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On the signs of punctuation. Voro, instead of lo oro; delV dnima, inst. It is met with in Italian on the last vowels of some words only, and is used to mark either a contraction as: We put it on every word, in order to show the pu- pil, on which syllable the stress is laid. From the twelfth Lesson forward we shall only make use of the accent with such words that offer a deviation from the general rule, or where the pronunciation might perhaps appear dubious.

On the pronunciation of the vowels. A, a sounds like a in the English words are, fatlier, last, but never like a in name or hall. Ej 6 has two different sounds, a broad one, almost like the a in the English words hate, name the French as: The e at the end of a word is never mute; its sound, however, is less open and much shorter than at the beginning or in the middle of a word.

Ij i sounds like the English i in milk, sister, children, field, but never like the i in child, fire, idle. At the end of a mono- syllahle its sound is short and sharp as: Oj 0 has a double sound: Uj u sounds like oo in hoots, but never like the English u in union. This vowel is sometimes short as in tu thou , and sometimes long as in cura care. Further observations on pronunciation are given in the second Part of this grammar.

Real Diphthongs, as we have them in English, French and German, do not exist in Italian, where every voivel must he distinctly pronounced. Second Part, On pronunciation. Pronunciation of the consonants. B, b, as in English: C, C, has a double sound: Whenever c before e and i is to be pronounced like k, an h is put after the c, as: For this purpose an almost in- audible i is put after the c.

CC before e or i sounds like ttsh, as: D, dj as in English: Pj f, has the same sound as in English: G-j has a double sound: In order to harden the soft sound of this letter before e or i, an h is added to it, as in streghe, pron. H, hj is never pronounced. J J j, sounds like the English y in the words youth, year, as: Modern Italian orthography very seldom admits of this consonant, usually putting i in its stead, as: L, Ij as in English: The beginner must not forget, that where compound consonants occur 11, mm, nn, pp, rr etc.

Ph, phj are in Italian always rendered by F, f, as: Q, q, which never occurs without u, sounds like the English qii in the word quire, as: E, r, as in English, but somewhat shriller. S, s, as in English: Between two vowels its sound is less hissing. Scirocco, scelta, scendere, sctsso etc. Zj Zj the sound of this letter is sometimes soft like ds, as: Ou the prommciation of gai and gl. The sound of gn is not unlike ni before on the French gn in montagne in the words pinion, Diinion, tmion, as: Lasciate che ciascheduno s'ingegni e travagli a pro- cacciarsi la sussistenza, conciossia ognuno che ha I'efffgie d'uomo porti seco pure Timpronta degli stessi privilegi che ha qualunque altro della sua specie; soltanto gli sfac- cendati ed oziosi, i quali secondo la consuetiidine dei gio- vani agiati d'oggidi passano i loro giorni nella sciopera- tezza e trascuraggine, meriterebbero a mio giudizio I'ab- bandono ed il disprezzo della societa.

From the novel Nicolo de' Lapi by Massimo d'Aseglio. Quella piazzetta per la quale al di d'oggi si passeg- gia ad ogn' ora liberamente, incontrando soltanto o con- tadmi tranquilli, e che vi rispondono cortesemente in quella loro armonica e corretta lingua, o brigate di cittadmi viijeggianti ne' contorni ; quelle casiicce die presentaiio oggi giorno V immagine della poverta quieta e contenta; quegli usci, ingorabri di bambini di tutte le misure, di donne che attendono all' utile e puHto lavorio dei cappdli di paglia; tutto, al punto che vi giunse Fanfulla, era pieno di genti strane, di disordine, di schiamazzi.

II suolo fangoso, immondo, pesto pel gran passare d' uomini e cavalli: Accostatosi per curiosita, vide poco lontano dal patibolo a pie d'un muro la persona che pareva destinata al suppHzio.


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Era una donna, colle inani legate dietro le reni, e, posta ginocclii- oni a piedi d' un cappuccino, si confessava. Fanfulla si maravigliava che avessero ad impiccare una femmina, ma gli crebbe la maraviglia vedendo che di sotto i panni le spuntava fuori il fodero d' una spada. The article indicates the gender of the substantives. The Italian language has two genders, vi0. There are two articles in Italian as in English: V articolo definito and the indefinite art. V ar- ticolo indefinito. The Italians call the s impure, when it is followed by another consonant, as: In this case the article is not il but lo.

This rule is so strictly ob- served that, whenever a substantive beginning with s impura is preceded by a preposition ending with a consonant, as in, per, con etc. In Isvezia in order to avoid in Svezia , con Isvema, with Sweden etc. The article la is used before every feminine noun beginning with a consonant, as: It deserves to be no- ticed that the Italian Nominative case is not derived from the Lat.

