New Guide to Modern Conversations in English and Spanish

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Baudry, 1851
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Page 29 - Uno Dos Tres Cuatro Cinco Seis Siete Ocho Nueve Diez Once Doce Trece Catorce Quince Diez y seis Diez y siete Diez y ocho Diez y nueve...
Page 107 - We have had no winter this year. It is spring weather. To-day is a summer's day. I longed for the spring. It is the season I like best. It is the most pleasant of ail seasons. Every thing smiles in nature. Every thing seems to revive.
Page 114 - I want a needle. What are you going to sew ? I am going to mend my gown. This needle is too large. Here is another. This is too small. Give me some thread, some silk, some cotton, some worsted. What color do you want ? I want some red.
Page 62 - B*** at home? He is just gone out. He is gone out. He is not at home. Can you tell us where he is gone? I cannot tell you exactly.
Page 43 - I give you much trouble. I give you too much trouble. You take a great deal of trouble. You give yourself a great deal of trouble. I am sorry to trouble you so much. I am ashamed of the trouble I give you. No trouble at ail.
Page 61 - Do they still talk of war ? Do they think we shall have peace ? It is not likely. Have you heard from your brother ? Did you hear lately from your friend ? How long is it since he wrote to you ? I have not heard from him these two months. He has not written for three weeks, he has not written these three wecks.

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