|Author:||Elisabeth Billington,Eva Roubalova|
|Subcategory:||Words Language & Grammar|
|Publisher:||DK; 2nd edition (June 25, 1998)|
|Other formats:||doc mbr lrf docx|
Taking the reader through the structure of Grammar and the English comparisons, the layout of the exercises and the dialogues are closely related to what you've just learned.
This text has been designed to give a working knowledge of Czech in three months
This text has been designed to give a working knowledge of Czech in three months. It simply explains essential grammar, with short exercises and conversational drills putting it into context.
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Elizabeth Billington (1765 or 1768, in London – 25 August 1818, in Venice) was a British opera singer. She was probably born about 1768 in Litchfield Street, Soho, London. She was the daughter of Carl Weichsel, a native of Freiberg, in Saxony, principal oboist at the King's Theatre. Her mother, Frederika, née Weirman, an English vocalist of some distinction, was a pupil of Johann Christian Bach, and sang at Vauxhall with success between 1765 and 1775.
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Elizabeth Billington was a British opera singer. So enormous was Elizabeth Billington's reputation as a singer that for a time "a Billington" was a popular term for any great singer. On 13 October 1783 Elizabeth was married under her mother's maiden name, Wierman, to James Billington, a double-bass player in the Drury Lane orchestra, from whom she had had lessons in singing. Immediately after their marriage the Billingtons went to Dublin, where she made her first appearance on the stage in the part of Eurydice.