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abhor adjectives adverb alcúni amáta amáte amáti amáto amóre andáre ardere ascend auxiliary verb avére or éssere avéva cere CHAP cóme CONDITIONAL conjugation conjunctive mood conjunctive pronouns consonants cósa crédere cuácere defective verb Déi délla délle Derivation dire dissuade drink égli élla Ellipsis English entreat éra ére éssi ésso express feared feminine followed Future-indefinite gender GERUND grieve grow hear IMPERATIVE imperative mood Imperfect indefinite pronoun INDICATIVE INFINITIVE Irregular Verbs Italian Italian Language léi lóro loved masculine méno mérgere mood nouns ending Objective one’s Pápa Paradigm párte PARTICIPLE Past Perf Perfect-definite person singular piacére Piétro pióvere Pluperfect Pluperfect-definite plural Poetical Possession preposition Present quále quélla quésta relative pronoun scrivere sentito signification signóre silent sóno Subjective superlatives syllable syncopated take the article téma temáto tenére tenses terminations third person thou tion uámo unipersonal verb Variation ventre verb éssere verbs ending vöi vowel words
Page ii - District, has deposited in this office the title of a book, the right whereof he claims as proprietor, in the words following, to wit : " THE CHILD'S BOTANY," In conformity to the act of the Congress of the United States, entitled, " An act for the encouragement of learning by securing the copies of maps, charts, and books to the authors and proprietors of such copies, during the times therein mentioned...
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Page 7 - Grammar which treats of the formation and sonnd of the letters, the combination of letters into syllables, and syllables into words, is called Orthography. That part which treats of the different sorts of words, their varions changes and their derivations, is called Etymology.
Page 2 - Impersonal Verbs are those which are used only in the third person singular, and do not admit of a personal subject or nominative. II. Impersonal verbs, when translated into English, have before them the neuter pronoun it, especially in the active voice ; as, delectat, " it delights ;" decet,
Page 116 - I had been you had been he, she, it had been we had been you had been they had been...
Page 175 - Sing. I shall or will be loved, thou shall or wilt be loved, he, &c. Future. ( Plur. We shall or will be loved, you shall or will be loved, they, &<i Second < Sing.
Page 115 - I am — Thou art — He, she, or it is. We are — You are — They are.
Page 117 - ... we shall or will have been ; you shall or will have been they shall or will have been.