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Context of A grammar of the Italian language. : In two parts. In the first, the rudiments are accuratley delivered; The Peculiarities and Idioms carefully noted; and the Learner completely instructed to Read, Write and Speak Italian Correctly. To which are added, Rules never before published; particularly for a true Pronunciation, which is carefully exemplified by correspondent Sounds in English Syllables. The second part contains an Italian and English vocabulary; a Collection of the most useful Adjectives; Italian Phrases on different Subjects; Miscellaneous Phrases; Familiar Dialogues in Italian and English; and the choicest Italian Proverbs. The second edition. By Evangelista Palermo, A. M. Editor of Altieri's Italian and English Dictionary, and Teacher of the Italian Tongue in London
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