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Ablative Ablative Absolute Accusative action adjective adverb Apodosis apposition Ariovistus atque Caes Caesar Caesura Cat.M chiefly clause CO.C Comparative compounds CONDITIONAL SENTENCES Conjugation consonant Dactyl Dative Declension denote domum English erat esset etiam expressed feminine fuit Future Perfect gender Genitive Gerund and Gerundive Gerundive Imperative Imperfect Impf Indicative Infinitive intransitive verbs ipse Lael Latin Latin language masculine mihi mllia multls negative neque neuter nihil nisi Nominative Object omnSs oppidum Oratio Obliqua Participle Passive Perdiccas Perfect Subjunctive Periphrastic Pluperfect Plural predicate prepositions Pres Present pronoun prose Protasis quae quam quid Quint quln quod rare regularly Relative Relative clause Remark.—The Second Person sometimes Spondee stem Subjv substantive sunt Supine syllable Tenses tive Tusc usually verbs Verr vowel words
Page 159 - Many verbs compounded with the prepositions ad, ante, con, in, inter, ob, (post), prae, sub, and super, take the Dative, especially in moral relations.
Page 334 - Cloth, iv+ 196 pages. Price 75 cents. Key price 60 cents. Exercises for Translation into Latin Prose, by J. LEVERETT MOORE, Professor in Vassar College, and BEATRICE REYNOLDS KINKEAD. Second edition. Cloth, 80 pp. Price 50 cents. Cicero, De Officiis, Book I., by FE ROCKWOOD, Professor in Bucknell University.