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" Anabasis, having the same words and constructions, and are designed by frequent repetition to make the learner familiar with the language of Xenophon. Accordingly, the chapters and sections in both are made to correspond. No exercises can be more improving... "
Second Latin Book: Comprising a Historical Latin Reader, with Notes and ... - Page 369
by Albert Harkness - 1861 - 362 pages
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The Roman Question

Edmond About - Popes - 1859 - 219 pages
...and are designed by frequent repetition to make the learner familiar with the language of Xenophon. Accordingly, the chapters and sections in both are...constructions employed by one of the purest of Greek writers, and imbuing him with the spirit of one of the greatest historians of all antiquity. Bojesen's...
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The Roman Question

Edmond About - Popes - 1859 - 219 pages
...and are designed by frequent repetition to make the learner familiar with the language of Xenophon. Accordingly, the chapters and sections in both are...improving than those in this volume ; obliging the 6tudo»t as they do, by analysis and synthesis, to master the constructions employed by one of the...
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The eighteen Christian centuries

James White - History, Modern - 1860 - 538 pages
...and are designed by frequent repetition to make the learner familiar with the langnage of Xenophen. Accordingly, the chapters and sections in both are...correspond. No exercises can be more improving than these in this volume ; obliging the student as they do, by analysis and synthesis, to master the constructions...
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Apology and Crito

Plato - 1861
...and are designed by frequent repetition to make the learner familiar with the language of Xenophon. Accordingly, the chapters and sections in both are...constructions employed by one of the purest of Greek writer», tad Imbulnf him with the spirit of one of th« »reitest historians of all ¡mtlgnlty. Caesar's Commentaries...
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Ollendorff's New Method of Learning to Read, Write, and Speak the Spanish ...

Heinrich Gottfried Ollendorff - 1861
...and are designed by frequent repetition te make the learner familiar with the language of Xenophon. Accordingly, the chapters and sections in both are made to correspond. No exercises can be more improv Ing than those in this volume ; obliging the student as they do, by analysts and eyn thesis,...
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A Greek Grammar for Schools and Colleges

James Hadley - Greek language - 1861 - 366 pages
...Accordingly, the chapters and sections In both aro made to correspond. No exercises can be more tmproT. Inz than those In this volume ; obliging the student as they do, by analysis and synthosi«, to master the constructions employed by one of the purest of Greek writ»™, utd Imbuing...
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Arnold's First Latin book: remodelled & rewritten & adapted to the ...

Albert Harkness - Latin language - 1862 - 302 pages
...and are designed by frequent repetition to make the learner familiar with the language of Xenophon. Accordingly, the chapters and sections in both are made to correspond. No exercises can bo more irnprovIng than those in this volume ; obliging the student as they do, by analysis and syn...
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A Practical Introduction to Greek Prose Composition

Thomas Kerchever Arnold - 1862
...repetition M mnko the learner familiar with the language of Xenophon. Accordingly, the chap>ors und sections in both are made to correspond. No exercises can be more improv« Ins: than those in this volume ; obliging the student as they do, by analysis and synthesis,...
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Arnolds̕ First Latin Book: Remodelled and Rewritten, and Adapted to the ...

Thomas Kerchever Arnold, Heinrich Gottfried Ollendorff - Latin language - 1863 - 302 pages
...repetition M make the learner familiar with the language of Xenophon. Accordingly, the cbaptsrs and suctions in both are made to correspond. No exercises can be...; obliging the student as they do, by analysis and gynthesis, to master the constructions employed by one of the purest of Greek write** ttd imbuing him...
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Arnold's First Latin Book: Remodelled and Rewritten, and Adapted to the ...

Thomas Kerchever Arnold - Latin language - 1864 - 302 pages
...and are designed by frequent repetition u make the learner familiar with the language of Xenophon. Accordingly, the chapters and sections in both are...improving than those in this volume; obliging the stadent as they do, by analysis and sy* thwU, to master the constructions employed by one of the purest...
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