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CHAPTER Caes Caesar Catullus Cicero English Greek Hannibal Italy Latin Plaut Plautus Sail Stems ending Thou Verg Verres ablative accusative action active adjectives adverb called case cases change chiefly comp completed compounds consonant consul dative denarius dependent especially expressed expressions feminine final first following follows form formed forms found frequently future gender generally genitive given imperative imperfect indicative infinitive inflexions language long loved made masculine meaning metre mood names neuter nominative nouns number object occasionally omitted once ordinary participle passive past perf perfect perhaps person place pluperfect plur plural poets predicate present stem principal probably pronouns rarely ruled same second secondary sentences sestertius short simple sing singular sometimes subject subjunctive substantives suffix suffixes supine syllable take tenses thing three time turn used usually verb verbal verbs verse voice vowel word words writers written
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Page 439 - CICERO— THE SECOND PHILIPPIC ORATION. From the German of Karl Halm. Edited, with Corrections and Additions, by JOHN EB MAYOR, Professor of Latin in the University of Cambridge, and Fellow of St.
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