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Author: Corro, Antonio del, 1527-1591.
Title: The Spanish grammer vvith certeine rules teaching both the Spanish and French tongues. By which they that haue some knowledge in the French tongue, may the easier attaine to the Spanish; and the likewise they that haue the Spanish, with more facilitie learne the French: and they that are acquainted with neither of them, learne either or both. Made in Spanish, by M. Anthonie de Corro. With a dictionarie adioyned vnto it, of all the Spanish wordes cited in this booke: and other more wordes most necessarie for all such as desire the knowledge of the same tongue. By Iohn Thorius, graduate in Oxenford.
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The Spanish grammer vvith certeine rules teaching both the Spanish and French tongues. By which they that haue some knowledge in the French tongue, may the easier attaine to the Spanish; and the likewise they that haue the Spanish, with more facilitie learne the French: and they that are acquainted with neither of them, learne either or both. Made in Spanish, by M. Anthonie de Corro. With a dictionarie adioyned vnto it, of all the Spanish wordes cited in this booke: and other more wordes most necessarie for all such as desire the knowledge of the same tongue. By Iohn Thorius, graduate in Oxenford.
Corro, Antonio del, 1527-1591., Thorie, John, b. 1568.

Imprinted at London: By Iohn VVolfe, 1590.
Alternate titles: Reglas gramaticales para aprender la lengua espaånola y francesa. English Reglas gramaticales para aprender la lengua espaånola y francesa. Spanish grammar.
Notes:
A translation of: Del Corro, Antonio. Reglas gramaticales para aprender la lengua espaånola y francesa.
The first leaf and the last leaf are blank.
Running title reads: The Spanish grammar.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Spanish language -- Grammar -- 1500-1799 -- Early works to 1800.
French language -- Grammar -- 1500-1799 -- Early works to 1800.
Spanish language -- Dictionaries -- English -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A19366.0001.001

Contents
title page
imprimatur
The Epistle to the Reader.
A Table comprehending the contentes of each Sexion and diuision of this Grammer.
The Spanish Grammer.
part
Of the letter A.
Of the letter B.
Of the letter C.
Of the letter D.
Of the letter E.
Of the letter F.
Of the letter G.
Of the letter H.
Of the letter i.
Of the letter K.
Of the lettes L. and ll.
Of the letter M.
Of the letter N.
Of the letters O. P. Q.
Of the letter R.
Of the letter S.
Of the letter T.
Of the letter V.
Of the letter X.
Of the letter Z.
Of the diuision of the foresaid letters.
Of the APostrophes.
Of the Dipthongs.
THE SECOND PART OF THIS TREATISE.
Of the parts of speech.
Of the Noune.
Of the declensons of Nounes.
Of the Comparatives and Superlatives.
Of Nounes diminutives.
Touching the French toong.
Rules of Nounes in the Spanish toong.
The first rule.
The second rule.
The third rule.
The fourth rule.
The fift rule.
The sixt rule.
The seventh rule. Of Nounes numerall.
The eight rule.
The ninth rule.
Rules of the Nounes in French.
The first.
The second rule.
The third rule.
The fourth rule.
The fift rule.
The sixt rule. Of Genders.
The seventh rule.
The eight rule.
The ninth rule.
The tenth rule.
The eleventh rule.
The twelfth rule.
The xiij. rule.
The xiiij. rule.
The xv. rule.
The xvj. rule.
The xvij. rule.
The xviij. rule.
THE THIRD TREATISE. Of the Pronounes.
Rules for the Pronounes.
The first rule.
The second rule.
The third rule.
Of the second sort of Pronounes, called Possessives.
The fourth rule.
The fift rule.
Of the third sort of Pronounes, called Relatives.
The first rule.
The second rule.
The third rule.
The fourth rule. Of the Pronoune, Quien.
Rules for the French pronounes.
Rules of the first sort of Pronounes, to wit, of Demonstratives.
The first rule.
The second rule.
The third rule.
The fourth rule.
The fift rule.
The sixt rule.
The seventh rule.
rule 8
Of the second kind of Pronounes, which the Latins call Possessives.
Rules of the second kind of Pronounes.
The first rule.
The second rule.
The third rule.
The fourth rule.
The fift rule.
The sixt rule.
The seventh rule.
Of the third kind of Pronounes, which are called Relatives.
Rules of these Pronounes.
The second rule.
The third rule.
The fourth rule.
THE FOVRTH TREATISE.
Of the Verbe.
Of the present tense of the Indicative moode.
Of the present tense in the Indicative moode, and that in the first conjugation.
Of the present tense in the second and third conjugation.
Of the preterimperfect tense.
Of the preterperfect tense.
Of the future.
Of the imperative moode.
Of the optative moode.
Of the Subjunctive moode.
Of the Infinitive moode.
Of the Gerunds.
Of the Supines.
section
The optative moode.
Of the subjunctive moode.
The infinitive moode.
The infinitive moode.
Rules belonging to the conjugations of the French toong.
Of the present tense of the indicative moode.
Of the preterimperfect tense.
Of the preterperfect tense.
Of the use of these two preterperfect tenses.
Of the preterpluperfect tense, &c.
Of the future.
Of the imperative moode.
Of the optative moode.
Of the subjunctive moode.
Of the infinitive moode.
Of the gerunds.
Of the Supines.
Of the first Conjugation.
The first conjugation in French.
Of the second conjugation.
conjugation 3
Of the third Conjugation.
An example of the second French conjugati∣on which is correspondent to the third conjugation in the Spa∣nish toong.
Of the fourth conjugation.
The conjugation of the verbe Facere.
The infinitive. hazer, aver hecho, aver de hazer.
The example of the conjugation of the verbe, Faire.
The conjugation of the verbe Aller, which in Spanish is yr.
Infinitive.
Of verbs passives.
An example of the conjugation of the verbe Passive in the article mascu∣line in the French toong.
The infinitive.
Of verbs impersonals.
The first observation.
The second observation.
The third observation.
The fourth observation.
The fift observation.
The sixt observation.
The seventh observation.
The eight observation.
The ninth observation.
The tenth observation.
Of the Participles.
The declension of the participles.
Of the adverbs.
Of the Prepositions.
Of the Interiections.
Of the Coniunctions.
Of the Construction or Syntaxis of the Spa∣nish and French tongues.
The Spanish DICTIONARIE.