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" VERBS of teaching govern two accusatives, one of the person, another of the thing ; as, Magister Johannem ' Latinam docuit the master taught John Latin." \ Thus far the Latin rudiments. When the master seeks to apply the principle in real life, he... "
Class-room Method and Management - Page 11
by George Herbert Betts - 1917 - 386 pages
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Elementary help-notes on Latin parts of speech and sentences

William Thornton Bullock - Latin language - 1885 - 46 pages
...incomplete until we add legatum, the lieutenant, or some such word. (a) Verbs of asking and teaching take two accusatives, one of the person, another of the thing, as Magister puerum literas docet. The master teaches the boy letters. Caium sententiam rogavi. I asked Caius for...
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The Herbartian Psychology Applied to Education: Being a Series of Essays ...

John Adams - Educational psychology - 1898 - 284 pages
...are. As for the Grace-of-God teachers, they are beyond* hope. CHAPTER II RBVIEW OF PSYCHOLOGIES -- ^" VERBS of teaching govern two accusatives, one of the...person, another of the thing ; as, Magister Johannem ' Latinam docuit the master taught John Latin." \ Thus far the Latin rudiments. When the master...
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The Herbartian Psychology Applied to Education: Being a Series of Essays ...

John Adams - Educational psychology - 1898 - 284 pages
...they are. As for the Grace-of-God teachers, they are beyond hope. CHAPTER II REVIEW OF PSYCHOLOGIES / "VERBS of teaching govern two accusatives, one of the person, another of the thing ; as, Mayister JoJiannem Latinam docuit the master taught John Latin." Thus far the Latin rudiments....
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The Herbartian Psychology Applied to Education: Being a Series of Essays ...

John Adams - Education - 1899 - 284 pages
...they are. As for the Grace-of-God teachers, they are beyond hope. CHAPTER II REVIEW OP PSYCHOLOGIES "VERBS of teaching govern two accusatives, one of the person, another of the thing ; as, Magister Jbhannem Latinam docuit the master taught John Latin." Thus far the Latin rudiments. When the master...
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The Journal of Education, Volume 20; Volume 30

Education - 1898
...unmistakable power which Mr. Adams has in making a pointed exposition of his subject : " Ve.bs of teaching govern two accusatives, one of the person, another of the thing ; as magislcr yohannein Laiinam docuit the master taught John Latin." Thus far the Latin rudiments....
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