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About Ilaria Tuti. Ilaria Tuti. I give to thy brother clothes and flowers. Shall you have any friends w. These men are foreigners. There are a great many examples like this to be found, where Italians, for the sake of euphony, put a word in th? Article always repeated. Abbiamo noi della farina?

Cbe cosa wliat? Ha Ella delle jnatite? Hanno essi delle pere? Che cosa bai tn sotto il brae- cio arm 'i Per chi whom sono qnesti iibri? Tua sorella ha dello znc- chero? Avete delle frutta in casa? No, signora Madam , ma abbiamo del denaro. Abbiamo came e pane. No, ma ho delle penne. No, ma essi hanno delle prugne.

Essi sono per mio cugino. Si, signore Sir , abbiamo delle frutta. Vi sono libri e quadri. Sixth Lesson. The dative of this declension, however, is very rare. It is formed by putting a or ad before the partitive articles del, della, dello, delV ; pi. In familiar conversation Italians often say cosa?

Here tlie article is entirely omitted, cli taking its place before the substantive, as: ISTom. Such is the case, when the substantive is governed l y another word implying measure, weight, mimher or quantity, as: Una botiiglia di vino, a bottle of wine. Un hiccJiiere d'acqua, a glass of water.

Died libbre di came, ten pounds of meat. Una quantiid di zuecliero, a great deal of sugar. English compound substantives are often rendered by this genitive, as: II maestro di sciiola, the school-master. II mercante di vino, the wine-merchant. This genitive is also governed by some adverbs of quantity, as: ouentc, nothing; qualclie cosa, something etc.

Qualche cosa di grande, something grand. The nominative and accusative case of this partitive form are always alihc. Nom, Acc. Singular, del vino, some wine, j dellj incMostro, some ink. It must be well understood, that the word governed by these adverbs of quantity cannot be a substantive, Tlie pupil would be entirely wrong in saying as in Frencli: poco di birra, little beer, poco being in such a case considei'cd as an adjective.

Una botiiglia, a bottle. Zina Ubbra, a pound. Vanello, the ring. Vorologio, m. The usual manner of renderino- such expressions does not differ from English. See Part the Adjective, The partitive genitive. Ecco una bottiglia di vino. Noi abbiamo comprato tre chilogrammi di znccbero.

Egli iia venduto due quintal! La regina aveva un gran numero di cavalli. Tti pens! Ho rice vu to quest! Mia zia avra una dozzina di calze. Voi avrete un foglio di carta. II coiitadino aveva cinque buoi, dieci cavalli ed una quantita di porci. Egli ha bevuto troppo too much vino. II vicino ha comprato dieci chili di cioccolata chocolate. Ho ricevuto una lettera e una scatola da mia zia.

Abbiamo ve- duto una moltitudine di persone. I shall have some pens. Thou wilt have a sheet of paper. She will have some pencils. We shall have a glass of wine. My brother will have nothing good. I shall also have a bottle of wine. I have drunk two glasses of water and a bottle of beer. You will have a great many looking-glasses and many boxes. The pea- sant has bought ten oxen and a wooden house. In this box there are seven meters of cloth. These persons have sold a dozen of boots.

We bad a silver watch and a gold ring. Shall you laave a wooden table or a stone one? He has received a great many letters. We shall have nine meters of cloth. Have you drunk a bottle of wine? We have not drunk a bottle of wine, but a cup of coffee. Give me a sheet of paper.

My sister has bought two gold rings and three siWer spoons from some English merchants. What have you done? Che cosa avete bevuto? Quanti cLilogrammi chili di zucchero avete comprati? AveYano eglino riceviito la sea tola di legno? Dove avete vednto il maestro di musica? Aveva egli dei fiori? Avete voi delle case? Pensi ihinJeesi tu a del vino? Quanti metri volete will you di questo panno?

