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3d plural Active Voice Belgae Belgians Bibracte Caesar Celtae Chap Conjugation DEVELOPMENT EXERCISE Dative Declension Decline EXERCISES FOR PRACTICE English Future Perfect Galll Garumna Gaul Gauls Genavam Geneva Germans Helvetil Indirect LESSON List MODEL SENTENCES Observe Orgetorix PARADIGMS Passive Voice Perf Pres Review Rhodanum Santones Sequani Swiss Switzerland VOCABULARY WRITTEN WORK Write ablative accusative active and passive adjectives agreement army back bravery called carry case clause conj consul demonstrative direct object divided enemy expressed first flnes flnibus flumen followed following form formed forms frumentum genitive great imperfect infinitive lead liberated long make meanings mllia nominative noun nouns number omnibus oppida person personal endings place pluperfect prep preposition present indicative principal parts pronoun purpose relative river same second sentence sing singular stem subject subjunctive suls take tense territories things third three time totlus Galliae town towns trans translated used verbs words
Page 36 - Horum omnium fortissimi sunt Belgae, propterea quod a cultu atque humanitate provinciae longissime absunt, minimeque ad eos mercatores saepe commeant atque ea quae ad effeminandos animos pertinent important, proximique sunt Germanis, qui trans Rhenum incolunt, quibuscum continenter bellum gerunt.
Page 50 - Sequana dividit. 8 horum omnium fortissimi sunt Belgae, propterea quod a cultu atque humanitate provinciae longissime absunt, minimeque ad eos mercatores saepe...
Page 156 - Many verbs compounded with ad, ante, con, in, inter, ob, post, prae. pro, sub, super, and some with circum, admit the Dative of the indirect object (§ 370).
Page xv - THE ALPHABET 1. The Latin alphabet is the same as the English except that it has no j or w.
Page 250 - Nine adjectives of the first and second declensions have the genitive singular in -Ius (in alter usually -ius) and the dative singular in -I in all genders. These are alius, another, sOlus, only, totus, whole, ullus, any, nullus, no, unus, one, alter, the other, liter, which (of two), neuter, neither.
Page 316 - Two editions will be issued : one containing the whole of the seven books ; the other the first four only, omitting text and notes of Books V, VI, and VII, leaving the introduction and vocabulary the same. The vocabulary is brief and compact, omitting such scientific...
Page 315 - It is planned to carry out fully the spirit of the resolutions on the subject adopted by the National Educational Association on recommendation of the American Philological Association. The author has taught Latin in both the Western high school and the Eastern academy, as well as in the college. During his whole career, his relations with secondary school work, particularly with the formulation of the program of Latin studies recently adopted by the National Educational Association, have been most...
Page 316 - ... containing the whole of the seven books ; the other the first four only, omitting text and notes of Books V, VI, and VII, leaving the introduction and vocabulary the same. The vocabulary is brief and compact, omitting such scientific matter as would be beyond the high-school pupil. The text is fully illustrated, notably in regard to the account of Caesar's army, its organization, tactics, military engineering, etc. The notes to Books I and II are full, with many grammar references; the notes...