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PERSONAL PARTICULARS

(Write your name, and the other particulars, on the cover opposite)

English

SURNAME

CHRISTIAN NAME (S)

NATIONALITY


REGIMENT

RANK

AGE

MARRIED, OR

SINGLE


DESCRIPTION

ADDRESS

French

nom de famille

prénom (m.)

nationalité (f.)


régiment (m.)

grade (m.)

âge (m.)

marié, ou

célibataire


signalement(m.)

demeurant à

Pronounced

non' d fah mee

pray non'

nah see on nah

lee tay

ray jee mahn'

gradd

ahj

mah ree ay, oo

say lee bah

tairr

see nyahl mahn'

der mer rahn' tah

German

Zuname (m.)

Vorname (m.)

Nationalität (f.)


Regiment (n.)

Rang (m.)

Alter (n.)

verheiratet

oder ledig


Beschreibung (f.)

Heimat (f.)

Pronounced

tsoo nah mer

forr nah mer

nah see on al

ee tayt

reg gee ment

rank

al ter

fair hi rah tet

oh der laý

dich

beshri boong

hi maht

Note. There is no English equivalent to the sounds represented by n', j, ü. n' is

like ng pronounced quickly, j is like s in measure, ü is got by pronouncing ee with

the lips pouted; í pronounced as in mine. Pronounce all the syllables distinctly, especially

the last one. The sound represented by ch is pronounced like the Scotch ch in loch, g

as in give.


[The word lists throughout are arranged in the above order: English, French, German.

The genders (m.), (f.), (n.) show which article has to be used with the noun.]

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PERSONAL PARTICULARS

(Write your name, and the other particulars, on the cover opposite)

English

SURNAME

CHRISTIAN NAME (S)

NATIONALITY


REGIMENT

RANK

AGE

MARRIED, OR

SINGLE


DESCRIPTION

ADDRESS

French

nom de famille

prénom (m.)

nationalité (f.)


régiment (m.)

grade (m.)

âge (m.)

marié, ou

célibataire


signalement(m.)

demeurant à

Pronounced

non' d fah mee

pray non'

nah see on nah

lee tay

ray jee mahn'

gradd

ahj

mah ree ay, oo

say lee bah

tairr

see nyahl mahn'

der mer rahn' tah

German

Zuname (m.)

Vorname (m.)

Nationalität (f.)


Regiment (n.)

Rang (m.)

Alter (n.)

verheiratet

oder ledig


Beschreibung (f.)

Heimat (f.)

Pronounced

tsoo nah mer

forr nah mer

nah see on al

ee tayt

reg gee ment

rank

al ter

fair hi rah tet

oh der laý

dich

beshri boong

hi maht

Note. There is no English equivalent to the sounds represented by n', j, ü. n' is

like ng pronounced quickly, j is like s in measure, ü is got by pronouncing ee with

the lips pouted; í pronounced as in mine. Pronounce all the syllables distinctly, especially

the last one. The sound represented by ch is pronounced like the Scotch ch in loch, g

as in give.


[The word lists throughout are arranged in the above order: English, French, German.

The genders (m.), (f.), (n.) show which article has to be used with the noun.]

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Transcription history
  • October 27, 2018 19:05:48 Sarika Jain

    PERSONAL PARTICULARS

    (Write your name, and the other particulars, on the cover opposite)

    English

    SURNAME

    CHRISTIAN NAME (S)

    NATIONALITY


    REGIMENT

    RANK

    AGE

    MARRIED, OR

    SINGLE


    DESCRIPTION

    ADDRESS

    French

    nom de famille

    prénom (m.)

    nationalité (f.)


    régiment (m.)

    grade (m.)

    âge (m.)

    marié, ou

    célibataire


    signalement(m.)

    demeurant à

    Pronounced

    non' d fah mee

    pray non'

    nah see on nah

    lee tay

    ray jee mahn'

    gradd

    ahj

    mah ree ay, oo

    say lee bah

    tairr

    see nyahl mahn'

    der mer rahn' tah

    German

    Zuname (m.)

    Vorname (m.)

    Nationalität (f.)


    Regiment (n.)

    Rang (m.)

    Alter (n.)

    verheiratet

    oder ledig


    Beschreibung (f.)

    Heimat (f.)

