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Stracciare, to tear. Ingannare, to deceive. Tagliare, to cut. Mendicare, 1 Meritare, 1 to beg. Trascurare, to neglect to merit. Volare, to fly. The following verbs, and about thirty more, have two past participles ; a long one, which expresses an action, and an abbreviated one, which is a kind of adjective : Participles adattato, and adatto.

Adattare , to adapt. Adornare, to adorn. Avvezzare , to accustom Caricare , to load. Saziare , to satiate , satisfy Svegliare , to wake up. Ho caricato il mio schi oppo. I have loaded my gun. II mio schi oppo e carico. My gun is loaded. Auguro, auguri, augura ; Auguriamo , augurate , augurano. L' Inghilterra , England. Inglese, Englishman, English.

La Francia, France. Francese, Frenchman, 48 French. La Germania, Germany. L Italia,. Italiano, Italian. La Spagna, Spain. Spagnuolo, Spaniard, Spanish 43 La situazione the situation. La porta, l'uscio, the gate, door. Questa citta, this town, city. La lingua, tongue, the language. Facile, easy, Politico, political, Difficile, difficult. Commerciale, commercial NOTE. In this and the following exercises the verbs are given in the Present of the Infinitive Mood ; it is left to the student to put them in the proper mood, tense , number, and person.

I do not find a the Italian 1 language difficult. William speaks b French, 2 but does not speak German. I am buying 3 some books for my brother. I blame c my sister, because she was listening d at the door. Shall you vote e to- morrow? John found 4 this letter on a chair, in my brother's room. I have sent f Henry's Spanish grammar to my mother. Charles always 5 studies g in our uncle's garden. We admire h the situation of this town. I have left i William's book on my writing-desk.

Elizabeth will play, j I , b shall sing, k and Charles will draw 1. La lingua italiana. The Italian language. I have bought two Italian books, one for Henry, and one for William. You b were dining a , whilst I was studying. Mary will embroider b a waistcoat for my father. The discovery of the America caused c Past Def. When I entered d 3 the room he was working e. Did you speak Past Def. No, I did not speak Past Def.

I shall explain f this rule this evening. I shall have built g my house before October Measure h the length and breadth of this room, before 4 buying the pianoforte. We shall preserve i these cherries with in the brandy. If I had money, I would buy this picture.

Last night, meaning the night time, is translated by "Questa notte," or "La notte passata.

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I entered the theatre at six o'clock. Prima di andare a Parigi. Before going to Paris. Prima di aver parlato. Before having spoken. The preposition "dopo," after, is always followed by the Past of the Infinitive. Partiro dopo aver parlato. I shall start after having spoken.

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He, it 2. Essi or Eglino, Ella or Essa, She, it, you Esse or Elleno, They you ' The pronouns "egli," " ella," " eglino," and " elleno," are used only in speaking of persons, whilst "esso," " essa," " essi," and " esse," are often employed with reference to persons, animals, and things, and are used both as the subjects and objects of verbs. Egli parla francese. He speaks French. Ei non sapeva che fare del pane che gli gettavo. He did not know what to do with the bread I threw him. Essi andarono a Parigi. They went to Paris.

Mentre io scrivo questa lettera , voi preparerete i miei bauli. Whilst I write this letter , you will prepare my trunks.

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Se i o parlassi , sarei ruinato. If I spoke, I should be ruined. I do speak when it is needful. L' ho scritto io stesso or medesimo , I wrote it myself. Pietro agisce bene ; egli e stimato. Peter acts well ; he is esteemed. In which sentence " Pietro " is the subject of" agisce," and " egli " of " e stimato. When there is only one pronoun used as a direct, 1 or as an indirect 2 object, in the same sentence , the English pronouns me, thee, him, etc.

Mi, me. Mi, to me. Ti, thee. Ti, to thee. Gli, to him. Le, to her, you or it. Si, himself , herself , Si,. Ci or ne, 3 us. Ci or ne, 3 to us. Vi, to you. Egli mi parlo con rispetto. He spoke to me with respect. Non ci hanno mai invitati. They never invited us. Gli parlero domani. Egli chiamo Carlo e me. He called Charles and me. In the sentence above " Carlo " and " me " are the direct objects of "chiamo. In the sentence above " mi" a me is the indirect complement of " parlo.

L amicizia tua ne piace. Your friendship pleases to us. I would not lend them money. If the verb ends with an accented vowel, as " mando," he or she sent, the consonant of the pronoun, except the g of "gli," is doubled, and the accent suppressed. Essa guardavami sovente. She often looked at me. Egli mandommi a Milano. He sent me to Milan. It is much better for the beginner to follow rule Mio padre desidera di mandarmi a Venezia. My father desires to send me to Venice.

