Progessive Exercises in Spanish Prose Composition; With Notes and a Vocabulary

Progessive Exercises in Spanish Prose Composition; With Notes and a Vocabulary

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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. 1900 edition. Excerpt: ...que de calor hacia. 17. Render--and seemed diamonds the drops of dew when the first, etc. 18. Render--a sight that was worth while that we should get up early to (para) see it. 2O. Yes, I am, t(, que me gusta. 29. Render--it is probable that the crop be (subjunctive). 33. Put "seem to be very merry" first. 35. is ready to be housed, estd para ( 512) almacenar. 36. Render--the corn in (de) the field seems to promise much. 37. Render--but I hope that the present, etc. 38. Render--what is that strange noise? (what = cual, 427). 43. Render--it is said that the weather has been very dry in, etc. 44. in traveling, al viajar ( 1209). 47. felt: render--we felt the air much, etc. 48. was most lovely, era de las mas divinas ( 578). finer tint: plural in Spanish. than, de las ( 542) que se dibujaban. 50. most delightful: render--of the most delightful ( 578). 51. Render--I suppose that the storm, etc. kept: use imperfect subjunctive. 53. Render--there was a terrible fall of hail, and I never remember having heard thunder so loud. 54. were... so much so that: render--were so vivid that, etc. 55. Render--I suppose that you have heard that. Mr. B.'s... struck: render--the lightning (el rayo) has fallen on (en) the house of, etc. 58. the number of: render--the many. from lightning, causados por el rayo. Render--have made very general the use of the, etc. EXERCISE XIV A FIRE IN A WASHINGTON SUBURB Washington, Sunday, November 12, 1899. I. My dear Jennie: Thank you for sending such a nice letter to jog the memory of your lazy correspondent. 2. Instead of making excuses for my idleness, I will try to return your kindness as well as I am able. 3. We had quite a scare last night. 4. There was a fire real near here. 5. We...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 123667006X
  • 9781236670069