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Standard I.-1. Large Hand-Elements and Combinations ; 2. Large Hand -Long Letters, Combinations ; 3. Examination Book and Figures.
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Educational News" There can be no doubt that the pupil who goes through this series will be benefited largely by such a training."
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Educational News—"Cannot fail to interest and instruct young children in French."
Times—“A charming little volume Mrs. Frazer's dialogues are admirably adapted for beginners in French, and Bébé may perhaps become as familiar to the small boys and girls in nurseries and preparatory schools as Balbus and his wall are to their bigger brothers."
SCENES OF CHILD LIFE
bien... ne prenez pas
air aussi sérieux... bien... parfait. Ah ! mais il ne faut pas
froncer les sourcils.
Bébé (yawns). Estce fini?
Le Photographe (impatient). Nous n'avons
pas encore commencé.
Le Grand 'maman. Voyons, Bébé, faites donc tout ce que Monsieur le photographe vous dit.
Bébé (very cross). Je fais tout ce qu'on me dit. Mais je ne sais plus si je dois ouvrir ou fermer la bouche. Le
Photographe. Allons, Monsieur, souriez... encore un peu... bien... pas tant... Ne clignotez pas... bien...
Now Ready. Globe 8vo.
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SCENES OF FAMILIAR LIFE
ARRANGED PROGRESSIVELY FOR STUDENTS OF
MRS. J. G. FRAZER
WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY MISS E. P. HUGHES
NEW YORK: THE MACMILLAN COMPANY
PRESS OPINIONS SCHOOLMASTER.-"It is not too much to say that the thorough acquisition of the contents of these two little volumes would make any pupil thoroughly proficient in ordinary French conversation."
SATURDAY REVIEW.-"A quite charming school-book . . . We congratulate
. . We can fully recommend this volume to teachers who wish to make French classes a serious preparation for pleasant trips on the Continent, and a sound mental gymnastic for the quick attainment of facility of speech in the Gallíc idiom."