Ablativus, but from the Accusativus. The indefinite article Varticolo indefinito is for masc. Before fern, nouns beginning with a vowel the indef. In the following list of words the gender is indi- cated by the letters m. We recommend the pupil , when learning these words by heart , to add the defin. In the Plural feminine nouns usually retain their full article, as: But the Apostrophe must be used, when the same vowels meet, e. The sound of the vowel o is open, if it stands for the Lat. Thus sono from sum or sunt. French jar din; Grm. Low Latinity an- cellus ; Prov.

Tu hai il libro. Hai tu un libro? Egli ha uno specchio. II padre hail giardino. La madre ha il pane. II fanciullo ha lo specchio. II fan- ciullo ha uno specchio. La zia ha un' oca. Mio fratello ha un cane. II re ha lo scettro. II re ha uno scettro. Noi abbiamo un fiore ed una pera. Avete voi un fiore? Ha egli un abito? Ella ha un cane. II fanciullo ha un fratello ed una zia. I have the book. I have a rose. Thou hast the hat. Hast thou a dog? Hast thou a looking-glass? He has the coat. My father has the bird. Has she a pear? Has he the bread? We have a hat. Have we the gun? You have the goose.


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  7. They have a garden. The king has a horse. The child has a book. The queen has a rose. My aunt has the bird. My brother has the dog. My mother has a pen, Dialog-o Conversation. Ho io la rosa? Voi avete la rosa. Si, io ho il libro. I , thou , he , she , we , you, they ; io, tu, egli, ella, noi, voi, eglino, elleno may also be omitted see Less. For the polite mode of addressing a person, see the same lesson, Note 4. Ha il fanchillo un fiore? Ha il fratello uno schioppo? Hanno essi una pera ed una ciriegia? Ha egli il pane?

    Ha ell a un fiore? Ha il fratello un amico? Si, io ho un libro. Si, il fanciuUo ha un fiore. Si, il fratello ha uno schioppo. No, voi avete I'abito. Si, essi hanno una pera ed una ciriegia. Si, egli ha il pane. Si, ell a ha un fiore. Si, il fratello ha un amico.

    On the Plural of the nouns substantive. Words ending in a preceded by c or g, take in the Plural an h after these consonants, in order to retain the hard sound. Words ending in co or go form the Plur. In the first Part we always indicate the Plur. The words terminating in i, ie and the very limited number of those ending in consonants are also aliJce 1 L. Except those fern, nouns where a stress is laid on i, as: Irregular are the following: For further observations on irregularities in the formation of the Plural see the second Part of this grammar.

    The Plural of the article il is f, as: The Plural of the article la is le, as: Tanima — le anime. V uscio, the loom-doov pi, usci. Vinno hymn — gVinni ; Vinfelice the unhappy man gVinfelici etc. Noi avevamo un coltello. Voi avevate due coltelli. Mio fratello ha i temperini.

    La casa ha due porte. Aveva io lo smoccolatoio snuffers? Avevate voi le fratta? Si, noi avevamo le frutta. II re aveva due castelli. La regina ha i palazzi. Ella ha anche i quadri. Noi abbiamo veduto quattro sorci. I fanciulli avevano tre pere. I duchi ed i monarch! Mia zia aveva una stufa. II duca aveva tre cavalli. Le zie avevano i gatti. Mia madre ha due sorelle. Ecco il palazzo del of the duca. I had three brothers. The duke has the sword. The children have the flowers.

    The men had the gods. We had also seen the pictures. Here are the games, the pencils, and the coats. Here are also the houses, the castles, and the palaces. Had she the hats? No, she had the coats. The countries have the canals. My father has three sisters. Hadst thou a physician? Yes, I had a physician.

    I have seen the four cats. No, they had four dogs and three cats. The wives have the eggs and the fruit. I have two eyes ocelli. Avevamo noi un temperino? Voi avevate un temperino. Aveva io i coltelli? Si, tu avevi i coltelli. Hanno gli uomini veduto gli dei? Avevano i fanciulli i quadri? Hanno i duchi le spade? Avevano eglino vediito i ca- stelli ed i palazzi? Ha la zia le frutta? Avete voi nn novo? Ha mio padre i giuochi? Quanti hoiv many fratelli avevi tu? Quanti fanciulli aveva Tuomo?