Essa lo calmo parlandogli con molta bonta. She calmed him by speaking to him very kindly.

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Pagatimi used instead ofavendomi pagato i libri, ando via. Having paid me for the book, he went away, Adagiatasi essend osi 3 adagiata sulla sedia , essa narro le sue avventure. Having seated herself on the chair , she narrated her adventures. Parlami ora caro fratello. Speak to me now, dear brother. Mandateci 5 un mazzo di fiori. Send us a bunch of flowers. Non ti scordar di me. Do not forget me. Non gli piacendo la stanza. As he did not like the room. Comprato avendo comprato il cavallo , ando via. Having bought the horse, he went away. Non mi parlare ora, caro fratello.

Do not speak to me now, dear brother. Ci mandi un mazzo di fiori. Londra, London. Parigi, Paris. Roma, Rome. Firenze, Florence. Glasgovia, Glasgow. Dublino, Dublin. Venezia, Venice. Genova, Genoa. Federico, Frederick.

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Giorgio, George. Odoardo, Edward. Giacomo, James. Filippo, Philip. Giuseppe, Joseph. Luigia, Louisa. Francesca, Frances. II caffe, coffee. II te, tea. II latte, milk. La crema, cream. II butirro, butter. Lolio, oil. Lo zucchero, sugar. L aceto, vinegar. La cioccolata, chocolate. Margherita, Margaret. I bought it , in 1 London. Does Edward speak Italian? Yes, he does. I studied have studied it in France. Has Louisa sent to-day's newspaper to my father? Yes ; she sent has sent it this morning. Charles always speaks to me when he meets a me. My father taught b us yesterday, and will teach us to-day.

My mother never non. I shall not speak to him to-day. Have you bought any sugar? Yes, I have , George has made me a present of c some Italian books. If they had any money, they would send to him some tea and , bread. Ando a Parigi , in Francia. He went to Paris , in France. Giovanni , parla il tedesco? Si, lo parla.

Does John speak German? Avevo promesso di portare il mio oriuolo, e 1' ho portato. I had promised to bring my watch , and I have brought it. When in the same sentence there are more than one direct or more than one indirect objects, relating to different persons or things, or when they desire to lay a particular stress on the object in the sentence, the Italians place the following personal pronouns after the verb, but not joined to it that is why they are called Disjunctive Personal Pronouns. Me, me. A me, to me. Te, thee. A te, to thee.

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Se himself , herself ,. To itself or themselves. Noi, us. A noi, to us. Voi, you. A voi, to you. II generale parlo a me, ma non parlo a mio nipote. The general spoke to me, but he did not speak to my nephew. Parlo a Lei, Signore ; perche non mi risponde? I speak to you, Sir ; why do you not answer me? Notice that in the case explained in rule , "gli" and " le " see rule could not be used instead of " a loro.

Mandero un libro a lui, e a loro mandero del denaro. I shall send him a book, and some money to them. Carlo parlera per me. Vuol ella venir con me? Parti con loro. Gli per lui fabbricarono una casa. They built him for him a house. Vuol ella venir meco? Will you come with me? Andai con essoloro D'Azeglio. I went along with them. II marmo , marble. La pietra, stone. II legno, wood. II cristallo, crystal. Paolo, Paul. Andrea, Andrew.

Antonio, Anthony. Carlotta, Charlotte. II vetro, glass. Stefano, Stephen. Maddalena, Madeline. Uno specchio Un leggio, Carta sugante, Ceralacca, Un acquarello, Mio suocero, Mia cognata, 53 the handkerchief, a looking-glass, a reading-desk, blotting-paper, sealing-wax. Vostro genero, your son-in-law. I condemned a Past Def. Paul always speaks of himself Charlotte spoke to me , but she did not speak to my sisters. I speak to you ; why do you not answer? You never pay attention c to me. He always speaks of me, but I never speak of him.

They sent Past Def. Stephen will speak for me. They built him a marble palace. Madeline has sent a gold ring to William, and a small water-colour to my sister-in-law. She sent also a beautiful looking-glass to my sister. I shall place d the picture before her.

Badate a me. Pay attention to me. You could not say "Badatemi. Gli ando incontro. He went against him. When two conjunctive pronouns are governed by the same verb, and one is a " direct " and the other an " indirect object," the " indirect" precedes the " direct object," and the i of " mi," " ti," " ci," " vi," is changed into e. When these pronouns come before the verb, they are written separately, but when they are placed after the verb, they are written together, and joined to it. William lent it to me.

