A Latin Grammar
A reprint of Charles E. Bennett's popular Latin reference grammar. Although first published in the late 1800's, Bennett's grammar is felt to be one of the best for high school and undergraduate students, as well as for the self-learner. This is a facsimile of the revised edition that first appeared in 1908.
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Adjectives of the Third Declen Second Conjugation
Comparison ofAdjectives 4c Feurth Conjugation
List of the Most Important Verbs
SUPPLEMENTS TO THE GRAMMAR
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Ablative Adjectives Adverbs advised Anapaest Apodosis Appositive aunt Caesar caesura chieﬂy Clauses introduced compounds conditional sentences conﬁned Conjugation Conjunctions consonant construction Dactylic Dative denote Direct Discourse ease employed ending English especially essem expressions Feminine ﬁnal ﬁnd ﬁrst frequently Future Perfect gender Genitive Gerundive haec historical tense Imperative indeﬁnite INDICATIVE MOOD Indirect Questions Inﬁnitive inﬂection Jussive Latin loved main clause Masculine mihi modiﬁed modo neque Neuter nihil Nominative Nouns Object occurs oppidum Participle pater Perf Perfect Indicative person phrases picem Pluperfect Plural poetry preposition Pres Present principal tense Pronouns Protasis quae quam quia quid quin quod réctus Reﬂexive regularly relative clause Roman ruled Singular sometimes spondee stands Subject Accusative Subjunctivc Subjunctive subordinate clause Substantive Clauses sufﬁx Supine thing tive urbe urbem usually verse vérum Vocative vowel words
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