English As She Is Spoke
Introduction to "The New Guide of the Conversation in Portuguese and English" | Useful Words, Part I | Useful Words, Part II | Familiar Phrases | Familiar Dialogues, Part I | Familiar Dialogues, Part II | Familiar Dialogues, Part III | Familiar Letters | Familiar Anecdotes | Idiotisms and Proverbs


-Go to send for.
-Have you say that?
-Have you understand that he says?
-At what purpose have say so?
-Put your confidence in my.
-At what o'clock dine him?
-Apply you at the study during that you are young.
-Dress your hairs.
-Sing an area.
-These apricots and these peaches make me and to come water in the mouth.
-How do you can it to deny?
-Wax my shoes.
-This is that I have think.
-That are the dishes whose you must be and to abstain.
-This meat ist not too over do.
-This ink is white.
-This room is filled of bugs.
-This girl have a beauty edge.
-It is a noise which to cleave the head.
-This wood is full of thief's.
-Tell me, it can one to know?
-Give me some good milk newly get out.
-To morrow hi shall be entirely (her master) or unoccupied.
-She do not that to talk and to cackle.
-Dry this wine.
-He laughs at my nose, he jest by me.
-He has spit in my coat.
-He has me take out my hairs.
-He does me some kicks.
-He has scratch the face with hers nails.
-He burns one's self the brains.
-He is valuable his weight's gold.
-He has the world for to laugh.
-He do the devil at four.
-He make to weep the room.
-He was fighted in duel.
-They fight one's selfs together.
-He do want to fall.
-It must never to laugh of the unhappies.
-He was wanting to be killed.
-I am confused all your civilities.
-I am catched cold.
-I not make what to coughand spit.
-Never have I feeld a such heat.
-Till say-us?
-Till hither.
-I have put my stockings outward.
-I have croped the candle.
-I have mind to vomit.
-I will not to sleep on street.
-I am catched cold in the brain.
-I am pinking me with a pin.
-I dead myself in envy to see her.
-I take a broth all morning.
-I shall not tell you than two woods.
-Have you understanded?
-Let him have know?
-Have you understand they?
-Do you know they?
-Do you know they to?
-The storm is go over.
-The sun begins to dissipe it.
-Witch prefer you?
-The paving stone is slippery.
-The thunderbolt is falling down.
-The rose-trees begins to button.
-The ears are too length.
-The hands itch at him.
-Have you forgeted me?
-Lay him hir apron.
-Help-to a little most the better yours terms.
-Dont you are awaken yet?
-That should must me to cost my life.
-We are in the canicule.
-No budge you there.
-Do not might one's understand to speak.
-Where are their stockings, their shoes, her shirt and her petlicot?
-One's can to believe you?
-One's find-modest the young men rarely.
-If can't to please at every one's.
-Take that boy and whip him to much.
-Take attention to cut you self.
-Take care to dirt you self.
-Dress my horse.
-Since you not go out, I shall go out nor I neither.
-That may dead if I lie you.
-What is it who want you?
-Why you no helps me to?
-Upon my live.
-All trees have very deal bear.
-A throat's ill.
-You shall catch cold one's.
-You make grins.
-Will some mutton?
-Will you fat or slight?
-Will you this?
-Will you a bon?
-You not make who to babble.
-You not make that to prate all day's work.
-You interompt me.
-You mistake you self heavily.
-You come too rare.


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