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accusative adjective adverbs alabado book books carecer class com-a common compound Conditional dative deceive definite article Descon diphthong employed ending English expressed figurado first followed following forms friends Future Future Perfect gender Gerund give good great habl-e hablado house hubiera or hubiese ía íamos íais íamos íais ían ias ia iamos ierais ieran ieras iera ieramos ieses iese IMperat imperative IMperF IMperfect indefinite Indicative Mode infinitive know language Learn lera less little live make meaning means name negative noun nouns number object one's Past DeF past definite past participle person Pluperfect plural possessive praise preposition Pres pronoun protasis radical g reflexive regularly ReMark same second sense singular Spain Spanish speak spoke stand stem SteMs strong Subj Subjunctive Mode substantive superlative syllable take tenses thing third thou time used verb verbs viv-a vivido vowels woman word words yera
Page 136 - En un lugar de la Mancha, de cuyo nombre no quiero acordarme, no ha mucho tiempo que vivía un hidalgo de los de lanza en astillero, adarga antigua, rocín flaco y galgo corredor.
Page 136 - ... sentenced to the loss of his right hand and ten years of exile. Nothing forbids identifying him with our author. From Quintanar the travellers proceeded to ' a township, neither very small nor very big, the name of which I do not recall '. The phrase resembles that which opens Don Quixote : ' in a township of La Mancha, the name of which I do not care to recall '. Whether they are the same, of course, is one of the undiscovered secrets. Don Quixote's native place must have been near El Toboso,...
Page 121 - French, agree in gender and number with the object possessed, and not with the possessor, as in English.
Page 230 - Certain verbs in -iar and -uar take an accent on the i or the u throughout the singular and in the third person plural of the present indicative and of the present subjunctive, and in the singular of the imperative.
Page 343 - When a verb has two or more subjects of different persons, it is put in the first person, if one of the subjects is of that person. If there is no subject of the first person, but one of the second person, then the verb must be considered as being of the second person. Eg, ' You and I shall never believe that.
Page 129 - El que, la que ; los que, las que, \ Lo cual, which (thing) ; lo que, that which, what. Cuyo, cuya ; cuyos, cuyas, whose, of which, which. Aquel que, or el que, he who, ) the one who, the one which Aquella que, or la que, she who, \ or that. Aquellos que, or los que, ) those who, or those which, the ones Aquellas que, or las que, f who or which.
Page 368 - With verbs represented by the following : — -acabar de, to have just. acordarse de, to remember to. alegrarse de, to be glad to. arrepentirse de, to repent of.
Page 129 - ... that which, what. cuyo, cuya; cuyos, cuyas, whose, of which, which. aquel que, or el que, he who, \ the one who, the one which aquella que, or la que, she who, ) or that. aquellos que, or los que, ) those who, or those which, the ones aquellas que, or las que, > who or which.
Page 79 - No lo afirmo, mas sospécholo, que en las cortes de los príncipes son pocos, y muy pocos, y aun muy poquitos, y muy repoquitos los que se tienen entera amistad y se guardan fidelidad; porque allí, con tal que el cortesano haga su facto, poco se le da perder o ganar al amigo. Bien...