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Ablative Accusative Adjectives Adverbs advised amat amaturus amav isse Ariovistus aud ieba aud ire audit i ae audiv isse bon Is bon brev Ibus brev is brev Caesar Cantor Carmin castra CONJUGATION consonants Dactylic Dative denote Deponent verbs erant erat erimus erunt esset expressed Feminine Fruct fuerimus fuerint fueris fueritis fuisse fuissent fuisti FUTURE PERFECT Genitive Gerund Greek heard Helvetii illis Imperative Mood IMPERFECT imus Indicative Mood Infinitive Mood isti loved Masculine mini monit monu isse Neuter Nominative Nouns ntur Number orum Participle Participle in dus Passive Perfect Tenses Plua Plun PLUPERFECT Plur Plural Prepositions present Pronouns Puer quod Quum root scrib eba scrib ere scrips eri scrips isse SECT short Sing Singular spondee Subjunctive Mood Substantives sunt Supine Tbus terminated thou Tigurini tive verb sum Vocative volo Volsci vowel words write written
Page 102 - long in the Genitive singular, in the Nominative and Accusative plural of the fourth declension : and in nouns of the third which have
Page 7 - in as, is, ys, aus and x; in es not increasing in the Genitive, and in s preceded by a consonant, are
Page 97 - The Supine in um is used after Verbs of motion to express the purpose of
Page 91 - the Imperfect and Pluperfect Subjunctive, if the events described depend on each other, so that in English the Participle may be used.
Page 104 - heroic verse) consists of six feet, of which the fifth is a dactyl, and the sixth a spondee
Page 30 - might be, thou mightst be, he might be, we might be, ye might be, they might be.
Page 23 - Verbs have two Numbers, SINGULAR and PLURAL, and three Persons in each Number.
Page 29 - shall or will be, eritis, ye shall or will be, erunt, they shall or will be.