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Autor: Bergé-Soler, Edward, 1879-; Hatheway, Joel, joint author

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Introducción



lUNlVERSITr yLIBRAR y Copyright, 1917, By BENJ.
H.
SANBORN & CO. J.
8.
Cushing Co.
— Berwlck & Sraith Co.
Norwood, Mass., U.S.A. PREFACE This book has been preparad for the purpose of pro-viding students of Spanish with an easy and reliable.
reader dealing exclusively with South America. The text has been made simple throughout, in order to provide a large amount of easy reading in the early stages of study.
Most schools will find the book suit-able for first-year work. The purely explanatory or expository nature of the book has made extensive annotation unnecessary. The notes have been made very brief and have been limited to matters of grammar and to unusual idioms, of which latter, however, there are very few.
A good deal of attention has been given the subjunctive. Thirty sets of Questions and Exercises have been prepared as an aid to the conversation and composition work of the class-room.
These cover in considerable detail the text of the first one hundred twenty pages.
It is believed that for the remainder of the book it is better to allow the teachers to develop this work for themselves. The vocabulary has been made very fuU.
Forms of irregular verbs have been listed in alphabetical order; ñames of persons and places, matters of history and biography and such other points as seemed to cali for comment, have all been listed in the vocabulary.
Com-mon idioms, even when tolerably simple, have been translated.
Especially difficult words, as for example pofy have received extended treatment. At the end of the vocabulary will be found a list of the numeráis used in the text. The authors wish to express their hearty thanks to their former pupils, Mr.
Faustino Lichauco of Manila and Mr.
Lester G.
Tirrell of Buenos Aires, for clerical assistance; to their coUeague, Mr.
Ernest J.
Hall, for assistance in preparing the notes and vocabulary and in reading proófs; to Mr.
J.
Moreno-Lacalle, of the United States Naval Academy, and to Messrs.
R. A. Soto and Manu...





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