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13 Letters by German-Speaking 

Men and Women



Edited by Eugene R. Moutoux

 
A Word to the Reader  

~ Author and Year ~

 ~Grammar Emphasis ~

Carolina Schlegel Schelling (1798)

Articles, adjective endings

Degrees of adjectives and adverbs

Alexander von Humboldt (1799)

Verbs: active, indicative

Subjunctive in indirect discourse

Wilhelm von Humboldt (1805)

Unreal conditional sentences

Imperatives

Luise von Mecklenburg-Strelitz (1808)

Relative pronouns

Verbs: active, indicative

Annette von Droste-Hülshoff (1842)

Degrees of adjectives and adverbs

Articles, adjective endings

Arthur Schopenhauer (1843)

Passive voice
Robert Koch (1865)

Subjunctive in indirect discourse

Articles, adjective endings

Carl Schurz (1868) Relative pronouns
Heinrich Schliemann (1872)

Degrees of adjectives and adverbs

Unreal conditional sentences

Friedrich Nietzsche (1884)

Articles, adjective endings

Subjunctive in indirect discourse

Alfred Krupp (1884)

Relative pronouns

Verbs: active, indicative

Ferdinand Graf von Zeppelin (1891)

Word order

Imperatives

Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen (1896)

Unreal conditional sentences

Passive voice

 

 
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