New Latin Grammar

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Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, Jan 1, 1908 - Foreign Language Study - 304 pages
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A model of clear precision, the book uses specific examples from primary sources to help students learn the inflections, syntax, sounds, accents, particles, and word formations of Latin. It also includes a history of the Indo-European family of languages, the stages of the development of the Latin language, and sections on prosody, the Roman calendar, Roman names and definitions, and examples of figures of syntax and rhetoric.
  

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Contents

SOUNDS ACCENT QUANTITY
1
Sounds of the Letters 3 Consonant Changes
7
First Declension 13 51
13
Fourth Declension 28 Pronominal Adjectives 53
29
Defective Nouns 30 CHAPTER II Conjugation
54
Adjectives of the Third Declen Second Conjugation
62
Comparison of Adjectives 40 Fourth Conjugation
70
Deponent Verbs
76
The Ablative
142
The Locative
152
Reflexive Pronouns
158
Relative Pronouns
161
Voices
167
Moods
176
Adverbs
227
CHAPTER Will Hints
233

SemiDeponents
78
Part III
106
Verbs
113
Subject and Predicate
119
The Dative
129
PROSODY
240
SUPPLEMENTS TO THE GRAMMAR
247
Index to the Principal Parts of Latin Verbs
259
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