A New Practical and Easy Method of Learning the Spanish Language After the System of F. Ahn

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Appleton, 1916 - 149 σελίδες
 

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Σελίδα 63 - B*** at home? He is just gone out. He is gone out. He is not at home. Can you tell us where he is gone? I cannot tell you exactly.
Σελίδα 135 - Padre mio, le dijo el reo, pero yo no puedo apartar de mi la idea de que está en sus manos el salvarme la vida; y tal pensamiento es muy capaz de distraerme. ¿Qué habia yo de hacer para eso? Y aun cuando pudiese, ¿deberia dar ocasion á que cometiese Vm. otros nuevos delitos ? — Si esto solo detiene á Vm., Padre, yo le doy mi palabra de no volver á ellos; he visto el suplicio desde muy cerca para que pueda esponerme á él de nuevo. El Religioso hizo lo que hubiéramos hecho en semejante...
Σελίδα 67 - It is bad walking. It is day-light. It is dark. It is night. It is moon-light. Do you think it will be fine weather ? I do not think that it will rain.
Σελίδα 68 - Have you breakfasted ? Not yet. You come just in time. You will breakfast with us. Breakfast is ready. Come to breakfast. Do you drink tea, or coffee T Would you prefer chocolate f I prefer coffee.
Σελίδα 63 - Come nearer; I have something to tell you.- , I have a word to say to you. Listen to me. I want to speak to you. -
Σελίδα 67 - How is your health ? Do I see you in health ? Do you continue in good health ? Pretty good, and how is yours ? Do I see you well ? Very well, and how do you do? How have you been since I had the pleasure of seeing you?
Σελίδα 87 - BER and ESTAR. To be may be expressed in Spanish by Ser or Estar ; but the meaning of these verbs being very different, the scholar must pay particular attention to the following rules, in order to use them properly : Ser is used to express the qualities inherent, or essential to persons or things ; the state of fixed mind ; the materials of which a thing is made ; the condition, employment, rank, trade, &c. of persons ; the object, purpose, destination, &e.
Σελίδα 12 - The accent is never placed over y. But in printing (dictionaries excepted) the capitals are seldom accented ; and in manuscript are almost always unaccented. Monosyllables of more than one signification are accented on that syllable in which the vowel is pronounced longer ; as — Tú, thou.
Σελίδα 71 - Ladies, is the tea to your taste ? Is your tea sweet enough? Have I put sugar enough in your tea? Do you find your tea sweet enough ? It is excellent I do not like it quite so sweet Your tea is very good.
Σελίδα 3 - Doctor has been applied in the present instance to the Spanish Language, upon the basis of the excellent Grammars of Lespada and Martinez...

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