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The elementary Sounds of the Italian language are twenty- seven ; of these twenty-one are single, and six compound. The simple elementary sounds are as follows: The sound of the letter a in padre, father.
These seven sounds are vowel sounds. In English the vowel sounds are twelve. The sound of the letter p in pane, bread. It is adopted oc- casionally in this Grammar to mark the open sound of the e and o, to assist the pupil. The sound of the letter c in cuore, heart. These ten sounds are called mute sounds.
These four sounds are called liquid sounds. The sound of the letters see, sci, in scena, scene ; sciu- gatojo, towel. These last six sounds are called compound sounds. The first three can only he represented by joining two conso- nants. The c seems to combine the sound of t, and g of d with another sound which could not be expressed by itself.
Sounds of the Italian language as they are found in English words. A Diphthong is a compound sound formed by uniting two vowels together ; such as piano floor. There are also Triphthongs, or three vowels pro- nounced by a single impulse of the voice ; as miei my.
Sounds are capable of being expressed in writing by signs. These signs are seen by the eye, whilst sounds are heard by the ear. The figures of the letters are as follows: Five vowels a, e, i, o, u. Nine mutes p 9 b, f, v, t, d, c, g, s. Its sound is the same as in English ; as, qualitcL, quality ; questions, question ; requisite, requisite ; quoziente, quotient. J"is the same as ii ; thus we may write tempj or tempii, temples. At the begin- ning of a word and when between vowels it is the same as.
The number of the letters is twenty-two. The order of the letters is as follows: The order of the letters is called the Alphabet, because in the Greek language the names of the two first letters were alpha and beta respectively ; that is, alpha was the name of the letter which we call a, and beta of b. The names of the letters are as follow: The spelling of the Italian follows exactly the pronunciation, with very few exceptions. It does not do so in the majority of English words.
Every letter is pronounced except A, which is used as a sign in writing in the three following cases. It is used after c and g when e or i follow, to give to these letters a hard sound, which otherwise would be soft.
The h is used after the vowels in interjections, as ah! The consonants c ch and g are always pronounced hard, except when followed by e or i. Remember ceci, chick-pease ; gengive, the gums. The same might be said of e and o.
The syllables see and sci are pronounced as sh in shame and she. The two letters gn are pronounced somewhat like the first n in the word onion cipolla. The consonant s between two vowels is pronounced as the second s in season stagione , and like the first s in all other cases. When a word beginning with an s, followed by a vowel, is joined to a word ending with a vowel, the sound of the s is not changed. The consonant z is generally pronounced like to.
The two vowels e and o are sometimes pronounced open and sometimes close. In the greater number of cases, no certain rule can be given to determine the pro- nunciation of these letters.
The Italians themselves do not always agree on this point. The following directions should, however, be attended to. The difference between the two vowels is only marked distinctly on the accented vowels. An accented o at the end of a word is always open. In cosa, thing, and cosi, thus, the s is like the first s in season. As the close sound is perhaps more common than the open, it will be safer for the Pupil to use it in preference in all doubtful words.
In pronouncing a word formed of many syllables, the voice is heard more distinctly upon one than on the other. This raising of the voice is called an Accent. The mark x that indicates it is called accent also.
It is only used, however, when the accented vowel is the last letter of a word. The accent is generally placed on the last syllable but one. It is also found 1. On the last syllable. On the last syllable but two. On the last syllable but three. Poetical lines ending with such a word have always a syllable less than the others. Quantity is the measure of time in pronouncing a syllable.
A syllable is considered as long or short. In Italian, accented vowels are long, and all others short. A long syllable generally requires double the time of a short one in pronouncing. The difficulty in an Englishman's acquiring a good Italian pronunciation does not consist in his learning new sounds, for all Italian sounds are found in the English language, except perhaps the sounds gli in egli, and gn in signorej but in his having to pronounce the Italian sounds in a different manner from what he is accustomed to do in his own language.
The final letter of a syllable is naturally pronounced more strongly than the others. The English will there- fore find it difficult to mark well the sound of the vowel, not being accustomed to do so. As noticed above 32 , the Italians place their accent generally on the last syllable but one ; the English generally on the last syllable, and principally on account of their numerous monosyllables.
The latter will there- fore naturally, unless they pay great attention, or have heard or spoken Italian for a considerable time, place the accent on the last syllable. All others end with a vowel. The Italians have only one sound for the letter a 7 as in father padre. The English have four: The long, as in pale pallido ; 2. The short, as in fat grasso 3. The middle, as in arm braccio ; 4. The broad, as in all tutto. It is not difficult to avoid the first or long, and the fourth or broad sound ; but the second or short sound, as in.
