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It is always sounded at the end of words, when preceded, by the vowels, a, i, o, u.

R has the same sound as in English, but is articulated much more strongly, as in rivière, river.

* • *; ;* T is generally pronounced before a vowel, except when it is preceded by a sounded consonant, as in effort étonnant. At quérir acquérant acquis j'acquiers, acquérons acquiers, acquérez acquiert, acquièrent Assaillir assaillant assailli j'assaille, assaillons assailles, assaillez assaille, assaillent Avenir* avenant Bouillir" bouillant Courir courant Cueillir cueillant avenu il avient bouilli je bons, bouillons bons, bouillez bout, bouillent couru je cours, courons cours, coures court, courent cueilli je cueille, cueillons cueilles, cueillez cueille, cueillent j'acquis j'acquerrai j 'assaillis j 'assaillirai acquière, acquérions acquières, acquériez acquière, acquièrent Assaille, assaillions assailles, assailliez assaille, assaillent il avint il aviendi a qu'il avienne je bouillis Je bouillirai bouille, bouillions bouilles, bouilliez bouille, bouillent je courus je courrai coure, courions coures, couriez coure, courent je cueillis je cueillerai cueille, cueillions cueilles, cueilliez cueille, cueillent to acquire. Tenir tenant tenu je tiens, tenons tiens, tenez tient, tiennent je tins je tiendrai tienne, tenions tiennes, teniez tienne, tiennent to hold.

It is silent in Jésus- Christ, but sounded in le Christ. Surgir» il surgît ils surgissent il surgit il surgira to land, to arise.

pronounced é-for-éto-nan ; in quatre- vingt-un it is not pronounced, but it is sounded in vingt et un. Vêtir vêtant vêtu je vêts, vêtons vét9, vêtez vêt, vêtent Je vêtis je vêtirai vête, vêtions vêtes, vêtiez vête, vêtent to clothe. Apparoir 10 Asseoir asseyant assis il appert J'assieds, asseyons assieds, asseyez assied, asseient j'assiérai or asseie, asseyions j'asseoirai asseies, asseyiez asseie, aseeient to appear, te Bet.

Whether initial or medial, q is always followed by u, which is not sounded except in a few words that are noticed in the course of this work.

ON FRENCH PRONUNCIATION, Q has the hard sound of k, as in the English word qxuxkcr. » Only used in the infinitive, in the compound tenses, and in the imperfect of the subjunctive.

The grave accent has also taken the place of the diaeresis, in the words poème, poète, etc. ." — Extracted and Translated from the Preface of the 1th Edition (1877) of the Dictionary of the French Academy. Sote.— The rules given below must be considered as general. more or le3s exceptions, which, for the sake of brevity, have not been mentioned, but they will all be found clearly and fully noticed in their respective places. A a B b C c D d £ e F f G H I J K L g Old French Pronun. a bé cô & 4 èff ash P Q R S T U u V v X x Y 7 Z z ALPHABET.

The acute accent has been replaced by the grave accent in piège, siège, collège, and similar words (*, e., those ending in ege).

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