Conversazione italiana, or A collection of phrases and familiar dialogues in Italian and English

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J. Munroe, 1835 - Italian language - 223 pages
 

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Page 134 - Bring the flint, steel, and some matches. Good night, Sir, I hope you will sleep well. Don't forget to call me early in the morning. I have to go off at day-break. I will not fail to call you.
Page 26 - It is a long time since I had the pleasure to see her, or him.
Page 166 - I am much obliged to you for the honor you do me in believing me able to serve you.
Page 38 - Who knocks at the door? What! are you still in bed? Who is there, so early in the morning? Open the door. It is not locked. Lift up the latch. Are you not yet awake? It is time to get up. It is broad day-light. What o'clock is it? It is seven o'clock. I did not know what o'clock it was. I forgot to wind up my watch last night, and it has stopped. I went to bed very late. It was a quarter to one. I have not slept all night. I have not closed my eyes.

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