A Latin Grammar

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Lulu.com, Nov 1, 2006 - Foreign Language Study - 292 pages
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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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Contents

PART
1
PART IL
9
Dalemion C PRONOUNS
48
VerbStems
54
Adjectives of the Third Declen Second Conjugation
62
Comparison ofAdjectives 4c Feurth Conjugation
74
SerniDeponents
78
List of the Most Important Verbs
85
The Locative
152
Relative Pronouns
161
Voices
167
Moods
176
Adverbs
227
Nouns
233
PROSODY
240
SUPPLEMENTS TO THE GRAMMAR
247

P A R T I I I
106
PART V
117
The Dative
129
The Ablative
142

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Bennett is a historian and former Florida congressman.

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