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" It usually stands directly after the verb in a simple tense, and between the auxiliary and past participle in a compound tense. "
French Chit-chat; Or, Recreations in French Conversation ... - Page 185
de Jerome N. Vlieland - 1834
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Entertaining and Instructive Exercises, with the Rules of the French Syntax...

Jean Baptiste Perrin - 1810 - 320 pages
...word ; as; s'il- vient, if he come ; s'ils viennent, if they come. 25. Adverbs are commonly placed after the verb in a simple tense, and between the auxiliary and the participle in a compound one. NB In (he exercises of this chapter, the adjectives; which are to be...
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Exercises Upon the Different Parts of Speech of the Portuguese Language ...

Jacinto Dias do Canto - 1824 - 130 pages
...c6lera. CHAPTER IX. OF THE ADVERBS. [See Vieyra's Grammar, p. 114.] In Portuguese, Adverbs are placed after the Verb, in a simple Tense, and between the Auxiliary and the Participle in a Compound one ; they are also put, as in English, between the Nominative and the Verb....
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J.V. Douville 's Speaking French Grammar: Forming a Series of Sixty ...

J. V. Douville - 1835 - 528 pages
...in the third person singular; but if tout should be the direct object of a verb, it must be placed after the verb in a simple tense, and between the auxiliary and the participle in a compound one : as, — every thing goes badly, tout va mal. Piety refers all things...
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Progressive lessons on French parsing & dictation

Jerome N. Vlieland - 1847 - 108 pages
...119. Adverbs must never be placed between the nominative and the verb ; but they are generally placed after the verb in a simple tense. and between the auxiliary and the participle in a compound tense. je ne lui parle jamais I never speak to him je ne lui ai jamais parlé...
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Ollendorff's New Method of Learning to Read, Write, and Speak the French ...

Heinrich Gottfried Ollendorff - 1860 - 624 pages
...j'aim», ind not the noun, bœuf. (513.) 2. Adverbs, expressed in a single word, are usually placed after the verb, in a simple tense, and between the auxiliary and the participle, in a com pound one ; es : He writes well. He has written well lie has written badly. Il...
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New grammar of French grammars

Alain Auguste Victor de Fivas - 1880 - 410 pages
...immediately after the verb, and even before the object, whether direct or indirect, when the verb is in a simple tense, and between the auxiliary and the past participle when the verb is in a compound tense ; as, Etienne aime assez cette couleur. Je vois rarement votre...
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The Academic French Course: In Accordance with the Latest Grammatical Rules ...

Antoine Jules César Venceslas Ermanigilde Muzzarelli - 1894 - 320 pages
...an adverb in French can never be placed between the subject and the verb. It usually stands directly after the verb in a simple tense, and between the auxiliary and past participle in a compound tense. Ex. — II partit bientôt, he soon went away. Elles jouent bien...
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A Brief French Course in Conformity with the Laws of Syntax Promulgated by ...

Antoine Jules César Venceslas Ermanigilde Muzzarelli - 1901 - 412 pages
...the French adverb can never be placed between the subject and the verb. It usually stands directly after the verb in a simple tense, and between the auxiliary and past participle in compound tenses : Elle joue bien du piano. Cet enfant a énormément grandi. 1....
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A public school French primer: comprising reader, grammar, and exercises

Otto Siepmann, Eugene Pellissier - 1906 - 384 pages
...simple tense— II monta étourdiment dans son cabriolet. Je me promenais souvent au bord de la mer. and between the auxiliary and the past participle in a compound tense— Ils étaient prudemment cachés. Il a assez vécu pour le savoir. Il est toujours accompagné de son...
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