The Revised Ollendorff Method: An Easy System for Learning to Read, Write, and Speak the Spanish Language, with a Succinct Statement of the Elements of Spanish Grammar; Together with Tables of All the Declensions and Conjugations, and a Complete List of Irregular Verbs
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able acertar acostar adjectives amado-a amigo book bread brother buenos caballo carecer comprado CONVERSACIÓN debe decir dinero does English escribir español EXERCISE father first friend FUTURE give good great gusta hablar habría Have you hermano horse house hubiera INDICATIVE know large lavado learn LESSON-Lección libros little live long loved make malo mejor MODE money more much never noun nouns one's padre pagado participle pasado past pedir PERFECT pide place PLURAL poco podido poner Pres present pronouns quedarse quiere read receive recibido saber salir same second seen sell send sentir SINGULAR sombrero some Spanish speak Subj subjunctive take tell tengo tenido them there they third thou time tired todavía used vendido venir verb verbs vestido vino visto vivido will wine wish write your yours
Σελίδα 372 - French, agree in gender and number with the object possessed, and not with the possessor, as in English.
Σελίδα 32 - Ito and ita generally express love towards the object, and beauty in it , illo and ilia sometimes mean pity, and sometimes contempt ; uelo and uela formerly were used in the same sense as ito and ita, at present they indicate only contempt The greatest part of nouns ending in an, in, on...
Σελίδα 293 - It is to be wished that you should go to the country. It is necessary that we should finish to-day. It is sufficient that you are satisfied. I am sorry that she is ill. I am charmed that you are here. I am glad that he has received his moaey.
Σελίδα 227 - I do trust him. He trusts me. We must not trust everybody. Everybody, (every one). Everybody, (all the world). To laugh at something. I laugh at that. We will laugh at it.
Σελίδα 50 - Have you rice enough ? — We have not rice enough ; but we have enough sugar. — Have you many more gloves ? — I have not many more. — Has the Russian another ship? — He has another. — Has he another bag ? — He has no other. — What day of the month is it ? — It is the sixth. — How many friends have you ? — I have but one good friend. — Has the peasant too...
Σελίδα 325 - Ouly three out of the twelve lived to years of maturity ; one daughter, Sempronia, whom she married to the second Scipio Africanus : and two sons, Tiberius and Caius, whom she brought up with so much care, that, though they were generally acknowledged to have been born with the most happy dispositions, it was judged that they were still more indebted to education than to nature.
Σελίδα 297 - If he had gained (had he gained) the suit, he would have lost a friend, and therefore he had no reason to be sorry.
Σελίδα 339 - ... tenido por posible , hasta que tú me aseguras que es cosa evidente. Al fin, si te he perdido el respeto, fijaré cedulones en las esquinas de los correos (porque has de saber que los correos tienen esquinas ) para que...
Σελίδα 325 - Only three out of the twelve lived to years of maturity, (edad madura ;) one daughter, Sempronia, whom she married to the second Scipio Africanus ; and two sons, Tiberius and Caius, whom she brought up...