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"Early" as an adverb, "I lend" as a verb, and "speedy tempo" as a noun; "I render" as a verb and "speedy tempo" as a noun; and "I lend" as a verb, "on-time" as an adverb, and "speedy tempo" as a noun are the respective English equivalents of the Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish word presto. Context makes clear which meaning prevails. The respective pronunciations will be "PREH-sto" in Italian and Spanish and "PREH-shtoo" in Cariocan and continental Portuguese.

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