Elements of Italian Grammar

Elements of Italian Grammar

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1866 edition. Excerpt: ...the medicine, they preferenza i., medicina i., had had the commiseration of everybody. I will have a commiserazione i. di tutti. un cake, thou shalt have the victory, he shall have bread /iitatiecio, vittoria f. pane and butter, we shall have revenge, you shall have my profi burro, vendetta i., protection, they shall have peace. Let him have liberty, let tezzione!., pace i. liberta f., us have something to eat, have prudence, let them have qualehe cosa da mangiare, prudenza, what they like. quello che gli piace. On The Subjunctive Of Avere. That I may have riches, that thou mayst have gold, ricchezza, oro, that he may have silver, that we may have copper, that argento, rame, you may have a fine horse, that they may have a contea cavallo, concert. If I had money, that thou mightst have plenty (of) ccrtova. Se denaro, molto business, that he might have a pair of boots, if we had affare pl. m., unpajodi stivali, Rome for the capital of Italy, that you might have Roma per capitale i. d" Italia, quietness, that they might have power. I should have tranquillita, potere. health, thou shouldst have my consent, he should have salute f., mio approvazione i., your advice, we should have scholars, you should have a il vostro consiglio, scolari, fine voyage, they would have a fine passage. That I bel viaggio m., bel passaggio m. may have had books, that thou mayst have had great libro pl. m. gran pain, that he may have had a -lock, that we may have pena, orologio m., had a lamp, that you may have had a carpet, that they lampada f. tappeto m. may have had houses of their own. That I might have case di loro proprieta. had all the property, that thou mightst have had nothing, tutto proprieta f. nulla, that he might have had a portion, that we...show more

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  • English
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  • 9781236638281