Ollendorff's New Method of Learning to Read, Write, and Speak: the Spanish Language: With an Appendix ... Together with Practical Rules for the Spanish Pronunciation, and Models of Social and Commercial Correspondence. The Whole Designed for Young Learners, and Persons who are Their Own Instructors ...

D. Appleton & Company, 1866 - 558 páginas

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Página 544 - No hagas muchas pragmáticas; y si las hicieres, procura que sean buenas, y, sobre todo, que se guarden y cumplan; que las pragmáticas que no se guardan lo mismo es que si no lo fuesen; antes dan a entender que el príncipe que tuvo discreción y autoridad para hacerlas no tuvo valor para hacer que se guardasen...
Página 556 - Words in Common Use, Terms connected with Science and the Fine Arts, Historical, Geographical, and Biographical Names, with the Pronunciation according to the French Academy and the most eminent Lexicographers and Grammarians. The Second Part is an ample Dictionary of English words, with the Pronunciation according to the best Authorities.
Página 544 - Para ganar la voluntad del pueblo que gobiernas, entre otras, has de hacer dos cosas : la una, ser bien criado con todos, aunque esto ya otra vez te lo he dicho ; y la otra, procurar la abundancia de los mantenimientos ; que no hay cosa que más fatigue el corazón de los pobres, que la hambre y la carestía.
Página 385 - How old are you ? How long have you been in my service ? Are you satisfied with your pay and treatment ?" It happened that a young soldier, born in France, who had served in his own country, desired to enlist in the Prussian service. His figure caused him...
Página 388 - Cornelia dexterously (adroitement) turned the conversation to another subject to wait the return of her sons, who were gone to the public schools. "When they returned, and entered their mother's apartment, she said to the Campanian lady, pointing to them (montrer): "These are my jewels, and the only ornaments (la parure) I prize (jpriser).
Página 558 - With an Appendix, containing the Cardinal and Ordinal Numbers, and full Paradigms of the Regular and Irregular, Auxiliary, Reflective, and Impersonal Verbs, by JL Jewett.

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