New Latin Grammar
A model of clear precision, the book uses specific examples from primary sources to help students learn the inflections, syntax, sounds, accents, particles, and word formations of Latin. It also includes a history of the Indo-European family of languages, the stages of the development of the Latin language, and sections on prosody, the Roman calendar, Roman names and definitions, and examples of figures of syntax and rhetoric.
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Sounds of the Letters 3 Consonant Changes
First Declension 13 51
Fourth Declension 28 Pronominal Adjectives 53
Defective Nouns 30 CHAPTER II Conjugation
Adjectives of the Third Declen Second Conjugation
Comparison of Adjectives 40 Fourth Conjugation
CHAPTER Will Hints
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Ablative Accusative Active Adjectives Adverbs Caesar Cicero Clauses Conjugation Dative Declension Direct English Examples Feminine Fourth Future Perfect Genitive Gerund Gerundive Haedui Historical IMPERATIVE INDICATIVE MOOD Imperfect Indirect Infinitive Italy Latin Masculine Neuter Nominative Note Noun Nouns Object PRINCIPAL PARTS Participle Passive Perf Plup Pluperfect Plural Predicate Pres Present Pronouns Relative Result Sentences Singular Stems Subject Subjunctive Verbs Vocative Voice action advised becomes belong called case cases city compounds conditional consonant construction declined denote denoting derived different employed ending enemy especially final first followed following follows force form forms frequently gender heard introduced language long love loved meaning means names number occurs other person place poetry preposition purpose regularly rule ruled same second sense short sometimes stands subordinate suffix syllable take takes tenses they thing thou time turn type used uses usually vowel word words