Clave de Los Ejercicios Del Metodo Para Aprender a Leer, Escriber Y Hablar El Frances, Segun El Verdadero Sistema de Ollendorff

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D. Appleton y compania, 1865 - 80 pages
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Page 83 - EASY INTRODUCTION TO SPANISH CONVERSATION, containing all that is necessary to make a rapid progress in it. Particularly designed for persons who have little time to study, or are their own instructors. By...
Page 82 - The parts of the irregular verbs in Spanish and English are here, for the first time, given in full, in their alphabetical order. The work likewise contains a grammatical synopsis of both languages, arranged for ready and convenient reference.
Page 84 - Spanish Grammar. Being a New, Practical, and Easy Method of Learning the Spanish Language ; after the System of AF AHN, Doctor of Philosophy, and Professor at the College of Neuss. First American Edition, revised and enlarged.
Page 89 - With an Appendix, containing the Cardinal and Ordinal Numbers, and full Paradigms of the Regular and Irregular, Auxiliary, Reflective, and Impersonal Verbs, by JL Jewett.
Page 90 - Language, as it is spoken in the present day, and as it is presented in the works of the modern authors of France, without the risk of sullying the mind of the young reader, by...
Page 85 - Ollendorff ; ordenado en lecciones progresivas, consistiendo de ejercicios orales y escritos ; enriquecido de la pronunciacion figurada como se estila en la conversacion ; y de un Apendice abrazando las reglas de la sintaxis, la formacion de los verbos regulares, y la conjugacion de los irregulares. Por Teodoro Simonne', Professor de Lenguas.
Page 86 - That some four thousand new French words, connected with science, art, and literature, have been added.
Page 82 - The pronunciation of the Castilian language is so clearly set forth in this dictionary, as to render it well-nigh impossible for any person who can read English readily, to fail of obtaining the true sounds of the Spanish words at sight...
Page 89 - Regular and Irregular Verbs ; a Practical Method to Trace the Infinitive of a Verb out of any of its Inflections ; Models of Sentences in their different Forms ; and a Series of the most useful Idiomatical Phrases.
Page 87 - ... words in common use, and those in science and the fine arts, historical and geographical names, etc., with the pronunciation of every word according to the French Academy, together with such critical remarks as will be useful to every learner. It is published in a form of extreme condensation, and yet contains so full a compilation of words, definitions, etc., as scarcely to leave any thing to be desired.

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