Easy Spanish Reader

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Contents

I
xiii
III
3
V
6
VI
10
VII
14
VIII
17
X
20
XI
24
XLIII
116
XLIV
126
XLV
131
XLVI
143
XLVIII
148
XLIX
155
LI
159
LII
164

XIII
28
XV
33
XVII
36
XVIII
41
XIX
46
XX
50
XXII
56
XXIV
61
XXVI
64
XXVIII
70
XXX
75
XXXII
80
XXXIV
87
XXXVI
91
XXXVIII
97
XL
103
XLI
108
LIV
170
LVI
176
LVIII
182
LX
188
LXI
194
LXIII
202
LXIV
207
LXVI
217
LXVII
224
LXIX
229
LXXI
237
LXXII
245
LXXIII
255
LXXV
272
LXXVII
286
LXXIX
293
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Page 321 - ¿cuál? which? what? which one? cualquiera, any one; anybody, the first that comes along cuando, when; de vez en —, from time to time ¿cuándo? when? cuanto, -a, as much as, as many as; pi., all; en —, as soon as, when; en — a, as to, in regard to ¿cuánto, -a?
Page vi - Hunt, general editor of the series of which this book is a part, were invaluable in guiding us through some of the more difficult stages in the writing.
Page 339 - I H habré), aux. of tense, to have ; as impersonal verb, there is, there are, etc.; hay, there is, there are ; había, there was, there were; ha habido, there has been, there have been...
Page iii - Company, 1919. XI + 386 pp. In the preface we find that this book is designed to furnish "a very large amount of easy reading," and that the material "should deal with the ordinary experiences which enter into the lives of the pupils by whom the book is to be used." The authors state that the book is intended to be as easy as possible without being wooden or unidiomatic ; difficult or rare idioms are avoided; tenses are introduced one at a time and in order; each lesson illustrates some special topic...
Page 351 - ... my, of mine ; el mío, la mía, los míos, las mías, poss. pron., mine.
Page 38 - Con los ojos vemos y miramos; con los oídos, oímos y escuchamos; con nuestro sentido del tacto sentimos y sabemos de la profundidad y la calidad de la forma, y así en cada una de nuestras capacidades sensibles opera un funcionalismo dual: por una parte, la pura sensación informe, imprecisa y sin contorno, y, por la otra, la percepción — visual, auditiva o táctil...

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