Il tesoretto dello scolare italiano; or, The art of translating easy English into Italian at sight: With a complete English and Italian lexicon ... Being a new method

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J. Avezzana, 1841 - Italian language - 172 pages
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Page 30 - said to his father, pray, dear father, give me a little salt, if you please. What will you do with it ? said the father. I shall use it with the
Page 24 - find it. We could not find them. I could walk much better six years ago. I, indeed, cannot spend so much money. He cannot go to the play without the leave of his parents. That is right enough. They cannot finish to-day. Can you not write to them the day after to-morrow ? Can he not come now
Page 33 - travelled nearly ten thousand miles by land and forty thousand miles by sea. You will perceive in the Italian language a great affinity to the French. You will understand French in a short time. Put the candle upon the table, and the snuffers also. You have broken my stool, and you must
Page 60 - be able to judge of his abilities. When I have learned French, I intend to study German. When they have answered my letter, I will then go and see them. When I have friends staying with me, I seldom study. When I am in France I do
Page 28 - Castle, Leicester. 51. I came from home, where I resided- eight months. What I have given you for that desk is more than it is worth. The brother and sister are ill. The father and brother are dead. That which he says is true. Men and women are mortal. I know
Page 66 - indeed. How many do you count in a bar ? That note is too flat, the other is too sharp. You have no ear ; my ear is excellent. Who tunes your instrument ? Mr. D., of Chelmsford ; he is an excellent tuner : he comes from London, I believe. Now, mind your time. He brews seldom any good beer. Yield to his
Page 63 - The general was attended by the chief officers of the staff. I am in hopes now to overcome all the difficulties of that beautiful language. Do they attend church ? I attend lectures on chemistry every Friday. He never attends to his French. My master attends me once a week. Who attended your daughter during her last illness
Page 38 - have done my duty I shall leave you. When we go to church we ought to pray for every one. Both are broken. Take both. Do you pay by the week, or by the year ? He came lately from France. I expected you the day before yesterday. Dear Mother,
Page 15 - am pleased with them, you do not care. I shall be very angry with you, if you neglect thus your duties. I do not care. Are you satisfied, madam? Yes, sir, I am. We are happy, and they are not. Are you the daughter of Mrs. B. ? Yes,

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