Titel: Nieuwe leerwijze der Engelsche taal
Deel: Tweede cursus
Auteur: Gerdes, E.
Uitgave: Amsterdam: P.N. van Kampen, 1856
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Paris is the capital of France. Germany is situated in
the middle of Europe. The island of Cyprus produces ex-
cellent wine, Spain is divided into fourteen provinces, most
of which are called kingdoms. Livonia has many forests
and good pasture-grounds. The cathedral of Strassbourg is
one of the finest of Europe. Switzerland is divided into
cantons. Ethiopia is intersected by numerous chains of
lofty and steep mountains. In Bohemia there are mines of
silver, tin and lead. America was discovered by Christo-
pher Columbus. The climate of England is very inconstant.
Egypt owes its fertility to the Nile. Amsterdam is the
capital of the Netherlands.
The Ocean ,
the Mediterra-
nean ,
the Adriatic ,
the Black sea ,
the Atlantic,
the Baltic,
de Oceaan. the Caspian sea, de Kaspische zee.
de Middelland- the lake oj Constance, de Bodenzee.
sche zee. the lïhine, de Rijn.
de Adriatische the Danube, dc Donau.
zee. the Scheld, de Schelde,
de Zwarte zee. the Thames , de Theems,
de Atlantische the Maese, de Maas.
Occaan. the Moselle , de Moezel,
de Oostzee. the Vistula, de Weichsel.
The ocean is the whole extent of water that surrounds
the earth. The Mediterranean communicates with the ocean
by the straits of Gibraltar. The Adriatic sea is situated
between Italy and Dalmatia, The Atlantic is situated be-
tween America, Europe and Africa. The North-sea is that
part of the Ocean that is situated between Germany , Hol-
land, England, Denmark and Norway. The Caspian sea
has no visible connexion with the other seas. The Rhine
flows through the lake of Constance in all its length. The
Danube has its sources in the Black-forest. The Scheld
flows into the North-sea. The Maese abounds in fish. The