Me li ha comprati mio zio. My uncle bought them for me. Egli vuol vendercelo oggi. He will sell it to us to-day. Me lo, or mel 1 disse ieri sera. He told it to me last night. Dammelo , See rule Me lo dia, Give it to me. Datemelo , When the pronoun " gli," to him, is followed by the pronouns " lo," " la," " li," " le," and " ne," instead of changing the final i into e, like the other conjunctive pronouns see rule , it takes an e after the final i, and forms one word with the relative pronoun.

Glielo prestero , ma n on posso darglielo. Mi ha promesso di mandarglieli questa sera. Mandaglielo , 2 See rule Mandateglielo , 2 Notice that, for the sake of euphony, " glie " is also used for the feminine instead of" le," when followed by " lo," " la," "li," " le," and " ne. Maria desiderava i fiori , ed io glieli ho mandati. In Italian an answer must contain the noun expressed in the question, or a pronoun in its stead, and the verb must be repeated in the answer.

Ha ella presola mia ombrella? Have you taken my umbrella? No, non l'ho presa. Dio, Iddio, God. II sole, the sun. II cielo , Heaven : the sky. La luna, the moon. La terra , the earth. Le stelle , the stars. Mio caro amico , my dear friend , II giorno di nascita , the birthday, Questo pericolo this danger. Un regalo , a present , Un album, an album, il popolq the people, Ora, adesso, now.

Volontieri , willingly. Speak to me now, because I shall not have time to-morrow. He was speaking to his master when you called a Past Def. When will you send her , the pictures? I will send them to her , this evening. Do not forget b , Will 1 you help c me, my dear friend?


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Yes, willingly, I will not abandon d you in this danger. Will you lend e me your penknife? Yes, I will Shall you send him a present for his birthday? Yes, I shall send him an album. I have brought f Henry's books to 2 show g them to you , They ordered h him to speak to the people. Vuol' ella darmi una rosa? Will you give me a rose? The Present Indicative of" volere," to be willing, should be studied at once ; it is given on page 9 1.

I have come to speak to you. The verbal prefix to is translated into Italian by " di," when it is preceded by an adjective, or a past participle except " pronto," ready, " disposto," disposed, "prono," inclined, " preparato," prepared], and a verb expressing an idea of rest or state.


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  7. Sono decisi di andare a Venezia. They have decided to go to Venice. The verbal prefix to is translated into Italian by " a," when it is preceded by a verb expressing motion, or " pronto," " disposto," " prono," and " preparato. Venga a trovarmi fra due mesi. Come to see me in two months' time. Picchia anche li e aspetta , e poteva aspettare.

    He also knocks there and waits, Manz. Cortesemente domando chi,e' fossero. Courteously he asked who they were. Quegli e desso ; lo conosco. It is he ; I know him. E s' egli e ver che tua potenza sia nel cielo. And if it be true that thy power is in heaven. E' risica d' essere una giornata peggio di ieri. It risks to be a day worse than yesterday. Ma Lei non mi scrive mai. But you never write to me. Si levo anche lui il cappello. He also took off his hat. Lei e ricca, ma io son povero. You are rich , but I am poor. Le parole che dicon loro vanno via e spariscono.

    The words which they say fly away and disappear. Sometimes, in the colloquial style, " la," and " le," are used instead of " ella " and " esse. La c' e ; 1' ho trovata! She is there ; I found her! Le son tutte qui. They are all here. When several verbs govern the same pronouns, the latter are generally repeated with each verb. Gli 1 amiamo e gli 1 stimiamo. We love and esteem them. Egli nol disse a nessuno. He did not tell it to anybody. I know him well. Notice that before a verb beginning with a vowel, or an. Besides being used as conjunctive personal pronouns see rules , , " ci," " vi," and " ne," are used as relative pronouns, and as adverbs.

    Non indovinerei , se ci pensassi un anno. I could not guess it, if I thought a year about it. Questo quadro mi va a genio ; ci ho fatto fare una bella cornice. I like this picture very much ; I have had a fine frame made for it. Ci ho dato una mano di vernice. I have given it a coat of varnish. When " ci " and " vi " are used as adverbs, they always refer to an antecedent ; "ci" means here , and " vi " means there.

    Francesco viene qui tutte le mattine , e ci sta fino alle otto della sera. Francis comes here every morning , and stays till eight o'clock in the evening. Non sono mai stato in Italia , ma faccio i conti d'andarvi questa primavera. Contemporaneamente Bart si fa bucare l'orecchio sinistro per un orecchino al fine di assomigliare a Milhouse. Dopo aver condotto l'imbarcazione in acque sovietiche, Homer viene considerato un traditore dai media e il suo sottomarino viene bersagliato dagli altri mezzi.

