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A Grammar of the Italian Language - Page 30
by Antonio Boschi - 1850 - 228 pages
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A Grammar of the Italian Language

Ferdinando Ciciloni - Italian language - 1825 - 286 pages
...Quattrocento. 1,000 Mille. 2,000 Due mila. 100,000 Cento mila. 1,000,000 Un milione. 2,000,000 Due milioni. Distributive. Ad uno ad uno, one by one. A due a due, tzoo by two. A tre a tre, three by three; and so on. Un pajo, a pair. Una decina, half a score. Una...
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The Complete Italian Master: Containing the Best and Easiest Rules for ...

Veneroni (sieur de) - Italian language - 1827 - 444 pages
...quadrupKcdto, centuplicdto, single, double, threefold, fourfold, a hundredfold. The distributive nouns are, , ad uno ad uno, one by one ; a due a due, two by two. In French and English all ordinal numbers may be formed into adverbs, but in Italian they have only...
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De Porquet's Italian grammar; or, Grammatica romana. [With] Chiave

Louis Philippe R. Fenwick de Porquet - 1848
...quarter of a score a score A are dropped before wno. Ex. — vent' uno, trent' wno .We also say—ad uno ad uno one by one; a due a due, two by two, &c. Q.—As adjectives must agree in gender with the nouns or substantives which they qualify, pray,...
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De Porquet's Italian grammar; or, Grammatica romana. [With] Chiave

Louis Philippe R. Fenwick de Porquet - 1848
...seventieth eightieth ninetieth hundredth thousandth the last a quarter of a score a score We also say—ad uno ad uno one by one; a due a due, two by two, &c. Q.—As adjectives must agree in gender with the nouns or substantives which they qualify, pray,...
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A theoretical and practical Italian grammar, by E. Lemmi and mrs. Lemmi

Enrico Lemmi, Lemmi (mrs.) - 1853
...oggi. Sono le sette e mezzo. 70. Distributive and collective numbers agree with their substantives; as Ad uno ad uno, One by one. A due a due, Two by two. Tutti e due, Both. Tutti e tre, All three. Una decina, Ten. Una dozzina, A dozen, Una ventina, A score....
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The first Italian book, by P. Pifferi and D.W. Turner. [With] Key, Volume 1

Paolo Pifferi, Dawson William Turner - 1853
...place, thirdly ; in quarto luogo, in the fourth place, fourthly. 224 The distributive numbers are : ad uno ad uno, one by one ; a due a due, two by two, &c. ; tutti e due, both the two ; tutti e tre, all the three. 225 The collective numbers are : una...
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A Grammar of the Italian Language

Luigi Monti - Italian language - 1855 - 252 pages
...NUMBERS. 95. The following is the form in which distributive numbers are used ; namely, Ad lino ad uno, one by one ; A due a due, two by two, etc., etc.; U'na mela, one half; Un te'rzo, one third; Un qudr/o, one fourth, etc., etc. 96. The...
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An Italian and English grammar, from the Italian and French grammar of ...

Angelo Vergani - 1855
...luogo, in quarto luogo, in the third place, in the fourth place, &c. The distributive numbers are, aduno ad uno, one by one; a due a due, two by two; tutti e due, both; tutti e tre, all three, &c. Collective numbers are, una decina, ten ; una dozzina,...
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Italian Grammar

Ferdinando Ciciloni - 1857
...SOlh Ottantesimo, or ottuagesimo. 90th Novantesimo, or nonagesimo. 100th Centesimo. 4000th Millesimo. DISTRIBUTIVE. Ad uno ad uno, one by one, A due a due, two by two. COLLECTIVE. Un pajo, a pair. Una decina, half a shore. •Una dozzina, a dozen. Una ventina, a score....
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An Elementary Grammar of the Italian Language ...

G. B. Fontana - 1860
...fifty. Un centinaio . . . About a hundred. Un migliaio . . . About a thousand. DISTRIBUTIVE NUMBERS. Ad uno ad uno . . . One by one. A due a due .... Two by two. A died a died . . . Ten by ten. A venti a venti . . . Twenty by twenty. Una voUa .... Once. Due voile...
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