A New Beginners' Latin Book

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Page 201 - PLURAL sumus, we are estis, you are sunt, they are Imperfect eramus, we were eratis, you were erant, they were Future erimus. we shall be eritis, you will be erunt, they will be Perfect...
Page 185 - CARDINAL. 1. unus, una, unum, one. 2. duo, duae, duo, two. 3. tres, tria, three, úr*c. 4. quattuor 5. quinque 6. sex 7. septem 8. octo 9. novem 10. decem 11. undecim 12. duodecim 13. tredecim 14. quattuordecim 15. quindecim 16. sedecim 17.
Page 195 - PLUPERFECT. !simua sitis suit rexissem rexissemus fessem fessemus rcxisses rexissetis rentusJ esses recti-j essetis rexisset rexissent [ esset [essent rege, rule thou. regite, rule ye. regito, thou shalt rule. regito, he shall rule. regitote, ye shall rule. regunto, they shall rule.
Page 201 - PLUPERFECT. fueramus, we had been, fueratis, you had been, fuerant, they had been. FUTURE PERFECT. fuero, / shall have been, fuerimus, we shall have been, fueris, thou wilt have been, fueritis, you will have been, fuerit, he will have been ; fuerint, they will have been.
Page 4 - S-rant, they were; dl'es, day. b. Words of more than two syllables are accented on the Penult, if that is long: as, ami-cus, friend ; if it is short or common, then on the Antepenult : as, d5-mlnus, a-lacris.
Page 190 - FUTURE. amato, thou shalt love. amator, thou shalt be loved. amato, he shall love. amator, he shall be loved. amatote, you shall love. amanto, they shall love. amantor, they shall be loved. Infinitive. PRES. amare, to love. amari, to be loved. PERF. amavisse, to have loved. amatus esse, to have been loved. FUT. amaturus esse, to be amatum iri, to be about to be about to love. loved. Participles. PRES. amans, -antis, loving.
Page 197 - FUT. capito, thou shalt take, capitor, thou shalt be taken, etc. etc. INFINITIVE. PRES. capere, to take. capi, to be taken. PERF. cepisse, to have taken. captus esse, to have been taken. FUT. capturus esse, to be captum In, to be about to be about to take.
Page 193 - FUT. moniturus esse, to be monitum iri, to be about to be about to advise. advised. PARTICIPLES. PRES. monens, -entis, advising. PRES. FUT. moniturus, -a, -um, GER.
Page 130 - The dative is used with many verbs compounded with the prepositions ad, ante, con, in, inter, ob, post, prae, pro, sub, super, and sometimes circum.
Page 190 - PRESENT. ama, love thou. amare, be thou loved. amate, love ye. amaminl, be ye loved. FUTURE. amato, thou shalt love. amator, thou shalt be loved. amato, he shall love. amator, he shall be loved. amatote, you shall love. amanto, they shall love. amantor, they shall be loved. INFINITIVE. PRES. amare, to love. amari, to be loved. PERF. amavisse, to have loved. amatus esse, to have been loved. FUT.

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