Da chi avete comprato gli oroiogi? Datemi uiia dozzina di ca- inice e im paio di stivali? Noi abhiamo comprato tre chili di zucchero, Siibito, signore. JSTo, non so know niente di nuovo. Non so. Noi abhiamo vednto ii maestro nel giardino. Si, aveva molti fiori. Abhiamo otto case. No, io penso a della birra. Datemi due metri. Da degli stranieri.

E di mia sorella. Ecco, signore, le camice e gli stivali. Seventh Lesson. Terminations modifying tlie meaning of substantives. The Italian language abounds in terminations that serve to augment or diminish the original idea of a word. Thus, for instance, aran?

The diminutive terminations afford a still greater variety of modifications, A word, which is already a diminutive, may, by the addition of other diminutive syllables, express the most singular modifications of the original signification.

LibretkicciOj, libricciiiolo, libretticciuolo, U- bruccio cannot be rendered exactly in English. These terminations express strength, bigness and greatness. For example: contadlna countrywoman , contadinotfa a strong c. The syllable — ino frequently serves in familiar conver- sation to denote a younger member of a noble family. Thus conte means count, and contessa countess, whereas contino and cojitessina mean the young count and the young countess.

There are, e. Thus casella from casa, house will hardly ever be met with; the usual form being casetta. Giovinotto means a stnart young man, whereas aqidlotto does not mean a strong eagle, but a young eagle still unfledged. It must be well understood that the use of these syllables is not obligatory in Italian. Besides, not every word that appears with one of these syllables, is really modified by them.

In some words, e. II gkjimie, the giant. Vomhrello, the umbrella. VonihrelUno, the parasol. Vodore, the smell. Ujnordnte, ignorant. QtiellOj -a, that. Bra io9 was I? Terminations modifying the meaning of substantives. S3 Beading Exercise. Egli 6 un medi- castro. Dove sono i libri di questo poetastro? Dove abita questo poverino? Egli sta in quella casiiccia. Ho comprato un ombrellino per mia madre. Che cosa vuoie toanfs questo veccbietto?

II gigante aveva Tina biirbetta ridicola. I forestieri erano nella barclietta del contadinello. Questo giovinotto e vostro cugino? Si, Signore, e mio cugino. Have you seen the little child of the foreigner? He was a vigorous young man of much spirit. This woman has a nice little girl. You will have three thick books. This quack was very ignorant. Give the dat little boy these little books. Thou wast very unhappy, my poor boy. Give the dat. Who is this tall young man?

There are many bad physicians and bad poets in this country. This little dog cagnolino belongs to e del my little brother and to my little sister. Have you seen the large x alace of the young prince? Who is that young lady lady? She is the sister of the young count. Di chi e questo libretto? Da chi avete comprato questo li braccio? Che cosa volete fare do di questo cappellone? Avete dato given un poco di latte al nostro cagnolino?

Non h egli un bellissimo verg fine ragazzino? Della see the Foss. Dal libraio boohseller ddtixo la chiesetta. No, non ancora 7 iot get. Ho perduto il danaro del mio fratellino. See Lesson Apri open la tua nianina! No, non voglio I will not! Eighth Lesson. Proper name s. There are in Italian: 1. As a rule, the former and the names of toimis have no article, whereas the latter usually take the definite article; being, of couz'se, declined like all other sub- stantives, as: la Frdncia, France; della Frdncia, of France; alia Frdncia, to France; dalla Frdncia, from France.

The declension of proper names of persons or toivns is very simple; they merely take di, a, and da in order to form their respective cases. Expressions Proper names. II giidnto, the glove. Vienna, Vienna. Parigl, Paris. Monaco, Munich, Monaco. Venezia, Yenice.

Mildno, Milan. Genova, Genoa. Napoli, Naples. V Ingliilterra, England. Carlo, Charles. Guglielmo, William. Federico Federigo , Frederick. Maria, Mary. Giorgio, George. Gmlio, Julius. Sofia, Sophia. Giacomo, James. Eeading Exercise. Ecco le favole di Esopo.

