The Italian tutor, or, A new and most compleat Italian grammer : containing above others a most compendious way to learne the verbs, and rules of syntax : to which is annexed a display of the monasillable particles of the language, by way of alphabet : as also, certaine dialogues made up of Italianismes or neicities of the language, with the English to them : studied and compiled with much time and labour, and now published for the speede and ease of such as desire to attaine the perfection of the said langauge : with an alphabet of primative and originall Italian words, underiveable from the Latin / by Gio. Torriano ...

Author
Torriano, Giovanni [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
London : Printed by Tho. Paine, and are to be sold by H. Robinson ... , 1640.
Description
[12], 93 [i.e. 103], [120] p. ; 19 cm. (4to)

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Subject(s)
Italian languageGrammarEarly works to 1800 [Browse]
Notes
  • Errors in paging: 98, 99, 102 and 103 numbered 92, 89, 96 and 93 respectively.
  • "A display of monasyllable particles ... " has special t.p. with imprint: London : Imprinted by Thomas Paine, 1640.
  • Ex copy in recent calf.
OCLC
63598282
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