A Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges

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American Book Company, 1903 - Latin language - 583 pages

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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 424 - ... 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.
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