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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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Vis that he would never again go with us. The amusing tricks
of his dog pleased the whole company. "We swam to the
assistance of the drowning child. The afflicted woman knew
not where to look for assistance. They placed the cover-
ed dish before the general. Have you seen the deserted
village? My sister will bring you the desired instructions.
The despairing old man hid his tears. The dead dog be-
longed to his brother-in law. Have you seen the picture
of the drinking sailor ? He caught her fainting daughter
in her arms. She showed me the broken glasses. A saddled
horse was ready for him. I like to see a smiling face.
43.
He wanted me to show . him my uncle's engravings. I
desired them to give me a fair copy of their exercises.
They wished us to send their letter to Paris as soon as
possible. My uncle desired me to stay at home until my
brother's return. I believed the child to be sick; but 1 am
glad it is not true. Why did he want us to conceal it
from his family? He did not wish you to leave town to
soon. Did he confess this letter to be of his own hand-
writing ? He determined on my being sent to a boarding-
school. He advised the book to be taken away from us.
I confirm these circumstances to be perfectly true. 1 do
not believe the ship to be arrived. The master required
the books to be shut. We observed her to be sad. She
knew him to be an honest man. They presumed us to
be rich. She remembered him to have been present.
He sufiered himself to be beaten. We sufiered ourselves
to be punished.
44.
Shall, zullcn, moeten. will, znllen, willen.
Shall my son show my horse? "Will you come with
me to my aunt's? We will bring you some very fine red