je vous

ai dit

nron dernier mot.

En voulez' vous seize


En

shellings ?

vrit je ne puis, je ne sur-

fais pas.

A'ye, bave, tle-de, you, m'ye,


laste, ouorde.
Ouile, you, tke, sicse-tne,
cbel-ligne-ze, for dbemmo ?
Ine-dde, 'ye, cane-notte, 'yc,
dou, note, cjc-acte.

too, ley,

C'est

don-ay,
ihell-anli,
>r

vail,

ire,

sett,

uh,

voo,
prat-

ttr,

ce que disent tous les


marchands.
Si vous me les donnez dix-

sept schellings, j'envais prendre deux paires cette fois-ci.

J'espre

donc que vous me


donnerez votre pratique une

1.

me

Ceux-ci

vous pouvez

y, lahtv,
z'aunfa,

le^

autre

Vous pouvez compter


sus;

d'oatr.

ay, trah,

fois.

mme

je

l-des-

vous en procurerai

d'autres.

Je vous en serai trs oblig.

46MB

ize, ouate, aie, cbne-kpeurzo, se.


Ife, you, sel, dhemme, tou, mi,
for,
sev-vene-tne,
chelIle,

ligne-ze, 'ye, ouile, tque,


tou, pre-ze, dbice, t'ye-me.

A'ye, hope, dhate, you, ouile,


guive, mi, youre, cosse-teme, ane--dhe-re, t'ye-me.
You, m, di-pcnne-dc, op-ne,
ite
'ye, ouile, -ve-ne, prokioure, you, -dbeur-ze.
A'ye, challe, bi, o-bl'ye-dj'de,
tou, you, for, ite.
:

DIALOGUE.

z-wanh,
shap-o.
ihj
kee^

ahw,

ly,

^i

pray-

maunh)

N^avez-vous pas besoin d'autres


choses ?
J'ai besoin d'un chapeau.
Nous en avons qui sont trs
fins et la mode.

On les porte

prsent extrme-

ment grands.

Dou, you, note, oune-te, ane-,


thign'e> else ?

A'ye, oune-te, , batte.


Oui, have, somme, dhate, ar,
ve-r, f'ye-ne, anne-de, ine,
fache-eune.

Dh, ouaire, dhemme, n'ou,


ex-trme-l, lre-d'je.

rirn.T)nrp-O,
I.

t'O,

On

devrait proportionner les

chapeaux aux ttes et aux


personnes.

Oui,

choude,

pro-por-che-ne,

dhi, batte ce, tou, dhi, heddeze, anne-de, dhi, pear-seune%9,

208

ridiculous to see a largo


hat upon a amall head, or a
is

nitt'l

hat upon a

lai

'^

head.

une, pct-eet, tait, aj. anh,


pet-ee, ehap-o, sewr,
une.
gT'oce, tait.

hio#Ter ivhat is seen


erery da/ in tho streets of
il

London.
Here

is

one that will

you

fit

well.

too small

is

it

is

too tight.

Here

is

another of tho same


but the crown is a

quality,

little larger.

I like this,

it is

settled price.

an excellent hat.

You may depend

that

shall I send it to

my

give you

I will

Aunh, vwah-scc, anh,

konh,
daunh,

koc, too,

Lahw, form, aunh, n'ay, tro,


pet-eet, ill, muh, sare, tro.
Aunh, vwah see, anh, n'oatr,
duh, lahw, mame, kah-lee-

seh-luco-see,

you ?

direction.

conh-

b'yanh, luh, vaunh-day,voo7


Vanht-saink, shell-anh, say,
t'anh, pree, fay, or fah.

Say,
t'anh,
shap-o.

it will
give you great satisfaction.

Where

suh,

too, ley, zjoor,


ley, ru, duh, Lonhdr.

w much do you Zjemm,

Five and twenty shillings,

It is

poor-taunh,

vwah,

tay; lahw, form, ay, t'anh,


puh, plu, larzje.

sell it?

Say,

kwahf-rahw, b'yanh.

