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ablative absolute accus accusative adjective adverb animus auxiliary verb Balbus boni Caesar Caius Cicero compounds conjugation conquered curare dative death declension deponent verb English epistola esset etiam Exercise expressed facere fear fern fidem followed gender genitive gerund imperative IMPERATIVE MOOD imperfect infin infinitive infinitive mood Inis inquit labor Latin Lesson letter licet loved meaning mihi mood Nemo neut neuter nihil nominative Nonne noun nunquam omnes Onis oris participle passive Pater patriae perf perfect pluperf Pluperfect plur plural portas praise preposition pres present pron pronoun Puella Puer pueri quam quid quis quod quum Rect-us Romans root Rule Saguntum sentence Servus shut the gates Sing singular slave stand subj subjunctive subst substantive sunt supine tenses terminations thing third person Thou tibi trans translated urbe verb virtue Vocabulary vowel word write
Page 192 - If the substantives be of different persons, the verb plural must agree with the first person rather than the second, and with the second rather than the third ; as, Si tu et Tullia, valetis, ego et Cicero valemus, If you and TulUa are well, I and Cicero are well.
Page 160 - Plur. a-me'-mur, we may be loved, a-mem'-i-ni, ye may be loved, a-men'-tur, they may be loved. Imperfect, might, could, would, or should be. Sing. a-ma'-rer, I would be loved, am-a-re'-ris or -re, thou wouldst be loved, am-a-re'-tur, he would be loved; Plur.
Page 149 - VERB.* A verb is a word which expresses what is affirmed of things ; as, The boy reads. The sun shines. The man loves. Or, A verb is that part of speech which signifies to be, to do, or to suffer.
Page 150 - ... future ; as, amdtus, loved, or having been loved ; amandus, to be loved. Neuter verbs have usually only the participles of the active voice. Deponent verbs, both active and neuter, may have the participles of both voices. 2. Gerunds are verbal nouns, used only in the oblique cases, and expressing the action or state of the verb.
Page 160 - I shall have been loved, thou wilt have been loved, he will have been loved ; we shall have been loved, you will have been loved, they will have been loved.
Page 264 - Fabricii , eique est pollicitus, si praemium sibi proposuisset , se, ut clam venisset, sic clam in Pyrrhi castra rediturum , et eum veneno necaturum.
Page 160 - I had been loved, thou hadst been loved, he had been loved ; we had been loved, you had been loved, they had been loved. Future...
Page 287 - What words have ubus in dat. plur. ? [Arcus, acus, portus, quercus, ficus, lacus, artus, Et tribus, et partus, specus, adde veruyue pecuywe.
Page 264 - Quod adeo aegre Alexander tulit, ut eum objici ferocissimo leoni juberet. Sed quum leo impetum fecisset in eum, Lysimachus manum amiculo involutam in os leonis immersit, arreptaque lingua feram exanimavit. Quod quum nuntiatum regi esset, admiratio irae successit, carioremque eum propter constantiam tantae virtutis3 habuit.