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" Dialogues adapted to the usual precisions of the life. For that reason we did put, with a scrupulous exactness, a great variety own expressions to english and Portuguese idioms ; without to attach us selves (as make some others) almost at a literal translation... "
Travels in Portugal - Page 241
by Oswald Crawfurd - 1875 - 354 pages
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The Massachusetts Teacher, Volume 19

Education - 1866
...first includes a greatest vocabulary proper names by alphabetical order : and the second fourty-three Dialogues adapted to the usual precisions of the life....— foreign to speak very bad any of the mentioned idiotisms We expect then who the little hook (for the care what we wrote him and for her typographical...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 30

Henry Mills Alden, Lee Foster Hartman, Frederick Lewis Allen, Thomas Bucklin Wells - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1865
...own expressions to euglish and portugués« idioms; without to attach us selves (as make some other*) almost at a literal translation : translation what only will be for to accustom the portugués« pupils, or-foreign, to speak very bad any of the mentioned idioms. "We were increasing...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 30

Henry Mills Alden, Lee Foster Hartman, Frederick Lewis Allen, Thomas Bucklin Wells - Literary Criticism - 1865
...Portuguese, with a translation into English "clean of gallicisms," as the authors assure the readers, "without to attach us selves (as make some others), almost at a literal translation." Boileau writes to Racine; his letter, translated into Portuguese, and thence into the English of the...
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All the Year Round, Volume 3; Volume 23

Charles Dickens - Literary Criticism - 1870
...great variety own expressions to English and Portuguese idioms ;" there can be no doubt about that ; " without to attach us selves (as make some others)...for to accustom the portuguese pupils, or foreign," thoughtful consideration again for the foreigner, " to speak very bad any of the mentioned idioms."...
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Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science, Volume 13

1874
...not to be willingly very bad any of the mentioned idioms ;" whereas, "we did put," says the writer, "a great variety own expressions to english and portuguese...make some others) almost at a literal translation." The whole preface of this interesting work is deliciously self-complacent, but we must content ourselves...
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Once a Week, Volume 20

Eneas Sweetland Dallas - 1869
...first includes a greatest vocabulary proper names by alphabetical order ; and the second fourty-three Dialogues adapted to the usual precisions of the life....only will be for to accustom the portuguese pupils, or-foreign, to speak very bad any of the mentioned idioms. . . The works which we were confering for...
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Poetical ingenuities and eccentricities, selected by W.T. Dobson

Poetical ingenuities - 1882
...reason we did put, with a scrupulous exactness, a great variety own expressions to english and portugues idioms ; without to attach us selves (as make some...only will be for to accustom the Portuguese pupils, or-foreign, to speak very bad any of the mentioned idioms. We were increasing this second edition with...
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English as she is spoke: or, A jest in sober earnest [extr. from P. Carolino ...

Pedro Carolino - 1883
...The first includes a greatest vocabulary proper names by alphabetical order ; and the second forty three Dialogues adapted to the usual precisions of...only will be for to accustom the Portuguese pupils, or-foreign, to speak very bad any of the mentioned idioms. We were increasing this second edition with...
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English as She is Spoke: Or, A Jest in Sober Earnest

José da Fonseca, Pedro Carolino - Errors and blunders, Literary - 1884 - 60 pages
...The first includes a greatest vocabulary proper names by alphabetical order ; and the second forty three Dialogues adapted to the usual precisions of...only will be for to accustom the portuguese pupils, or-foreign, to speak very bad any of the mentioned idioms. We were increasing this second edition with...
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English as She is Spoke: Or, A Jest in Sober Earnest

José da Fonseca, Pedro Carolino - Portuguese language - 1884
...a great variety own expressions to english and portuguese idioms ; without to attach us selves fas make some others) almost at a literal translation;...only will be for to accustom the portuguese pupils, or-foreign, to speak very bad any of the mentioned idioms. We were increasing this second edition with...
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