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Author: Ledoyen de la Pichonnaye, G.
Title: A playne treatise to learne in a short space the Frenche tongue deuided in twoo bookes.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A playne treatise to learne in a short space the Frenche tongue deuided in twoo bookes.
Ledoyen de la Pichonnaye, G.

Imprinted at London: By Henry Denham, for certayne of the Companie, Anno. M.D.LXXVI. [1576]
Notes:
Dedication signed: G. Ledoyen De la Pichonnaye.
At foot of title: Cum priuilegio.
Signatures: A-H (-A1).
"An aduertisement to the readers", H4-8, is printed in French and English on facing pages.
Identified as STC 15353+ on UMI microfilm.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
French language -- Grammar -- 1500-1799 -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A05218.0001.001

Contents
title page
❧ A TRESILLV∣STRE ET PVISSANT SEIGNEVR, MONSEIG∣NEVR, EDOVARD SEY∣MOVR BARON DE BEAV∣CHAMP ET CONTE DE HERTFORD.
A playne Treatise to learne in a short space the Frenche tongue (.?.)
treatise
¶ A playne treatise to learne in a short space the Frenche tongue, deuided in two bookes.
Of A.
Of B.
Of C.
Of D.
Of E.
Of F.
Of G.
Of H.
Of I.
Of L.
Of M.
Of N.
Of O.
Of P.
Of Q.
Of R.
Of S.
A table of all the Frenche wordes where, S, ioyned with an o∣ther consonant is pronounced after the order of the letters.
Of T.
Of V.
Of X.
Of Y.
Of Z.
Of Diphthongs.
Of Synalepha.
Of Apostrophe.
Of the running togither of conso∣nants in diuers woordes.
The seconde Booke.
¶ Of the Article.
Of a Noune.
Of the first Accident.
Of the seconde Accident.
Of the thirde Accident.
Of the fourth Accident.
Of the fifth Accident.
Of the sixth Accident.
Of the noune Adiectiue.
Of Gender.
Of Number.
Of the Comparison.
Of the Declenson.
Of the Deriuation.
Of the Pronoune.
Of the Primitiue.
Of the Number.
Of the Person.
Of the Gender.
Of the Declenson of, Ie.
Of the Declenson of, Tu.
Of the declenson of, Il.
Of the Pronoune, Elle, which is for the feminine of the thirde person.
Of Se.
Of Pronounes deriuatiues or possessiues.
Of Pronounes interrogatiues.
Of Pronounes demonstratiues.
Of Partitiues and Distributiues.
Of Pronounes of number.
Of the Verbe.
Of the forming of the Indicatiue moode of Verbes ending in, Er. &c.
Of the forming of the Preterimper∣fect tense
Of the forming and termination of the first Preterperfect tense.
Of the forming of the last Preter∣perfect tense.
Of the forming of the Preterplu∣perfect tense.
Of the forming and termination of the fu∣ture tense Indicatiue.
Of the Imperatiue moode.
Of the Optatiue.
Of the Preterimperfect of the Optatiue.
Of the Preterperfect.
Of the Preterpluperfect.
Of the Subiunctiue moode.
Of the Preterimperfect.
Of the Preterperfect.
Of the Preterpluperfect.
Of the Infinitiue.
Of the Preterpluperfect of the Infinitiue.
Of the Future.
Of the Gerundine.
Of the Participle.
Of the Verbe Passiue.
Of the Imperatiue moode, the Pre∣sent tense.
Of the Optatiue in the present tense.
Of the Preterperfect.
Of the Preterpluperfect.
Of the Subiunctiue moode, and of his Present tense.
Of the Preterimperfect.
Of the Preterperfect.
Of the Preterpluperfect.
Of the Future.
Of the Infinitiue moode.
For the Preterperfect and Pre∣terpluperfect.
Of the Future.
Of the Participle.
Of the Aduerbe.
Of Coniunctions.
Of Prepositions.
Of the Interiection.
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