Manual of German Conversation Or, Vademecum for English Travellers

Trübner & Company, 1861 - 159 pagina's

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Pagina 161 - Practical Grammar of the German Language (intended as a Sequel to the foregoing Work), 'with a Grammatical Index and a Glossary of all the German Words occurring in the Work.
Pagina 61 - I am speaking to you. I am not speaking to you. What do you say? What did you say? I say nothing. Do you hear? Do you hear what I say?
Pagina 66 - 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.
Pagina 62 - I was eighteen years old last week. You do not look so old. You look older. I thought you were older. I did not think you were so old. How old may your uncle be ? He may be sixty years old. He is about sixty years old. He is more than fifty years old.
Pagina 161 - New, Practical, and Easy Method of Learning the Italian Language. First and Second Courses.
Pagina 71 - I dou't think I can. I cannot say it perfectly. Why did you not learn your lesson? I forgot to learn it. I learned it last night. I could say it yesterday. It is too difficult. I could not learn it. I have not had time to learn it. Learn it again. I shall get it perfectly by tomorrow.
Pagina 70 - Bring it as quickly as possible. Make haste. Take the plate with you. Is your tea sweet enough? Have I put sugar enough in your tea ? It is excellent. I do not like it quite so sweet.
Pagina 65 - It is bad walking. It is day-light. It is dark. It is night. It is moon-light. Do you think it will be fine weather ? I do not think that it will rain.
Pagina 78 - I will be with you in a minute. Now, I am ready to follow you. I am at your command. We will go when you please.
Pagina 159 - Gesenius' Hebrew and English Lexicon of the Old Testament, including the Biblical Chaldee, from the Latin. By EDWARD ROBINSON. Fifth Edition.

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