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1stform afternoon Alhambra arrived baúl become believe billetes book bull fight called change city class cláusula dependiente coffee cold Conde de Montecristo CUESTIONARIO custom house door EJERCICIO ORAL emplea español first give going good good-by gusta a Vd habl-e aprend-a viv-a half past hear hubiera hablado interest irregular Irún isteis James Smith know last leave LECCIÓN letter Madrid mañana Modismos morning Museo del Prado necessary never Números cardinales o'clock one's oración condicional order participle Past abs past absolute Past subj pide Vd play Pres pronombre personal Quiere Vd régimen directo REPASO DE GRAMÁTICA return right roast beef room sick soon sorry Spain speak stem subjunctive Subjuntivo en cláusulas subst substantivo syllable take taxímetro tell third ticket time train trunk trunks verbo Verbo irregular Verbs ending walk warm watch weather wish write written year yours
Page 127 - 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 131 - ... whenever that vowel is stressed (this happens in the first, second and third persons singular and third person plural of the present indicative and present subjunctive, and in the singular imperative) ; such verbs are called radical-changing. They are otherwise regular, save that a few of them effect a change in a few other forms (3rd sing, and 3rd plur. of the past tense, etc.)- Radical-changing verbs appearing in the vocabulary are indicated by the changed vowel...
Page 128 - The present subjunctive of almost all verbs is formed by adding the regular inflectional endings of that tense to the stem of the first person singular of the present indicative...
Page 137 - IMPERATIVE (sing.) sal 18. ser, siendo, sido, to be PRES. IND. soy, eres, es, somos, sois, son PRES. SUBJ. sea, seas, sea, seamos, seáis, sean IMP.
Page 6 - ¿Qué hora es? what time is it? Es la una, it is one o'clock.
Page 131 - cir" preceded by a consonant change "c" to "z" before "a
Page 169 - TO., stationer, par, m., pair, couple, para, for, to, in order to ; — que, in order that.
Page 152 - ... hands; — un paseo to take a walk; — un paso to take a step; — una vuelta to take a walk; — voces...