French Pronunciation and Reading Made Easy

French Pronunciation and Reading Made Easy

Or; the Logographic-emblematical French Spelling-book. Being A Method by Which Any Child, Four or Five Years Old, and of Ever So Slow An Apprehension, Although Perfectly Unacquainted With His Letters, Will, in A Few Months, Be Enabled to Read French Fluently, and Pronounce It as If He Were A Parisian Born. To Which Are Added Instructions to Enable Any Person to Put This Method in Practice; as Likewise Certificates and Other Vouchers of the Efficacy of the Same. Published by M. Lenoir, Author of the Practique De L'Orateur Francois, De L'Eloge Funebre De Louis XVI, &c. and A Professor of the French Language, Elocution, and Belles-Lettres

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Publisher: London : sold for the editor, by Messrs. Dulau & Co. No. 107, Wardour-Street; De Boffe, No. 7, Gerrard-Street, Soho; and T. Boosey, Broad-Street, behind the Royal Exchange, 1799
Characteristics: xviii,83,[1]p. ; 8⁰


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