    Avevate voi veduto i poeti? Si, io ho gli smoccolatoi. I fanciulli non avevano i quadri. No, i monarchi hanno le spade e gli scettri. Si, eglino avevano veduto i castelli ed i palazzi. No, il fanciuUo ha le frutta. Si, egli ha tre giuochi. Io aveva due fratelli e tre sorelle. L'uomo aveva tre fanciulli. No, non avevamo veduto i poeti. The Italian nouns substantive form the different cases of their numbers by means of prepositions.

    These pre- positions , however , are not , as in English , simply put before the article, but undergo a contraction with the article into one word. There are five cases in Singular and Plural ; the nominative nominativo and accusative accusativo are always alike. It is used to express a derivation, distance or removal, but also a divelling upon , a characteristic tohen orfitness for anything. Like di and a, this preposition is joined with the definite article, and forms the following contractions: Sugar, coffee, and wine are to be found at the merchant's: Si trova del zucchero, del caffe e del vino dal mercante.

    It may be observed, however, that di commonly drops its final i and takes an apostrophe in its stead, as: Da, on the contrary, is never apostrophised, and in- stead of a, for the sake of euphony, ad is preferred. The demonstrative adjectives questo m. Perspicuous exhibition of the declensions, a With the definite article.

    In the same manner are declined the above mentioned possessive adjectives mio, my, tuo, thy, suo, his, her etc. II padre del fanciullo. La madre dei figli. Le porte delle case. Le finestre dei palazzi. II gatto h un animale. I gatti sono i nemici dei sorci.

    Io do lo scrigno alF amico. Io do le rose ai cugini ed alle engine. Yoi date gli scrigni agli amici ed alle amiche. I nemici degli uomini. I fogli dei libri e dei quaderni tvriting-hooJcs. Le finestre di questa casa. Le foglie di questi fiori. Figli PL means the children of a family, without regard to sex.

    Thus a lady would say: Ho cinqiie figli, due inaschi e tre fefnmine, I have five children, two boys and three girls. The brother of the cousin m. The sisters of the cousin if. The gates of the town. The houses of the towns. The windows of the houses. God is the creator of the world. The dog is the enemy of the cat.

    The dog is the friend of the man. I give the book to the brother. The sleep of the child.

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    Of the death of my del mio friend m. Here are the clothes dbiti, m. Ho io il libro del cugino? Hai tu il ritratto della zia? Ha egli veduto il giardino del re? Hanno i fanciuUi gli scrigni? Chi wJio ha lo smoccolatoio del fratello? Di chi sono queste pere? Di chi sono questi libri? Avete voi veduto il cane dell' amico? Di chi sono queste oche? Tu hai il libro del cugino. Si, io ho il ritratto della zia. Si, egli ha veduto il giardino ed il castello del re.

    Si, i fanciulli hanno gli scrigni. Ecco lo smoccolatoio del fra- tello! Sono di mio fratello. Sono del re e della regina. Questi libri sono di vostro padre. Ecco il cane dell' amico. Sono di vostra cugina. Frequently the cases of substantives are governed by prepositions, which appear almost in every sentence, and should therefore be learned early. Properly speaking the Italian prepositions govern no particular case, i. The sentence Di chi sono le pere? Whose pears are these? In elegant speech, however, some of them are constructed with the genitive and dative case , whereby a slight variation in the original signification is effected.

    The prepositions in in , con with , sti on , tra, fra between , and per for are often contracted with the ar- ticle in one word ; such is usually the case with in, con, and su, and sometimes with tra, fra, and per, as the pupil may learn from the following table. The contractions with tra and the article are very rare. Luigi, Lewis; dove ove , where? Sono to, am I? L'uccello 6 sul — su il tetto. La porta e alia casa. Luigi e da mio padre. I cavalli sono alia porta. II fanciullo e sotto 1' albero.

    Questa pera b per mia zia. Mia zia e in chiesa. Cogli — con gli amici di mio cugino. Mia cugina sta a Parigi Paris nella casa di mia zia. I am before the house. Lewis is in the garden. Are you in the yard court- yard? The birds are on the roof. I speak io pdrlo of the coat Gen. The two knives are upon the table.

    Where are the cats? They are in the kitchen. The three children of my cousin m. The roofs are on the houses. The horses are in the water. The penknife of the boy is on the table. I am gone anddto with my sister. The root is the OHG. Dove h mio figlio? Sono dal maestro i fanciulli? Di che cosa what parli speaJcest tu? Ove sono le finestre?