Bate la scatola a Sofia. Date la penna ad Enrico. Ecco la casa della signora Oamozzi. Siete state a Vienna? Tardini; let signora Uberti, Mrs. With names of princes one uses simply di before the names of the countries they belong to. II corso del Reno e liingo. Ecco i cavalli di Carlo. Dove erano gli specchi di Lnigia? Avete ietto le opere worlcs di Goetlie? My father is in Paris. My uncle is in Vienna. Pa- ris is the capital of della France, and Vienna is the capital of Austria.

Thy mother is in America. Where was ray sister Emily? France was always the friend f. I come from Florence. I have got this book from Lewis. The king of Spain and the queen of England are in Paris. The course of the Po is long.

Dove eri tu? Donde vieni tu? Where dost thou come from? Dove so no i guanti di Teresa? Che which paese e questo? Che citta b questa? Quale h la capitale della Sas- sonia? Chi h qui who is there A chi date voi questi libri? Quante cittk avete vedute in Italia? Avete letto le poesie ;poems del Leopardi? Dove foste were you ieri?

Sono sulla tavola. La Germania. La citta di Londra. Vienna, 11 figlio del signor Camozzi. Li theyn diamo we give al signor Giorgio. No, Signore, ma abbiamo we- have letto le tragedie del Niccolini. Fummo we were dalla Sig- nora Piavossi e da Teresa.. The auxiliary verb Avere. Indicative Mood. Conditional Mood. Compound Tenses. Imperative Mood. Ahhi, have thou. Subjunctive Mood.

CJfio avessi, that I had. ChHo abb la avuto, that I may have had. GhHo avessi avuto, that I had had. FresenL Avere, to have. Avendo, having. Infinitive Mood. As we hinted in one of the former lessons, the Italian verb does not always require the personal pronouns io, tu- egli etc.

Por example: Arete, have you? Arrete, will you have? Areste, had you? Avere also means to receive, to get, as: Avrb del da- naro, I shall get some money, 3. The negative, interrogative and negative-interrogative forms differ but slightly from the English, in so far as the negative particle non is always placed immediately before the verb. The learner may compare: a With the pronoun. Io aveva, I had. Aveva io? Io non aveva, I had not. Aveva, I had. Non aveva, I had not.

Non aveva? The polite form of addressing a person in Italian is she. This mode of address is quite peculiar to the Italian language. Instead of Nila the accus. This word «Vossignoria» is now obsolete; the construction, however, remains, and is always employed, when a person is politely spoken to, as: Have you?

Vossignoria ; will you have? In mercantile style and in familiar conversation with foreigners the second person plural is used, as in English and iVench, as: Avete voi? For ex. Avevi tu? Tentli Lesson. La hursa , the purse also exchange. Vaffdnno, the sorrow. Tii avevi nna casa. Egli ebbe due visit e. Avra Ella domani un nuovo libro?

Un abile maestro avrk molti scolari. Ha Ella veduto queir that amabile fanciullo? Questo infeliee aveva perduto molto danaro. Chi e il padre delragazzo? II signore die whom Ella ha veduto ieri da mio cugino. Avevamo la fortuna di to avere dei vicini molto gentili. Avrei mangiato la minestra, se if avessi avnto fame. Noi avremmo bevuto la birra, se aves- simo avuto sete. Ghe cosa liai dato al sarto?

Del danaro per gli abiti di mio fratello. Abbia la gentilezza di dirmi to tell me dove abita il signor Verdi? Abbia pazienza! Had you any friends? Yes, we had many friends. Shall you Ella have some money? They would have horses and carriages. This evening I shall have a visit from my cousin.

I have written four letters. You have good parents. These children will have ink and pens. He would have an inkstand. They would have some paper, pencils, and pens. What have you had? Had you Ella any enemies? The children are hungry and thirsty. This poor man has lost his la sua fortune. You would have had useful books. Yesterday we have eaten bread and fruit- 2. This diligent pupil had written many translations. Thou wilt have thy money to-morrow. He had had unfor- tunate friends. We had pass, rem.

