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CHAPTER PAGE I Introduction
Language Relationship and Be havior
The Greek Language
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adjectives adverb alphabet Anglo Anglo-Saxon language antepenult became borrowed Caesar Celtic century cicatrix classical origin classical words comes from Latin compounds conjugation consonant Cumaean Cumaean alphabet Decl declension denote derived developed dialect Dictionary Dionysius Thrax England English language English words Etymological example Felidae feminine French genitive gerundives gives grammar Greek influence Greek plural Greek prefixes Greek suffix Greek words insep Ionic Italian Italy late Latin Latin accent Latin alphabet Latin and Greek Latin ending Latin forms Latin language Latin or Greek Latin origin Latin plural Latin prefix Latin suffixes Latin words letters lish masculine meaning native English neuter Norman Conquest nouns Oscan participle percent of classical prep preposition pronouns Punic Roman Rome Saxon Shakespeare shortened shows sical singular sound speech stems substantive suffixes syntax taken from Latin technical Teutonic thing tion to-day unchanged uncial verbs vocabulary vowel words in English writing