The Italian language has only seven vowel sounds, the English twelve the transition from the a to the u is less marked therefore in the latter.
The student should be very careful to pronounce well the e and the i r so as not to confound the two sounds. When two or more words are read together, which is very frequently the case, the pronunciation is exactly the same as when reading one word, and the accent is then heard only on the last.
All vowels may be said to have three sounds, ac- cording to the manner in which they are pronounced: The principal or common sound, as a in amico friend ; 2. A prolonged sound when h follows the vowels, as in the interjections ah! A forcible sound, as in dalla from the , bella beautiful , stella star. This sound is heard when the vowel is followed by a double consonant, and when a monosyllable ending with a vowel or a word ending with an accent is followed by a consonant, and the two words are pronounced together, as Dite questo a me f Do you say this to me?
The elementary sounds, in their smallest com- bination, produce a syllable ; syllables properly combined produce a word. A syllable is a sound, either simple or compounded, pronounced by a single impulse of the voice, and con- stituting a word or part of a word, as a to , a-mi-co friend. Spelling is the art of rightly dividing words into their syllables, or of expressing a word by its proper let- ters.
The following are the general rules for the division of words into syllables. Two or three consonants proper to begin a word must not be separated, as co-sta-re to cost , di- strug-gere to destroy. When two or more consonants which are not proper to begin a word meet between two vowels, such of them as can begin a word belong to the latter, the rest to the former syllable, as com-ple-to complete , tut-to all.
Two vowels not being a diphthong must be divided into separate syllables, as Di-o God. We may mention here, that a line should never end with a word contracted, as gran for grande great , or having an apostrophe, as delV of the. The Apostrophe shows that a vowel is cut off either at the end or at the beginning of a word.
The two vowels i and u seldom suffer elision before a word beginning with a vowel. When the apostrophe is found at the end of a word, before a consonant at the beginning of the next word, it always stands for the vowel i. Gli is elided only when followed by z, otherwise it would lose its natural sound, and be pronounced hard. If il be preceded by a vowel, we may drop the , as tutto 'I mondo for tutto il mondo all the world. Elisions, though frequent in poetry, should rather be avoided in prose.
Obscurity should always be avoided if possible. The elision consequently does not take place in the plural articles, to distinguish them from the. We write and pronounce Tanima the soul in the singular, and le anime the souls in the plural. By Contraction is meant the suppression of a vowel or syllable at the end of a word, followed by another be- ginning with a consonant.
All words ending in e or 0, after 7, m, w, r, may drop the final vowel before a word beginning with a single consonant. Thus vuol for vuole, he wishes ; siam for siamo, we are ; the adjectives chiaro clear , raro rare , nero black , oscuro obscure , and a few others, being excepted.
When two words come together, the latter begin- ning with s followed by a consonant, the contraction very rarely takes place. The adverb or a and its compounds are the only words ending in a that admit of contraction. In the plural we may drop the ZZ, and write either lei or be', quei or gue', as the harmony of the sentence may require.
Be- fore words beginning with a vowel, or s and another con- sonant, we should write quegli, begli. These rules do not apply if the adjective be placed after the noun it qualifies. The following are a few of the words which un- dergo the greatest alteration: It is proper to begin with a capital 1.
The first word of every book, chapter, letter, note, or any other piece of writing. The first word after a period ; and if the two sen- tences are totally independent, after a note of interrogation or exclamation.
The appellations of the Deity. Adjectives derived from proper nouns if used as nouns ; as, the French, I Francesi. Other words may begin with capitals when they are remarkably emphatical. Punctuation is the art of dividing a written compo- sition into sentences, or parts of sentences, by points or stops, for the purpose of marking the different pauses which the sense and an accurate pronunciation require.
The comma represents the shortest pause ; the semi- colon, a pause double that of the comma ; the colon, double that of the semicolon: Tones differ both from emphasis and pauses; con- sisting in the modulation of the voice, the notes or variations of sound which we employ in the expression of our sentiments.
Pauses or rests, in speaking and reading, are a total cessation of the voice during a perceptible, and, in many cases, a measurable space of time. By emphasis is meant a strong and full sound, by which we distinguish a word or words on which we wish to lay particular stress, and to show how they affect the rest of the sentence. Sometimes these words must be distinguished by a particular tone of voice as well as by an emphatic enunciation.
