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ablative action adjectives adverb advised anapaestic Apodosis atque Caes Caesar castra catalectic Cato Cicero common commonly compounds consonant stems consul dative declined as follows denote deponents diaeresis ending erat esset expressed feminine following verbs fuit future perfect gender genitive genitive plural gerundive Greek haec heard imperative IMPERATIVE MOOD imperfect INDICATIVE MOOD infinitive Livy locative Lucr main sentence Masc masculine names neque Neut neuter nihil nisi noun occurs old Latin once passive perfect participle perfect stem perfect subjunctive Perfect Tense person Plautus Plin pluperfect Pluperfect Tense poetry praised predicate preposition Pres present stem pronoun protasis quae quam quid quidem quin quis quod rarely root ruled Sallust singular sometimes SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD substantive suffix sunt syllable Tacitus Terence thing thou tive usually verbs in ere verse vowel words
Page 305 - A Relative pronoun agrees with its Antecedent in gender and number, but its case depends on the construction of the clause in which it stands (§ 198).
Page 186 - Obs. 1. — When the antecedents are of different persons, the first person is preferred to the second, and the second to the third ; as, "John, and thou, and I, are attached to our country.
Page 113 - PERFECT. 1. fuerim, / may have been. fueris, thou mayst have been. fuerit, he may have been. fuerimus, we may have been. fueritis, you may have been. fuerint, they may have been.
Page 112 - They will be fu-ero 7 shall have been fu-eris Thou wilt have been fu-erit He will have been fu-erimus We shall have been fu-eritis You will have been fu-erint They will have been...
Page 426 - ... when the subject of the infinitive is different from that of the main verb.
Page 366 - ... calidae citius decedunt corpore febres, textilibus si in picturis ostroque rubenti iacteris, quam si in plebeia veste cubandum est.
Page 592 - The editor in preparing the book has received the cooperation and active assistance of the most eminent American and foreign scholars. SMITH'S DICTIONARY OF GREEK AND ROMAN ANTIQUITIES Edited by WILLIAM SMITH, Ph. D.
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