    E vostra cugina in isciiola? Chi e andato a chiesa? Siete voi alia pioggia? E tuo padre nel giardino? Sono eglino alia finestra? Egh e in cortile. Egli e in giardino. Ilo parlo del re. Sono alia casa — al castello — al palazzo. No, ella h in chiesa. No, noi siamo sotto il tetto. No, egli e in cucina. Si, eglino sono alia finestra. Noi avevamo veduto le anitre e le oche.

    Noi siamo andati con nostro padre. On the genitive partitive. In English the word some or any often precedes a substantive when taken in an indefinite sense, no parti- cular kind, measure or quality being meant, as: In Italian this relation is expressed in quite a pe- culiar way.

    Thus the wine, the beer, the oil means: Mio fratello e andato m. He sells paper, pencils, and ink, egli vende carta, toccalapis ed inchiostro. The pupil is advised to compare the following ex- amples: Egli vende del tahacco, he sells tobacco and other ar- ticles.

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    Egli vende tobacco, he is a tobacco-merchant. In negative sentences the partitive sense is only ex- pressed by the omission of the article. We have no flowers. Non abbianio fiori not dei f. Yon have neither money nor friends. Non avete ne danaro ne amici. Avrb io, shall I have? Span, escarpa and escarpin; Fr. The original idea denotes something pointed. La farina, the flour, meal la came, the meat. Avrete voi anche del sale? I re avranno dell' oro e dell' argento. Tu avrai del formaggio. Luigi avra della carta e dell' inchiostro. Questo mercante vende carta ed in- chiostro.

    Luigi avra anche dei libri e delle matite. Avevano elleno dei fiori? Nel cortile sono le oche e le anitre. Vi sono oche nel cortile, ma non anitre. Gli stranieri avranno del danaro. Mia cugina ha gatti, ma mia zia avra uccelli. Nel giardino vi sono alberi, frutta e fiori. You will have milk and eggs. Here is ecco the bread. There is some bread. My father had lead and iron. This child had some flowers. There are eggs and fruit pi. The merchant had sugar and coffee. The queen had gold and silver. I give to the boys books, pencils, and pens.

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    They will also have some paper and ink. My uncle sells paper, pencils, pens, and ink. Lewis has horses and dogs. We have seen horses, but no dogs. Thy sister will have shoes and stockings. I give to thy brother clothes and flowers. Shall you have any friends m. Abbiamo noi della farina? Avete voi del butirro e del No, Signora Madam , ma noi pane? Besides, they never observe the foregoing rules on the genitive partitive so strictly, as the French do.

    In conversa- tion the Italians frequently say cosa? Hanno essi delle pere? Che cosa hai tu sotto il brac- cio anw? Ha tua sorella del zuc- chero? Avete delle frutta in casa? No, ma ella ha delle penne. No, ma essi hanno delle prugne! Essi sono per mio cugino. Vi e deir oro in Russia. Ella ha dello zncchero e del caff6. Si, egli avra dei quaderni, dell' inchiostro e delle penne. Vi sono libri e quadri.

    As we hinted in the foregoing lesson, this so-called "genitive partitive" has its own declension, i. The dative of this declension, however, is very rare. It is formed by putting a or ad before the partitive articles del, della, dello, deW ; pi. Here the article is entirely omitted, di taking its place before the substantive, as: Una hottiglia di vino, a bottle of wine. Un hicchiere d'acqua, a glass of water.

    Died libbre di came, ten pounds of meat. Una quanta a di zucchero, a great deal of sugar. English compound substantives are often rendered by this genitive, as: II maestro di scuola, the school-master, II mercante di vino, the wine-merchant. In the same way adjectives expressing metals or other materials are rendered by substantives with di, as: Una tavola di legno, a wooden table. This genitive is also governed by some adverbs of quantity as: Qualchecosa di grande, something grand.

    The nominative and accusative case of this partitive form are always alihe. I del vino, some wine, delV inchiostro, some ink. J delta carta, some paper. The pupil would be entirely wrong in saying: But he may say: The usual manner of rendering such expressions does not differ from the English. I dei libri, some books. Ecco una bottiglia di vino. Noi abbiamo comprato tre chilogrammi di zucchero. Ella ha ricevuto due libbre di caffe. La regina aveva un gran numero di cavalli. Tu pensi sempre a balli ed a concerti. Mio zio avra una dozzina di calze.

    Voi avrete un foglio di moUi libri etc. Middle High German bier, beer, the Fr. Voi avevate cinque huoi, dieci vacche ed nn gran mimero di porci j igs. Egli ha bevuto troppo too much vino. Eglino avranno comprato nn cen- tinaio di cioccolata chocolate. 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 had drunk two glasses of water and a bottle of beer.

