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accusative singular adjectives adverbs aMor animal annos atum Bestla boar boys case-words chariot Cicero conj conjugation conquered cons consonantal stems consonants consul cornu currus dative decimus decl declension denoting derf destroyed e conj eisdem ejus father fear feminine formed by adding fructu fuit gender genitive Grammar Hannibal hear IMPERATIVE MOOD IMPERFECT INDICATIVE indecl indicative passive inflected Joannes John king Latin Latin language liberis magistrate Masc masculine meaning nauta Neut neuter nouns nominative singular nouns orator pater perf perfect personal terminations Plub pluperfect Plur plural Portae prep prepositions present indicative active pron pronoun prudent puellae Puer pueri pulchris punished quae quam reigned Romani Romans Section sentence Sing Sino Spolia stems end Stum sunt taken temple tenses third person Tullus Hostilius urbe urbem verb vita vowel words
Page 4 - Latin pronunciation, we get the following as the names of the letters : a, be, ce, de, e, ef, ge, ha, i, ka, el, em, en, o, pe, qu, er, os, te, u, is.
Page 56 - Athens; cunae, a cradle: some have one meaning in the singular and another in the plural — as...
Page 74 - Prepositions are placed before substantives to mark their relation to other nouns or verbs. 2. The following are the principal prepositions. (a) Prepositions with the Accusative. (b) Prepositions with the Ablative. a, ab, abs, from, by. absque without. coram in the presence of. cum with. de down from, concerning.
Page 65 - XXII duo et viginti, or viginti duo. 23. XXIII. tres et viginti, or viginti tres. 28.
Page 38 - English the case is called the objective case ; and we say that the object of a transitive verb is put in the accusative case.
Page 47 - The instrumental case is the case in which a word is put when it expresses the manner in which, or the means by which. an action is done. Thus : vir carne alitur, " the man is fed on flesh ;" more ferarum vivit, " he lives after the manner of wild beasts;" horninem scipiom ferit, "he strikes the man with a staff.