Where a significant pause is required, a dash is used in Italian as in English; but where a sentence breaks off abruptly, the Italians use points of suspension ; thus, For the sake of producing a combination of letters agreeable to the ear, the two following rules should be observed: Scozia, for the sake of euphony, is here changed into 2. In the following words the u should be pronounced dis- tinctly, and not left out as in English: Guerra open , war.
Guiderdone, reward in poetry. Corresse, that he might run. Fello, he did it. Mezzo, too ripe, rotten. Temi, thou fear est. Accetta, agreeable, he accepts. Affetto, affection, I affect.
Cera or eiera, aspect. Dessi, he owes to himself. Mele or miele, honey. Vena, vene, vein, veins. Accorre, he runs to. Apporti, to guess or impute to thee. Corso, run, or a course. Fosse, that he might be. Ora, hour or now. Porci, to place us. Porsi, to place oneself.
Ricorre, he has recourse to. Cola, that he may honour poet. Corti, to gather for thyself. Fora, it would be. Loto, a plant, Lotus. Noce or nuoce, it hurts. Or a, zephyr, he prays, poet. Posi, that he may rest. Riposi, that he may rest. Sonne, I am of it.
Tocco, touch, I touch. Torsi, stumps or trunks. Scola or scuola, school. Scoria, guide, perceived, he escorts. Scorti, perceived, thou escortest. Scorto, perceived, I escort. Sole for suole, he uses, poet. Solo, sola, or suolo, suola, soil, Sono or suono, sound. Sonne, I know of it. Stolto or distolto, diverted.
Torvi, to take from you. Zero, a cipher, nought. I arrive by They arrive by chance. Perdonb, Perdbno, Perdono, Dttegliclo, He pardoned. Tell it to him. Predicb, Predico, Predico, Predicano, He preached. Sinceritd, Tenere, Tenere, Ordinano, Sincerity. Imperocche, Ancbra, Ancora, Godidmocela, Because.
Let us enjoy ourselves. Gonsentiy Consenti, Consentono, Intbrbidano, He consented. Cercherb, Ingdnno, Riscdldano, Fulminano, I shall seek. Schiaccerd, Campdna, Avolo, Dttemelo, He will crush. Tell it to me. The student who wishes to acquire a good pronun- ciation should commit to memory a few lines of poetry, by the frequent repetition of which he will acquire more facility than by the mere reading of many pages. This exercise of course would be unsuitable when he has no master to direct and correct him.
I have selected for this purpose the celebrated passage of Dante in which he relates the death of Count Ugolino.
The words in italics are either poetical or antiquated. I have added in foot-notes the words which should be used in con- versation. The introduction, the literal translation, and the explanatory notes, are taken from Mr Carlyle's ex- cellent translation of the Inferno. In the year , Pisa was the only city of Tuscany that adhered to the Ghibelline party ; and Ugolino himself was of a Ghibelline fam- ily, but quite unscrupulous, and eager for power.
Again, in July , when three parties were competing for the mastery in Pisa, viz. Nino hearing this, and not finding himself able to make defence, left the city and went to Calci, his castle ; and leagued with the Florentines and Lucchese, to make war on the Pisans. The Count, before Nino was gone, in order the better to conceal his treachery, when every thing was ar- ranged for the expulsion of the Judge, went out of Pisa to a manor of his called Settimo.
As soon as he was informed of Nino's depar- ture, he returned to Pisa with great joy, and was made Lord of the city amid great rejoicing and festivity. But his lordliness was of brief duration. Fortune turned against him, as it pleased God, because of his treacheries and sins ; for with truth it was said he had caused Anselmo da Capraia, his sister's son, to be poisoned, out of envy and fear, lest Anselmo, who was much esteemed in Pisa, might take his place The force of the Guelphs being thus impaired, the Archbishop took means to betray Count Ugolino, and caused him to be suddenly attacked in his palace by the fury of the people, telling them that he had betrayed Pisa, and given up their Castles to the Florentines and Lucchese ; and the people having come upon him without any defence, he surrendered.
And in this assault a son and a grandson of Count Ugolino's were killed ; and he himself taken, with two of his sons and-three or two? But the Count had previously kept demanding penitence with loud cries, and yet they permitted no friar or priest to confess him.
All the five, when dead, were dragged together from the tower and meanly interred ; and from thenceforward the said prison was called the Tower of Famine, and always will be. For further details see Cronica di Pisa, in Murat.
