Handbook of travel-talk; conversations in English, German, French and Italian. (Title in Engl. and Fr.).

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Page 60 - Un, deux, trois, quatre, cinq, six, sept, huit, neuf, dix, onze, douze, Treize, quatorze, quinze, seize, dix-sept, dix-huit, dix-neuf, vingt.
Page 204 - He generally keeps good hours. I hear a knock. Very likely it is he that knocks. Go and see. Just so. It is he. I hope I have not made you wait. Not in the least. It is but ten o'clock. We never go to bed before lia 1 1
Page 94 - How can that be ? How is that possible ? That is impossible. Impossible ! It is not possible. That cannot be. I cannot think how. ... I am surprised at it. I am quite astonished at it. Cela me surprend. Vous me surprenez. Vous m
Page 34 - Was I ungrateful ? Wast thou not ashamed ? He was not ill. We were not wet. Were you astonished ? Were they not worthy ? Shall I be illustrious? Shalt thou not be obstinate?
Page 156 - J'espère que ce morceau est à votre goût. Il est excellent Maintenant, je vais vous envoyer un morceau de ce pâté. Je prendrai de préférence un morceau de ce pouding. Goûtez de l'un et de l'autre. Prenez plutôt un morceau de l'un et de l'autre.
Page 236 - Here is cabbage-lettuce, and coss-lettuce. This is endive. I prefer it to lettuce. You have a great plenty of them. I don't see any celery. It is in another part of the garden. I think your garden is pretty well stocked. You have plenty of every thing. It is better to have too much than too little.
Page 118 - I have not heard speak of that Did you read the papers ? What do the papers say? I have read no paper to-day. Did you see that in any paper ? It is only mentioned in a private letter.
Page 328 - I never get into an omnibus. Where are we now? We are in *** street. Conductor, set me down at the corner of *** street. Stop, if you please. Let me get down first. Take care. Give me your hand. Take hold of my hand, Hold my ami. Don't be in a hurry.
Page 404 - Your humble servant, etc., etc. Answer. Sir, Agreeably to your request, I have marked on each article, the price you wished to know ; showing at the same time, the retail prices, that you may judge of the profits. As I somewhat apprehend an advance in the prices, I recommend the present time as the best for yourself and amis, le moment présent, comme le plus favorable pour vos achats.
Page 238 - I must beg leave to go and get my stick. I will be with you in a minute. Now, I am ready to follow you. I am at your command.

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