A Grammar of the Italian Language: With a Copious Praxis of Moral Sentences. To which is Added an English Grammar for the Use of the Italians
J. Nourse, 1778 - 448 من الصفحات
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abbia accent alcuni altrui amare amato aver avuto becauſe bella bene buon colla colui coſa crede dice dire donna Eglino Engliſh eſſere fanno fare fate felicità feminine fillaba firſt fono forma forza Future gente give good gran great himſelf idea Ingleſi inſtead Italian Italiano Latino lettera life likewiſe lingua little long love loved male mente mondo more moſt muſt never nome noſtri NOTES other parola Plur plural pochi poco poetical poetry porta potuto preſente Preterito pronunzia pure queſto ſay ſempre ſenza ſhall ſhould Sing ſome ſono ſtato ſua ſuch ſuo ſuoi ſuono tema termina TEXT them theſe they thoſe Thou tratto troppo trova uomo uſed vede venire verb vero virtù virtue vocale voci voglia will word words
الصفحة 297 - ... and quickly shake off their reverence for modes of education, which they find to produce no ability above the rest of mankind. Books, says Bacon, can never teach the use of books.
الصفحة 397 - Maestro, che è quel, ch' l' odo? E che gent' è , che par nel dnol sì vinta ? Ed egli a me : questo misero modo Tengon l'anime triste di coloro, • Che visser senza infamia e senza lodo. Mischiate sono a quel cattivo coro Degli angeli, che non furon ribelli, Ne fur fedeli a Dio , ma per se foro.
الصفحة 388 - ... deifies prudence : the youth commits himself to magnanimity and chance. The young man, who intends no ill, believes that none is intended, and therefore acts with openness and...
الصفحة 337 - The utmost excellence at which humanity can arrive, is a constant and determinate pursuit of virtue, without regard to present dangers or advantage ; a continual reference of every action to the Divine will; an habitual appeal to everlasting justice; and an unvaried elevation of the intellectual eye to the reward which perseverance only can obtain.
الصفحة 338 - But that pride which many, who presume to boast of generous sentiments, allow to regulate their measures, has nothing nobler in view than the approbation of men, of beings whose superiority we are under no obligation to acknowledge, and who, when we have courted them with the utmost assiduity...
الصفحة 208 - As may with sweetness, through mine ear, Dissolve me into ecstasies, And bring all Heaven before mine eyes. And may at last my weary age Find out the peaceful hermitage, The hairy gown and mossy cell, Where I may sit and rightly spell Of every star that heaven doth shew, And every herb that sips the dew, Till old experience do attain To something like prophetic strain.
الصفحة 371 - ... is to nail dogs to tables and open them alive ; to try how long life may be continued in various degrees of mutilation, or with the excision or laceration of the vital parts; to examine whether burning irons are felt more acutely by the bone or tendon ; and whether the more lasting agonies are produced by poison forced into the mouth, or injected into the veins.
الصفحة 204 - Let this auspicious day be ever sacred, No mourning, no misfortunes happen on it ; Let it be mark'd for triumphs and rejoicings ! Let happy lovers ever make it holy, Choose it to bless their hopes and crown their wishes ; This happy day, that gives me my Calista...