    We had received two kilogram of sugar, six kilogram of coffee and ten liter of wine. You will have a great many of looking-glasses and of boots. I have bought ten oxen and a wooden house. In this box are seven meter of cloth. These persons have sold a dozen of boots. We had a silver watch and a gold ring. How many quante, f. We have seen three — six — nine persons. He has received a letter and a great deal of money.

    We shall have nine meter of cloth. Have you drunk a bottle of wine? We have not drunk a bottle of wine, but a glass of beer. Give me a sheet of paper. My sister has bought two gold rings and three silver spoons cucchidi. Che cosa avete bevuto? Noi abbiamo bevuto un bicchiere d'acqua. Quanti chilogrammi chili di Noi abbiamo comprato tre chili zucchero avete compratif? Datemi una dozzina di guanti! The sentence must be rendered thus: Avete una tavola di legno o di pietra, have you a table of wood or of stone? Quanto Qiow much danaro hai?

    Avevano eglino ricevuto la scatola di legno? Dove avete veduto il maestro di musica? Aveva egli dei fiori? Avete voi delle case? Qnanti metri volete ivill yoii di questo panno? Dove avevano essi bevuto del vino? Noi abbiamo veduto il maestro nel giardino. Si, aveva fiori e frutta. No, io penso a della birra.

    On terminatioiis modifying the meaning of substan- tives. The Italian language abounds in terminations that serve to augment or diminish the original idea of a word. By the addition of these syllables the same word under- goes so many modifications, that sometimes two and more adjectives are not able to render the meaning ex- pressed by those terminations.

    Thus, for instance, avaro means: The diminutive terminations afford a still greater variety of modifications. A word already diminished may, by the addition of other diminutive syllables, express the most singular gradations of the original signification. Librettuccio, lihricciuolo, libretticciuolo cannot be rendered exactly in English. Of these terminations the following are most in use: These terminations express strength, bigness, and greatness. J, indicate diminution with the accessory idea of fondness, loveliness, compassion. The syllable — ino frequently serves to denote a younger member of a noble family.

    Thus conte means count, and contessa countess, whereas contino and contessina mean the young count and the young countess viz. It is understood that in this case the conte father and the contessa mother must still be living. For the sake of euphony a letter or a syllable is often inserted before these terminations, as: It must be well understood that the use of these syllables is not obligatory in Italian.

    On the contrary, they are rather seldom used, provided the speaker does not intend to express a certain modification of the original idea. Besides sides, tlie same syllable has sometimes very different significa- tions. Thus casella from casa, house will hardly ever be met with ; the usual form being casetta. In some words, e. U gigante, the giant. Egli e un medi- castro.

    Dove sono i libri di questo poetastro? Dove alloggia questo poverino? Egli sta in questa casuccia. Questa Sig- norina ha una bellissima manina. Che cosa vuole wants questo vecchietto? II gigante aveva una barbetta ridicola. Egli e un povero fratuzzo. Questo giovinotto e vostro 1 Lat. Si, signore, b mio cugino. Have you seen the little child of the foreigner? He was a vigorous young man of much spirit. This hardy country- woman has two nice little children.

    The young lady had a fine little hand. You will have three thick books. This quack was very ignorant. Thou wast very unhappy, my poor boy.

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    This little dog cagnoUno belongs to e del my little brother and to my little sister. Have you seen the large palace of the young prince? She is the sister of our young count. Di chi b questo libretto? Delia See the Poss. Da chi avete comprato questo Dal libraio booTcseller dietro la libraccio? Volete entrare enter nella No, grazie thank you , Signo- mia barchetta? Che cosa volete fare do con Lo daro I shall give it a questo questo cappellone?

    Avete dato given un poco di No, non ancora not yet. Che cosa hai perduto lost , po- Ho perduto il danaro del mio verina my poor girl 'i fratellino. Non e egli un bellissimo? Apri open la tua manina! There are in Italian: Thou hast reason Tu as raisonj.

    As a rule, the former have no article, whereas the latter usually take the definite article; being, of course, declined hke all other substantives, as: William's hat, Henri's book, Jidla's mother. Expressions like these must be rendered thus: II cappello di Giiglielmo the hat of William ; d lihro di Enrico the book of Henry ; la madre di Giidia the mother of Julia ; the nominative or accusative always preceding the genitive case. In Italia, to Italy, in Italy. He goes to Paris, egli va a Parigi. He lives at Aix-la-chapelle, egli dimdra ad Aquisgrdna.

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