Nouveau guide de conversations modernes ou Dialogues usuels et familiers, en six langues, français, anglais, allemand, russe, polonais, suédois, par mm. Bellenger [and others].

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B. Behr, 1854 - English language - 472 pages
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Page 79 - B. 1 wish you a good morning. I am happy to see you. I have not seen you this age. It is a novelty to see you. Pray, sit down.
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