The tailor has brought the clothes for Charles and William. You had the visit of the count yesterday. This praiseworthy pupil has had a great fortune. He says dice that you have lost the spectacles. We have had a translation. You had pass, rem. Let us have patience! He had written a book on the duties of men. Chi ha avuto del danaro? Il mercante ha avuto molto danaro.

See note p. Avete fame, fanciulli? Chi aveva scritto la lettera? Che cosa ayrk la signora Ma- tilde? Abbia la gentilezza di dirmi dove h il teatro. Che cosa avevate mangiato dal vicino? Avete molti affari? Avrebbe Lei forse perhaps il mio libro, signora! Non aver panra! No, non abbiamo fame, ma abbiamo sete. Carlo aveva scritto la lettera. Ecco la il teatro. Avevamo mangiato delle pere. I mercanti hanno molti affari. Avrei comprato carrozza e ca« valli. No, signora, non ho paiira.

Eleventh Lesson. Present noi sidmo, we are. Imperfect noi fummo, we were, voi foste, you were. The possessive adjective bua, answering to the polite mode Ella, is here written with a capital letter. This practice, however, is not universal in Italian. The auxiliary verb iSssere. StatOs -a. Ferfeet lo sono statOy -a, I have been. Ft Pluperfect To era stato, -a, 1 had been, noi eravamo stati, -e, we had! SH sia , be thou. Imperfect Clfio fdssh that I were.

Perfect GIfio sia statOy that I have been. Pluperfect Clfio fossi sfaiOf -a, that I had been. Ghe noi fossirno stati, -e, that we bad been. Essere, to be. Essendo, being. Perfect Essere stato, to have been. Pa rticiple. The compound tenses of this verb are formed with the auxiliary verb emere, as: io sono stato, i have been liter. I am been ; io saro stato, I shall have been I shall be beenX The auxiliary verb lilssere.

It would be quite wrong to say: se to avrei If I had , instead of se- io avessi; se io sarei stato if I had been , inst. When in English, after if, the Indicative mood is used,, the same mood stands in Italian after se. If he has no books, he is not contented. Se avrd denar o, comprcrb una casa. When as soon as I shall have money, I shall buy a house. In order to become familiar with these verbs, the learner is advised to conjugate them in the interrogative ho io?

Words, JJimperatdre, the emperor. Valbergo pi. Vosteria, the tavern. Vesercito, the army. Reading' Exercise. II luogotenente h stato corag- gioso. La cupola di qiiesta cbiesa sara molto bella. Le co- lomie saranno alte. Sono io stato pauroso? No, non sei «tato pauroso, ma canto. Se il nostro generate non fosse stato abile e coraggioso, il nemieo non avrebbe perduto la battaglia. Il lupo, la iena ed il leone sono animali crudeli.

Percb5 non siete stati a scuola ieri? Le signore sono state in -duoino. I signori sono stati sul campanile. Do- mani saremo a caccia coi cacciatori del conte. Il tempo h troppo corto. Quanto tempo fu il priucipe a Parigi? Bgli non h stato molto tempo a Parigi. Sia tranquillo ; Suo padre non sara ammalato per molto tempo. Napoleone fu il pin grande the greatest generate dei tempi moderni.

We were at Rome, Milan, Venice and Ravenna. Shall jou have been cautious? The emperors of Rome were cruel tyrants. Will be quiet this. The strangers will be in the hotel. If he is ill, he will be at home. If he were ill, be would be at home. Children, be quiet at school! The soldiers of the army have been brave. Were you not at Constantinople GonstanfindpoU? Would you Ella not have money?

Should we not be rich? Where have you Ella been? The staircase was high and broad. The stairs were not so high. How long have they yn, been in England? Who is this gentleman? Who are these gentle- men? These gentlemen are the cousins of these young ladies. The dome in di Milan is not so high as the steeple -of St. Santo Stephen Stefano in Vienna. Shouldst thou have been satisfied? Would the children be cautious?

If be were honest, he would be esteemed. The honest men are always esteemed. Be prudent cautious in the choice of your friends! Here are the cigars, where are the matches? Not having [any] friends, I am always alone. Have you not been [a] soldier? He has been [a] lieutenant. If you Ella had friends, you would he satisfied.

