Choice phrases, set forth in questions and answers in Italian, rendered into English wherein all the chief difficulties about the particles, in the said language, are made easie by examples; each line being a sentence, to the end that the learner may the better retain them in his memory: to which are added in this second impression, many other choice phrases, short dialogues; and a pretty discourse of commerce: he that shall read this little book twice may easily understand any Italian author in prose. Lately published and well corrected by P.P. Master of the Italian tongue, and approved of by other masters of the said tongue, to be a work very useful, not only for those who begin to learn; but also for those who desire to attain to the perfection thereof; the only way to learn a language is to learn it in its proper phrases.
printed for the author, and are to be sold by Jane Bourn at the south entrance of the Royal Exchange,
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