Ollendorff's New Method of Learning to Read, Write, and Speak the Spanish Language: With an Appendix ... Together with Practical Rules for the Spanish Pronunciation and Models of Social and Commercial Correspondence. The Whole Designed for Young Learners, and Persons who are Their Own Instructors

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D. Appleton & Company, 1863 - Spanish language
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Page 440 - The Conjugation of a verb is the regular combination and arrangement of its several numbers, persons, moods, and tenses. The conjugation of an active verb is styled the ACTIVE VOICE ; and that of a passive verb, the PASSIVE VOICE.
Page 387 - It happened that a young soldier, born in France, who had served in his own country, desired to enlist in the Prussian service. His figure caused him to be immediately accepted ; but he was totally ignorant of the German dialect ; and his captain giving him notice that the king would question him in that tongue the first time he should see him...

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