My brother says dice , that you Ella have been sick. Were you in Italy or in France Determinative Adjectives. The general has been long in Spain Ispdgna. Having been diligent, he has received a fine watch from his father. Dove fu la madre di questo ragazzo? Erano a casa le sorelle di vo- stra cugina? Quanto tempo foste a Venezia? Sono stati contenti i vostri maestri? Sarete domani a Francoforte? E dove sarete posdomani the day after to-morroiv? Come hoto sono i dintorni outskirts di Vienna? Avresti fatto il tno tema, se fossi stato a casa?

Sarebbe felice la ragazza? Quando sara Ella a Napoli? E stato due mesi months a Parigi. Fa a Firenze. No, erano in chiesa. Romolo Augustolo. Si, sono stati contenti di imth noi. No, sai'emo a Magonza Ma- yence. Saremo a Colonia o ad Aqnis- grana. I dintorni di Vienna sono bel- lissimi. Certo certainly , io lo it avrei fatto. Si, se avesse ancora still sua madre. Ci saro sabato Saturday. TMrteentli Lesson.

Determinative Adjectives. These words are considered as pronouns, when em- ployed wUho'iii a substantive. They are divided into : i. Demonstrative adjectives, Questo, fern, qiiesta, this. PL questi, fern, questo, these. Quello, feni. Lo stesso, fern. Cofesto codesto , fern. Before words beginning with a vowel or s impura, the Plnr. Cotesto denotes a person or a thing near the person addressed, and frequently corresponds to the English your or of yours, as: cotesto eappdlo, your hat; cotesti libri, these hooks of yours.

Interrogative adjectives. The final e in quale is often dropped, except be- fore 8 imptira. Qual bicchiere, which glass? Qual amore, which love? Quale scolaro, which pupil? Quali is sometimes contracted into qtiai, as: quai libri which books? The interrogative what, followed by a substantive as: what master?

Che ragdzze! Vora, the hour. Conosce Ella? Beading Exercise. Qiiesta mela. Queste calze, Quegli stivali. Cotesta scatola 5 molto alta. T1 fratello di questo ragazzo. Due chili di quel caffh. Come si chiama quel fiore in italiano? E codesto? Ho portato alcuni some mazzetti di fioifi; uno per mia sorella e gli altri per le mie engine. Il medesimo colore. La stessa persona, Abbiamo coraprato le stesse penne dal medesimo mercante.

Quai cani avete veduti? BellOf similar to guellOj drops the last syllable before con- sonants exc. Before vowels hdV is used both for masc. The Flur. The form belli is alone met with, when the adjective is separated from its noun; e. When followed by a vowel, this adj. The Flur, is grandi be- fore vowels or s impura: grandi iiomini, Santo drops the last syllable before masc.

Buono follows the same rules as the indefinite article: btion Italian Conv. Sono te dleei, Tradnzione. L This king is rich. This mtn h poor. These men are poor. That child is not happy. That woman is not satisfied. That eotesto tree is not high.

Those trees are very high. The colour of that coat is not very hue. Do you know that gentleman? Yes, Sir, his name k iiuintdu. What a large field! The field of this man is very large. I have not read this hook, I have read the other. Did you drink good wine?

Yes, the wine was good. Thera are two beautiful fountains in that square. These oxen are bigger than tUJ those cows. I give this pen to that boy. I give the books to those boys. The parents of these children are very good. Are those boys ill? No, Sir, they are not ill. What a fine apple! What a fine nosegay! Those nose- gays ara very fine. The eggs of those geese are very large i.

What oVloek is it? We have read the same books. The same kflfe were ill. Di eM qimsto temperino? Per chi mim questi inazzi di fieri? Comt m ciiiuma la figlia di ciitedU donna? E alta questa ehiesa? Ill qiiiik alliergo e Ella stiita? Cmmm quel neg ,jzirinte? Per madamigella Miss Giu- lietta. Si chiama Emilia. Sieuro to be sure ; h una rosa.

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