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A New Spanish Grammar: Adapted to Every Class of Learners (Classic Reprint)
Cubi Y. Soler
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accent action adjective agree become begins bien body called casa conjugation conjunction considered denotes Dios drink employed English estádo example EXERCISES existence expressed father feminine formed Future Gerund give govern grammar haber herido hombre hundred IMPERATIVE Imperfect indefinite INDICATIVE Infinitive instance irregular kind king letter libro manner meaning MOOD nature necessary never Note noun objective observed one's padre Participle Perfect person plural possessive praise preceded preposition Present Preterite pronoun reference relation rendered require RULE sell Señor sentence sílabas Singular sometimes sound Spanish Spanish language speak student SUBJUNCTIVE tenido tenses termination thing third Thou tiempo tion translated unite verb versos vowel walk wounded writing written
Page 310 - The sides of the mountains were covered with trees; the banks of the brooks were diversified with flowers; every blast shook spices from the rocks and every month dropped fruits upon the ground.
Page 465 - In witness whereof, the Master of the said vessel hath affirmed to three Bills of Lading, all of this tenor and date, one of which being accomplished, the others to stand void.
Page 72 - ... first second third fourth fifth sixth seventh eighth ninth tenth eleventh twelfth thirteenth fourteenth fifteenth sixteenth seventeenth eighteenth nineteenth twentieth twenty-first...
Page 191 - Syntax principally consists of two parts, Concord and Government. Concord is the agreement which one word has with another, in gender, number, case, or person. Government is that power which one part of speech has over another, in directing its mood, tense, or case.
Page 441 - How is it with your health ? How is your health ? Do I see you in health ? Do you continue in good health ? Pretty good, and how is yours ? Do I see you well ? Very well, and how do you do? How have you been since I had the pleasure of seeing you?
Page 460 - Señor mió :* deseando estaolecer en esa ciudad una correspondencia segura con un sujeto de probidad para las varias comisiones y encargos, que puedan ocurrirme en los asuntos de mi comercio ; informado de las circunstancias y calidades, que concurren en V. me tomo la libertad de suplicarle se sirva aceptar el encargo de corresponsal mió, y de informarme de su resolución para mi gobierno.
Page 317 - The future is frequently used instead of the present, and the future perfect instead of the perfect, in order to express a supposition or probability. As: (§r ttrirb Ijmtgrig feilt, / suppose he is hungry ; er IDirb hunflrig gemefen feilt, he has probably been hungry.
Page 454 - We have not cups enough. We want two cups more. Bring another spoon, and a saucer. You have not brought in the sugartongs. Do you take sugar ? Do you take cream? I will thank you for л little more milk.