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Con cagne magre, stud'tose 7 e conte, 8 Gualandi con Sismondi, e con Lanfranchi S' avea messi dinanzi dalla fronte.
In picciol corso mi pareano stanchi Lo 9 padre e i figli, e con T agute w scane 11 Mi parea lor veder fender li u nanchi. Quando fui desto innanzi la dimane, 13 Pianger senti' fra '1 sonno i miei figliuoli, Ch' erano meco, e dimandar del pane.
Ben sei crudel, se tu gia non ti duoli, Pensando cio ch' il mio cor u s' annunziava: E se non piangi, di che pianger suoli? Piangevan elli ; 20 e Anselmuccio mio Disse: Ambo 1 le mani per dolor mi morsi ; E quei?
Padre, assai cifia 6 men doglia? Se tu mangi di noi: Quetaimi 8 allor, per non farli piu tristi: Quel di, e 1' altro stemmo tutti muti: Ahi dura terra, perch e non t' apristi? Padre mio, che 10 non m' aiuti? Ahi Pisa, vituperio delle genti Del bel paese la dove il si suona ; Poi che i vicini a te punir son lenti, Muovasi la Capraia e la Gorgona, E faccian siepe ad Arno in su la foce, Si ch' egli 16 annieghi in te ogni persona. From the fell repast that sinner raised his mouth, wiping it upon the hair of the head he had laid waste behind.
But if my words are to be a seed, that may bear fruit of infamy to the traitor whom I gnaw, thou shalt see me speak and weep at the same time. I know not who thou mayst be, nor by what mode thou hast come down here ; but, when I hear thee, in truth thou seemest to me a Florentine. That by the effect of his ill devices I, confiding in him, was taken and thereafter put to death, it is not necessary to say: This man seemed to me lord and master, chasing the wolf and his whelps, upon the mountain 2 for which the Pisans cannot see Lucca.
With hounds meagre, keen, and dexterous, he had put in front of him Gualandi with Sismondi, and with Lanfranchi. When I awoke before the dawn, I heard my sons who were with me, weeping amid their sleep, and asking for bread. Thou art right cruel, if thou dost not grieve already at the thought of what my heart foreboded ; and if thou weepest not, at what art thou 1 From July to March.
I did not weep: They wept ; and my little Anselm said: Father, what ails thee 1 9 But I shed no tear, nor answered all that day, nor the next night, till another sun came forth upon the world.
When a small ray was sent into the doleful prison, and I discerned in their four faces the aspect of my own, I bit on both my hands for grief ; and they, thinking that I did it from desire of eating, of a sudden rose up and said: That day and the next we all were mute.
Then fasting had more power than grief. Does the piu pote " was more powerful " indicate only that hunger killed Ugolino? For if Count Ugolino had the fame of having betrayed thee in thy castles, thou oughtest not to have put his sons into such torture. Their youthful age, thou modern Thebes! One is led to suspect speedy proofs of many hazardous assertions in it. Such books darken every part of the subjects on which they treat, and are inexcusable among serious men.
There is no neuter gender in Italian. All nouns are either masculine or feminine. All nouns are feminine except those that end in o, me, re, nte. Nouns ending in a are feminine. The exceptions are a few nouns derived from the Greek, the most common of which are Clima, climate. All nouns ending in o are masculine except mano hand. Nouns ending in e may be either masculine or feminine. No certain rule can be given on the subject. Nouns ending in me, re, nte, are generally masculine.
Dl and its compounds are masculine, as Lunedi Monday , Martedl Tuesday. Peru and Corfu are also masculine. These names are applied both to the tree and the fruit. Some words have two terminations in the singular ; as, cavaliere or cavaliero a knight , barbiere or barbiero a barber , straniere or straniero a stranger , sentiere or sentiero a path. Cavaliere, barbiere, straniero, and sen- tiero, are more used. Both terminations are masculine.
Feminine nouns ending in a change for the plural the a into e. All other nouns change the last vowel into i. Nouns ending with io drop the o for the plural if the i is not accented. Some nouns ending in io in the singular have for their plural ii or j. This is seldom done now, except for the sake of distinguishing one noun from another.
Thus, tempio atemple , becomes tempii or tempj in the plural, to distinguish it from the plural of tempo time , which would otherwise be the same. Dissyllables ending in co and o change them into chi and ghi] except porco pig , Greco Greek , mago magician. Words of more than two syllables, ending in co and go, preceded by a consonant, have their plurals in chi and ghi; as, albergo inn , alberghi inns. Nouns ending in ca and ga change these termina- tions into che and ghe in the plural.
