Elementary Latin Grammar and Exercises

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Blanchard and Lea, 1852 - Latin language - 234 pages

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Page 11 - 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 164 - That commonly called the infinitive of the present, representing an action in progress, and therefore the infinitive not only of the present, but also of the past and the future — as amare and amari; 2. The infinitive of the perfect...
Page 216 - Profecto virtus atque sapientia major in illis fuit, qui ex parvis opibus tantum imperium fecere, quam in nobis, qui ea bene parla vix retinemus.
Page 73 - PERFECT amatus esse, to have been loved FUTURE amatum iri, to be about to be loved PARTICIPLES PERFECT amatus, -a, -um, loved...
Page 239 - A deep sea encircled6 the walls and towers of Tyre. Allow me to pass over my misfortune. They approached a thousand houses seeking rest. Let us return to6 Italy. It is better to perish a thousand times than not to be able to live in7 the state without6 a guard of armed men. When you return0 to10 Greece, I shall cause" " ' "" " - *'. *"~ "-'- '-- *—-—"•— yours.
Page 13 - In words of three or more syllables the accent is on the penultima, if the ultima be long; but if it be short, the accent falls on the antepenultima, or last syllable but two — as ßomanus, Bomanos, Metcllus, тбrtbus, carminlbus.
Page 229 - Celsenas exercitum admovit. Mediam ilia tempestate interfluebat Marsyas amnis ...... Fons ejus ex summo montis cacumine excurrens in subjectam petram magno strepitu aquarum cadit ....... Alexander .... arcem oppugnare adortus caduceatorem praemisit .... illi caduceatorem in turrim et situ et opere multum editam perductum, quanta esset altitude intueri jubent, &c. Q. Curt. 1. 3. c. 1. t . . . . ££ Ke\ai,vois...
Page 141 - In like manner the participle natus, in the sense of ' old,' is joined with the accusative of the number of years which a person has lived — as viginti annos natus est, he is twenty years old ; sex annos natus, six years old.
Page 71 - Am-aris vel am-are, thou art loved. Am-atur, he is loved. Plur. Am-amur, We are loved.
Page 238 - Si volent grati esse, debebunt Pompeium hortari ut malit mihi esse amicus quam iis qui et illi et mihi semper fuerunt inimicissimi, quorum artificiis effectum est ut res publica in hunc statum perveniret.

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