Exercises on the Etymology, Syntax, Idioms and Synonyms of the Spanish Language

Exercises on the Etymology, Syntax, Idioms and Synonyms of the Spanish Language

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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. 1814 edition. Excerpt: ...created? For man. What will the queen creado A travel in? Her coach. What was the law written on J viajard n coche fui escrito en Two tables of stone. Whom did the Israelites murmur tabla piedra A murmuraron against? Moses. de Ntte a.--Whose sons are we? God's. Whose son somos Was Solomon? David's. Whose father is God? ours. fue es DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS. Rule 73. This is translated by the first; as, 'Ganare estepleyto, 1 shall guwthis lawsuit; mandare estos generos, I shall send these goods. These were his last words, Are these thoughts, fueron ultimo palabra son pensamiento O Telemachus! worthy of the son of Ulysses? He digno--delayed the execution until the last stage, this was at dilato. hasta posada fue en See Grammar, page 124. Cacabellos. My father wishes to marry me to this man., quiere A caiar con but this will never take place. A nunca tendrd efecto Rule 74. That may be rendered by the second or third; as, Esa carta, that letter; aquellos papeles, those papers. Those evils of which thou corhplainest, are caused mat quexas son causado by those pleasures to which thou didst give thyself up par placer te entregaste in thy youth. That poverty of thine, and those misjuventud ptbreza des fortunes of his proceeded from the same cause. That gracia procedieron mismo causa is to what I never shall consent. (S consentire Rule 75. English personal pronouns, followed' by a" relative, not agreeing in case, are generally resolved by the demonstrative in Spanish; as, Debemos premiar a quel que trabaja par la patria, we ought to reward him who labours for the country. Should we not call an enemy to the republic, no llamariamos A enemigo republica at him who should violate the laws? Thou didst violase A transgress them; him who...
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