    Pronounced

    tsoo nah mer

    forr nah mer

    nah see on al

    ee tayt

    reg gee ment

    rank

    al ter

    fair hi rah tet

    oh der laý

    dich

    beshri boong

    hi maht

    Note. There is no English equivalent to the sounds represented by n', j, ü. n' is

    like ng pronounced quickly, j is like s in measure, ü is got by pronouncing ee with

    the lips pouted; í pronounced as in mine. Pronounce all the syllables distinctly, especially

    the last one. The sound represented by ch is pronounced like the Scotch ch in loch, g

    as in give.


    [The word lists throughout are arranged in the above order: English, French, German.

    The genders (m.), (f.), (n.) show which article has to be used with the noun.]

    A                                                 1

  • October 27, 2018 19:04:38 Sarika Jain

    PERSONAL PARTICULARS

    (Write your name, and the other particulars, on the cover opposite)

    English

    SURNAME

    CHRISTIAN NAME (S)

    NATIONALITY


    REGIMENT

    RANK

    AGE

    MARRIED, OR

    SINGLE


    DESCRIPTION

    ADDRESS

    French

    nom de famille

    prénom (m.)

    nationalité (f.)


    régiment (m.)

    grade (m.)

    âge (m.)

    marié, ou

    célibataire


    signalement(m.)

    demeurant à

    Pronounced

    non' d fah mee

    pray non'

    nah see on nah

    lee tay

    ray jee mahn'

    gradd

    ahj

    mah ree ay, oo

    say lee bah

    tairr

    see nyahl mahn'

    der mer rahn' tah

    German

    Zuname (m.)

    Vorname (m.)

    Nationalität (f.)


    Regiment (n.)

    Rang (m.)

    Alter (n.)

    verheiratet

    oder ledig


    Beschreibung (f.)

    Heimat (f.)

    Pronounced

    tsoo nah mer

    forr nah mer

    nah see on al

    ee tayt

    reg gee ment

    rank

    al ter

    fair hi rah tet

    oh der laý

    dich

    beshri boong

    hi maht

    Note. There is no English equivalent to the sounds represented by n', j, ü. n' is

    like ng pronounced quickly, j is like s in measure, ü is got by pronouncing ee with

    the lips pouted; í pronounced as in mine. Pronounce all the syllables distinctly, especially

    the last one. The sound represented by ch is pronounced like the Scotch ch in loch, g

    as in give.

    [The word lists throughout are arranged in the above order: English, French, German.

    The genders (m.), (f.), (n.) show which article has to be used with the noun.]

    A                                                 1


  • October 27, 2018 19:02:13 Sarika Jain

    PERSONAL PARTICULARS

    (Write your name, and the other particulars, on the cover opposite)

    English

    SURNAME

    CHRISTIAN NAME (S)

    NATIONALITY


    REGIMENT

    RANK

    AGE

    MARRIED, OR

    SINGLE

    French

    nom de famille

    prénom (m.)

    nationalité (f.)


    régiment (m.)

    grade (m.)

    âge (m.)

    marié, ou

    célibataire

    Pronounced

    non' d fah mee

    pray non'

    nah see on nah

    lee tay

    ray jee mahn'

    gradd

    ahj

    mah ree ay, oo

    say lee bah

    tairr

    German

    Zuname (m.)

    Vorname (m.)

    Nationalität (f.)


    Regiment (n.)

    Rang (m.)

    Alter (n.)

    verheiratet

    oder ledig

    Pronounced

    tsoo nah mer

    forr nah mer

    nah see on al

    ee tayt

    reg gee ment

    rank

    al ter

    fair hi rah tet

    oh der laý

    dich


    Note. There is no English equivalent to the sounds represented by n', j, ü. n' is

    like ng pronounced quickly, j is like s in measure, ü is got by pronouncing ee with

    the lips pouted; í pronounced as in mine. Pronounce all the syllables distinctly, especially

    the last one. The sound represented by ch is pronounced like the Scotch ch in loch, g

    as in give.

    [The word lists throughout are arranged in the above order: English, French, German.

    The genders (m.), (f.), (n.) show which article has to be used with the noun.]