The crown

Do

French pronunciation.
'-dce-cule, duh, vwar,
anh, giiuinh, shap-o, sewr,

111. tiy,

n'ex-sel-launh,

Voo, roo-vay, conh-tay, k'ill,


voo,
don-er-ahw,
bo-coo,
duh, sat-iss-fac-s'yonh.
Hoo, voo, I'aunh-vare-ayzje ?
Zjuh,

voo,

don-er-ay,

monh,

n'ad-ress.

not

me

Nuh, maunh-kay, pahw, duh,

you may de*

muh, I'aunh-vwah-yay, demanh) mat-anh.


Zjuh, n'ee, maunh-k'ray pahw,
voo,
poo-vay,
conh-tay,
lahw, des-su.

to send

fail

it

to

to-morrow morning.
I sha:

'

not

fail,

pend upon

it.

47th DIALOGDi).

One

perceives that tho days


begin to decrease.

Onh, s'ap-pare-sway,
"" or swah.
'
'
kuh,

wo will be soon

t'ahw, dee-mee-nuay.
Sayj Bing-ye, kuh, noo, ser-

ley, zjoor,

'

com-maanh-

se,

It is

sigL

'

at the enu

o.at

fin dava.

41-1

V 'f
- ait.
m
f
fanh, dey, boj zjoor.
*

t'

miiw

200
ation.

French.

iuh, Ywar,

II est

nn (frand
chapeau sur une petite ttc,
et un petit chapeau sur une

p-o, gewr,
aj, anh,

une

Bwr,

konh,
daunh,

lb,

or,

Pronunciation

ridicule de voir

grosse tte.

Itf,

iie,

si,

ne,

antlaise.

rl-dl-kiou-le-ce, ton,
lre-djc, hafte, op-

smle, hedde, or ,
Iw'tto,
op-ne,
,

srale,

lre-d'je, lit;dde.

C'est pourtant ce qu'on volt


tous loH jours daud les rues

de Loiiilres.

Ir.

Ite,

ize,

ize,

h'ou-ve-re, ouftte,
ev-ve-r, de, ine,

Bnc,

dhi, strte-ce,

owe, Lonne-

de-no.
koC, TOO,

h.
ft'ay,

tro,

tro.

ire,

n'oatr,

h,

kah-loe-

V'ici ru jui vous coiffera


bien.
Lu foni.e en est trop petite, il
me serre trop.
En voici un autre de la mme
qualit la forme est un peu
plus largo.

El.

ly, t'anh,

Il-ero,

ize,

ize,

oune, dhate,

ouilc, fite, you, ouelle.

Dhi, cr'oune, Ize, tou, smle;


ite, ize,

tou, t'ye-te.

H-ero, ize, ane--dhe-re, owe,


dhi, sme, cou-li-t, botte,
dhi, cr'oune, ize, , lit-te-le,
are-d'je-re.

conh"

I,

iay, voo ?
nh,
sny,

J'aime celui-ci, combien le vendez-vous ?


Vingt cinq schellings, c'est un

fah.

prix

el-Iaanb,

C'est

fait.

A'ye,

l'ye-que,

dhico,

h'ou,

motte-che, dou, you, sel, ite?


F'ye-ve, anne-de, touenne-t,
chel-ligne-ze, ite, ize, , aette-eulde, pr'yc-ce.

un excellent chapeau.

Ite,

anne, ex-cel-leune-te,

ize,

batte.

ay, k'ill,

Vous pouvez compter qu'il vous


donnera beaucoup de

bo-coo,
Qb.

satis-

faction.

ayzje ?

vous l'enverrai-je

monb,

Je TOUS donnerai mon adresse.

iw,

dub,

Ne manquez pas de mel'envoycr

ay,

dem-

pahw,

onh-tayi

demain matin.

You, m, di-penne-de, dhate,


ite, ouile, guive, you, grte,
sate-is-fac-che-ne,
Ouaire, challe, 'ye, aenne-de,

Dou, note,
ite,

Je n'y manquerai pas vous pouvez compter l-dessus.

you?

ite, tou,

A'ye, ouile, guive, you, m'ye,


di-rec-che-ne.
fl, tou,

tou,

senne-de,
tou-mor-ro,

mi,

mre-nign'e.
A'ye, cballe, note, fle, you,
m, di-penne-de, op-ne,
ite.

