Ollendorff's New Method of Learning to Read, Write, and Speak the Italian Language Adapted for the Use of Schools and Private Teachers with Additions and Corrections by Felix Foresti
D. Appleton & Company, 1846 - 533 páginas
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abbiamo amato anco ancora andare answer Aver Avete avuto bisogna boots bread brother buon buoni buono butirro cappello casa cavallo ciò coat conjugated d'uopo danaro dative detto drink egli eglino English EXERCISES fare father fatto feminine fratello French give go thither grave accent hanno horse il di Lei Imperf infinitive intend it.—Have Italian Italian language Lesson Lezione libri libro looking-glasses luogo mend molto morning neighbour nouns o'clock one's padre pane parlare participle Passato past past participle Perfetto person plural person singular piace più Pluperfect Plur poco Pres Preterite preterite definite procuri pronoun qualcuno rimoto sarà seen sell servant siamo Signore sister speak stato subj subjunctive tell tempo thing thou troppo tutto uomini uomo verbs vino Voglio vuol wine wish to buy wish to go write zucchero
Página 470 - Being one day called out of his study into the next room, Diamond was left behind. When Sir Isaac returned, having been absent but a few minutes, he had the mortification to find that, Diamond...
Página 533 - On the contrary, modern authors, influenced by the existing principles relative to social improvement, and by a philosophical criticism far superior to that of the ancients, wrote in Italy, as elsewhere, with more depth of thought, freshness and vigour of style, and in a tone and spirit more in accordance with the opinions and taste of the present time ; and it is quit* probable their writings will be more relished by the readers of to-day.
Página 139 - You have neither been in mine, nor in that of my friend, but in that of the Englishman. 98. Has the Italian been in our warehouses, or in those of the Dutch ? — He has neither been in ours nor in those of the Dutch, but in those of the Germans. — Hast thou already been at the market ? — I have not yet been, but I intend to (Obs.
Página 110 - It is the third, (Lesson XIV.) — What day of the month is it to-morrow ? — To-morrow is the fourth. — Are you looking for any one ? — I am not looking for any one. — What is the painter looking for ? — He is not looking for any thing. — Whom are you looking for ? — I am looking for your son.