    In seguito al bombardamento si crea una falla che Homer riesce a tappare con l'orecchino di Bart e riportare il sottomarino in superficie. Congedato con disonore, Homer riesce ad evitare altri problemi dato che i giudici che avrebbero dovuto giudicarlo sono implicati in numerosi altri scandali. Per riuscire a consegnare in tempo la dichiarazione dei redditi, Homer compila il modulo con sciocchezze e bugie, ma viene arrestato per frode.

    Fingendosi un giornalista, Homer riesce ad introdursi in casa di Burns, che incautamente gli mostra la banconota, e viene immediatamente arrestato dagli agenti dell'FBI che fanno irruzione nella sua villa. Tuttavia pentito del suo gesto, Homer aiutato da Smithers aiuta Burns a fuggire a bordo di un aeroplano, e i tre atterrano a Cuba , dove vengono derubati della banconota dallo stesso Fidel Castro. L'episodio termina con i tre su una zattera di ritorno negli Stati Uniti, e con Burns che per salvarsi dalla giustizia ha intenzione di corrompere i giudici.

    Bart porta il suo skate a scuola, ma usandolo durante la ricreazione, fa infuriare Willie , che glielo sequestra. Bart per vendetta introduce nella baracca del bidello, della crema di mais attraverso il camino. Intanto Lisa diventa la conduttrice di un telegiornale dedicato ai bambini, all'interno dello show di Krusty il clown. Inizialmente Bart si occupa delle notizie sportive, ma per via del suo successo viene promosso a co-conduttore. Bart inizia a produrre una serie di servizi su dei casi umani che, facendo leva sul sentimentalismo della gente, diventano molto popolari, rendendo Lisa molto gelosa del fratello.

    Per mettere il fratello alle strette, Lisa cerca prima di imitarlo, poi gli invia una lettera finta in cui gli dice di essere un immigrato che ha perso la propria casa. Andato sul posto per intervistarlo, Bart si trova faccia a faccia con il giardiniere Willie a cui Bart ha distrutto la casa all'inizio dell'episodio. Willie aggredisce Bart e a salvarlo interviene Lisa che commuove il giardiniere, con le stesse tecniche imparate da Bart durante i suoi servizi. Alla fine Homer decide di candidarsi egli stesso nuovo commissario, e vincere le elezioni grazie ad una serie di promesse fatte alla cittadinanza.

    Dopo aver miseramente fallito in una gara padre-figlio, per riuscire a riconquistare la stima di Bart , Homer si iscrive in palestra ottenendo notevoli risultati, grazie anche ad una barretta energetica a base di mele, la "Powersauce". Per assicurarsi la riuscita dell'impresa, Homer viene affiancato da due sherpa, ma quando l'uomo si rende conto che gli sherpa lo fanno avanzare durante il sonno, li licenzia per ottenere il risultato da solo.

    Pur di non perdere la mostra, Lisa riesce a convincere Homer a darle il permesso di prendere l'autobus. Mentre Homer realizza dello sbaglio che ha fatto, Lisa si perde in un posto che non conosce. Dopo diverse peripezie Homer rintraccia la figlia, ma troppo tardi per la mostra. Homer e Marge , nel tentativo di restituire passione alla propria vita sessuale, scoprono di sentirsi particolarmente eccitati soltanto quando fanno l'amore in luoghi in cui potrebbero essere scoperti da qualcuno.

    Homer e Marge riescono ad uscire senza essere visti dal minigolf, ma alla fine finiscono al centro del campo di uno stadio nel bel mezzo di una partita, con il risultato di essere immortalati anche sui giornali del giorno seguente. Nel frattempo, Bart e Lisa riportano alla luce un finale alternativo del film Casablanca. Altri progetti.

    Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera. Altri progetti Wikiquote. Categoria : Stagioni de I Simpson. Menu di navigazione Strumenti personali Accesso non effettuato discussioni contributi registrati entra. And yet No more, no nothing, nothing at all. I recall at least i try, i sometimes see what's lost, what's no more, what's and whys, still i let time loose on my primary bittersweet, on life of life and yet it's harder to stay.

    Could you recall me? Could your recall anything at all? Could you forget or forgive as well as i can't? Couldn't you see myself in ruins, my soul sold for free, my brain becoming un-smarted and giving away all sparks. Could you call me again? Could you? Could you feel the cold breeze as well as i feel it every moment of my life?

    Could you think what a waste it is? Could you count my wounds and give relief to them once and for all? Could you stand and fight? Letting loose Who cares about what you read what you think, it's always a shallow impression, we are shallow indeed anyway, we see, we think, we do on what? Nothing, just shallow schemes and so it goes and goes and goes and goes forever.

    My burnt half fights every second, i should quit smoke but then i think who cares? I should quit my bad attitudes but then again why? I should do a lot of things right in time but time is never enough when you need to do things, a lot of things and a lot more.