'Bradley's Arnold: Latin prose composition

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Longmans, 1938 - Foreign Language Study - 443 pages
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This frequently reprinted volume is the 'sine qua non' for all who would attempt to write faultless classical Latin Prose. It is far more detailed in explaining syntactical nuances, in its exemplificatioon and in the range of its exercise. Bradley's Arnold remains as essential source

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How to translate Can Could May Might Shall Mutt etc
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XXVL Apposition
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XXXm XXXV The Ablative 151 166 169
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