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ablative ablative absolute accusative active voice adjectives adverbs atis atque atum atus sum bach clause compounds conj conjugated dative declined denoting ejus English into Latin erat facio feminine fero fire followed form their genitive fratres fu-is'-sent fuit gender genitive gerunds Grammar IMPERATIVE MOOD Imperfect impersonal verb indicative mood Inis inquit ipse isslmus Itum Josephus Latin into English loved mahe masculine mihi neuter nihil nominative nouns onis oris orum participle passive voice pater patrem Perf perfect Plup Pluperfect Plur Plural prep preposition Pres present tense pron pronouns quam qui'-bus quid quis quod quum rec'-tus relative clause Roman Romulus root rule sibi Sing Singular subjunctive SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD subst sunt superlative SUPINES tahe third thou tive translated urbs v. a. ex verb vocative volo vowel words
Page 58 - we may have loved, ye may have loved, they may have loved. would, or should have.
Page 48 - The imperative mood is that form of the verb which is used
Page 59 - we shall be loved, ye will be loved, they will be loved. Perfect . have
Page 103 - Tibi seris, tibi metis; You sow for yourself, you reap for yourself.
Page 52 - they were. Future, shall or will. \^ 2. e'-ris, thou wilt be, er'-I-tis, ye
Page 79 - to have heard. Put. au-di-tu'-rus es'-se, to be about to hear. Pres. au-dl'-ri, to be heard. Perf.
Page 174 - precatus regi discessit ab eo. Josephus autem patrem et fratres suos collocavit