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abbia abbiamo accent Accusative adjective adverbs alcuni altri altro amico Andare assai aver avete aveva Bisogna casa ciò colui compound conjunctive credo dative definite article dimani Eccellenza Eglino English Esser EXAMPLES expressed father feminine figlio fratello furono gender and number Gerund giorno iamo ieri Impersonal Verbs INDICATIVE MOOD Infinitive Mood inflexions Intransitive Verbs IRREGULAR VERBS Italian Italian Language l'altro l'uno LESSON LEZIONE libri libro madre masculine molto Nominative noun Nulla oggi ogni padre parlare parlato participle participle past personal pronouns piacere plural possessive pronoun posso preceded preposition preterite promesso pron quale quali relative pronoun ricco rispose sapere sarà SECOND CONJUGATION segga sempre siamo siete signifies Signor Signorina sister sorella sorelle speak stato stesse SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD substantive superlative tempo tense thing THIRD CONJUGATION third person thou tutta tutto uomo veduto venire verrà Veruno voglia volere vowel word
Page 206 - Conjunction is a part of speech that is chiefly used to connect sentences, so as, out of two or more sentences, to make but one : it sometimes connects only words : as, " Thou and he are happy, because you are good." " Two and three are five." 9. An Interjection is a word used to express some passion or emotion of the mind : as, " Oh ! I have alienated my friend ; alas ! I fear for life.
Page 185 - Quando un cor tante in sé virtuti accolse? Benché la somma è di mia morte rea ! Per divina bellezza indarno mira chi gli occhi di costei giammai non vide come soavemente ella gli gira. Non sa come Amor sana e come ancide chi non sa come dolce ella sospira, e come dolce parla e dolce ride.
Page 37 - A Pronoun is a word used instead of a noun, to avoid the too frequent repetition of the same word: as, " The man is happy; he is benevolent; he is useful.
Page 212 - Cosi all'egro fanciul porgiamo aspersi Di soave licor gli orli del vaso.
Page 63 - Every man must account for himself;" " I have not seen either of them. 3. The demonstrative are those which precisely point out the subjects to which they relate: this and that, these and those, are of this class; as, " This is true charity; that is only its image." This refers to the nearest person or thing, and that to the more distant; as, " This man is more intelligent than that.
Page 152 - The English verb must, not being impersonal, may take any noun or pronoun for its subject...
Page 30 - Ad uno ad uno . . . One by one. A due a due .... Two by two.
Page 194 - When a person's own house is meant in the sense of home, a casa or in casa is used, without the possessive pronoun: as, Vado a casa, I am going home — Non d in casa, He is not at home.
Page 21 - II. When the adjective relates to two substantives singular of the same gender, it must be put in the plural, and agree with them in gender. EXAMPLE.
Page 67 - ... in a riper age. The virtues, which their masters were principally careful to inspire into them , were the love of truth, humanity, sobriety , and obedience : the two former make us resemble the gods ; the two latter are necessary to the preservation of order. The chief aim of the laws in ancient Persia was to prevent the corruption of the heart : and for this reason the Persians punished ingratitude (i...