MB
swahj
manuhr

^Vrl^'j;^^'^'''.*
commencent

lay.
10,

ser-

.^''

DIALOGUE.

j""

a'T
dimmuer.

C'est signe que nous serons


bientt a la tin des beaux
'

""

Oune, peur-sve-ze, dhate,

dhi,

dze, bi-guine, ton, di-crze!


Ite. ize,

ouile,

s.

HVp.n a\.^*^ :

bi,

enne-de,
dze.

soune',

owe,

atte,' dhi!
dhi, f'ye-ne,

210
English.

French pronunciation.

Not always, we sometimes have


summer in the autiimn and
winter in the spring.
I

do not care abodt

it

I shall

not be in this country next


winter.

Where

will jou go then ?


My father goes to the south of
France, and I shall accom-

pany him.
one of the best climates
in Europe.

Pahw,

too-zjoor, noo, z'av-onb,


kelk, fwah, I'ay-tay, aunh,
n'o-tunn, ay, I'hee-vare, o'

pranh-taunh.
Puh, m'anh-purt, zjuh, nuh,
ser-ay, pahw, daunh, suh,
pay-ee, see, I'hee-vare, pro-

shanh.
Hoo, ee-ray, voo, donhk

Monh, pare, vahw,

lahw, Fraunhse, ay, zjuh,


I'ac-conh-pang-yer-ay.
Say,

Have you ever^been there?

Ee, av-ay, voo, zjam-ay, or ah,


z'ay-tay ?
Nonh, may, or mah, zjay, parlay, ahw, pluze-yehrr, paresun, kee, ee, onh, t'ay-tay,
ill, deeze, toot, lahw, mame,
shoze.
N'ee-ray, voo, pahw, z'aunh,
n'Ee-tal-ee ?
Zjuh, croo-ah, kuh, noo, zeeronh.
Say, luh, pay-ee, duh, I'U-rup,
hoo, lahw, panh-ture, lahw,
scule-ture, I'ar-shee-tec-ture,
ay, lahw, mu-zeek, onh, t'aytay,
por-tay, o, plu, ho,
pwanh, duh, pare-fec-s'yonh.

thing.

Will you not go to Italy?


I believe that

we

shall

go

there.

a country where painting,


sculpture, architecture, and
music have been carried to
a greater degree of perfection

It is

than in any other in Europe.

You

will learn the Italian lan-

guage.

The

Italian

diflBcult

the Latin

know both

language

is

not

when one knows


and French.

tolerably well.

t'anh, dey, may-yehrr,


clee-mahw, duh, I'U-rupp.

Voo,

z'ap-praunh-dray, I'Eetal-yanh.
L'Ee-tal-yanh, n'ay, pahw, deefee-seel, sewr-too,
caunht,
onh, say, or sab, luh, lat-anh,
ay, luh, fraunh-say, or sah.
Zjuh, say, or sah, pas-sahblmaunh, b'yanh, I'anh, n'ay,
I'oatr,

"'MSas'X-af^'^i'*

su, dub,

It is

No, but I have spoken to several persons who have been


there they all say the same

*>

o,

211
dation.
0, z'av-onb,

French.

Pas toujours, nous avons quelquefois l't en automne, et


l'hiver au printemps.

aunh,

-tay,

ee-vare,
zjuh,

aunh,
!-vare,

o'

Duh,
suh,
pro-

Peu m'importe,
dans

)nhk?

O irez-vous donc ?
Mon pre va au

su, duh,
ay, zjuh,

0,

may-yehrr,

un des meilleurs climats


de l'Europe.

C'est

i'U-rupp.
i-ay,

or ah,

zjay, parehrr, pare-

1,

Y avez- vous jamais

marne,

chose.

z'aunh,

w,

noo, zeel'U-rup,

ure,

lahw,

e-tec-ture,

onh, t'aypu, ho,


fec-s'yonh.

mc-pe-n, hime.
oune, owe, dhi, beste,
cl'ye-mete-ce, ine, You-re-

Ite, ize,

Have,

Non, mais j'ai parl plusieurs


personnas qui y ont t, elles
disent toutes la

pe.

t'ay-tay,

liw,

h,

sud de la

France et jel'accompagnerai.

r-ay.

le-ouze, oui, sommet'ye-ra'ze, have, som-me-re,


ine, dhl, -te-me, anne-de,

ouine-te-re, ine, dhi, sprign'e.


