German for Americans

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I. Kohler, 1889 - German language - 219 pages

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Page 63 - I'll tell you what. I assure you that.... I promise you that.... I warrant it. That, I can assure you. This is what I can assure you. This is what I can tell you. Rely upon what I tell you I'll swear that.... I say it is. — I say yes.
Page 69 - I say? — Do you understand me. I did not hear you, understand you. Listen to me. You do not listen to me. Do you hear me now?
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Page 67 - Do they still talk of war ? Do they think we shall have peace ? It is not likely. Have you heard from your brother ? Did you hear lately from your friend ? How long is it since he wrote to you ? I have not heard from him these two months.

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