New Elements of Conversation, in English and French: A Work Composed Upon the Plan of that of Dr. Wanostrocht and John Perrin

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Cummings, Hilliard & Company, 1825 - 308 pages

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Page 103 - She was surprised at first. You have often lost your time. He died suddenly. I am sometimes idle. She seldom goes out. I shall come back, at the latest, at ten o'clock. Run with full speed. I shall always love you. It is done for ever. They make a continual noise. I shall write my letter at leisure. We usually breakfast at nine o'clock. At what o'clock do you generally dine ? We almost always dine at two o'clock. He hardly ever knew his lesson. He will succeed one time or other.
Page 142 - One perceives, that the days begin to decrease. It is a sign that we shall soon be at the end of the fine days. Not always ; we sometimes have summer in autumn, and winter in spring. I do not care about it; I shall not be in this country next winter.
Page 126 - It is a good thought; the walk is very pleasant. We shall see the king there. At what o'clock may one see him? At about four o'clock. Did you ever see him ? I have seen him sometimes, but at a great distance. To see him near, you must go on a Sunday to the royal chapel.
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