A First Book in Spanish: Or, A Practical Introduction to the Study of the Spanish Language: Containing Full Instructions in Pronunciation, a Grammar; Exercises on the Ollendorff Method of Constant Initation and Repetition; Reading Lessons; and a Vocabulary
Harper and Brothers, 1865 - 396 páginas
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accented action adjective adverb amado amigo años bien bueno called cartas casa comido Conjugation contar dinero dió employed English EXERCISE expressed feminine FIRST-FUTURE fué gave GERUND give hallado hermano hijo hombre IMPERATIVE IMPERFECT indicative INDICATIVE MOOD infinitive irregular John Juan judge juez language learner letters libros manner María Mary masculine meaning mood muger noun objective padre participle past PAST-PARTICIPLE Pedro perf person Peter plural preceded preposition pres present pron pronouns prop refers rendered requires rich rules señor sense sentences singular sometimes sound Spanish speak subjunctive syllable tenses tentar thing third thou tiempo tienen translated verb vivido vowel woman
Página 45 - Possessive pronouns agree in gender and number with the object possessed, and in person with the possessor : J'ai mes livres ; elle a les siens. I have my books ; she has hers. 123. Use of Possessive Pronouns. 1.
Página 20 - In Latin there are as many syllables in a word, as there are vowels or diphthongs in it ; unless when u with any other vowel comes after g, q, or s, as in lingua, qui, suadeo ; where the two vowels are not reckoned a diphthong, because the sound of the M vanishes, or is little heard.
Página 143 - When a verb has two or more subjects of different persons, it is put in the first person, if one of the subjects is of that person.
Página 36 - Adjectives which end with an, on, or o, and such as are derived from the names of nations, change not only from the singular to the plural, but also from the masculine to the feminine, to agree with the noun (expressed or understood) to which they belong ; as, Jíonibre generoso, generous man.
Página 394 - At sight, please to pay this first bill of exchange to Mr. A., the sum of two hundred and thirtysix francs, for value received of him in cash (or in goods), and place it to account as per advice from .... To Mr.
Página 136 - 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 Veinte Veinte y uno Veinte y dos Veinte y tres Veinte y cuatro Veinte y cinco Veinte y seis Veinte y siete Veinte y ocho Veinte y nueve Treinta...
Página 29 - A Pronoun is a word used instead of a noun, to avoid the too frequent repetition of the same word ; as, the man is happy, he is benevolent, he is useful.
Página 137 - ... four hundred five hundred six hundred seven hundred eight hundred...
Página 327 - ... y ancianos en las llamas, y salieron a morir en el campo raso con las armas en la mano. El grande Escipión fue testigo de la ruina de Numancia, pues no puede llamarse...
Página 70 - Spanish three conjugations : the first, compreheading verbs whose infinite ends in ar; the sucond, those ending in er; and the third, those ending in ir. Every verb consists of two parts — the root and the termination, or the verb-root and the verb-ending. The verb-root consists of those letters which are not changed by inflection ; as am in am-ar, am-o, ат-аЪа, am-é, am-arê.