A Japanese-English Dictionary of Conversation

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Ikubunsha, 1906 - 735 pages
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Page 300 - Aries, the Ram; Taurus, the Bull; Gemini, the Twins; Cancer, the Crab; Leo, the Lion; Virgo, the Virgin; Libra, the Balance; Scorpio, the Scorpion; Sagittarius, the Archer; Capricornus, the Goat; Aquarius, the Water-bearer; and Pisces, the Fishes.
Page 142 - I shall take care to make these according to your wish. When can you let me have them ? I will send them to you towards the end of the week. You shall have them in the beginning of next week.
Page 143 - I cannot walk in them. ¥ou will not have worn them two days before they cease to hurt you. I told you many times, that I do not like to be pinched in my shoes. I do not wish to get corns. I wish to be easy in my shoes. The leather is bad. The upper leather is good for nothing. The soles are too thin. The quarters are too low. I won't have my fool uncovered.
Page 232 - What a quantity of cabbages and cauliflowers ! We consume a great many in the family. Here is a fine bed of asparagus. I am very fond of them. I like artichokes nearly as well. These peas are in bloom already. I have some in pods in another place. Have you planted any kidney beans ? I have some out of tho ground.
Page 200 - He lives in such f> street. Is it far from here ? It is but two steps from here. It is but a very little way. Can you direct me to his house ? I am going that way myself. I will show you where he lives. I will show you his house TEAVAIL A L'AIGtJILLE.
Page 232 - ... what have you there? they are Jerusalem artichokes. , I had never seen any before. are these onions? no, they are leeks. they are very much like onions. I see you have all sorts of salad. here is cabbage • lettuce, and cross kttuce.
Page 212 - No, this is the stopping train. At what o'clock does the luggage train start? There are two a day: one starts at ten o'clock in the morning, and the other at three in the afternoon. Does your friend come with us? No, he leaves at twelve o'clock by the mixed train. Will he make a long stay at***? ¡Dialog xxxvu. Çier, ifl bie SJcfomcr. tweldje un
Page 187 - How have you passed the night ? Badly enough ; the engine would not let me sleep. It is day-light. Where are we ? We shall soon be in sight of land. The sea is calmer. The wind is not so high as it was. We are going very fast. How many knots are we running an hour ? Let us ask the helmsman. We are making ten knot
Page 153 - Will you have it hard or soft? Do you like it hard or soft ? I like it hard. I do not like it quite so hard. Here it is. Try it. How do you like it ? It is rather too broad. It is too fine. It is not slit enough. The slit is rather too long. Try it again. It is excellent. I am very much obliged to you. You are very welcome.
Page 232 - I don't see any celery. It is in another part of the garden. I think your garden is pretty well stocked. You have plenty of every thing. It is better to have too much than too little.

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