Xenophon's Anabasis of Cyrus: books i. ii., with a Gr. syntax, notes [&c.] by R.W. Taylor, Volume 1

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1879
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Page 1 - ... that follow are written, as far as differences of idiom will allow, on the lines of the First Memorial Syntax in the Public School Latin Primer, which it is supposed that the pupil will have learnt Some few rules, such as those on the Composite Subject, have consequently been omitted. On Agreement. 1. A Finite Verb agrees with its Subject in Number and Person. Exceptions. — (a) A Plural Subject of the neuter gender is followed by a verb in the singular; ußari êirn та в/и?, 'the mountains...
Page 68 - C'étaient les meilleurs soldats et les plus dévoués qu'eut le prétendant. Don Pèdre, qui, pendant le combat, s'était jeté au plus fort de la mêlée, s'acharna long-temps à la poursuite des fuyards. On le voyait galoper dans la plaine, monté sur un cheval noir, sa bannière armoriée de Castille devant lui, cherchant son frère partout où l'on combattait encore, et criant, échauffé par le carnage : « Où est ce bâtard, qui se dit le roi de Castille (2)?
Page 74 - Animatus his v<in>cendi primitiis miles ad vicum Macepracta pervenit, in quo semiruta murorum vestigia videbantur, qui priscis temporibus in spatia longa protenti tueri ab externis incursibus Assyriam dicebantur.
Page 74 - Habba) gesucht werden-), hinc pars fluminis scinditur largis aquarum agminibus ducens ad tractus Babylonios interiores usui agris futura et civitatibus circumjectis, alia Naarmalcha nomine, quod fluvius regum interpretatur, Ctesiphonta praetermeat, cujus in exordio turris in modum Phari celsior surgit.

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