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De- pues-ta la mds-ca-ra, a-pa-rc-cie-ron en-tra-ge de fie-ros con- quis-ta-do-res que le-van-ta-ban la voz, da-ban la lei, a-fec-ta- ban so-be-ra-nia, y se a-po-de-ra-ban del pais que se les ren-dia sin re-sis-ten-cia. Etcena VI del ado cuarto del Delincuento honrado, Don Ju Bto y Don Simon. In Spanish the articles are used before nouns token in ull the extent of their signification. Whether a book is still in copyright varies from country to country, and we can't offer guidance on whether any specific use of any specific book is allowed. itself tia, aunt sal, salt sol, • sun buei, ox sud, south su, their voiy I go va Of ♦ they go id^und sentence into two or more parts, not so closely connected as those which are sepa- rated by a comma, nor yet so independent of each other as those which are distinguished by a colon. ) The note of admiration is used to express wonder and surprise : like the interrogation point it requires an alteration in the tone of the voice, and must be placed at the beginning and end of a sentence. The apostrophe k not now in use; it is found only in old Spanish works, particularly poetical ones, and foreign nam^s quoted in books and writings. It was for- merly placed over the vowels whenever that letter was omitted. Please do not assume that a book's appearance in Google Book Search means it can be used in any manner anywhere in the world. 1^ 1 nr ^^^^^^ COLLEGE LIBRARY i^Sr/4 t//ov 1^ ^-^• SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK, SS. To complete the five sounds we put the letter u between g and e, and also between g and «, In the following way; ga, gue, gui, go, gu: ex. In this case the u has no sound, except when the diaeresis, is placed over lu as, unguen- to, ointment; argiiir, to argue, hcm O is bard before e and i; as, ge, gi: ex. It is proper to remark here that j has the«ame sound as g in this combination: to prevent mistakes therefore, in either, we shall use the syllables ge, gi, in nouns, andje, ji, in verbs which terminate in jer, jir. Such conjunctions aspero, max, aunqu Cj sin embargo^ porque^ when they express an opposition, an inference, an addition, &^c. A colon represents a pause double that of the semicolon ; and is used when tlie preceding member or part of the sentebcc is complete in its construction; but is followeo by some illustration or remark naturally resulting from the foregoing member, and im- mediately depending on it in sense, though not in syntax. El consejo mas imno es el seguro ; el mas presto, el opor- tuno; el mas agradable, el facil: y el mcjor el que tiene todo esto. A period properly signifies a circuit or sentence, in which the meaning is suspended till the whole is finished. The note of interrogation is used when we ask a question. The sentence following the admiration point generally begins with a capital letter. (a) Circumflejo — Circu Biie]|* The circumflex is placed over a vowel immedntdly after c A, when sounded like k in names of Hebrew and Qntk ori^n; as chtromancia, chiromancy; Chion, (a proper name*) The circumflex is also set over the next vowel after the x in words where this letter loses its guttural sound and assumes that of a or gt* It is however no longer in use. It gives a soft sound to the n, like ^ in the French word agneau; as Nino, child. When two substantives stand together, the second of which expresses the nature, matter, species, property, kind, quality, or the contrary, of the first, the preposition de is used before the latter, and the one first in English becomes the last in Spanish. • Of the different uses which the Spanish Academy have made of the cu:cent. Nun- ca se con-ten-ta el hom-bre con lo que lie-ne y siem-pre as-pi-ra & Vo que no po-se-e: mi-ra con has-tio el bien do-mes-ti-co, y so-lo es-ci-ta-ria su a-pe-ti-to si fue-se fo-ras-te-ro. The Academy of Madrid use the accent to dis Unguish parts of speech — as will be seen by the comparative list that follows : El, the — article. Per-di-do el gtis-to i lo que es co-mun a to-dos, ha-ce re-pu-ta-cion, d gran- de-za de go-zar lo que po-se-en po-cos.