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Pitman’s Commercial Spanish Grammar (2nd ed.) by C. A. Toledano
  • Pitman’s Commercial Spanish Grammar (2nd ed.) by C. A. Toledano 

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    Published 1917

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    PREFACE

    With the best intention of justifying Messrs. PITMAN’S confidence in entrusting
    me with the compilation of a Spanish Grammar to form part of the series of
    “Commercial Grammars,” I set to work to produce a book which, while avoiding
    pedantry and the agglomeration of superfluous and intricate rules which puzzle
    the student, should equally avoid falling into the extreme of coarseness which
    debases the subject under study, or the scrappiness resulting in gaps that perplex
    and discourage him. I have tried to be brief and clear in the rules given.

    The vocabulary has been chosen carefully, avoiding the artificiality of too much
    commercial technology, but keeping constantly in view the object of the Series,
    viz., to produce grammars specially suitable for students preparing for a
    commercial career.

    Whether I have succeeded in my efforts it is for the public to judge. I can only
    say that, after more than twenty-five years’ teaching of Spanish in all its stages,
    privately, at the Manchester University and in the large classes of our public
    Institutions, I have tried my best to give the fruits of my experience to any
    interested young people who may be eager to learn a language beautiful, noble,
    and most useful.

    I do not claim to have reached perfection. I only trust the book, such as it
    presents itself, will be of real help to the student.
    C.A. TOLEDANO.


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