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A New Method of Learning the German Language : Embracing Both the Analytic and Synthetic Modes of Instruction, Being a Plain and Practical Way of Acquiring the Art of Reading, Speaking, And Composing German

By W. H. Woodbury

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Title: A New Method of Learning the German Language : Embracing Both the Analytic and Synthetic Modes of Instruction, Being a Plain and Practical Way of Acquiring the Art of Reading, Speaking, And Composing German  
Author: W. H. Woodbury
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Language: English
Subject: Language, Philology, Linguistics
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1857
Publisher: Ivison and Phinney

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