Overige edities - Alles bekijken
Adjectives amado amigo article aunt beautiful believe book bought brother buen caballo carta change coffee Conjugation country cousin ditto divided doors Dresda eldest ending English Examples Exercises father fear feminine first followed following French Language friend Future garden German Language Gerund give going good great habia habrá habria Hamburgo hermano hijo home horse house hubiéra hubiérais hubiéramos Imperative Imperfect Indicative John Dalton know language less letter letters little little brother love madre mother night noun nouns o'clock padre Participles Past Indefinite Pluperfect Plural pretty pronounced rich room SALVO'S Spanish Grammar same seen shall have sister sound speak street Subjunctive syllable take tambien tell temido tenia Termination they think thou three to-day told town uncle used Verbs Vocabulary vowels weather wish word words write written your
Pagina 100 - Pray tell me what time it is. It is one o'clock. It is past one. It has struck one. It is a quarter past one. It is half past one. It wants ten minutes to two. It is not yet two o'clock.
Pagina 101 - It is very mild. It is cold. It is excessively cold. It is raw weather. It rains. It has been raining. It is going to rain. I feel some drops of rain. There are some drops of rain falling.
Pagina 97 - Let us take your brother on our way. As you please. Is Mr. B*** at home? He is just gone out. He is gone out. He is not at home. Can you tell us where he is gone? I cannot tell you exactly.
Pagina 97 - Going and Coming. Where are you going? I am going home. I was going to your house. Where do you come from? I come from my brother's. I am coming from church.
Pagina 104 - Have you breakfasted ? Not yet. You come just in time. You will breakfast with us. Breakfast is ready. Come to breakfast. Do you drink tea, or coffee T Would you prefer chocolate f I prefer coffee.
Pagina 9 - When three consonants come between two vowels, the first two of them belong to the first syllable, if the second of said consonants be s, and the third to the second syllable ; as, cons-ti-tu-cion, ins-pi-rar.
Pagina 29 - Exercises. The garden of my uncle is large. I have seen the horse of thy father. Have you found the book of my sister? My son has lost his hat. My brother is tall, but my sister is little. "We have seen the horse of thy father. I have received this pen from my aunt. We have written a letter to our uncle and to our aunt.