Phrase Book; Or, Idiomatic Exercises in English and Tamil. Arranged Under Several Heads, with an Index

Phrase Book; Or, Idiomatic Exercises in English and Tamil. Arranged Under Several Heads, with an Index

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1841 edition. Excerpt: ...others go on foot. Madras is on the sea coast. This vessel is a coaster. Sweep away that cobweb. He is now Collector of Chilaw. Have you seen the new College1 What is the name of this colour in English? Take a comb and comb your hair. This affords me comfort in my trouble. Calcutta is the chief seat of commerce in India. The business of the society is conducted by a committee often persons. I have no companion. I shall be glad of your company to-morrow at one o'clock. He belongs to the house of Messrs. Gibson and Co. I am glad to be in his company. There is no comparison between him and her. Ships are navigated by the compass. Why act thus? have you no compassionl He is always coming with complaints. Sir, Mr. sends his compliments to you and begs, &c. He is a compositor at the Manepy press. Let us not indulge conceit. I have no concern in this business. This has caused her much concern. He has now left the concern., he is no longer a partner. This is the conclusion of the chapter. I saw a great concourse of people. My condition at least is better than his. (commended. His conduct is to be I place no confidence in what they say. The congregation had assembled in church. There is no connection in these sentences. She went without my consent. Never mind; that is a matter of no consequence..Let us take this into consideration. His constitution is very strong. Treat no one with contempt. This is a continuation of the former part. Are you fond of conversation1 Buy some cord and tie these things together. Is there no cork to this bottle? There was great plenty of corn last year. Our correspondence has now ceased. What will be the cost of these articles? They live in cottages. This country produces much cotton. Move this couch into the more

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  • Paperback
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 86g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236739450
  • 9781236739452