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Ablative Accusative Active Aquitania Belgae Belgians Bibracte Caesar Celtae Conjugation Dative Declension Examples Exercise Future Perfect Galba Gallia Garumna Gaul Gauls Geneva Genitive Germans Gerund Hannibal Helvetians Helvetii Hibernia IMPERATIVE Imperfect Indicative Indirect Infinitive Iupiter LESSON Masc Neut Passive Perf Pluperfect Plur Pres Rhenum Rhine Rhodanus Rule Sequani Subjunctive Suevi Superlative Tense Translate into English Translate into Latin Verbs Vocabulary Voice Xerxes able adjectives advised atis atum brave bravely called camp case city clause conj conquered consul endings enemy fight first following form formed by adding forms hear heard itum lead love loved noun nouns object onis orum participle perfect stem person place plural praise prep preposition present stem pronoun province rego river ruled sailor same second send sing singular soldiers subject take taken territories thing third time town used verb waste word
Page 157 - Gallia est omnis divisa in partes tres, quarum unam incolunt Belgae, aliam Aquitani, tertiam, qui ipsorum lingua Celtae, nostra Galli appellantur.
Page 269 - ... take two accusatives, one of the person, the other of the thing, provided the latter is the accusative of a neuter pronoun or adjective.
Page 367 - blanks" save more than half the time otherwise necessary in "writing" or \in "correcting" verbs. They ensure uniformity in the class work and give the learner a clearer understanding of what he is doing. Drill Book — B.— 82 pp. Itmo, Cloth, 6Oc. Mine. Beck's French Verb Form. By means of this "drill.
Page 42 - Perfect fuero, / shall have been fuerimus, we shall have been fueris, you will have been fueritis, you will have been fuerit, he will have been fuerint, they will have been...
Page 5 - He was proclaimed dictator. Phillips had been appointed secretary. 175. A noun or pronoun standing in the predicate after an intransitive or passive verb and referring to the same person or thing as the subject must, like the subject, be in the Nominative Case. Such a noun or pronoun is called a Predicate Nominative.
Page 1 - Alphabet, as usually written, is the same as the English, except that it has no w.
Page 110 - Fut. reg-ito, thou shalt rule. reg-ito, he shall rule. reg-ite, rule ye. reg-itote, ye shall rule. reg-unto, they shall rule. INFINITIVE. Pres. reg-ere, to rule. Perf, rex-isse, to have ruled. Fut. rect-urus esse, to be about to rule.
Page 283 - Ubi de eius adventu Helvetii certiores facti sunt, legatos ad eum mittunt...