A'ye, dou, note, kare, -b'oute,
ite
'ye, challe, note, bi, ine,
dhice,
conne-tr,
nexte,
ouine-te-rc,
Ouaire, ouile, you, go, dhenne?
M'ye, f-dhe-re, gze, tou, dhi,
s'outhe, owe, Franne-ce,
anne-ne, 'ye, challe, ac-com-

je no serai pas
ce pays-ci l'hiver pro-

chain.

Prononciation anglaise.
Note,

mme

you,
ev-ve-re,
bine,
dhorre ?
No, botte, 'ye, have, sp-ke-ne,
tou,sev-ve-rele, peur-sene-ze,
hou, have, bine, dherre dh,
aie, se, dhi, sme, thign'e.
;

N'irez- vous pas

en Italie?

Ouile, you, note, go, tou, I-tel ?

Je crois que nous irons.


C'est le pays de l'Europe o la
peinture, la sculpture, l'architecture, et la musique ont

t portes au plus
point de perfection.

haut

A'ye, bi-lve, dhate, oui, challe,


go, dherre.
Ite, ize, , conne-tr, ouaire,
pne-tign'e,
scolpe-t'ye-re,
ar-ki-tec-t'ye-re,

anne-de,

miou-zic, have, bne, car-rede, tou,

, gr-te-re, di-gr,

owe,

peur-fec-che-ne, dhanne, ine, ane-, -dhe-re, ine,


ray,

l'Be-

pahw, dee,

h,
r,

caunht,
lat-anh,
or sah.

pas-sahblanh, u'ay.

Vous apprendrez

You-re-pe.
l'Italien.

L'Italien n'est pas difficile, surtout quand on sait le latin


et le franais.

Je

sais

passablement bien l'un

et l'autre.

You,

ouile, le urne, dhj, I-talye-ne, lanne-goui-d'je.


Dhi, I-tal-ye-ne, lanne-gouid'je,

ize,

note,

dif-fi-colte,

ouenne,

oune, nze, dhi,


lat-te-ne, anne-de, Frenneche.
A'ye, no, b-the, t-le-r-bl,
ouells.

212
48th

dialogue.

English.
"Do

you learn drawing ?

Not

yet,

but

I will

learn

it

next

year.

a most amusing art, and


equally suited to young
gentlemen and to young

It is

ladies.

French pronunciation,
N'ap-pren-ay, voo, pahw, luh,
des-sanh ?
Pahw, z'aunh-cor, may, p?
zjuh, I'ap-praunh-dray, l'an
ay, pro-shenn.
Say, t'anh, dey, z'or, ley, plu,
z'am-u-zaunh,
ill,
conhv'yanh,t'ay-gal-maunh, ahw,
duh; zjenn, mos-s'yuh, ay,
ahw, duh, zjenn, dem-mwahzell.

Your

sister

draws very well.

One may say

she has a great


deal of taste.*
Do you wish to see some of my
attempts in that style ?
I shall be very glad to see them.

Vottr, sehrr, des-seen, trah,


b'yanh.
Onh, puh, deer, Veil, ahw, bocoo, duh, goo.
Voo-lay, voo, vwar, kel-kuh,
z'anh, dub, mey, z'es-say, or
sah, duh, suh, zjaunhr?
Zjuh, ser-ay, b'yanh, n'aze, duh,
ley,

vwar.
vwah-see,

Here are three or four which I


have chosen from among
those I show.

Aunh,

Indeed you surprise me what


have you never learnt?

Aunh, vay-ree-tay, voo, muh,

troo-ahw,

z'hoo,cattr,kuh, zjay, shwahzee, par-mee, suh, kuh, zjuh,

monhtr.
:

sewr-pren-ay
kwah voo,
n'av-ay,
zjam-ay, or ah,
:

z'ap-pree.

No,

Tou
for

assure you,
have a particular talent

drawing.

you not to neglect so


extraordinary a talent.

I advise

It is

an amusement that pleases

me much.
It appears that

You were
man.

you

will excel.

born a draughts-

Nonh, zjuh, voo, z'as-sewr.


