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Titel: Nieuwe leerwijze der Engelsche taal
Deel: Tweede cursus
Auteur: Gerdes, E.
Uitgave: Amsterdam: P.N. van Kampen, 1856
Auteursrechten: Zie auteursrechten
Citeerinstructie: Bijzondere Collecties van de Universiteit van Amsterdam, UBM: P.B. 580 : 1e dr. (dl. II)
URL: https://schoolmuseum.uba.uva.nl/bookid/LCSM_205055
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Over de onbepalende wijs en het deelwoord.
I had the honour of speaking to him. He has had the
misfortune of sustaining heavy losses. She will not have
the boldness to deny that. We had the pleasure of finding
that which we were looking for. You have promised to
come and see me. My father has permitted me to go to
the concert. Your brothers has advised me to wait a
little longer. My mother has ordered him to stay at home.
I am afraid of telling it him. I request you to tell your
father, that we will wait for him. He has forgotten to
pay his uncle a visit. We have proposed to him to take
a walk with us. We flatter ourselves to see you at our
house this afternoon. He has threatened him to inform his
father of it. It seldom depends on us to have many
friends, and to be satisfied. My nephew has begged me to
lend him my horse for a few days. You would greatly
oblige me to recommend me to him. I am obliged to set
out to-morrow. I am sorry not to be able to stay any
longer.
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I have invited Mr, N. to dine with us. We have em-
ployed that money to relieve several honest families. He
has consented to defray the charges. You must accustom
yourself to speak distinctly. I practise to write french
letters. That man thinks of nothing but eating and drink-
ing. My uncle has a beautiful horse to sell. This fish
is not good to eat. My son has still to write seve-
ral letters. Help me to finish my exercise. What more
have you got to do to-day? Whose turn is it to play? I
am to play, and 'you are not. There is somebody who