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Latin Prose Composition: The Construction of Clauses with Illustrations from ...
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accusative and infinitive adjective aliquem aliquid Arpinum atis atus back belonging book bring Caesar case causa cause Cicero city comp complement complemental infinitive conj constructed construction consul ctum dere dicere direct do it doubt dubito ectum English Epicurus esset examples expressed facere faciendi father first form general generally gerund give good happened haud scio Helvetii Hercules impersonal indirect speech Inis issum Itum Jacobus James king know Latin make master may be made mihi negative neque nihil omnibus one's onis opinion order Orgetorix sub oris otum people person place Pompeius predicate prep pron pronoun purpose question quin quominus quum read reason Roman family name rule same See Pred see Verbs sentence sine soldiers sometimes subject subjunctive substantive surname take thing think tibi time tive turn used utrum verb Volsci wise words write
Page 201 - Each rule is followed by an example wrought out at length, and Is illustrated by a great variety of practical questions applicable to business. Melrose's Concise System of Practical Arithmetic; containing the Fundamental Rules and their Application to Mercantile Calculations; Vulgar and Decimal Fractions; Exchanges; Involution and Evolution; Progressions; Annuities, Certain and Contingent, etc.
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