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WARNEFORD 685 IV Conjugate the imperative and imperfect subjunctive of the following verbs taken from both extracts sortit-pouvait Α mettaient offrir suffisaient voulaient-dire avait pris entrevit -fais voutaiem-utrt Write in French if possible short biography of Pierre Corneille and name his principal works VI Translate into French It is very likely that from some of us proverbs have never attracted the notice which am persuaded they deserve and from this it may follow that when invited to bestow even brief attention on them we are in some doubt whether they will repay our pains We think of them but as sayings on the lips of the multitude not few of them have been familiar to us as far back as we can remember often em- ployed by ourselves or in our hearing on slight and trivial occasions and thus from these and other causes it may very well be that however sometimes one may have taken our fancy we yet have remained blind in the main to the wit wisdom and imagination of which they are full and very little conscious of the amusement instruction insight which they are capable of yielding -Trench On Proverbs XIL XIII XIV -G&raifetq an otan The same Papers as for the Clothworkers Scienc Scholarship
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