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An Introduction to Latin Prose Composition: With A Complete Course of ...
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Alexander Anthon Asia Athenae Babylon Caesar Cicero Darius Deus English Epaminondas Hannibal Italy Latin Pericles Philosophy Plato Pompeius Pythagoras Remark Roma Roman Romulus Rule Socrates Thrasybulus Verres ablat ablative accus accusative action adjective annus called case cases cause city construction consul country dative death denote dico ellipsis enemy express expressed facio first following found frequently friends future genitive gerund given good great habeo homo imperf imperfect indicative infinitive joined king latter less life made magnus make mind mood mors multus never nominative noun object omnis order participle passive people perf perfect person place plur possum preposition pres present pronoun quis quum relative same sense sent sine sometimes state subj subject subjunctive substantive suus take taken tense thee things think thou three time tion tive tuus used verb verbs video virtus volo whole wish words writers years
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