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
For the comedy.
Were you go to the theatre
Yes, sir; I won't to see the new play in which did owed to play and
which has not appeared on any theatre.
How you think her?
She has very much grace
in the deeds great deal of exactness on the
declamation, a constitution
very agreeable, and a delightful voice
What you say of the comedy
? Have her succeded? It was a drama; it was
whistted to the third scene of the last act.
It whant the vehicle
, and the intrigue it was bad conducted.
So that they won't waited even the upshot
No, it was divined. In the mean time them did diliver justice
players which generaly have play very well.
At the exception by a one's self, who had land very much hir's part.
It want to have not any indulgence
towards the bat buffoons.
Have you seen already the new tragedy
? They praise her very much.
It is multitude
Never I had seen the parlour
This actor he make very well her part.
That piece is full of interest.
It have wondered the spectadors.
The curtains let down.
Go out us.
There is it some game
in this wood?
Another time there was plenty some black beasts and thin game, but the
have killed almost all.
Look a hare who run! let do him to pursue for the hounds
! it go one's
Here that it rouse. Let aim it! let make fire him!
I have put down killed.
Me, I have failed it; my gun have miss fixe.
I see a hind
Let leave to pass away, don't disturte it.
I have heard that it is plenty partriges this year.
Have you killed also some thrushes.
a very good hunting.
That pond it seems me many multiplied of fishes
. Let us amuse rather to
I do like it too much.
Here, there is a wand
and some hooks.
Silence! there is a superb perch
! Give me quick the rod. Ah! there is,
it is a lamprey
You mistake you
, it is a frog! dip again it in the water.
With a furniture tradesman.
It seems no me new
Pardon me, it comes workman's hands.
Which hightness want you its?
I want almost four feet six thumbs wide's, over seven of long
For embarking one's self.
Don't you fear the privateers
I jest of them; my vessel is armed in man of war, I have a vigilant
courageous equipage, and the ammunitions don't want me its.
Never have you not done wreck
That it is arrived me twice.
With a gardener.
Shall I eat some plums
It is not the season yet; but here is some peaches what does ripen
It delay me to eat some wal nuts-kernals; take care not leave to pass the
, I shall throw you any nuts during the shell is green yet.
The artichoks grow its?
I have a particular care of its, because I know you like the bottoms
It must to cut the trees.
It should pull the bad grasses
The books and of the reading.
Do you like the reading good deal too many which seem me?
That is to me a amusement
All the fields that you see thither were been neglected
; it must I shall
grub up and to plough its.
The ground seems me a little scour with sand and yet it may one make it
bring up; I want be fumed
time by time.
Your pens have any notches, and its spit
How do you like its? will you its are fine or broad?
I won't me also a wafer
or some sealing wax and a seal.
In this drawer, there is all that, fading stick
, rule, scraper, saud,
There is the postman
I go to put it him again.
With a bookseller.
What is there in new's litterature
Little or almost nothing, it not appears any thing of note.
And yet one imprint
But why, you and another book seller, you does not to imprint some good
There is a reason for that, it is that you cannot to sell its. The
actual-liking of the public is depraved
they does not read who for to
amuse one's self ant but to instruct one's.
But the letter's men who cultivate
the arts and the sciences they can't
to pass without the books.
A little learneds are happies enough for to may to satisfy
on the literature.
I have only been able to procure
the octo-decimo edition, which is
embellished with plates beautifully coloured.
With a dentist.
I have the teetht-ache
Is it a fluxion
, or have you a bad tooth
I think that is a bad tooth; please you to examine my mouth?
You have a bad tooth
; will you pull out this tooth?
I can't to decide me it, that make me many great deal pain.
Your tooth is absolutely roted; if you leave it; shall spoil
In such case draw it.
I shall you neat also your mouth, and you could care entertain it clean,
for to preserve the mamel of the teeth; I could give you a opiate
strengthen the gums.
I thank you
; I prefer the only means, which is to rinse the mouth with
some water, or a little brandy
With a laundress.
Who lhat be too washed, too many soaped
, and the shirts put through the
You may be sure; never I do else.
For to swim.
I row upon the belly
on the back and between two waters.
I am not so dexte rous that you.
Nothing is more easy than to swim
; it do not what don't to be afraid of.
The french language.
Do you study?
Yes, sir, I attempts to translate of french
Do you know already the principal grammars rules?
I am appleed my self at to learn its by heart.
Do speak french alwais?
Some times; though I flay
You jest, you does express you self very well.