Elementary Latin grammar. [With] Latin exercises

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Page 1 - H; I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z a, b, c, d, o, f, g, h, i...
Page 174 - Verbs of charging, accusing, convicting, condemning, and acquitting, govern the accusative of the person and the genitive of the thing with which one is charged, and of which he is accused, convicted, acquitted, &c.
Page 72 - The imperfect indicative active, by changing o into abam in the first conjugation, in the second into bam, and in the third and fourth into ebam. A change of the m into r makes the imperfect indicative passive, eg amabam, amabar ; monebam...
Page 44 - When a comparison is instituted between two persons or things in regard to a quality they have in common, or when the same quality existing in the same object is compared with itself at...
Page 166 - Spud, cirea, cireum, ctrciter, cis, citra, contra, erga, extra, infra, inter, intra, juxta, ob, penes, per, pone, post, praeter, prope, propter, secundum, supra, trans, ultra, versus: Ad urbem, To the city.
Page 58 - The pronoun of the third person is properly a reflective ; that is, one which refers either to the subject of the clause in which it occurs, or if it appears in an inserted clause, to the subject of the leading clause — as Cato se interfecit, 'Cato killed himself,' the se referring to Cato, the subject ; amicus meus contemnebat divitias, quod se felicem redden non possent, ' my friend despised wealth, because it could not make him happy,' the se referring to my friend, the subject of the leading...
Page 51 - Nom. duo duae duo Gen. duorum duarum duorum Dat. duobus duabus duobus Ace. duos, duo duas duo Abl. duobus duabus duobus a.
Page 136 - I do not know ; placet, it pleases ; perf. placuit and placitum est; praestat, it is better ; restat, it remains ; vacat, it is wanting ; est in the sense of licet, it is permitted or possible, eg est videre, non est dicere verum, but especially in poetry and late prose writers.
Page 50 - D. or 10. quingenti, ae, a. 600. DC. sexcenti, ae, a. 700. DCC. septingenti, ae, a. 800. DCCC. octingenti, ae, a. 900. DCCCC. nongenti, ae, a. 1000. M. or cio. »«7Łe. 2000. cioci3. or MM. dwo milia, or oi

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