Excerpt from Elements of the German Language: A Practical Manual for Acquiring the Art of Reading, Speaking and Composing German
True education embraces all the powers and faculties of man, and is directed first to the general development of the mind and body, and next to the... communication of positive knowledge. In the former view, the study of the modern languages affords many advantages over that of the ancient idioms. The modern languages are a fresh, ever ¿owing foun tain; they are not mere petrifactions, but excite the mind with all the energy of life. This is eminently true of the German language, which, though growing from within, and Opulent only with its own wealth, is nevertheless the richest of all the modern tongues.
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