Manual of German Conversation, a Choice and Comprehensive Collection of Sentences on the Ordinary Subjects of Everyday Life, with a Copious Vocabulary: On an Entirely New and Simple Plan
F.A. Brockhaus, 1855
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Page v - MANUAL OF GERMAN CONVERSATION: Choice and Comprehensive Collection of Sentences on the ordinary Subjects of every-day Life, with a copious Vocabulary; on an entirely new and simple Plan. By Dr. Oscar Busch. 8vo. , neatly bound in cloth. This Manual consists of a series of Sentences to the number of nearly eight thousand, and is calculated to impart a thorough knowledge of the Groundwork and Construction...
Page 216 - In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. And God said, Let there be light: and there was light. And God saw the light, that it was good: and God divided the light from the darkness.
Page 278 - The steamer can accommodate thirty first-cabin passengers. l advise you to secure a bed (sieeping-berth) at once. Take down my name, and give me a ticket. Be sure to come on board before six o'ciock.
Page 277 - How long will our passage last? How long shall we be at sea? The wind is tolerably fair. Going up the river takes us (en hours.
Page 51 - Early to bed, and early rise Makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise promet Ó ceux qui le pratiquent.
Page 277 - It does, except wine. Can carriages and horses be taken on board? How much is the charge for two horses and the expense for embarking and landing them?
Page 233 - The plumage is splendid. The eagle is a bird of prey. He has a huge, hooked beak, and enormous talons. He will touch no carrion.
Page 310 - At what o'clock are letters delivered? Are there any letters for me? A letter to be left till called for.