Nouns accented on the last vowel do not change. The few nouns that end in i do not change. The plural of Dio God is Dei; of ubmo man , ubmini; of bue ox , buoi.
Collective nouns, such as popolo people , esercito army , assembled assembly , are generally used in the singular. The masculine nouns migliajo a thousand , cen- tinajo a hundred , uovo an egg , miglio a mile , pajo a pair , staio a bushel , mbggio a sort of measure , have for their plural migliaia, centinaja, nova, miglia, paja, staja, mbggia.
All these plurals are feminine. The following nouns have two plurals ; the first, regular and masculine, ending in i the second, irregular and feminine, ending in a: The feminine plural is used in preference. The definite article for the feminine is la plural te. The definite articles for the masculine are lo plural gli], and il plural.
Lo is placed before a vowel, or an s followed by a consonant. Before z we may use either il or lo. La and lo take an apostrophe before a word be- ginning with a vowel.
In the plural the elision is avoided unless the two vowels are the same. Gli never takes an apostrophe except when fol- lowed by i. Di of , a to , da from , in in , con with , su on , are joined to the articles when followed by them, so as to form one word. Di, in, and con, when they are joined to the ar- ticles, are changed into de, ne, and co. The prepositions con and su are joined to il and , but may be joined or not to the other articles.
Per is sometimes joined to 7, as pel mezzo through the middle. This combination is not much used in con- versation. Per is sometimes followed by lo. We say, per lo piu for the most , per lo meno at least. Signore and signora are preceded by an article, except when addressing a person by these words.
Infinitives of verbs, adjectives, and adverbs, when used as substantives, take an article. An article is often placed before the names of cele- brated persons ; as, il Tasso, la Jenny Lind. Dei is preceded by gli. Some is translated by di with an article where quantity is expressed. When we speak of number, alcuni or alcune is used.
Datemi del pane Give me some bread , Datemi alcuni libri Give me some books. Di with an article meaning some may be called the Partitive article.
II is sometimes used to make the following words emphatical. The definitive article is used instead of on in phrases like this: The English say, The father and sons ; the Ital- ians, 11 padre ed ifigli.
The indefinite article un, a, or an, is ued before a word that does not begin with an s followed by a con- sonant. He had a hundred soldiers Aveva cento soldati. We may say, however, Un centinajo di soldati, un migliajo di navi.
The reason is, that cento and mille are adjectives, and centinajo and migliajo nouns. The English make use of a or an before nouns of measure or weight, but the Italians use the definite ar- ticle. He sells wine at two shillings a bottle Vende il vino due scellini la bottiglia ; I have bought corn for six pauls a bushel Ho comprato il grano a sei paoli lo staio.
When speaking of time, a is translated by the de- finite article. I pay two guineas a- week Pago due ghinee la settimana. We may say also per settimana.
The indefinite article is not expressed in Italian after the verb to be, and before a noun denoting country, profession, or dignity. He is an Irishman e Irlandese ; You will be an advocate sarete avvocato ; He is a min- ister of state e ministro di stato. A is suppressed before the title of a book.
An English Grammar Grammatica Inglese. In exclamatory sentences the a is not translated. What a fine picture! In order to understand the rules on the personal pronouns, it will be useful to explain the names of the Latin Cases.
The noun which formed the subject of the propo- sition was called the Nominative. The noun which expressed the object of the action of a transitive verb was called the Accusative.
Such nouns were said to be in the Vocative case. The other three cases the Genitive, Dative , and Ablative expressed the same relation as the preposition di of , a to , da from , do in Italian.
These preposi- tions are therefore called Segnacasi, prepositions marking cases. The nominative case is called in Italian Caso retto, to distinguish it from the other cases called Casi obliqui. The personal pronouns are, Egli for the masculine, Ella for the feminine. Their plurals are, Eglino and Elleno. There is also another personal pronoun, Esso for the masculine, and Essa for the feminine. Their plurals are, Essi and Esse. Egli and Ella are used for persons only ; Esso and Essa are used both for persons and things.
Egli and Eglino are used in the nominative only ; in the other cases we use lui for the singular, and loro for the plural. In the same way, Ella and Elleno are the nomi- natives, and Lei and Loro are the other cases. Esso, Essa, Essi, and Esse, are the same in all cases.