    A                                                 1


  • October 27, 2018 19:00:59 Sarika Jain

    PERSONAL PARTICULARS

    (Write your name, and the other particulars, on the cover opposite)

    English

    SURNAME

    CHRISTIAN NAME (S)

    NATIONALITY


    REGIMENT

    RANK

    AGE

    MARRIED, OR

    SINGLE

    French

    nom de famille

    prénom (m.)

    nationalité (f.)


    régiment (m.)

    grade (m.)

    âge (m.)

    marié, ou

    célibataire

    Pronounced

    non' d fah mee

    pray non'

    nah see on nah

    lee tay

    ray jee mahn'

    gradd

    ahj

    mah ree ay, oo

    say lee bah

    tairr

    German

    Zuname (m.)

    Vorname (m.)

    Nationalität (f.)


    Regiment (n.)

    Rang (m.)

    Alter (n.)

    verheiratet

    oder ledig

    Pronounced



    Note. There is no English equivalent to the sounds represented by n', j, ü. n' is

    like ng pronounced quickly, j is like s in measure, ü is got by pronouncing ee with

    the lips pouted; í pronounced as in mine. Pronounce all the syllables distinctly, especially

    the last one. The sound represented by ch is pronounced like the Scotch ch in loch, g

    as in give.

    [The word lists throughout are arranged in the above order: English, French, German.

    The genders (m.), (f.), (n.) show which article has to be used with the noun.]

    A                                                 1


  • October 27, 2018 18:59:28 Sarika Jain

    PERSONAL PARTICULARS

    (Write your name, and the other particulars, on the cover opposite)

    English

    SURNAME

    CHRISTIAN NAME (S)

    NATIONALITY


    REGIMENT

    RANK

    AGE

    MARRIED, OR

    SINGLE

    French

    nom de famille

    prénom (m.)

    nationalité (f.)


    régiment (m.)

    grade (m.)

    âge (m.)

    marié, ou

    célibataire

    Pronounced

    non' d fah mee

    pray non'

    nah see on nah

    lee tay

    ray jee mahn'

    gradd

    ahj

    mah ree ay, oo

    say lee bah

    tairr




    Note. There is no English equivalent to the sounds represented by n', j, ü. n' is

    like ng pronounced quickly, j is like s in measure, ü is got by pronouncing ee with

    the lips pouted; í pronounced as in mine. Pronounce all the syllables distinctly, especially

    the last one. The sound represented by ch is pronounced like the Scotch ch in loch, g

    as in give.

    [The word lists throughout are arranged in the above order: English, French, German.

    The genders (m.), (f.), (n.) show which article has to be used with the noun.]

    A                                                 1


  • October 27, 2018 18:58:23 Sarika Jain

    PERSONAL PARTICULARS

    (Write your name, and the other particulars, on the cover opposite)

    English

    SURNAME

    CHRISTIAN NAME (S)

    NATIONALITY


    REGIMENT

    RANK

    AGE

    MARRIED, OR

    SINGLE

    French

    nom de famille

    prénom (m.)

    nationalité (f.)


    régiment (m.)

    grade (m.)

    âge (m.)

    marié, ou

    célibataire





    Note. There is no English equivalent to the sounds represented by n', j, ü. n' is

    like ng pronounced quickly, j is like s in measure, ü is got by pronouncing ee with

    the lips pouted; í pronounced as in mine. Pronounce all the syllables distinctly, especially

    the last one. The sound represented by ch is pronounced like the Scotch ch in loch, g

    as in give.

    [The word lists throughout are arranged in the above order: English, French, German.

    The genders (m.), (f.), (n.) show which article has to be used with the noun.]

    A                                                 1


  • October 27, 2018 18:55:21 Sarika Jain

    PERSONAL PARTICULARS

    (Write your name, and the other particulars, on the cover opposite)







    Note. There is no English equivalent to the sounds represented by n', j, ü. n' is

    like ng pronounced quickly, j is like s in measure, ü is got by pronouncing ee with

    the lips pouted; í pronounced as in mine. Pronounce all the syllables distinctly, especially

    the last one. The sound represented by ch is pronounced like the Scotch ch in loch, g

    as in give.

    [The word lists throughout are arranged in the above order: English, French, German.

    The genders (m.), (f.), (n.) show which article has to be used with the noun.]

    A                                                 1


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    Pamela Brush
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