Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges: Founded on Comparative Grammar

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Page 399 - HIGH on a throne of royal state, which far Outshone the wealth of Ormus and of Ind, Or where the gorgeous East with richest hand Showers on her kings barbaric pearl and gold...
Page 181 - QUI fit, Maecenas, ut nemo quam sibi sortem Seu ratio dederit seu fors objecerit ilia Contentus vivat, laudet diversa sequentes ? " O fortunati mercatores !" gravis annis Miles ait multo jam fractus membra labore.
Page 55 - There are three degrees of comparison ; the positive, the comparative, and the superlative.
Page 11 - THE ESSENTIALS OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR Parts of Speech A noun is the name of a person, place, thing, or idea: teacher city desk democracy Pronouns substitute for nouns: he they ours those An adjective describes a noun: warm quick tall blue A verb expresses action or state of being: yell interpret...
Page 412 - Dwells in the well-tilled lowland a dark-haired ^Ethiop people, Skilful with needle and loom, and the arts of the dyer and carver, Skilful, but feeble of heart; for they know not the lords of Olympus, Lovers of men; neither broad-browed Zeus, nor Pallas Athene", Teacher of wisdom to heroes, bestower of might in the battle; Share not the cunning of Hermes, not list to the songs of Apollo. Fearing the stars of the sky, and the roll of the blue salt water...
Page 68 - Nom. qui: quae quod qui: quae quae Gen. cuius cuius cuius quo:rum qua:rum quo:rum Dat. cui cui cui quibus quibus quibus Ace. quern quam quod quo:s qua:s quae Abl. quo: qua: quo: quibus quibus quibus 1.
Page 189 - Tr. 1. 5. 47), as many troubles as stars in the sky. i. The general construction of relatives is found in clauses introduced by relative adverbs : as, ubi, quo, unde, cum, quare. Indefinite Pronouns 309. The Indefinite Pronouns are used to indicate that some person or thing is meant, without designating what one. 310. Quis, quispiam, aliquis, quidam, are particular indefinites, meaning some, a certain, any. Of these, quis, any one, is least definite, and quidam, a certain one, most definite ; aliquis...
Page 11 - A Preposition is a word which shows the relation between a noun or pronoun and some other word or words in the same sentence : as, per agros it, he goes over the fields ; e pluribus unum, one out of many.
Page 171 - Adjectives, Adjective Pronouns, and Participles agree with their nouns in Gender, Number, and Case.
Page 320 - The supine in -um is used after verbs of motion to express purpose : veni auxilium postulatum, / came to ask aid, BG 1.3i b.

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