The reflective pronoun is se ; it has no nominative, and is the same whether it be masculine or feminine, singular or plural. It is true that.
The pronouns in the nominative are often omitted before a verb. We may say either lo pranzero alle sette I shall dine at seven , or simply Pranzero alle sette. When the omission creates an obscurity it should be avoided. Con me, con te, con se with me, with thee, with him or with her , may be expressed by meco, teco, seco. Happy is he, Happy am I, by Lui beato, mefelice. All the pronouns become emphatical when coming after the verb.
Parlero io means I shall speak myself. I stood before him is translated by Io stava dinanzi a lui, but also by Io gll stava dinanzi.
Esso is an expletive affixed to lungo along , sovra upon ; lunghesso il flume ; sovresso il ponte. These ex- pressions are poetical. We meet also in classical writers con esso lui, con esso voi; but we should avoid these ex- pressions in conversation.
Prefer sim- plicity when you can. In addressing any person in Italian, the third per- son feminine is used for strangers as a mark of respect. This expression is seldom heard now, but the pronoun in the third person feminine seems to imply it.
Voi you is used towards inferiors, and also as showing a certain degree of familiarity between equals. Tu thou is used between intimate friends or relations, and is the mark not only of equality but of the greatest familiarity.
Voi is also used as a mark of great respect in ad- dressing sovereigns; and Tu, like Thou in English, is used as a mark of the highest respect in addressing the Deity.
Loro without a preposition is used instead of a loro before a verb. It is of the utmost importance that the proper use and signification of these particles should be thoroughly understood. Mi, to me, me. Ci, to us, us, in it, to it, 7. Gli, to him, to it, them. Ti 9 to thee, thee. Vi, to you, you, in it, to it, in them, to them. Si, to himself, himself, to themselves, themselves.
Le, to her, them. Ne, of or from him, her, it, them. The pronominal particles are either pronouns under a different form, or pronouns joined to a preposi- tion. The pronominal particles are always placed before the verb, unless they are affixed to it. The pro- nouns that correspond to them are generally placed after the verb. The pronominal particles are used in prefer- ence, the pronouns only when emphasis is required. Is it to me that you give a book? The pronominal particles are affixed to the verb in the infinitive, present and past participle, and the imperative, except when the imperative is negative, or in the third person singular or plural.
The last vowel of the infinitive is always cut off when a pronominal particle is affixed to it ; and when the infinitive ends, like condurre to conduct , with an r before the last syllable, the latter is cut off entirely. Voglio condurvi io I wish to conduct you myself. The pronominal particles are also affixed to the interjection ecco behold ; eccomi behold me, or here I am.
When ci and vi are used with mi, ti, or si, they come after them. Mi, ti, ci, vi, si, are changed into me, te, cc, ve, se, when used with lo, gli, la, le, ne ; and the two words are joined together, Egli melo da. Gil loses the g when affixed to mi, ci, ti, vi, si, or gli meaning themselves.
Gli is changed into glie, and prefixed to? Gil, before Zo, ft, Za, le, ne, means not only to him, but also to her. Glieli da means he gives them to him, and he gives them to her. Lo him or it and non not may be joined and form nol. I do not deny it, is translated either by lo non lo nego, or lo nol nego.
II is sometimes used as a pronominal par- ticle, and instead of lo. I saluted him is translated by il salutai, or lo salutai. Lo, however, is more commonly used, and is more agreeable to the ear. It is a general rule, that when to a mono- syllable, or to a word accented on the last vowel, is affixed a termination or a word beginning with a con- sonant, this consonant should be doubled.
Thus, if to dd give is joined mi to me , we say dammi, and not dami. Ne signifies also a noi and noi to us and us. Ne danno molte cose they give to us many things. Gli never doubles the g when affixed to a verb. Come si chiama means not only how does he call himself, but also how is he called. Si sometimes seems to have the signifi- cation of an indefinite nominative, equivalent to the English one, man, they.
Come si chiama may thus be translated by How do they call him. Sometimes an entire sentence forms the subject of the proposition when si is used.
Si dice che verrd la regina ad Edimburgo it is said that the queen will come to Edinburgh. Here the nominative of si dice is che verra la regina ad Edimburgo. The possessive pronoun is often translated by the pronominal particles, when we speak of any thing referred principally or belonging to the person spoken of.
