Les Gambusinos; Bermudes-el-Matasiete

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SIEPMANNfe FRENCH SERiES FOR RAPID READING t LES GAMBUSINOS BERMUDES- EL-MATASIETE GABRIEL FERRY ipteeenteC» ttO' of tbe lUniverôitç of IToronto Mrs, J.S. Hart for Rapid ReadingFrench Séries AdvancedIntermediate and SiEPMANN 7 77J-* fOTTO General EdUorsi eugèse Pellissier GAMBUSINOSLES BERMUDES-EL-MATASIETE (ADAPTED) HACMILLAN AND CO.. Limited LONDON . BOMBAV . CALCUTTA • MADBAS MELBODENE THE MACMILLAN COMPANY NEW YORK . BOSTON . CHICAGO DALLAS . SAN FRANCISCO THB MACMILLAIN CO. OF CANADA, Ltd. TORONTO GAMBUSINOSLES BEEMUDES-EL-MATASIETE EEEEYGABEIEL LIMITEDAND CO.,MACMILLAN LONDONSTREET,MAETIN'SST. 1919 COPYRIGHT GENERAL PREFACE The teaching of Modem Languages should be founded aon a carefully graduated Reader, which is to serve as Vocabulary and Grammarbasis for the acquisition of and for their application in speaking and writing. To is advancedthis should be added, as soon as the pupil of books and good literature.enough, the study good In reading such books we hâve two distinct objects in linguisticview (1) the re\'ision and enlargement of— knowledge, the understanding, appréciation, and(2) acquisition of such thoughts and facts as they contain ; Theand for this purpose we use annotated texts.

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SIEPMANNfe FRENCH SERiES
FOR RAPID READING t
LES GAMBUSINOS
BERMUDES-
EL-MATASIETE
GABRIEL FERRYipteeenteC» ttO'
of tbe
lUniverôitç of IToronto
Mrs, J.S. Hartfor Rapid ReadingFrench Séries
AdvancedIntermediate and
SiEPMANN
7 77J-* fOTTO
General EdUorsi
eugèse Pellissier
GAMBUSINOSLES
BERMUDES-EL-MATASIETE
(ADAPTED)HACMILLAN AND CO.. Limited
LONDON . BOMBAV
. CALCUTTA • MADBAS
MELBODENE
THE MACMILLAN COMPANY
NEW YORK
. BOSTON . CHICAGO
DALLAS . SAN FRANCISCO
THB MACMILLAIN CO. OF CANADA, Ltd.
TORONTOGAMBUSINOSLES
BEEMUDES-EL-MATASIETE
EEEEYGABEIEL
LIMITEDAND CO.,MACMILLAN
LONDONSTREET,MAETIN'SST.
1919COPYRIGHTGENERAL PREFACE
The teaching of Modem Languages should be founded
aon a carefully graduated Reader, which is to serve as
Vocabulary and Grammarbasis for the acquisition of
and for their application in speaking and writing. To
is advancedthis should be added, as soon as the pupil
of books and good literature.enough, the study good
In reading such books we hâve two distinct objects in
linguisticview (1) the re\'ision and enlargement of—
knowledge, the understanding, appréciation, and(2)
acquisition of such thoughts and facts as they contain ;
Theand for this purpose we use annotated texts.
process, however, of attaining thèse ends in a thorough
manner is necessarily a slow one and if we confine;
ourselves thisto elaborate treatment of the reading-
book, the danger arises of the pupils forgetting part of
the vocabulary and phraseology jjreviously learnt, for
the simple reason and phrasesthat the same words
présent themselves to their minds at intervais toc
far apart for preventthe memory to retain them. To
such a misfortune some books must be rcad rapidly.
Whether the rapid reading and the more detailed
study of a text should by side in thego on side
Vvi LES GAMBUSINOS
same term, or should be taken in alternate terms, must
dépend on the time available for thé teaching of
Modem Languages. Whenever possible, it would seem
to read books,advisable two one to be studied care-
fully, and the other to be read cursorily. The présent
séries is an attempt to provide suitable material for
Rapid Eeading. In the Vocabularies toadded each
book will be found, in addition to the more difficult
phrases, severalwords and sentences ilhistrating gram-
matical points. The notes are confined to the elucida-
tion of points bearing on the subject matter found in
texts.the
It is hoped that the books of this séries will also
be given to boys and girls for private reading in the
holidays or as term-extras. The Words and Phrases
at the end will enable pupils to dispense with a Dic-
totionary, and in this way they may be encouraged
acquire taste for French works ont ofa reading good
furnishschool. A book read in this manner should
between teachermaterial for a friendly literary causerie
and pupil, which may do miich to foster a taste for
if it is stimulating and helpful, and does notliterature,
assume the form of an examination.