Titel: Nieuwe leerwijze der Engelsche taal
Deel: Tweede cursus
Auteur: Gerdes, E.
Uitgave: Amsterdam: P.N. van Kampen, 1856
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elegant. Here are the bed-rooms and the parlour. There
is not a single chimney that smokes. The kitchen, the
pantry, every thing is neat and provided with presses.
Are the cellars fine? Yes, they are fine and deep. The
garrets are very spacious. There is also a very beautiful
garden, which I must show you. I will see it, when I
come back with my architect.
Fan den tijd.
Sunday, Zondag. Winter, winter.
Monday, Maandag. Januarij, Januarij.
Tuesday, Dingsdag. Fehruarij, Fehruarij.
Wednesday , Woensdag. March, Maart.
Thursday, Donderdag. April, April.
Friday, Vrijdag. May, Mei.
Saturday, Zaturdag. June, Junij.
a holiday , een feestdag. July, Julij.
a tcorking-day, een werkdag. August, Augustus.
tile season, het jaargetijde. September, September.
Spring , Summer, lente. October, October.
zomer. November, November.
Autumn , herfst. December, December.
To-day I have been at my uncle's garden To morrow
we shall go into the country, and the day after to-morrow
we shall set out for Brussels. My brother arrived monday
last. Our holidays will begin tuesday or Wednesday. What
day of the week is this? It is thursday. Friday is the
sixth day of the week. Saturday is the sabbath of the
jews. Spring begins on the twenty first of March. Ja-
nuary and February are commonly very cold. April and
May are more pleasant. The month of June has only
thirty days, but the month of July has thirty one. Au-
gust is the eighth month of the year. Autumn is with
us the most pleasant season. The winter has been very