I do not dislike him. I consider him, on the contrary, as a very respectable man, who has everybody's good word and nobody's notice...
If I had ever learnt, I should have been a great proficient.
There could not be an objection. There could be only a most proper alacrity, a most obliging compliance for public view, and smiled reined in and spirits dancing in private rapture.
He is a gentlemen. I am a gentleman's daughter. So far, we are equal.
Ms. Bennett, do you know who I am? I am not accustomed to being spoken to in such a manner.
Perfect happiness, even in memory, is not common.