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accusative adjective adverb altro answer applied arrived avuto become beginning believe better called casa Class Compound Condit CONJUGATION conjunctive dare dative Eglino employed English examples expressed fare fear feminine Future gender Gerund give governed Imperf Imperfect Indicative Mood Infinitive instance Italian Italy kind king language LESSON live look manner masculine means mode names nature never nominative noun participle person phrase placed Plural poet preceding preposition Present Preterite pronoun quale reference require rule sense signify Signore Simple sing Singular sometimes speak speech stati stato Subjunctive Mood substantive taken tell Tense termination thee thing third thou tive tutto uomo verb volere vowel wish write
Page 164 - E come gli stornei ne portan l' ali, Nel freddo tempo, a schiera larga e piena; Cosi quel fiato gli spiriti mali: Di qua, di lÓ, di gi¨, di su gli mena; Nulla speranza gli conforta mai. Non che di posa, ma di minor pena. E come i gru van cantando !or lai, Facendo in aer di sÚ lunga riga; Cosi vid...
Page 10 - ... 2 due 3 tre 4 quattro 5 cinque 6 sei 7 sette 8 otto 9 nove 10 dieci 11 undici 12 dodici 13 tredici 14 quattordici 15 quindici 16 sedici 17...
Page 151 - ... to connect words with one another, and show the relation between them.
Page 10 - Finally, let's learn how to form the ordinal numbers. 1 st primo 2nd secondo 3rd terzo 4th quarto 5th quinto 6th sesto 7th settimo 8th ottavo 9th nono 10th decimo From this point on it's easy.
Page 72 - Singular. (I) have been (Thou) hast been (He) has been Plural. (We) have been (You) have been (They) have been 23 Past Perfect.
Page xxii - ARTICLE A or an is suppressed in Italian: 1. After the verbs to be, to become, with a noun expressing the country, profession, dignity or other •quality of the nominative of the verb: as, he is an Englishman,, egli e Inglese ; you will become an admiral , voi diverrete ammiraglio ; you say that you have been a merchant, voi mi dite die siete stato mercante.
Page 128 - If, in a phrase of this kind, there be an accusative of the third person in English, it becomes the nominative in Italian, and the verb conforms to it in number : as, They see a man ; si vede un uomo.
Page 57 - It is employed in like manner in the plural, with di, days, understood, and sometimes anni, years : A quanti siamo del mese ? What day of the month is it ? 33.