El Capitan Veneno the Hispanic Series

El Capitan Veneno the Hispanic Series

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Extracto: ...3. He appreciates it of her, and is glad to cause her less dread of himself. 4. He talks to Angustias still as though talking to soldiers. 5. His eyes follow her and rest on her and inquire what her sadness is about. 6. He says to her: "Don't serve me in silence and be so sad!" 7. He asked her mother what ailed her daughter. 8. She quits her smiling and gets angry. 9. I guess you are mad and I know why. 10. If she flees, he repents and asks what she wants. EXERCISE 18 III. vi. Catastrofe 1. The poor widow gets sick as the captain gets well. 2. They put the widow's bedroom opposite his. 3. They see each other and can talk and Rosa can watch with both at night. 4. They did put the sick people so they could see each other. 5. Dona Teresa dozed and calmed down the next day. 6. If Angustias should not stay, something would happen. 7. The girl bids her mother to yield to the orders of the doctor. 8. It must be two o'clock and Angustias has retired; the servant is sitting up (watching) but snoring. 9. George does not sleep, but hears the widow breathe hard and call him. 10. Angustias did not wake up till after the mother had talked with the captain and was already dead. EXERCISE 19 IV. i. De como el capitan llego a hablar solo 1. Fifteen days more have passed and the convalescent is able to get about rapidly. 2. He could have gone home, but he stayed. 3. He sees he can't wish to do what he ought to do. 4. My father imagined it all when I was born; and killed himself. 5. After all these years I come and fall into the hands of these women. 6. The old marquis had called George silly and now George calls him silly. 7. If she doesn't come, we shall no longer talk and laugh while we eat and drink. 8. She did not know what her mother told him. 9. I am deceiving her for I have no money in my purse. 10. She will not go on thus when she knows. EXERCISE 20 IV. ii. Batalla campal 1. "Let us be superior to our fears," said she. 2. I do not lack courage and can...show more

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  • Paperback | 70 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 141g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • Spanish
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236712803
  • 9781236712806