Anthon's Latin Grammar (Google eBook)

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Harper & Bros., 1838 - Latin language
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Page 142 - Present Tense, may or can. 1. Sim, I may be, Simus, We may be, 2. Sis, Thou mayest be, Sltis, Ye may be, 3.
Page 133 - A Participle is a part of speech derived from a verb and partaking of the nature of a verb and an adjective.
Page 8 - Any Verb may have the same Case after it as before it, when both words refer to the same thing; as, Ego sum discipulus, I am a scholar. Tu vocäris Joannes, Той are named John. ¡lia incldit regina, She walks as a queen.
Page 200 - Thou mayst have heard, 3. Audiv-erit, He may have heard ; P. 1. Audiv-erimus, We may have heard, 2. Audiv-eritis, Ye may have heard, 3. Audiv-erint, They may have heard. PLUPERFECT, might, could, would, or should hear.
Page 244 - Impersonal verbs, not being used in the imperative, take the subjunctive in its stead ; as, delectet,
Page 3 - Nouns are of two kinds, Proper and Common. Proper nouns are the names of individual men or other objects.
Page 155 - I am loved. Thou art loved, He is loved, We are loved, Ye are loved, They are loved.
Page 266 - The relative Qui, Qua, Quod, agrees with its antecedent in gender, number, and person...
Page 143 - IMPERFECT, Esse, to be. PERFECT AND PLUPERFECT, Fuisse, to have been. FIRST FUTURE, Esse futurus, to be about to be.' SECOND FUTURE, Fuisse futurus, to have been about to be. PARTICIPLE. FUTURE, Futurus, a, um, about to be.

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