A Primer of Ecclesiastical Latin

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CUA Press, 1985 - Foreign Language Study - 451 pages
11 Reviews
This book aims to give the student within one year the ability to read ecclesiastical Latin. It includes the Latin of Jerome's Bible and that of canon law, liturgy, scholastic philosophers, Ambrosian hymns, and papal bulls.
  

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Review: A Primer of Ecclesiastical Latin

User Review  - William Herbst - Goodreads

I used this text in a cours taught at a local seminary. It served my purpose well - to provide a quick introduction to Latin for bright students with little or no background in the subject. Basically Moreland and Fleischer with vocabulary keyed to an ecclesiastical context. Read full review

Review: A Primer of Ecclesiastical Latin

User Review  - Joseph - Goodreads

An excellent way to develop a Christian voice in one's Latin. The text itself is clear yet academic. The progression is beginning to end with regards to appropriateness of readings is commendable. Read full review

Contents

Table of Contents
1
Unit 2
13
Unit 3
21
Imperfect Tense of sum to be 13 Future Tense of sum to be
22
Dative of the Possessor
23
Unit 4
27
Agreement of Adjective and Noun
28
Nominal Sentences 19 How to Answer Syntax Questions
29
Unit 17
135
Accusative of Place tointo Which
136
Ablative of Place Where 94 Ablative of Place from Whichout of Which 95 Locative Case
137
Unit 18
144
Periphrastic Conjugations a Active Periphrastic b Passive Periphrastic
145
Dative of Personal Agency with Passive Periphrastics roo Review of Participles
146
Fifth Declension Nouns
152
Unit 20
162

Unit 5
34
e Voice f Principal Parts
36
Finite Forms 2 Infinitives 3 Participles 4 Gerunds and Gerundives g The Four Conjugations
38
Three Tenses 22 Present Indicative Active First Conjugation
39
Word Order
40
Coordination Compound Sentences 25 Accusative as Direct Object 26 Dative as Indirect Object 27 Ablative of Separation
41
Prepositions as Prefixes
42
Parsing
43
Unit 6
48
Unit 7
56
Unit 8
64
Unit 9
74
Unit 10
82
Uses of the Relative Pronoun a Adjectival Clauses b Connective Relative 55 Use of the Interrogative Adjective
84
Unit 11
89
Ablative of Cause 59 Direct Quotations a No change b No change but introduced by quia or quoniam
90
Unit 12
95
Three Compound Tenses
96
All Four Conjugations 65 Uses of the Perfect Passive Participle Unit 13
103
Ablative Absolute
104
Temporal Clauses 70 Synopsis of a Verb Unit 14
105
Masculine or Feminine
111
Neuter
112
Genitive of Description
113
Unit 15
119
Partitive Genitive 82 Dative with Certain Adjectives 83 Predicate Accusative 84 Cognate Accusative
120
Unit 16
125
One Ending in the Nominative Singular 86 Present Active Participles
126
Uses of the Present Active Participle a Adjectival
127
Masculine or Feminine
128
Neuter
129
Unit 21
172
Unit 22
183
Subordinate Use of Subjunctives
184
Unit 23
194
Unit 24
203
Unit 25
213
Unit 26
222
Ablative of Comparison
235
Unit 29
254
Unit 30
263
Subject Accusative and Present Infinitive
264
Unit 31
274
Predicate Genitive 158 Conditional Relative Clauses
276
Unit 32
284
Indirect Reflexives 162 Summary of Ways to Express Purpose
285
Unit 33
293
Accusative of Extent of Time or Space 166 Ablative of Duration of Time 167 Summary of Conditional Clauses
294
Unit 34
303
Some Cardinal and Ordinal Numerals
304
Impersonal Verbs
306
Summary of Uses of the Genitive Case
307
Summary of Uses of the Dative Case
308
Unit 35
317
Ablative of Description
321
Further Readings
328
LatinEnglish Vocabulary
411
EnglishLatin Vocabulary
439
Advantage or Disadvantage 77 Apposition
447
Concessive Clauses
448
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