Voo, z'av-ay, z'anh, tal-aunh,
par-tee cu-l'yay, poor, luh,
des-sanh.
Zjuh, voo, conh-say-ye, duh,
nuh, pahw, nay-glee-zjay,
aunh, tal-aunh, see, ex-trordee-nare.

Say,

t'anh, n'am-uze-maunh,
kee, muh, play, or, plah, bocoo.
Ill, par-ay, or ah, kuh, voo,
z'ex-cel-er-ay.
Too, z'ait, nay, des-see-natehrr.

213

DIALOGUE.

48iMB
iation.

French.

Prononciation anglaise.

pahw, luh,

N'apprenez- vous pas

ay,

Pas encore, mais

Notte, yette, botte, 'ye, ouile,


leurne, ite, nexte, re.

C'est un des arts les plus amusants, il convient galement


de jeunes messieurs et de
jeunes demoiselles.

Ite,

Votre sur dessine trs bien.

Youre,

je l'apprendrai l'anne prochaine.

ai'ti

dray, I'an-

plu,

, ley,

conh-

il,

aunb, abw,

ay,

s'yuh,

dessein?

le

lem-mwahtrab,

leen,

Dou, you, leurne, dr-ign'o

ize,

mste, ame-miou-

zign'e, arte, anne-de, -coul, sou-te-de, tou, yongn'e,


d'jenne-teul-menne, anne-de,
tou, yongn'e, l-dze.

sice-te-re, drze, ve-r.

Quelle.
I,

-,

On

ahw, bokel-kub,
or

s'es-say,

peut dire qu'elle a beaucoup


de got.
Voulez-vous voir quelques-uns
de mes essais de ce genre ?

Ouane, m,

Je serai bien aise de

A'ye, challe,

unhr ?
n'aze,

En

shwab-

kub, zjub,
TOO,
!7ah
',

bi, ve-r, gladde,


tou, si, dhemme.
H-ere, ar, thr, or fore, oui-

t'che, 'ye, bave, t'cho-ze-ne,

montre.

fromme, -mongn'e, dbze,

mrit vous
I

vous

me

surprenez
n'avez jamais
:

appris.

ab,

or

voici trois ou quatre que


choisi parmi ceux que je

quoi

voo,

les voir.

j'ai

En

mub,

'ye, cho.
Ine-dde, you,

mi

ouate

seur-pr'ye-ze,

bave, you, nevve-re, leurne-te ?


:

'

tal-aunb,
poor, luh,

^os ai^gurp,
Vous avez un talent particulier
pouv iedcasei.

dub,

Je vous conseille de ne pas ne-

Non,

3-sewr.
,

me, owe, m'ye, at-temmept'ce, ine, dhate, st'ye-le ?

dub,

troo-ahw,
ay,

se, cbi, bazze, ,


grte, dle, owe, t-ste.
Dou, you, ouiche, tou, si, som-

y-ye,

-glee-zjay,
e, ex-tror-

je

'

gliger un talent
dinaire.

>

si

extraor-

C'est un amusement qui


plat beaucoup.

ize-maunb,
plah, bo',

kuh, voo,

Il

,'

me

parat que vous excellerez.

,Np, 'ye,

a-choure, you.

You, have,

, par-ti-kiou-le-re,
tal-eune-te, for, dr-ign'e.

A'ye,

ad-\'ye-ze, you, note,


tou, ni-glec-te, so, ex-trordi-n-r, , tal-eune-te.

ize,
anne,
ani-miouzemeune-te, dhate, pU-ze-ze,
mi, motte-che
Ite,
ap-pre-ze,
dhate, you,

Ite,

ouile, ex-sel.

Vous

es-Beenat-

tes

n dessinateur.

Tou, ouaire. bre-ne,


s'manne.

. drafte.

ERRATA.
20me
lisez

leon,

4me

colonne,

4cme

phrase, au lieu de

Niou-York.

New- York

'

25ine Leon, 4rae colonne, 1re phrase,


au lieu de d'je-mereul-ze, lisez djene-eur-eulze.

44me

leon, dernire phrase et

60me

lieu de diou-t'che-ce, lisez dotche-ece.

ii<

leon,

Cme

phrase, au