Vosotros temieseis, – – you might fear. I do not love him so much as I esteem him, no le quiero tdnto cudnto or como le estimo ; you study less than we, vm. The verb is conjugated ; it has modes, tenses, numbers, and per- sons, as will be seen hereafter. Despertur, to awake, despertado, despierto. Whosoever, whatsoever, cualquier-a, plur. These last pronouns, mio, tuyo, fyc. Ellos sean, esten, they may be.
When on the contrary the object of the action of the active verb is a noun that expresses an inanimate thing, the verb governs it in the accusative without any preposition. The relatives que, quien, cuyo ,-a,-os ,-as , govern the subjunctive, when the phrase is interrogative or negative, or when it expresses a doubt, desire or condition. On the contrary, in vcrisimil, probable, and sim- ilar cases, it is close, because e, in this last word, forms a part of the first syllable, and r begins the second. Tu hubiste temido, – – thou hadst feared. Tu hubieses amado, – – thou mightest have loved Kl hubiese amado, – – he might have loved. Jls much, as many, is translated by tdnto, -a-os-as, according to the gender and num- jber of the substantive, and the following as by como. The names of kingdoms, cities, towns, and villages, general- ly take, says the Madrid Academy, the gender of the appel- lative nouns, expressed or understood, to which they refer.
At the end of words when it is ac- cented; for example, in the third person of the singular of the preterite delinite of regular and several irregular verbs. Vuelva si gusta, please turn over.
Considering them afterwards as signs of our thoughts, we shall examine letrs nature, and their accidental variations, the order they observe between themselves, and the rules fs their union. We observe then, that we must use the verb ser, 1st.
But in such a case if there should be another conditional in the second member of the filmss, this last must take the third termina- tion, as in the preceding examples. My Lady Mary A. The accent lemains, lowing tlie x had not the circumflex accent over it, so A. The following do not take the article.
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Some, always joined to a noun, unos, unas, algimos,algunas. The superlative relative expresses a quality in the highest degree, by comparison with other objects, and it is formed in English by one of these articles or pronouns, the, of, or from the, to the; my, thy, his, her, its, our, piamnote, their, followed by most, least, best, worst; and in Spanish by one of these; el, la, los, las; del, de la, de los or de las; al, a la, d los or a las; mi, tu, su, nuestro, vuestro, su, sus, followed by mas, menos, mejor, peor; and these articles and pronouns must agree in gender and number with the noun to which they relate.
Have thou not, no tengas. Vosotros temieseis, – – you might fear. In the micj- d! Lastly, we call those verbs defective, that want certain tenses or certain novla, which use does not admit. Vosotros teniais, – you had.
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Su merced estd bueno; sus merci’des estdn buenos, you are well. Cuyos pies beso, whose feet 1 kiss.
Y6 haya temido, – – I may have feared. Tu tuviste, – thou hadst.
Punctuation is in Spanish the same as in English. Tu seas, estes, thou mayst be. The preterite on the contrary denotes the past time relative to the preceding verb; as, creia haberle visto, I thought I had seen him; literally, I thought to have seen him.
Espenendci experience; disiurbio, disturbance; Nica- ragua. Nosotros hubiesemos amado, we might have loved.
Se piensa, people think, or ren- dered by the passive voice; as, it is thought; Se dice, people say, or it is said. The verb estdr is often used as in English to be, before another verb to signify in a more positive manner that an action is doing, has been done, or will be done, at the very moment in which we speak, or of which we speak; and then the verb which follows is put in the gerund.
The adverbs jamds, nunca, never, follow the same rule. This letter is pronounced as ah in English. Prescribir, to prescribe, prescribido, prescnto. The gender originally denoted only the distinction of the sexes as male or female. In regard to verbs; as much as is expressed by tdnto cudnto or como. Each, every, cdda. Singular of both genders.
Nosotros tendremos, – – we shall have. Cien hombres, a hundred men; cicn mugeres, a hundred women. Nosotros hubieremos habido, – we shall havt had.
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I am as much loved as she is, soy tan amddo como ella. Vosotros hubiereis, – you will have. The masculine designates man or the male. Vosotros erais, estabais, you were. Eilos habian habido, they had had. Nosotros temiesemos, piamone ice might fear.