A Progressive German Reader, Adapted to the American Edition of Ollendorff's German Grammar

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D. Appleton & Company, 1857 - German language - 12 pages
 

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Page 306 - AN EASY INTRODUCTION TO SPANISH CONVERSATION, containing all that is necessary to make a rapid progress in it. Particularly designed for persons who have little time to study, or are their own instructors. By M. Velasquez de la Cadena.
Page 306 - A NEW SPANISH READER. Consisting of Extracts from the works of the most approved Authors in Prose and Verse, arranged in progressive order, with especial reference to those who wish to obtain a practical knowledge of the Language. With Notes explanatory of the Idioms and most difficult constructions, and a Copious Vocabulary. By M. VELASQUEZ DE LA CADENA. 12mo. Price $1 25. CERVANTES
Page 52 - where didst thou get the little song ? " " Italy ! " said Mignon, with an earnest air. " If thou go to Italy, take me along with thee ; for I am too cold here.
Page 306 - This is one of the best elementary Spanish Readers, not only for the purposes of self-instruction, but also as a class-book for schools, that has ever been published. The contents are varied in style, including didactic, descriptive, colloquial, and poetical. Also, containing a full Vocabulary. The orthography conforms to that established by the Royal Academy of Madrid.
Page 133 - As when fire is with water commixed and contending ; And the spray of its wrath to the welkin upsoars, And flood upon flood hurries on, never ending ; And it never will rest, nor from travail be free, Like a sea that is laboring the birth of a sea.

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