I have hurt my finger is translated by Mi sono fatto male al dito. Adjectives end either in o or in e. Those that end in o are masculine, the o being changed into a for the feminine. Those that end in e are both masculine and feminine. When preceded by u 9 o is always open, and therefore need not be marked. Adjectives follow the same rules as nouns for the plural. The plural of a is e ; o and e take i. Tanto and cotanto so much , quanta how much , troppo too much , altrettanto as much , molto much , poco little , being adjectives, are changed into a for the feminine, as tanta, quanta.
Piu, meno, assai more, less, and many , are un- changeable in their termination. A little, in the phrase give me a little wine, being a substantive, and signifying a small quantity of, is trans- lated by un poco di. Datemi un poco di vino give me a little wine. The adjective alquanto may be used instead of un poco di] as, datemi alquanto vino, or un poco di vino. Cosifatto is the same as tale such.
Non dite cosifatte cose do not say such things. Parecchio in the singular means such or similar, in the plural it means several. Ho parecchi libri I have several books ; Come avete potuto fare una cosa parec- chia how could you do such a thing?
Piu may be used instead of parecchi and parec- chie. Ho piu libri, ho piu case I have several books, I have several houses. Mezzo half agrees with a substantive when placed before it, but assumes the meaning of the sub- stantive meta when placed after it. Una mezza bot tiglia half a bottle ; Una bottiglia e mezzo a bottle and a half.
Bello beautiful , quello that , santo saint , lose the last syllable before masculine nouns beginning with a consonant, except it be an s followed by a consonant.
Bel and quel become bei and quei, or be' and que' 7 in the plural. San has only santi for the plural. Grande is changed into gran before nouns both masculine and feminine, if they do not begin with a vowel, or s followed by a consonant. Buono loses the o before masculine nouns, ex- cept they begin with s followed by a consonant. Adjectives expressing figure, form, colour, taste, or derived from the name of a nation or from a verb, generally follow the noun. It is often desirable to place the adjective after the noun when the former is composed of a greater num- ber of syllables, as, un libro eccellentissimo ; also when two or more adjectives qualify the noun ; but in such cases we must be guided entirely by the rules of euphony.
Benedetto is sometimes an expression of impa- tience. If a man keep us waiting, we say in Italian, Quel benedetto uomo non viene literally, that blessed man does not come. When in comparisons of equality the first term of the comparison is indicated by the word cost or si so , the second term is always indicated by the word come as. Siete cost buona or si buona come bella ; you are so as good as you are beautiful.
Tanto is always followed by quanto. Avete tanto danaro quanto ilfratel vostro you have as much money as your brother. Tale such is always followed by quale as. Tali dobbiamo essere quali vogliamo comparire we ought to be such as we wish to appear. Cost, tanto, and tale, may be understood, and we may say, Siete buona come bella ; Avete danaro quanto il fratel vostro ; Dobbiamo essere quali vogliamo com- parire.
Tanto, quanto, tale, quale, are used as adjectives when followed by a substantive. Ho tanti servitori quanti ne avete voi I have as many servants as you. Sono piu grande di voi I am taller than you are ; E piu prudente che ddtto he is more prudent than learned. Than followed by a verb not in the infinitive mood is rendered by che non. Essi lianno meno danaro che non credete they have less money than you think. When the comparison is between verbs, we may say piu che more than , or piu di quello che ; meno che non, or meno di quello che non.
Spende piu che non guadagna, or Spende piu di quello che guadagna he spends more than he gains. The following words are comparatives derived from the Latin: It must be observed that migliore and peggiore are adjectives ; meglio and peggio adverbs.
The superlative absolute is formed by adding issimo to the adjective. Ell 1 era bellissima she was most beautiful ; or by placing molto before it, EW eya molto Leila. Sciocco and sciocca foolish make the superlative schioccherello and scidccherella. The h is here added to the terminations erello and erella, to preserve the hard sound of the a in sciocco and sciocca.
The superlative absolute may become an adverb ; thus from grandissimo we may form grandissimamente. A superlative absolute may be expressed by placing tutto before the adjective, or by the repetition of the adjective: E tutto chiuso, or e chiuso chiuso it is all shut up. This last form is rather familiar. The superlative of relation is indicated by placing- an article before piu and meno: The following superlatives are derived from the Latin: Acerrimo, most harsh or cruel, 7.
The definite article before a comparative is not translated into Italian. The more difficult a thing is, the more honourable it is piu una cosa e difficile piu essa e onorevole. Sometimes tanto e quanta are placed before piu and meno. Tanto piu uno e ignorante, tanto piu cgli e pronto nel giudicare the more ignorant a man is, the more ready he is to judge.
