Reading Made Easy for Foreigners - Third Reader
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Reading Made Easy for Foreigners - Third Reader

By John Ludwig Hülshof
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  • READING MADE EASY FOR FOREIGNERS
  • BY
    • TEACHER OF MODERN LANGUAGES IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS
  • COPYRIGHT, 1909,
  • PREFACE
  • CONTENTS
    • PREFACE
      • POETRY
      • MISCELLANEOUS
    • POETRY
    • MISCELLANEOUS
  • REMARKS TO THE TEACHER
    • THIRD READER
      • DEVELOPMENT OF THE ABOVE LESSON ACCORDING TO THE RATIONAL METHOD.
      • DICTATION EXERCISES
    • DEVELOPMENT OF THE ABOVE LESSON ACCORDING TO THE RATIONAL METHOD.
    • DICTATION EXERCISES
  • SELECTION I
  • LESSON II
  • LESSON III
  • LESSON IV
  • SELECTION II
  • LESSON V
  • LESSON VI
  • LESSON VII
  • LESSON VIII
  • SELECTION III
  • LESSON IX
  • SELECTION IV
  • LESSON X
  • LESSON XI
  • LESSON XII
  • LESSON XIII
    • SELECTION XI
  • LESSON XXIX
  • LESSON XXX
  • SELECTION XII
  • LESSON XXXI
  • CHARACTERISTIC OF HEROISM
  • LESSON XVIII
  • LESSON XIX
  • SELECTION VIII
  • USEFUL INFORMATION
  • LESSON XX
  • SELECTION IX
  • LESSON XXI
    • INFORMAL NOTE.
      • INFORMAL REPLY TO ABOVE INVITATION.
      • FORMAL NOTE.
      • FORMAL REPLY TO ABOVE INVITATION.
      • INFORMAL LETTER.
    • INFORMAL REPLY TO ABOVE INVITATION.
    • FORMAL NOTE.
    • FORMAL REPLY TO ABOVE INVITATION.
    • INFORMAL LETTER.
  • LESSON XXII
  • LESSON XXIII
  • LESSON XXIV
  • LESSON XXV
  • LESSON XXVI
  • SELECTION X
  • WISE SAYINGS
  • LESSON XXVII
  • LESSON XXVIII
  • SELECTION XI
  • LESSON XXIX
  • LESSON XXX
  • SELECTION XII
  • LESSON XXXI
  • LESSON XXXII
  • LESSON XXXIII
  • SELECTION XIII
  • LESSON XXXIV
  • LESSON XXXV
  • LESSON XXXVI
  • LESSON XXXVII
  • FREEDOM OF THOUGHT
  • LESSON XXXVIII
  • LESSON XXXIX
  • LESSON XL
  • LESSON XLI
  • SELECTION XIV
  • LESSON XLII
  • LESSON XLIII
  • LESSON XLIV
  • LESSON XLV
  • SELECTION XV
  • LESSON XLVI
  • LESSON XLVII
  • LESSON XLVIII
  • USEFUL INFORMATION
  • WISE SAYINGS
  • LESSON XLIX
  • WISE SAYINGS
  • LESSON L
  • SELECTION XVI
  • LESSON LI
  • LESSON LII
  • USEFUL INFORMATION
  • LESSON LIII
  • LESSON LIV
  • LESSON LV
  • USEFUL INFORMATION
  • LESSON LVI
  • LESSON LVII
  • LESSON LVIII
  • SELECTION XVII
  • LESSON LIX
  • LESSON LX
  • SELECTION XVIII
  • LESSON LXI
  • SELECTION XIX
  • LESSON LXII
  • LESSON LXIII
  • SELECTION XX
  • SELECTION XXI
  • LESSON LXIV
  • LESSON LXV
  • LESSON LXVI
  • SELECTION XXII
  • LESSON LXVII
  • THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE—1776.
  • THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.[1]
    • THE PREAMBLE.
      • ARTICLE I.
      • Section I.—The Congress in General.
      • Section II.—The House of Representatives.
      • Section III.—The Senate.
      • Section IV.—Both Houses.
      • Section V.—The Houses Separately.
      • Section VI.—Privileges and Disabilities of Members.
      • Section VII.—Mode of Passing Laws.
      • Section VIII.—Powers Granted to Congress.
      • Section IX.—Powers Denied to the United States.
      • Section X.—Powers Denied to the States.
    • ARTICLE I.
    • Section I.—The Congress in General.
    • Section II.—The House of Representatives.
    • Section III.—The Senate.
    • Section IV.—Both Houses.
    • Section V.—The Houses Separately.
    • Section VI.—Privileges and Disabilities of Members.
    • Section VII.—Mode of Passing Laws.
    • Section VIII.—Powers Granted to Congress.
    • Section IX.—Powers Denied to the United States.
    • Section X.—Powers Denied to the States.
    • ARTICLE II.
      • Section I.—President and Vice-President.
      • Section II.—Powers of the President.
      • Section III.—Duties of the President.
      • Section IV.—Impeachment of the President.
    • Section I.—President and Vice-President.
    • Section II.—Powers of the President.
    • Section III.—Duties of the President.
    • Section IV.—Impeachment of the President.
    • ARTICLE III.
      • Section I.—United States Courts.
      • Section II.—Jurisdiction of the United States Courts.
      • Section III.—Treason.
    • Section I.—United States Courts.
    • Section II.—Jurisdiction of the United States Courts.
    • Section III.—Treason.
    • ARTICLE IV.
      • Section I.—State Records.
      • Section II.—Privileges of Citizens.
      • Section III.—New States and Territories.
      • Section IV.—Guarantee to the States.
    • Section I.—State Records.
    • Section II.—Privileges of Citizens.
    • Section III.—New States and Territories.
    • Section IV.—Guarantee to the States.
    • ARTICLE V.
    • ARTICLE VI.
    • ARTICLE VII.
    • AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION.
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