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Book: BibTeX citation key:  Curme1922
GEORGE O. CURME. 1922. A grammar of the German language: Designed for a practical and thoro study of the language as spoken today. New York & London: Macmillan.
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Categories: linguistics
Keywords: grammar Germanic
Creators: Curme
Publisher: Macmillan (New York & London)

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Abstract
Introduction i
The Alphabet 5
§ PART I : PHONOLOGY AND ORTHOGRAPHY
§§ Best Pronunciation 7
§§ Sounds of the Letters and their Classification 7
§§ Formation of Sounds 12
§§ Quantity of Vowels 13
§§ Pronunciation of Vowels and Diphthongs 17
§§ Mutation of Vowels 24
§§ Pronunciation of Consonants 25
§§ Brief History of German Consonants, their Relation to those of other Languages 36
§§ Syllables in Individual Words 41
§§ Syllables in Connected Discourse 43
§§ Separation of Syllables at the End of a Line 43
§§ Accent 43
§§ Pitch or Tone 55
§§ Use of Capital Letters 56
§§ Apostrophe 57
§ PART II THE PARTS OF SPEECH, THEIR GRAMMATICAL FORMS, USE, NATURE
§§ Inflection of the Articles 58
§§ Use of the Articles 60
§§ Inflection of Common Nouns 70
§§ Differentiation of Substantive Forms 94
§§ Inflection of Proper Nouns 97
§§ Inflection of Titles 102
§§ Plural of Names of Persons and Places 105
§§ Peculiarities in the Inflection of Nouns 107
§§ Declension of the Adjective-Substantive 112
§§ Peculiarities of Number in Nouns 112
§§ Gender of Nouns 120
§§ Inflection of Adjectives 126
§§§ Inflection of Descriptive Adjectives 126
§§§ Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs 138
§§§ Inflection of Limiting Adjectives 147
§§§§ Numerals 147
§§§§ Pronominal Adjectives 153
§§ Inflection of Pronouns 177
§§§ Personal Pronouns 177
§§§ Reflexive Pronouns 186
§§§ Reciprocal Pronouns 188
§§§ Indefinite Pronouns 189
§§§ Interrogative Pronouns 191
§§§ Relative Pronouns 193
§§§ Conditional Relative 206
§§§ Correlative Pronouns 207
§§§ Stereotyped Pronominal Forms 208
§§ The Verb 209
§§§ Classification 209
§§§ Aspect 210
§§§ Tense 211
§§§ Mood 215
§§§§ Subjunctive 216
§§§§§ Subjunctive of Present Tense Forms 217
§§§§§ Subjunctive of Past Tense Forms 227
§§§§ Indirect Discourse 237
§§§§§ Indirect Form 237
§§§§§ Independent Form 245
§§ Conjugation 247
§§§ Simple Forms of the Weak Verb 249
§§§ Simple Forms of the Strong Verb 252
§§§ Simple Forms of haben, sein, werden 254
§§§ General Remarks respecting the Simple Forms 255
§§§ Verbals 259
§§§§ The Modal Verbals 259
§§§§ Participles 261
§§§§ Infinitive 268
§§§ Formation of Compound Tenses 282
§§§§ Use of haben and sein 287
§§§ Passive Voice 295
§§§ Gradation Classes 300
§§§ Irregular Conjugation 315
§§§ Special Uses of the Modal Auxiliaries ' 318
§§§ Conjugation of Compound Verbs 323
§§§§ Separable Compounds 323
§§§§ Inseparable Compounds 327
§§§§ Compounds Separable or Inseparable 327
§§§§ Verbs indirectly compounded 329
§§§ Reflexive Verbs 329
§§§ Impersonal Verbs 332
§§ Particles 338
§§§ Adverbs 338
§§§ Prepositions 355
§§§ Conjunctions 387
§§§ Interjections 400
§ PART III WORD-FORMATION
§§ Primitives 402
§§ Derivative Substantives formed by Suffix 403
§§ Derivative Adjectives formed by Suffix 417
§§ Derivative Verbs formed by Suffix 426
§§ Derivative Adverbs 429
§§ Formation of Prepositions 430
§§ Formation of Nouns, Adjectives, and Pronouns by means of Prefix 431
§§ Formation of Verbs by means of Prefix 434
§§ Formation of Compounds and Group-words 441
§ PART IV: SYNTAX
§§ The Simple Sentence, Its Parts and Kinds 455
§§§ Subject 456
§§§ Predicate 462
§§§§ Agreement between Subject and Predicate 468
§§§ Subordinate Elements of a Sentence 474
§§§§ Attributive Adjective Modifiers 474
§§§§ Attributive Adjective and Participle 474
§§§§ Attributive Genitive 476
§§§§ Apposition 485
§§§§ Prepositional Phrase as Modifier of a Noun 478
§§§§ Infinitive as Modifier of a Noun 488
§§§§ Adverb as Modifier of a Noun 489
§§§§ Clause as Modifier of a Noun 489
§§§§ A Noun and its Modifier replaced by a Compound Noun 489
§§§ Objective Modifiers 489
§§§§ Accusative Object 489
§§§§ Dative Object 493
§§§§ Either Dative or Accusative 503
§§§§ Genitive Object 507
§§§§ Prepositional Object 517
§§§§ Double Object 524
§§§§§ Dative and Accusative 524
§§§§§ Accusative and Genitive 526
§§§§§ Double Accusative 535
§§§§§ Accusative of the Person or Thing and a Prepositional Phrase .... 542
§§§§§ Dative of the Person and a Prepositional Phrase 546
§§§§§ Double Prepositional Object 546
§§§ Synesis 546
§§§ Adverbial Modifiers 551
§§ Independent Elements 551
§§ Classes of Sentences 555
§§§ Compound Sentence 555
§§§ Complex Sentence, Subordinate Clauses 557
§§§§ Subject Clause 559
§§§§ Predicate Clause 562
§§§§ Adjective Clause 562
§§§§ Object Clause 566
§§§§ Adverbial Clause 570
§§§§§ Clause of Place 571
§§§§§ Clause of Time 571
§§§§§ Clause of Manner 573
§§§§§ Clause of Degree 575
§§§§§ Clause of Cause 577
§§§§§ Clause of Condition or Exception 579
§§§§§ Clause of Concession 581
§§§§§ Clause of Purpose 583
§§§§§ Clause of Means 584
§§ Word-Order 584
§§§ Normal Order 587
§§§ Inverted Order 591
§§§ Question Order 595
§§§ Transposed Order 597
§ Index of German Words, Suffixes, etc 599
§ Index of Subjects 618
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