The tanto , like the article the in English, serves to give force to the sentence. Come and quanto may be changed into al pari di equally. Lo conosco al pari di voi I know him as well as you do. Augmentatives and diminutives are words whose signification is modified by the addition of one or more syllables.
The termination one added to a word conveys the idea of greatness. All feminine nouns that receive this termination become masculine. La tavola the table ; II tavolone the large table. Feminine adjectives do not change their gender when one is affixed to them. She is very silly, is trans- lated by Ella e una scioccona. The termination ino, which adds to the noun the idea of little, sometimes renders it masculine. Thus from tavola table we form tavolino small table.
The termination accio expresses contempt ; as, omaccio a contemptible man ; donnaccia a contemptible woman. Uomo man always loses the vowel u when any termination is affixed to it.
The terminations azzo and astro, like accio, express contempt, but are less used: Popolazzo mob ; giovanastro a despicable youth. Otto means rather, as grassotto rather fat. The termination ino expresses not only littleness, but a certain affection towards the object ; etto conveys the same idea, but it may also mark contempt. FanduIUno, fanciulletto little child. The termination uzzo omuzzo, little man, dwarf expresses littleness, the effect of extraordinary leanness in a person of very small stature.
Icciuola omicciuolOj worthless little man may denote physical defect in size, and the little importance of the individual or object to which it is attributed. Icdattolo and icciatto omicciattolo omicciatto, contemptible man expresses a very great degree of con- tempt. Some words are susceptible of one termination rather than another.
Adjectives and some adverbs can be thus modi- fied: There are double augmentatives and diminu- tives: Each termination expresses a different idea or shade. There is a variation of meaning, which we can learn only by experience and practice, in the changes of which some words are susceptible; as, vecchio, vecchie- rellino, vecchiettino, vecchietto, vecchierello, vecchiotto, vec- chiuzzo.
The use of augmentatives and diminutives is most frequently admitted in the familiar style. The numeral adjectives are divided into Cardinal and Ordinal. Quattordid, Qutndid, fourteen, fifteen. Due cento, Dugento, j two hundred. Sesto, Settimo, sixth, seventh. Ventesimo primo, vigesimo primo, Uwenty-first. Mille has the plural mila. The ordinal number placed after the name of so- vereigns to indicate the order of succession has no article before it as in English ; Leone decimo Leo the Tenth.
It seems in such cases that the plurality of twenty is unnoticed, and that the substantive is made to agree with the singular number uno. In multiplication we may say quattro volte quattro fanno sedici, or quattro via quattro sedici four times four make sixteen. Li is used very frequently instead of the article gli before the cardinal number indicating the day of the month; Partiremo li died we shall set out on the tenth. Observe that on is not translated into Italian.
Both is translated by tutti due, or tutti e due, as I wish them both li voglio tutti e due , when it is re- ferred to two nouns, but by e. By twos, by threes, by fours, are translated by a due, a tre, a quattro. Two by two, three by three a due a due, a tre a tre. The adjective same is often elegantly translated by uno one. All lead to the same end tutti tirano ad unfine. In early times, the Italians began to count the hours from one sunset to another. One o'clock was the first hour after the setting of the sun, and the twenty- fourth hour the one immediately before.
It is still cus- tomary in some parts of Italy to say, le ventitre, le venti- quattro, as a convenient way to express one or two hours before dusk. Una decina, una dozzina, una quindicina, una rentina, una trentina, una quarantina, un centinajo, un migliajo, are collective substantives derived from the nu- merical adjectives.
Per uno means for each person. II pranzo ci e costato cinque franchi per uno the dinner cost us five francs a-piece. In speaking of the different centuries of our liter- ature, the thirteenth century is called il dugento, the four- teenth il trecento, the fifteenth il quattrocento, and so on.
And is not used in notation, as in the following and similar phrases: In the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one neW anno rnille ottocento cinquan- tuno.
The definition generally given of a pronoun is correct, namely, that it is a word used instead of a noun ; but the application of this definition is confined to 66 PRONOUNS. These have already been spoken of.
There are two other kinds of pronouns, viz. Relative and the Adjective pronouns, which are, properly speaking, either adjectives or articles , though some of them are nouns. Relative pronouns are such as relate in general to some word or phrase going before, thence called the Antecedent They are, who, which, and what.
What is a kind of compound relative, including both the antecedent and the relative, and is equivalent to that which: Who is applied to persons, which to things and irrational animals.